Healing with Food
As the expression goes, we are what we eat. It can be exciting to try all the new and different diets out there – paleo, Mediterranean, low-carb, sugar-free, and vegan. Some suggest we fill up on protein. Others want us to push away the carbs. But, let’s face it, we know that it’s a challenge most nights just to put a well-balanced meal on the table and get everyone to eat it, hopefully while sitting down together.
The various experts at Care New England can help you understand what “clean eating” means, and wade through the debate over processed versus organic foods. They can offer insight into ways to best prepare healthy foods for your family or even how to read and understand the nutrition labels on what you’re eating. We have compiled healthy and tasty recipes you can try and tips if you or someone you’re cooking for has food allergies or other dietary restrictions.
Enjoying a better relationship with food can be easy and even fun. We’re on this journey together.
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