Spring Clean Your Diet!

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Spring is the ideal time to focus on the importance of good nutrition and how it impacts your health. You’re probably starting to notice fresh crops of produce popping up at your local farmers’ market–what better time to branch out and try something new?

It’s no coincidence that March is National Nutrition Month. This year’s theme is Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day, which means making smart choices about what you eat daily, in a way that works for you.

Healthy eating isn’t all green smoothies, salads, and non-dairy delights–but if you’re into that, we’ve got plenty of inspiration! Check out some of our favorite nutrition resources and healthy, delicious recipes in this special roundup.

Healthy Eating Tips and Advice

In the spirit of spring cleaning, it’s out with the old–the dated idea of a food pyramid–and in with the new, our visual guide for how to build a healthy plate. Here are some other resources to help you eat right, your way.

Want even more tips for fine-tuning your eating habits? Consider nutrition counseling.

Healthy Eating Headlines

Stuck in the produce aisle deciding between conventional and organic? One Medical Group’s Malcolm Thaler, MD reports on the food news that impacts you most.

Our Most Popular Healthy Recipes

Some recipes are perennial favorites, like our nutritionist’s Antioxidant Salad. Don’t miss these other top picks:

We wish you healthy eating and happy hunting at the farmers’ market this spring!

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