Most people know that vegetables and fruits are healthy. But they’re often eaten as part of the diet because you “should.” Many tend to eat fruits more than vegetables, which brings up important
While getting too many carbohydrates is often a concern, most people do not consume nearly enough fiber. Fiber is the roughage that is found in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and some other foods.
We live in a fat-phobic society that fears eating dietary fat will automatically lead to weight gain. But fat is essential—the body needs fat for energy and to make hormones, repair cells, act
Saturated fat gets vilified in much of the medical community, blamed for heart disease and all kinds of ills. But vegetable oil is actually an enormous contributor to health problems. So what types
Protein is made up of amino acids—the building blocks of life. It’s needed for human health, in addition to carbohydrates and fats. Protein is talked a lot about in the diet and nutrition
There’s a lot of vilification of carbs in the modern diet world. Carbohydrates get blamed for a lot of problems: weight gain, diabetes, fat around the midsection, and even food addiction. Do you
The concept of ancestral eating has been popular in recent years, but it can often be used to mean different things. So what does “ancestral eating” actually mean and what should an ancestral
As a nonprofit nutrition organization, Price-Pottenger is here to guide you through a daily series toward optimal personal nutrition and health.
The world is chaotic and that can make it challenging to focus on your personal wellness. As winter settles in, we want you to know that there are good things to come—and spring isn’t that far away! It’s 65 days from January 15, and that’s when we’re launching Thrive in 65.
In the spirit of celebrating things that we can control, join us for the next few months as we embark on a free daily series to optimize your nutrition.
Thrive in 65 is a daily journey toward better nutrition. Every post is written by a nutritionist and backed by solid research. In each day’s short reading, you’ll learn basic nutrition concepts so that you can start improving your personal wellbeing from day 1.
But knowledge alone won’t do much to help you, so you’ll also get a super-simple action step every day to complete. Even if you feel stressed to the max, overwhelmed, or unable to focus, you can accomplish something good for your health every single day.
The series also includes a daily recipe that’s rooted in the wisdom of ancestral, traditional dietary principles. By the end of the series, you’ll have 65 new recipes to add to your cooking rotation.