Happy Saturday! I've got a simple Asian style recipe to share with you today: Asian Beef and Mushroom Bowl. "Bowl" style meals can help us easily create well-balanced, flavorful meals by layering portions of protein, whole grains and veggies all in one dish. Featuring grass-fed ground beef, quinoa and mushrooms this simple bowl is filled with Asian flavors from soy sauce, garlic and spicy sriracha. The dish serves about 8 portions so it's a great meal to to use as a meal pre
I've got the perfect recipe to introduce a superfood into your diet: Chia Seeds! These tiny seeds offer us numerous health benefits and when packed into a creamy, dessert-like pudding you'll begin to love this health food, too. Chia pudding has become a go-to in our household. We enjoy it as a post-workout snack or an easy make ahead breakfast. Chia pudding is simple to pull together and lends itself to many flavors and preparations. The whole idea of using chia seeds to crea
This recipe should actually be called “My husband's favorite soup.” We check in and menu plan every weekend and I always ask him what he wants to eat the following week. His most common response: Stuffed Bell Pepper Soup. I like to try to new recipes and mix up our menu from week to week, but he is more a creature of habit when it comes to meals. I could probably have the same 5-6 meals on constant rotation and he would be happy! We love this soup is because it has all of the
In honor of today, Global Pulse Day, I'm chatting about one of the hottest (and most nutritious) food trends: Pulses! First of all you might be wondering, "what's a pulse"? You are probably more familiar with pulses than you think! Pulses are a type of crop harvested for the edible dry seed. The most common pulses are dried beans, dried peas and dried lentils. So, if you eat black beans, chickpeas, kidney beans, red lentils or black eyed peas, you eat pulses. Although people
well fed adjective 1. having good meals regularly. Why is it when we think of improving our health, losing weight or changing our nutrition, we tend to view food in a negative way? Food has become something that we fear, loath, and that controls our lives. It seems like this time of year I hear the constant chatter of negative talk about food and our relationship with it. We are searching for the "right" diet, the "best" weight loss shake and eliminating all the "bad" foods.
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Welcome to the Well Fed Nutrition Blog. I'm Jessica, a dietitian nutritionist sharing recipes, kitchen tips and advice for a life well-fed.