Jon Stewart and some of your other fave celebs take the stage for a great cause, the Orchid Show begins, and Will Smith back on the big screen. Happy Weekend, NYC!
Want to jumpstart your family into a healthy diet and exercise routine? Believe it or not – start at your Local McDonald’s…
Don’t fall for fatty tailgating food traps! Former New York Giants Nutritionist Heidi Skolnik shows us how hummus can double for mayonnaise and other healthy alternatives.
Want to look and feel better in no time? Try drinking a super fruit, or pairing a tasty gluten-free cracker with healthy dips. Little changes go a long way!
Feeding your family healthier meal options can be a challenge, but not if you take the right advice.
Seasons 52 may be a chain of restaurants, but that doesn’t mean it’s like all the other chains out there. As the restaurant’s name implies, it specializes in seasonal fare so the menu changes as the seasons do. But that’s not all. While the ingredients are absolutely fresh, making the wide-ranging menu delicious, they’re also incredibly healthy. None of the dishes go over 500 calories.
While Seasons 52 may specialize in healthy, seasonal fare, don’t let this deter you from their dessert menu. The restaurant calls their desserts ‘mini indulgences,’ because while they may be decadent, they’re not packed with a ton of calories either.
The Ivy may get all the paparazzi on Robertson, but Newsroom Cafe is where you’ll see the real LA locals and low-key celebs. Although it’s based around healthy, vegetarian-friendly dishes, Newsroom Cafe serves up burgers and wine and alcohol like the best of them. With a perfect location- complete with a people-watching patio, it is packed for lunch and dinner and at night, it turns into a hot bar scene. Newsroom is known for its freshly made juices, Veggie Burger, and, of course, a large magazine rack and wifi. This is the perfect place to stop for a break from all the trendy boutique shopping.
With the holidays around the corner, it’s the perfect time to show your family & friends that you truly care about their health with organic ingredients for your holiday meal. An alternative to your neighborhood grocery chain and an excuse to go for a walk are great reasons to check out the Piedmont Park Green Market on Saturdays from 9 AM-1 PM.
Packed with flavor and not pre-packaged, the selection is locally grown produce, cheeses, floral arrangements and natural products. In addition, you can meet the farmers or merchant that grew or created the product you’re purchasing, how often do you have that opportunity?
See chef demos, enjoy live music and support local merchants at the Piedmont Park Green Market Saturdays in December.