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Integrated Wellness Company Launches Meal Delivery Service

VidaFit, a Central Ohio organization providing healthful resources for wellness, now offers a meal program as part of their roster of services. The system, called True Food Delivery™, includes personalized meal plans, plus a nutritional counseling session. Each meal is made from 100 percent organic, in-season ingredients; it does not contain any added salt or sugar, is sourced from local, ... Read More »

Go for the Glow

Kimberly Snyder’s Detox Diet Creates Radiant Beauty by Judith Fertig Wise food choices, carefully timed consumption and naturally effective detoxification can help us attain red-carpet shape, professes wellness and beauty expert Kimberly Snyder, bestselling author of The Beauty Detox Foods. She aims for optimum health as the basis for achieving that all-desirable outward glow. Snyder says she once struggled with ... Read More »

Juice Bar Opens in German Village

Columbus’ German Village neighborhood hosts the latest business to join the growing roster of locally-owned juice bars. Alchemy Juice Bar and Café is a collaboration brought about by professionals with diverse food backgrounds. The founders are registered dietitian Alexis Joseph, local chef Dustin Brafford, and Abed Alshahal, co-founder of The Crest Gastropub and a regional leader in the Slow Food ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Nature’s Path Market

Nature’s Path Goes “All Natural” by Susan Post (Publishers’ note – Nature’s Path Market will celebrate its one-year anniversary, with a grand re-opening celebration and name change to It’s All Natural!, on October 18) Vegan, organic, kosher, gluten-free, non-GMO and local – every product at Nature’s Path Market falls into one or more of these categories. Store owners Judy Maa ... Read More »

Summer Smoothies

Quick Steps to Healthy Vegan Drinks by Judith Fertig Smoothies offer big nutrition in a small package. Based on a vegan source of lean protein like coconut milk, yogurt, soy, chia seeds or a vegan protein powder made from dried beans or hemp, they can energize us for a full day of summer activities. Other ingredients follow the peak of ... Read More »

Fashion Feng Shui

Dressing with Conscious Intention by Gail Condrick Waking up on the morning of a big presentation to secure city funding for a new park, you’re confident that you’ve done your homework: You’ve prepared handouts, memorized key points of an environmental impact study and lined up community supporters. Opening the closet presents a different kind of challenge: What’s the most effective way ... Read More »

Business Spotlight: Raisin Rack

Stocking Natural Food Options for Over 30 Years by Felicia Brower What started as a small shop in Canton has grown to become a trusted resource for health food and information in Central Ohio. Raisin Rack, a health food market owned by Don and Paulette Caster, was created after Don’s mother was diagnosed with cancer and needed an alternative diet. ... Read More »

Dinner Engagement

Deep Conversation Accompanies Good Food The pursuit of combining good food and conversation is taking on new, more fulfilling formats. Instead of idle chit-chat or gossip over high-calorie feasts, many people are showing an appetite to fill their lives with more meaningful discussions while dining on healthy meals. The international Green Drinks phenomenon was among the first to successfully mix ... Read More »

World Peace Diet

How What We Eat Creates a More Peaceful World by Judith Fertig As Earth’s population grows to a projected 9 billion people by 2050, can our global community keep eating flesh like we’ve been doing for centuries? No, says a 2010 report by the United Nations Environment Programme, an international panel of sustainable resource management experts. Examining the food demands ... Read More »

Jubilee Peace Fest Celebrates Five Years in Loveland

Jubilee Peace Fest, a four day celebration of healthy living through diet, yoga and music, returns to the historic Grailville retreat center and organic farm October 17 to 20. New this year is an a la carte programming schedule that allows for attendees who are unable to stay for the entire festival but want to attend more than one session. ... Read More »

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