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When I’m asked, “what is one thing you wish more people did that would greatly impact their health,” I typically always answer “eat more green vegetables.” If there is one thing that we can get (almost) the whole nutrition world to agree upon, it’s that increasing green vegetables in your diet is a win. They […]

8 Ways to Eat More Vegetables and *ENJOY IT*

I am notorious for bringing the one green thing in a sea of beige on the holiday table. And guess what? It’s always a hit. Don’t get me wrong, I am all about the breads and potatoes and stuffing, but I enjoy a fresh seasonable salad just the same. Plus the colors of this salad […]

Cider-Spiced Salad

I own and love all of these things. You will too. Looking for gift ideas? Building a wish list? Getting married and have no idea where to start with stocking your kitchen? This list is for you. I compiled the things I use most often that have made my kitchen an enjoyable and efficient place […]

These Are A Few of My Favorite (Kitchen) Things

These oats are at the intersection of healthy and convenient, a place that can sometimes feel like a ghost town. But truly, this is a dish that will cook breakfast for the entire week while you sleep AND is rich in fiber, omega 3 fats, and needs little sweetener. These are going to be the […]

Breakfast-All-Week Steel Cut Oats

Hippocrates once said that all disease begins in the gut. And the more I study it, the more I see how ahead of his time he truly was. While not all disease begins in the gut, a host of chronic illnesses can be traced back to beginnings in your belly. Here’s a crash course on […]

Your Gut Health Probably Needs Attention

In my last post, I caught you up to speed on the concept of epigenetics and why the food you eat gives you the keys to editing those undesirable genes. So you’re probably wondering what to do with this information, and how to practically leverage this good news? Or maybe you skipped the back story […]

What to Eat to Influence Your Genes

If I told you that in every disease, these 3 factors must be present for it to develop, which 2 would you say you have control over? Genetic predisposition Chronic systemic inflammation A triggering event If you chose 2 and 3, keep reading. You have more say in number 1 than you may have thought.  […]

Epigenetics Are Key For Disease Prevention

Just a few things have changed since the last time I was actively sharing on Within Provisions. Some exciting, some hard, some just plain unexpected. And while I know you’re dying for a play-by-play of the last two years, I’ll give you the highlights before getting to a little news of an exciting new chapter […]

What’s New For Within

I’m not quite sure how it happened, but I blinked and summer is over. The past 3 months seemingly flashed before my eyes, and next thing I knew, it had been quite some time since I had made it out to the Dallas Farmer’s Market. With traveling, getting into the rhythm of a new job […]

Lasagna Stuffed Eggplant

I work for a marketing agency. But not just any agency… one that exclusively serves fresh produce brands. We’re the most eclectic group you’ve ever met, and we all love food. All kinds, but especially fresh food. Our tagline is “we believe in the good of food that is grown,” and we’ve all chosen to […]

A Labor of Love