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culinary medicine

Stop the runaway weight train

Life during the pandemic has thrown a wrench in diets and exercise regimens. Here's how to get things back on track.

Make food last for large families

A dietitian shares her top tips for bulking up meals without breaking the bank during the pandemic and beyond.

Freezer foods sure to please

A dietitian shares her tips for meals you can make ahead or prepare with a bit of thawing.

Maximize those micronutrients to battle COVID-19

Consider boosting your immune response and lowering inflammation with Vitamin C and zinc.

Stocking the pandemic pantry

Support your immune system and overall health with these 9 flavorful and nutrient-dense ingredients.

Setting the table for weight loss

A dietitian offers 7 tips for making small changes that can lead to big results.

9 tips to a gluten-free Thanksgiving

There's a whole lot of natural goodness to be had in plant-based whole foods.

Is meatless meat good for you?

The latest food craze looks, tastes and feels like real meat—but at day's end, it's still a processed food.

The plant-powered athlete

With the right diet, high-caliber athletes can enhance performance and improve recovery times. A culinary-minded doctor explains how it's done.

Patient Story

Good beans

For an excellent one-pot chili, begin by tossing together Spectrum Health Culinary Medicine and the Children’s Healing Center. It’s all deliciousness from there on out.

Patient Story

Food as medicine

Family Kitchen Rx teaches parents and kids how to cook their way to better health.

Running on empty?

Whole foods can fix that.

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