Food & Nutrition
Cleaning Up How We Eat

Cleaning Up How We Eat

      By Jennifer Colosimo   In the last decade or so, thinking about what we're putting into our bodies has gotten a lot more on trend. We seek out whole grains and lean meats, and we avoid processed and preserved foods. We take our health seriously and know… Read more...
Man of the Hour

Man of the Hour

Chris Hadermann brings excellence to every pursuit. From his many business ventures, personal health and fitness goals to philanthropy that feeds the soul, he is the ultimate entrepreneur. By Wyndi KappesPhotography by CatMax Photography One evening out with the boys changed Chris Hadermann's life in 1996. Tired of the Buckhead… Read more...
Lunches to Love

Lunches to Love

      By Megan McCarthy     Whipping up a wholesome and delicious lunch for you and your family doesn't have to be hard or time consuming. Here, award-winning chef, healthy lifestyle consultant and cooking coach (corporate lunch and learns, private classes) Megan McCarthy shares five simple recipes that… Read more...
My Best Self: Sean Palani

My Best Self: Sean Palani

Foodie philanthropist Sean Palani talks about his social club, the Atlanta Guy's Dinner Group, and why you'll want to show up with your boys. By Annie Paschal Laughter fills the air and enticing entrées are sprawled across the table. This is a typical Monday night for Sean Palani, founder of… Read more...
Paleo Home Cooking

Paleo Home Cooking

        By Laura Janelle Downey   Peter Servold used the art of cooking to woo Sarah Menkes seven years ago. "We did a Paleo challenge together," he says. "I went to the store and got every vegetable and different proteins." From there, he'd go to Sarah's place… Read more...
Veggies, grains, nuts … oh my!

Veggies, grains, nuts … oh my!

There's so much more to good health than focusing on those nagging numbers on the scale. Maintaining a healthy weight is important but for overall well-being, good nutrition is happily more about what we're putting on our plates, not what we're taking away. More than ever nutrition research points us… Read more...
Going Back to The Farm

Going Back to The Farm

By India Powell Cultivating an appreciation for farming doesn't necessarily mean you have to love getting dirty. That's something Mary Blackmon learned early in life on her family's land. However, growing up on the family farm in Arkansas gave her a deep and lasting passion for the place and the… Read more...
Y’all, Set the Table!

Y’all, Set the Table!

For over a decade, Atlanta Food & Wine Festival (AFWF) founders Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love have built a partnership that supports charitable giving, nourishes community, celebrates Southern cuisine and, now, even plants a vineyard ... right smack in the middle of Midtown Atlanta. The two met years ago, when… Read more...
Exploring local sustainable food options

At the Farmers Market

By Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland With water shortages threatening food production in several states and a growing awareness of the potential health risks of some genetically modified food, eating local food has never been more important. Locally produced organic or sustainably farmed food lowers fossil fuel consumption and minimizes pollution… Read more...
The Sugar Shakedown

The Sugar Shakedown

By Morgan A. McLaughlin McFarland When you think of sugar in your diet, your mind probably jumps right to that slice of birthday cake you had last week or the candy that gets passed around your office. And you're right; those are definitely sources of sugar. But sugar is sneaky,… Read more...
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