How to Channel Your Stress Into Something Good for Yourself and Others By Beth Janes Posted 03-27-2020
We don’t need a groundbreaking new study to tell us that stress and anxiety levels are at all-time high right now. Given everything that’s going on — the rise of coronavirus and the drop of the stock market; the sudden shift to working and living under one roof 24/7; the loss of freedom to hug (...) Read more
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Emily Grimes Posted 03-27-2020
This rich and creamy soup is a perfect warmer-upper for the chilly nights of early spring, plus it’s loaded with immune-enhancing mushrooms, garlic, and ginger. The recipe comes by Emily Grimes, a certified personal chef and Manager of Customer Insights at Vital Plan, who purposefully chose ingredients that are easy to find — even amidst (...) Read more
Beth Janes Posted 03-13-2020
Flu season is still going strong, not to mention there are a lot of other viruses and illnesses waiting in the wings to rear their ugly heads. And although you can get sick at any time, germs tend to spread more easily in winter and fall. “Exposure to dry, indoor heat can dry out protective (...) Read more
Beth Janes Posted 03-13-2020
Grass-fed. Grass-finished. Pasture-raised. Free-range. Hormone-free. Antibiotic-free. Organic. Natural. The array of labels and terms to navigate when shopping for meat, poultry, dairy, and eggs is downright dizzying. But there’s also a reason for the label claim madness: When it comes to these categories of foods, there’s a lot more at stake than just the pesticides (...) Read more
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Stephanie Clarke, MS, RDN Posted 02-28-2020
The combination of sweet maple syrup and savory mustard are a perfect pairing in this recipe shared by registered dietitian Stephanie Clarke, MS, RDN. Plus, it’s a great source of vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. To make this salmon dish 100% friendly to Phase 1 of the Vital Plan Diet*, simply omit the lemon (...) Read more
Dr. Bill Rawls Posted 02-21-2020
At 62 years old, I’m finding it difficult to judge how old I feel. Instead of collecting symptoms over time like most people do, I’ve spent the past decade shedding them. Every year, my health has improved. That said, let me be clear: I haven’t stopped aging — the cells of my body are still (...) Read more

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