Healthy Living

5 More Top Chefs Talk Staying Healthy And Happy In 2014

Daniel Boulud, Marcus Samuelsson, others weigh in
Jan 17, 2014 10:00 am

With it being Healthy Living Week here at Food Republic we decided to reach out to some of our friends in the chef world to find out about their eating and fitness routines. We already published the responses of eight chefs, including the likes of Jamie Oliver, John Besh and Marc Murphy. Now, Daniel Boulud, Marcus Samuelsson and three others write in to tell us about their daily customs. Read on.

How Difficult Is It To Follow Macrobiotic, Paleo Diets? We Asked Gwyneth's Chef.

The raw truth behind 5 hot dietary disciplines
Jan 16, 2014 2:00 pm

Lee Gross  studied alternative health sciences at the esteemed Kushi Institute and served as the personal chef of Gwyneth Paltrow. Here, he breaks down some of today’s hottest dietary disciplines.

Little Beet's Wake Up Call Juice Recipe

A sweet green juice from a popular NYC lunch spot
Jan 16, 2014 10:30 am
Photo: Kate Burr

 No, you deserve to savor your ultra-dose of concentrated nutrients, which is why we turned to the juice folks at NYC's The Little Beet. Tropical fruit totally cancels out the spinach (unless you just love spinach juice) and juicing an avocado into the mix results in a creamy, sweet glass of something you actually want to drink. Bottoms up!

Infographic: How To Pair Wine And Vegetables

When in doubt, try sake and...California Cabs?
Jan 15, 2014 2:00 pm

A lot of people consider giving up booze for the month of January. But for a more civilized detox, you might consider going vegetarian instead. It’s a great way to recover from the excesses of the holiday season, while still enjoying a glass of wine with dinner. As for what to pair with each vegetable course? We’ve got you covered with this detailed infographic featuring just about every vegetable and varietal that matters.

Does Soy Give You Man Boobs? Chef Amanda Cohen Debunks 12 Vegetarian Myths.

Questions you were afraid to ask, answered smartly
Jan 15, 2014 11:00 am

With Healthy Living Week upon us, a week where we’re spending some time talking about fad diets and the crazy world of juicing, we wanted to send NYC chef Amanda Cohen some myths about the vegan and vegetarian diet to see what she said to say. We admit, some of these are as dumb and slightly offensive. But so are vegetarian haters. Take it away, Amanda! 

Green Is The New Gold: The Raw Facts On How Juicing Is Taking Over Our Lives

Pulverized plant matter might be here to stay
Jan 15, 2014 10:00 am

Where this green-themed gold rush may be headed is murkier than your typical kale-apple-ginger-spinach-celery-lemon blend. Is it just some passing fad? Or a revolution in the way we think and drink? Reporter Chris Shott digs in down to the dirty pulp of the matter, in this in-depth look at America's hottest food trend, exclusively from Food Republic.

Want A Reminder To Eat Your Fruits And Veggies? Here's A Design Solution.

The Fruit-Wall makes apples and tomatoes into art
Jan 14, 2014 5:00 pm

A little while back we shared an awesome fruit bowl designed to change color as its contents ripen to the point of being beyond edible. Here's a much more low-tech, yet undeniably new and aesthetically pleasing, way to keep an eye on those apples and bananas.

Want Lean, Organic, Free-Range Meat? Get It Yourself!

Steven Rinella on the health benefits of hunting
Jan 14, 2014 3:00 pm

Hunter and author Steven Rinella drops in to discuss the health benefits of hunting your own meat. As well as one of the unintended but welcome consequences. 


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