• The Salt/Sodium Sham

    Salt is always in the news. We hear about it and read about it all the time. And everyone has an opinion about it, although those opinions are typically not too helpful. In the end, the whole debate about what is a proper amount of dietary salt and sodium in your meal prep is at best, confusing.
  • How to Avoid the Whole30 FAIL

    The Holidays are here. That means family, friends, fun ... and food. It also means your January Whole30 is right around the corner! Elements Meals is here to help you prepare now for success in January by avoiding the biggest Whole30 FAIL.
  • Dietary Inflammatory Index and Its Importance

    Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII). We are still verifying the DII for each Elements Meal. I apologize that it’s taking me longer to get this task accomplished. Being in Italy for the last week (and for the next three days) for my eldest son’s wedding changed my focus temporarily. I ask for your patience and a bit of leniency.
  • The Benefits of “Inherent Fat" Meals

    Last week we got a closer look at our new Elements Meal, Country Herb Chicken. This week, we’re going to get a little closer to our other new Elements Meal … Coconut Mango Chicken.
  • Dietary Impacts on Breast Cancer

    October is breast cancer awareness month. Sadly, 12.4% of all U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime. Besides skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women.
  • Glutathione in foods

    May I share a baseline with you? Here it is: We compose Elements Meals for very specific reasons. I mean, we get very specific.
  • Elements Meals Glycemic Index

    First, the GI is a ranking of carbohydrate-containing food on a scale from 0 to 100 based on how dramatically those foods cause your blood sugar (glucose) levels to rise after eating.
  • The Tragic Food Waste Tale

    Waste Not, Waist-ful: I’ve been researching food waste for the last 7 months. Time to share a few facts (I’m composing a substantial research paper on this topic that will eventually hit the Elements Blog.) Buckle up.
  • Sustainable Eating Patterns

    First, the Study considered three dietary eating “patterns” because the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends them: (1) the healthy US-style; (2) the Mediterranean-style, and (3) the vegetarian style.
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