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Conquering Quarantine Weight Gain
This time last year, the world began to shut down. Gyms emptied, offices closed, and our favorite restaurants became “take out” only. Our routines turned upside down, and it became hard to keep track of the days. A population that...
Staying Motivated
  Working from home is not easy. You don’t get to see your colleagues as often, you may not be reporting to an office and you are probably sitting in front of your computer for a majority of the day....
National Nutrition Month
  March is a highly notable month in the nutrition community. It marks the beginning of National Nutrition Month. What is National Nutrition Month? The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created this annual campaign to promote nutrition information and education...
Dress in Blue Day
Did you know 1 in 24 people will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year?¹  If you were born in the 1990s or later, your risk of developing colon cancer increases 2x and for rectal cancer it’s 4x.¹  It’s estimated...
Dietitian Meal Hacks: Repurpose Your Veggies
  The N4L dietitians like to save time and healthily cut corners whenever we’re not eating our Nutrition for Longevity meals.  We recommend bulk prepping vegetables to eat on your off days – it’s a time saver, creates less pots...
Sugar Cravings and Taste Buds
Have you ever wondered about the connection between your taste buds and your brain? Well, this connection is what informs us of which foods we prefer to eat and which foods we may not particularly enjoy. More importantly, it can...
How to: Clean and Store Your Produce
Fresh produce from N4L’s Organic Produce Boxes or your local farmers market is a key ingredient to a life of longevity.  Having fresh produce around the house may seem like a simple endeavor, but proper storage and care of this produce is...
What Produce Should You Buy Organically
  Listen to our CEO, Jennifer Maynard, provide some tips on including more fruits and vegetables into your diet.  Jennifer also explores the best produce to purchase and consume organically.   
Coffee Part IV: What's brewin?
What *is* brewing? The brewing process of coffee consists of cooking the ground beans, which plays a key role in extracting the flavor and antioxidants from the coffee we consume. The brewing process combines science and technology to create the...
Dietitian Meal Hacks: Sheet Pan Dinners
What should you eat on your non-Nutrition for Longevity meal days? This is a common question our Registered Dietitians hear.  Our nutrition experts always provide great ideas, but they always circle back to one failproof option, Sheet Pan Dinners!  ...
Veganuary: The Vegan Movement Saving the World
  For the past seven years, Veganuary has encouraged people worldwide to try out a Vegan lifestyle for the month of January. It’s more than just a pledge. It’s a non-profit organization that helps individuals, companies, and anyone interested in...
Coffee Part III: More From Your Cup
What are some facts about coffee? ☕ Coffee has gained widespread popularity since it was first brewed in the 15th century. ☕ Coffee has had its ups and downs since its debut, from being banned by rulers and major religious...
10 Golden Rules for a Healthy Lifestyle
Adopting a healthy lifestyle isn’t as difficult or complex as some may portray. Stick to these 10 Nutrition for Longevity Golden Rules for a Healthy Lifestyle and you will be on your way to better health. Understanding these 10 Golden Rules...
Veganuary: The Vegan Movement Changing Lives
What is it? “Veganuary” is much easier to say if you’re from the UK, where “January” is often pronounced Jan-yoo-ree. Veganuary is a play on words, combining “vegan” with “January” to name the non-profit organization based in the UK. Its...
Coffee Part II: The Truth About Coffee
The Good the Bad and the Ugly of Coffee: There are TONS of coffee products on the market these days. From cheap ice-cold, grab n’ go, sugary Frappuccinos, to your high-end coffee bars, and everything in between.  While varying coffee...
Coffee Part I: The Most Beloved Drink of All Time
Documented history of the widespread use of coffee dates back to the 15th century, but there are also legendary stories dating back to as early as the 9th century in Ethiopia, where it originated.  As the story goes, a local...
6 Ways Nutrition for Longevity Will Save your Waistline this Winter
'Tis the season for family, friends, and well wishes. Certain staples of the holiday season can be difficult for our health goals, and our waistlines. With many people preparing to create health-based resolutions for the New Year, it is not...
Top 5 Olive Oil Beauty Tips
As outlined in our latest blog, Strike it Rich With Liquid Gold , the health benefits of olive oil are plentiful, but the nutritional aspects of olive oil are only the beginning.  Natural, organic olive oil, like Nutrition for Longevity Imported...
Strike it Rich With Liquid Gold
Olive Oil has been revered as an amazing elixir of life for thousands of years.  In the ancient world, extra virgin olive oil was called “liquid gold” by Homer. Our father of medicine, Hippocrates, promoted “Food as Medicine” and referred...
Fighting Hunger Together
World Kindness Day is one of Nutrition for Longevity’s favorite global holidays because it is a day dedicated to the importance of being kind to yourself, each other, and the world. On a day devoted to celebrating the importance of...
5 Simple Ways to Enjoy N4L Produce
 The Nutrition for Longevity’s farm fresh produce boxes include 12-15 lbs. produce from our regenerative farm.  It's an incredible way to get nutrient dense, organically and sustainably grown fruits and vegetables into your kitchen.  It's particular fun for the creative...