Step into any grocery store today and you'll likely find a far greater selection of organic options than even just a decade ago. A lot of us are putting more thought into how the foods we consume affect us both physically and mentally, and that extends to what went into growing those foods. But when it comes down to it, is it really worth the extra money and sometimes effort to choose organic foods? It's worth doing your own research, but here are a few of the benefits of choosing organic foods. Wait, what counts as organic again? The easiest way to spot organic foods is looking for the USDA Certified Organic seal. These producers have to follow specific guidelines around pesticides, fertilizers,...
Between back-to-school schedules, sports and activities, and prepping for the upcoming holiday seasons, you want to be sure your whole family is staying fueled with the nutrients they need. Here are a few easy and healthy back-to-school snack ideas - perfect for kids or adults!
August 17 is National Honeybee Day, a day to celebrate the amazing work of beekeepers, beekeeping clubs, and of course, the honey bees themselves who do the important work of pollination and create the honey we use to sweeten our Ona snacks! Here are five ways to support local honey bee populations.
"Eat local and in-season." We've all heard it so many times that it's easy to forget what an impact these two things can make, both for our bodies and the planet.
Going grain-free means going a step beyond gluten-free and eliminating all grains, typically including wheat, oats, rice, and corn, and often limiting pseudo-grains like quinoa or amaranth. So if wheat is the main culprit for those with gluten intolerance, why eat a grain-free diet?