"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?
While the flexibility and convenience are major perks of working from home, you may find yourself sitting in the same spot from 8am-6pm every day, working straight through lunch, and wondering “How do I stay healthy while working from home?”