• October 31, 2016

    How to Avoid the “All-or-Nothing” Mentality This Holiday Season

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD   The holiday season is full of opportunities for celebrating gratitude, family, love, faith and service. Food is often a big part of those celebrations, as it should be! However, it’s during the holiday season that we are tempted to adopt an “all-or-nothing” attitude toward food,...

  • August 25, 2016

    Food Label Makeover – What has Changed?

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD At the end of May, many of you may have heard the FDA announce new food labels for packaged foods. The hope is that these new labels will be more effective at helping consumers make better informed food decisions. It’s actually been my experience that...

  • August 25, 2016

    Durango’s for Healthy Eating

    By Elise Shepherd One of the strange things about being a teacher is that the new year does not begin in January. I’m willing to bet that more teachers make resolutions in the heat of August with the onset of the new school year than they do in the middle...

  • August 23, 2016

    Healthy Back-to-School Snacks

    By Chef Cameron Payne The summer is waning, and soon the kids will be back in the classroom. What’s the first thing they do when they get home? Head straight for a snack. With a little planning, you can ensure that they are fueling their bodies and minds well, not...

  • July 1, 2016

    Restaurant Journeys: Viva Chicken

    By Elise Shepherd We met on a weekday at high noon, three adventure-seeking women ready to ignore our responsibilities for an hour and to scope out just what a Peruvian rotisserie joint might be. I had heard tales of the place. Word on the street was that St. George’s Viva...

  • July 1, 2016

    Back to Basics: Good Nutrition for Kids

    By Dan Staheli With a new school year fast approaching, Summit Athletic Club wants to help all of our wonderful parents keep their kids healthy and on track. If you’re confused about what’s healthy and what’s not, we understand – there’s plenty of conflicting information out there. Although dietary fads...

  • July 1, 2016

    5 Ways to Eat Healthier this Fourth of July

    By Chef Cameron Payne With a weekend filled with beer, BBQ, & desserts, here are some healthy alternatives! This is my “Top 5” list to make this holiday a healthier one: Farmers markets: With so much local produce at your fingertips, it’s a no-brainer. Half of your plate should be...

  • July 1, 2016

    Food Insecurity

    By Emily Fonnesbeck, RD When we think of food insecurity, we often think of starving children in third world countries. We rarely think about homelessness or lack of adequate nutrition in our own community. However, current statistics show 981 homeless children in Washington County School District. These kids, along with...

  • May 1, 2016

    Downtown Farmers Market: Eating off the Vine

    By Julie Hunter, Downtown Farmers Market When it comes to better eating—and not just foods with higher nutrient value, but foods that have much greater flavor too—the hardest working supporters of that lifestyle in St. George can be found in the collection of purveyors who come together each Saturday morning...

  • May 1, 2016

    Low Calories, BIG Flavor

    By Chef Cameron Payne I’d like to kick this article off with a shout out to our parents! Here’s to our fathers—the ones who taught us how to catch and throw a baseball, and to our mothers— who do pretty much everything else. In their honor I’ll be featuring two...

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