Tim Cebula

Super Bowls: Why This Healthier Food Trend is Here to Stay

By February 25, 2022

Bowls are big. And they’re everywhere. Burrito bowls, noodle bowls, and salad bowls. Grain bowls slathered with spreads, topped with beans, sprinkled with veggies, and splashed with dressing. Smoothie bowls. If you’re looking for an inexpensive lunch or a quick weeknight dinner out, there’s a good chance you’ll head to a fast casual restaurant for a heaping bowl of your favorite fresh stuff, assembled right in front of you. Better still, it’ll be made to your exact specs: You get only the ingredients you like, in the amounts you want–the next best thing to cooking yourself.  The bowl trend…

Six Heirloom Foods That We’ve Stopped Eating, But You Should Add to Your Cart

By January 26, 2022

To live like the longest-lived people in the world, we must eat, move, and connect in ways similar to our great-great-grandparents. Blue Zones celebrates the cultural traditions of the healthiest places in the world, harnessing their ancient secrets that have since gone out of style. The traditional foods, common to regions where people live long and healthy lives, retain rich cultural history and are also better for our health and for the environment.  These foods help us retain biodiversity which is a safeguard for not only the planet but also our health. A loss of biodiversity could mean that…

5 Delicious Ways to Eat a Cup of Beans Each Day

By January 4, 2022

Beans are a foundational ingredient in the world’s blue zones, from garbanzo beans in Greek hummus to black beans in Costa Rican soup and soybean tofu in Japanese dishes. Legumes are linked to longevity, and the reasons are clear: They’re naturally low in fat, rich in both protein and complex carbohydrates for a steady energy supply, and deliver plenty of fiber that can lower blood pressure and “bad” cholesterol. Blue zones residents eat about a cup of beans a day, roughly four times as much as the rest of us. But it can be easy and seamless to boost…

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