Blog: Food for Your Well-Being

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Help your body repair the damage caused by aging and the environment by eating antioxidants. Deeply colored fruits, vegetables, and other naturally colored foods are rich in a variety of micronutrients that act as antioxidants, so eat a rainbow to guarantee you’re getting enough. This recipe for Bulgur Pilaf with Tomato, Zucchini, & Turmeric will get you started on the colorful path to health.

by Kristen Rasmussen, MS, RD This month’s Food For Your Well Being theme is Hydrate the Healthy Way, Reach for Beverages without Added Sugar. At SAP in Palo Alto, CA, Manager Angela Hunt encouraged guests to participate in an activity to learn how much sugar is added to a variety of popular beverages. Samples of refreshing lime or lemon water were offered to show that delicious drinks can be sugar free, too! For this month’s Well Being Challenge, try to drink only beverages without added sugar or any other sweeteners, natural or artificial, for one week.  Find more information about the Well Being Challenge and healthy drink recipes on our Facebook Page!  

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By Kristen Rasmussen, MS, RD, dietitian consultant, and Terri Brownlee, MPH, RD, LDN, Bon Appétit Regional Director of Nutrition Every month, Bon Appétit Management Company’s Food for Your Well Being program offers information about a particular dietary change that our customers could make to improve their health. July’s Hydrate the Healthy Way campaign focuses on avoiding beverages with added sugar or other sweeteners. (Read more about it on our Facebook page.) We hope you’ll try out one of the recipes we’ll be posting this month for delicious drinks that will quench your thirst without expanding your waistline. Mint, Citrus, and Fruit-Spiked Water Still or sparkling water Fresh mint leaves, crushedSliced oranges, lemons, or other citrus fruitSliced strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries Ice (optional)  Stir fruit and/or herbs of choice into still or sparkling water to taste and add ice if desired. Let […]

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By Kristen Rasmussen, MS, RD, dietitian consultant, and Terri Brownlee, MPH, RD, LDN, Bon Appétit Regional Director of Nutrition Every month, Bon Appétit Management Company’s Food for Your Well Being program offers information about a particular dietary change that our customers could make to improve their health. July’s Hydrate the Healthy Way campaign focuses on avoiding beverages with added sugar or other sweeteners. (Read more about it on our Facebook page.) We hope you’ll try out one of the recipes we’ll be posting this month for delicious drinks that will quench your thirst without expanding your waistline.    

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July’s Hydrate the Healthy Way campaign focuses on avoiding beverages with added sugar or other sweeteners. Here’s a seasonal, lighter take on an Indian classic that will quench your thirst without expanding your waistline.