The Featured Food Photography page is a chance to browse the best images from all of the blog posts. These images are available as web-ready 1,000x 667 pixel(horizontal), 1,000×1,000 pixel(square) or 1,000×1,500 pixel(vertical) .jpg files. All photography on ThinkEatBeHealthy.com is by John W. Rivard unless otherwise noted. Canon Rebel Xsi and Canon G10 cameras and a variety of lighting equipment were used for all of the photos.
Steam them, roast them, saute them, boil them or eat them raw. Eat your veggies every day. More is better.
Southwestern Gravlox and Grass-Fed Sour Cream On Cucumber Slices Appetizer
Wild salmon is full of omega-3 fatty acids and is a great source of complete protein. Grass-fed sour cream is much more nutritious than the more common grain-fed version. See the Southwestern gravlox recipe here.
Fresh sardines are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids and calcium(if the scales and bones are eaten), are easy to prepare(fry in butter or oil or bake in an oven) and are a great alternative to canned sardines. Sardines offer a wide range of nutrients and fit into a healthy whole food diet.
Food I Grow In The Backyard Garden
It is difficult to beat the flavor and texture of vegetables and fruits eaten minutes after they are harvested. There is just not comparison to the produce in most grocery stores which may spend weeks in transit across the country or the globe before making it onto a plate. Read many more reasons to grow at least some of your own food here and here.