Ingredients with gifts

Progressive Nutrition

Some foods are naturally good gift-givers. Many seeds, nuts, legumes and whole grains are amazing sources of nutrients, antioxidants and good fats. Learn how to add them into everyday meals in innovative combinations, so every bite is tasty with intention.

  •  4 Ways to Eat Positive

    4 Ways to Eat Positive

    Learn about four simple changes you can make that will help you view food in a positive light and eat healthier meals as a result.…

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  • We Believe in Pioneering Progressive Nutrition

    We Believe in Pioneering Progressive Nutrition

    We believe that to move food forward, we must also honor the past. It's why at Kashi we respect the principles of traditional, whole food diets and turn to nature…

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  • A Chef's Insider Tips for Kitchen Economizing

    A Chef's Insider Tips for Kitchen Economizing

    Savvy restaurant chefs know that they can’t afford to compromise the quality of their food, even when tough economic times hit. My job as a chef is a balancing act. I work hard to surpass…

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  • An Olive Primer

    An Olive Primer

    Olive oil is ranked by international organizations, like the International Olive Oil Council, according to how it is produced as well as its acidity…

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  • Breakfast Ideas to Jump-Start Your Day

    Breakfast Ideas to Jump-Start Your Day

    Whole grain cereal with low-fat milk is a great breakfast option. But go ahead and get creative: Try adding fruit or yogurt to your bowl or…

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  • Carbs 101

    Carbs 101

    If you think all carbohydrates are “bad,” you need to reexamine your assumptions. All carbs, it ends up, are not created equal…

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  • Eco-Friendly Grilling

    Eco-Friendly Grilling

    Beyond a basic awareness that throwing away disposable plates and cans can be wasteful, many are unclear of the hidden ecological impacts of our summer backyard…

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  • Experiment with Nut Milk

    Experiment with Nut Milk

    Nondairy beverages made from nuts — almonds, cashews, and hazelnuts, to name a few — are a nutritious, tasty alternative to both dairy and other nondairy…

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  • Fat Facts

    Fat Facts

    Fat has gotten a bad rap—but things are beginning to change. Many people don’t know it, but fat is an essential nutrient. It is not only a significant energy source but also provides insulation for nerves…

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  • Full Steam Ahead: Three Reasons to Cook with Steam

    Full Steam Ahead: Three Reasons to Cook with Steam

    Do you want to cook an easy, wholesome meal without spending all day in the kitchen? Well, eating healthy can be fast and flavorful with the right cooking…

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  • Let’s Talk Antioxidants

    Let’s Talk Antioxidants

    We all know that pollution, cigarette smoke, pesticides, and radiation from the sun are bad for our bodies, but did you ever wonder why? It's because…

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  • Natural Nutrition in Pregnancy

    Natural Nutrition in Pregnancy

    Growing a baby is an amazing thing. Perhaps at no other time in your life will the choices you make around what to put in your mouth be more important. You’re not just eating for two, you’re building a baby.…

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  • REAL Food: Kashi Ingredient Decoder

    REAL Food: Kashi Ingredient Decoder

    Wanna keep food real? We're making it easy. Here's a handy Kashi Ingredient Decoder™ to help you figure out what's real on ingredient…

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  • Taste Puts the Fun in Food

    Taste Puts the Fun in Food

    When we experience these five basic categories of taste, our favorite foods come alive with personality…

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  • The Pleasure Principle: Sticking with a Healthy Lifestyle

    The Pleasure Principle: Sticking with a Healthy Lifestyle

    Dr. Joan Borysenko has been called The First Lady of Mind/Body Medicine. She is a Harvard trained biologist, as well as a licensed psychologist…

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  • Tickle Your Taste Buds with Texture

    Tickle Your Taste Buds with Texture

    Crispy, chewy, soft, firm, creamy, smooth and crunchy — a food’s texture adds sass to your cooking and puts a smile on your face. From crunchy carrots to…

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  • Trans Fat 101

    Trans Fat 101

    We’ve gathered some quick answers to common questions about trans fatty acids — including some tips on how to avoid them…

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