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Down to Earth to Hold Job Fair for New Kakaako Location

Photo: Down to Earth Kaka'ako Store

Down to Earth Organic & Natural will hold a job fair for its new 13,000 square foot Kakaako location on Sunday March 18th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Talk Story with the Love Life! Team

Multi-cultural Flavors at Down to Earth

Photo: Down to Earth Hot Bar

At Down to Earth we have lots of foods with multi-cultural influences:  from our hot bar, to the store, and throughout our cooking classes and events. Our hot bar has a wide variety of multi-cultural deliciousness, from manupuas, curries, fried rice, Okinawan sweet potato salads, pizzas, pastas, soups, etc.

Featured Article

Figuring Out Food Labels

Nutritional Facts Food Label

Reading food labels can help you choose wisely when food shopping ― if you know what to look for. Food labels identify the food, the amount inside the package, ingredient list, nutrition information and nutrition facts.. Standardized serving sizes enable you to make nutritional comparisons, which can help you choose more nutritious foods, determine which foods have lower calories and more dietary fiber content, maintain a healthy weight, and consume foods high in nutrients. Here's a simple step-by-step summary of the essential features.

Health Tip

Whole Foods vs Processed Foods

Healthy food selection of fruit vegetables and grains

What do you think of when I ask about whole foods? The whole foods that I am referring to are foods that are in their natural state with little or no processing and no artificial ingredients. Like many things, food falls on a spectrum. At one end you have the healthiest options such as whole foods and at the other end are highly processed foods. Let’s take a look at what types of foods fall along the spectrum and how to find balance along the way.

'Ekahi Corner

What’s the Top Food Trend for 2018?

Tasty plant-based meals created by alumni of ‘Ekahi Ornish Lifestyle MedicineOriginal Content by Carra Richling, Writer at Ornish Living Magazine. Available online at www.ornishliving.com

Pictured: Tasty plant-based meals created by alumni of ‘Ekahi Ornish Lifestyle Medicine.

Believe it or not, the top food trend for 2018 might be a plant-based diet!

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