By Yaakov Levine
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
We just returned from a road trip, and have some more fun planned for this summer as well. When we travel, our family hits the road ready to rumble. We bring a cooler stuffed with meals “ready to eat” – of course bearing no resemblance to the meals described that way in the military.
Food serves a dual purpose for us all; when we choose foods wisely, the end result is that we should enjoy what we eat and benefit nutritionally and experience optimum health. As a result of properly preparing and seasoning our food . . .