Advice For A Healthy New Year

Yesterday, WNBC’s Today in New York aired my visit to the farmer’s market with fearless features reporter Cat Greenleaf, and I talked about how to eat healthier in the new year.

I demonstrated how to cook with color using kale, beets, and winter squash – representing green, red, and orange. Brightly colored foods (the ones that grow that way naturally) are high in vitamins and anti-oxidants. It’s good to  include lots of them in your diet, especially at this time of year when we need all the nutrients we can get. Plus, colorful foods have an inherent beauty that makes for a more appetizing meal.

Going out into the world with Cat Greenleaf is an adventure in itself. Neither freezing cold nor ornery vendors nor barking dogs stand in Cat’s way – she gets the job and the interview done no matter what, and keeps everyone laughing in the process.

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