During this time of the coronavirus outbreak it is important to sustain a healthy diet to keep a positive healthy mind and a vibrant energy level. Browse these tips and resources to help with sourcing, cleaning and preparing food.
From June to November, enjoy farm fresh produce and support a local farm by signing up for a CSA program. Find a farm with a convenient pick-up location or a weekly delivery service.
Start your day right with breakfast and balanced, nutritious meals throughout the day. Healthy snacks such as nuts, fresh and dried fruits, whole grain crackers, and nut butters are preferred over high fat, high salt and sugary processed foods.
Healthy diets include a balance of fresh fruits and vegetables. Follow these simple steps of wash, chill, separate from the CDC. Cornell University offers do's and don't as well as anwsers FAQs.
When leaving home to get essentials during the coronavirus outbreak can raise questions about how to stay safe and protect others. Below are resource to help answer questions.
Many supermarkets are offering shopping hours for seniors and people living with a disabilities. When possible try to shop during the exclusive hours. Stores near you that might be participating include:
Whole Foods | One hour before opening the store to the general public. | Order online via Amazon Prime for delivery.
If you plan to stay in and wish to avoid lines here are a few grocery delivery services that will bring fresh food to your front door.
While practicing social distancing, many people are turning to meal delivery services due to their convenience and safety.