Alcohol inhibits nutrient absorption by harming the lining of your digestive system over time, damaging your intestines until they can’t transfer nutrients to the blood. This can have detrimental affects on the body's overall functionality. Learn what kind of dietary habits you should adopt to safeguard your sobriety.

Unlocking the Power of Better Nutrition in Recovery

Healthy eating is essential to recovery. Learn how to stick to a balanced diet without sacrificing the foods you love using these tips.

5 Ways Gardening Can Help Your Recovery

Gardening provides many benefits for people in addiction recovery. Learn how it encourages mindfulness and provides other benefits.
Mental Health

Take Care of Your Mental Health and Overcome Life's Curveballs

Being healthy is more than just physical fitness, it's about improving your mind too. Here's how to start taking care of your mental health

How to Eat Healthy in Recovery

After addiction treatment, it's important tofFigure out the recovery diet, meal plan, and strategies that will help your body and mind heal after drug or alcohol rehabilitation.

Nutrition & Addiction: Tips for Recovery

Addiction takes a tremendous toll on the body. This is how nutrition can help you recover.

Best Foods to Eat When Recovering from Addiction

Nurturing physical well-being is crucial for people recovering from addiction. Discover the role of nutrition in recovery and which foods are most recommended.

Managing a Healthy Diet and a Busy Life

If you're always on the go, maintaining a healthy diet may be the last of your worries. Find out how to prioritize recovery and your nutrition together.

Should You Really Drop Sugar from Your Diet?

Before you began your recovery, you may have used drugs or alcohol to medicate your feelings. Now that you’re sober, have you been self-medicating with sugar? And if so, is it really all that bad for you? It depends.