Contributor

Eve Adamson

Eve Adamson

Eve Adamson is a freelance writer, book author, and collaborator who specializes in co-writing diet and health books with celebrities and experts. She’s also a food-obsessed co-op fangirl, CSA junkie, and aspiring locavore who has no problem following Michael Pollan’s advice to “eat food,” “mostly plants,” but still struggles with the “not too much” part. She lives in Iowa City with her equally voracious family.

Gardening with kids gives them many gifts. They learn where food really comes from. They learn how fresh food tastes.
Ten fun ways kids will love eating good, healthful food.
Getting kids to eat fruit is easy, but veggies? Mindless eating turns good when it means eating loads of fresh veggies.
What could this magical and powerful resolution be? Are you ready? It’s kind of radical, so maybe you should sit down.
Stepping into the co-op was like stepping into a whole new way of life. I got a chill down my spine. I was home.
Every Thursday, I drive to a warehouse in a shady looking industrial area next to the railroad tracks —to meet my ‘connection.’
Who’s in charge? You or the cupcake? Why you crave the bad stuff, and how the good stuff can help you conquer cravings.
The one you love, obsess over, the superstar: DIET! The one you live, know, understand: LIFESTYLE!
Eating can be complicated in my house. One son eats everything. The other is incredibly picky. And then, there’s me.
“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” The rules are so simple. Why are they so hard to follow? Eve Adamson breaks it down and offers advice on how to adopt and adapt the rules to make them work for you.