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An Adventure is a community-based 28-day program that can kick-start you on a lifetime of healthier eating with a whole foods, plant based lifestyle.

Apr 14

What does Whole Food Mean?

by: Dr. Elizabeth George

What is Whole Food? Did you know that unassuming celery has anti – cancer properties along with anti-hypertensive? What got me thinking about “What is Whole?” was an article on celery, one of my childhood favorites – more on that later “The whole is greater than the sum of its… continue reading »

Mar 24

Penn National Adventure – 2017

by: Dr. Elizabeth George

Congratulations to Penn National Healthy Eating Adventure 2017 graduates. January was perfect timing for participants intent on keeping their New Years Resolution.  Participants were intent on changing their eating habits but couldn’t figure out how – or part of their brain was saying “don’t do it, I like my old habits”.  Old habits… continue reading »

Mar 10

It’s A Wrap!

by: Dr. Elizabeth George

Kids Wrapping

Our 3rd potluck in our Adventures often concludes with turning our leftovers into wraps. Wraps can add green power to your meals. Nori wraps add Iodine and Omega 3’s. It’s easy to pack wraps for lunch, trips, back packing – or serve them as fun appetizers or make a whole… continue reading »

It’s not only fun to watch the tiny sprouts appear while sprouting beans but other pluses include…it is economical to sprout and cook your own beans, beans seem to digest easier, beans are softer thus shorter cooking time and they are packed with nutrients! TRY IT, see if you have as… continue reading »

I really miss our home-grown heritage tomatoes during the cold winters in Pennsylvania. Store-bought slicer-type tomatoes are just so dull and not even worth purchasing. So here are two tips around this flavor challenge. If you have more tips, we’d love to hear from you! (1) We have found that store-bought cherry… continue reading »

May 31

A Memorial day lawn party…

by: Patti Nitterhouse

…was the perfect reason to mulch the garden beds tie clematis vines and climbing roses and look up from weeding the asparagus patch. Planning the vegan picnic menu was easy with my daughter Honors’ help. Here’s what we did: LUNCH: Premade chickpea avocado sweet potato wraps: (cut in half) served warm or… continue reading »

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Plant-Based Recipes

Eric’s Oil-Free French Fries


  • 5-6 medium russet potatoes
  • malt vinegar
  • thyme
  • rosemary


Take 5-6 medium russet potatoes (or as many as you want to make) and cut them in 1/8’s by halving them longways.
Put them in a large bowl and fill it up with tap water... continue reading »
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What Other Adventurers Are Saying...


Wilson College – Summer 2017

In just 28 days learn how you can: Lose cravings for sugar, salt and fat Awaken your taste buds Lower blood pressure and cholesterol Lose body fat Sleep better, increase your energy Help prevent and reverse diabetes Be heart-attack proof Sustain good health Join Dr. Elizabeth George and the Healthy Eating… continue reading »

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