HuffPost's executive health editor Alana B. Elias Kornfeld and Off The Mat's Seane Corne discussed healthy eating and the importance of nourishing (and delicious) foods at The Huffington Post's Oasis. They spoke with Lyfe Kitchen's head chef John Mitchell about the day's biggest food hits and more. Check out what's cooking in the video above.

Correction: Lyfe Kitchen is not organic, as was originally stated in the above video. The video has been edited to reflect this change.

For more coverage on The Huffington Post's Oasis, click here.

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  • Lyfe Kitchen

    This good-for-you chain company was started by a former McDonald's executive. The goal of the company is to create a healthy version of fast food, and in the process, transform the state of agriculture in the United States. Not a bad vision from a guy who went from Big Macs to brussel sprouts. <a href="http://www.wired.com/business/2012/07/ff_lyfekitchens/all/" target="_hplink"><em>Wired</em> recently published an excellent article</a> on Lyfe Kitchen, suggesting it may be the "future" of food. Here's the menu at the Oasis: <strong>Breakfast:</strong> Steel Cut Oatmeal with quinoa & mixed fruit Farmer's Market Frittata with Mushrooms, Goat Cheese & Sweet Potato Hash <strong>Lunch & Dinner:</strong> Whole Grain Pilaf with sweet & zesty vegetable peperonata Turkey Meatballs with whole grain penne pasta & tomato sauce Sweet Chile Beef with nine-grain pilaf & steamed vegetables Orange Mango Chicken with Whole Grains, Kale & Broccoli Chicken Chile Verde with Corn Polenta and Black Beans Lemon-Spiced Barramundi with Market Greens, Mushrooms and Soba Noodles <strong>Snacks:</strong> Blueberry Greek Yogurt Bar Strawberry Greek Yogurt Bar <a href="http://www.wired.com/business/2012/07/ff_lyfekitchens/all/" target="_hplink">Lyfe Kitchen</a>

  • KIND Snacks

    KIND offers all natural fruit and nut bars. The company was founded in 2003 and prides itself on saying "and" instead of "or." The company states: <blockquote>We choose healthy and tasty, convenient and wholesome, economically sustainable and socially impactful.</blockquote> <a href="http://www.kindsnacks.com/our-story" target="_hplink">KIND Snacks</a>

  • POM Wonderful

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you're probably familiar with POM Wonderful, the juice that almost single-handedly changed the status of the overlooked pomegranate in the United States. Beyond pomegranate juice, the company also has a growing line of other products as well. <a href="http://www.pomwonderful.com/" target="_hplink">POM Wonderful</a>

  • Olympus Yogurt

    Everyone is talking about Greek yogurt these days -- the state of New York recently held a <a href="http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2012/08/governor-cuomo-holds-yogurt-summit.html" target="_hplink">yogurt summit</a> in honor of the beloved dairy. Olympus Yogurt offers Greek yogurt in a variety of forms, from fat-free to 10 percent fat. The 10 varieties range from plain to flavors with fruit and honey. <a href="http://www.olympusdairyusa.com/" target="_hplink">Olympus Yogurt</a>

  • Palo Root Tea

    This is a caffeine-free tea that is brewed from mamajuana, a blend of healthy roots and herbs traditionally prepared by indigenous people around the Dominican Republic. <a href="http://drinkpalo.com/" target="_hplink">Palo Root Tea</a>

  • Vita Coco Coconut Water

    Wondering what that drink Rihanna is sporting in those ads? Vita Coco has grown from being available in a handful of stores on the East Coast to now being offered in over 17,000 retail stores nationally. The company prides itself on the natural hydration aspects. <a href="http://vitacoco.com/our-products/" target="_hplink">Vita Coco</a>

  • Theo Chocolate

    Theo Chocolate is an organic, fair trade chocolate company based out of Seattle. The company's chief sales and marketing guru, Debra Music, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/02/food-informants-theo-chocolate_n_1459068.html" target="_hplink">participated in our Food Informants series</a> in May. She offers an inside look at what goes on at Theo, and how they spread their brand gospel. <a href="http://theochocolate.com/" target="_hplink">Theo Chocolate</a>

  • Justin's Nut Butters

    There's a wide world of nut butters that go way beyond peanuts. Think honey almond, chocolate hazelnut and more. The small batch nut butters are made with natural and organic ingredients. <a href="http://www.justinsnutbutter.com/" target="_hplink">Justin's Nut Butters</a>

  • Fiji Water

    Fiji Water was founded in -- you guessed it -- Fiji, in 1996. It is available in more than 40 countries worldwide. <a href="http://www.fijiwater.com/" target="_hplink">Fiji Water</a>

  • Sambazon

    Pomegranate isn't the only superfood out there -- acai has a big piece of the pie too. Sambazon offers a range of acai beverages and frozen food products. <a href="http://www.sambazon.com/" target="_hplink">Sambazon</a>

  • Balance Water

    Balance Water contains essences of Australian wildflowers but remain unflavored and have zero calories or additives. <a href="http://www.drinkbalance.com/" target="_hplink">Balance Water</a>