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Almond Psyllium Bread: My new favorite!

About 7 years ago, for health reasons, I eliminated processed wheat breads from my diet.  I wanted to avoid gluten, highly processed finely-ground flours, and other added chemicals that can sometimes be found in these products. Instead I satisfied my carbohydrate cravings by adding in beneficial vegetables and fruits to my diet.  Today I can say that I feel so much better; I have more energy, and rarely, if ever, suffer from the nagging joint pain that used to accompany the inflammation in my joints.  I am not looking to take a mid-afternoon nap either.  Nor am I having those late night cravings for something sweet. BUT EVERY NOW AND THEN I CRAVE... Read More

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A Perfect Day with Your Recommended Amount of Veggies and Fruit

Are you one of the many that are a little overwhelmed with all the fresh veggies and fruits available in the summer?  Do you find you tend to buy the same vegetable or fruit because it is familiar and easy to prepare?  Let’s take a quick look at how much we should be eating of these healthy foods each day.  I will even supply two examples of daily menus that include the recommended amount by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) AND include recipes that use seasonal vegetables and fruit, ensuring you are getting the maximum variety and nutrition in your summertime meals! Read More

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Three Bright Summer Sauces for You to Try

Lemony Mustard Green Pesto with Horseradish Carrot Top Pesto with Cashew and Mint Chimichurri with Cilantro and Mint   I love finding creative ways to “add-in” more good foods into my diet. That way I am full and satisfied and less likely to reach for tempting, but less healthy foods.    Summer sauces are a great way to pack in more nutrient dense green veggies in a fun, flavorful way!   These 3 recipes will encourage you to use some less common greens that are abundant right now.  Read More

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Got Sunscreen? Tips for Staying Healthy in the Sun

It’s that time of year again. The weather is warming up, and with it (hopefully) there will be more sunshine. Soon we will all be itching to be outside basking in its warmth. Time to get out the sunscreen, right? Well, maybe. Depends on what’s in your sunscreen brand. But sunscreen is not the only answer, so next month we will be looking at how to develop sun protection from the inside out! (That’s right, food that provides natural skin protection!) There has been a lot in the news lately about the safety of sunscreen. Read More

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What I Do When I Have a Cold

I felt it last week. That tickle at the back of my throat when I woke up in the morning. Before I knew it I had a full-blown, head-stuffing cold. The kind where you can’t smell or taste anything, and you can’t stop blowing your nose. Yep, that was me. Four or 5 years ago, I would probably popped a severe cold and flu capsule everyday and night until this passed. Now I take a different more holistic (and kind to my body) approach. And, surprise, instead of being out of commission for several days, I was feeling myself in just a day and a half. Here’s my routine for when I am feeling under the weather. Hint: a chicken soup recipe is involved. Read More

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9 Healthy Eating Strategies for the Holidays

Fend off holiday weight gain with these easy eating tricks... Read More

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Food Trends in 2014

2014 Will Soon Be Here! This year we will see continuing changes in our understanding of what constitutes "healthy eating." Take a look at this list compiled by Nutritional Concepts. Many of these are concepts that I am already talking about with my clients; some may surprise you! Not sure what I think about the 'cricket bars' though... Read More