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Tips for Keeping your New Year Goals

By |January 2nd, 2017|

Every year, half of all Americans make these types of resolutions – and most have made the same ones for five years in a row! Unfortunately, more than 95 percent of us have given up on our resolutions by the end of January.

What can make a difference for YOU this year? The number one tip from […]

Eat Your Way to Hormonal Balance Workshop

By |January 2nd, 2017|

 
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Eat Your Way to Hormonal Balance

By |November 18th, 2016|

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Eating Clean on a Budget

By |September 12th, 2016|

The biggest hurdle most people have to clean eating isn’t always the food.  It’s the sticker shock when you see the grand total on your grocery bill when switching from Hot Pockets to whole foods.  I’ve often heard that it difficult to afford eating healthy.  I won’t argue with you there.  Real, whole food is […]

Emotional Eating: Avoiding the Cycle Workshop

By |September 11th, 2016|

Do you ever want to rush your kids to bed so you can be alone with your bowl of ice cream?
Do social events or family gatherings make you want to overeat?
When someone hurts your feelings, do you swing through Starbucks to get your double chocolatey chip Frappuccino?
When you get stressed, do specific foods come to […]

Optimizing Your Performance Workshop

By |September 8th, 2016|

OPTIMIZE YOUR PERFORMANCE
Learn how nutrition can give you a competitive edge

Whether you are training for a marathon, triathlon, Cross Fit competition or just trying to stay fit as you age, getting the right sports nutrition is essential to fuel your body for optimal performance, energy and reduced risk of injury.
Join us for this FREE workshop […]

Super Simple Homemade Sloppy Joes

By |August 22nd, 2016|

My kids were begging me to make them the sloppy joes that they had at Grandma’s house so I was determined to find a recipe that met my clean eating standards.  Most of the sloppy joe canned items are loaded with ingredients that I don’t want my kids eating like corn syrup (2nd ingredient), natural […]

Matcha Green Tea

By |August 22nd, 2016|

I’m in love with drinking Matcha tea lately.  For various reasons, I have decided to give up coffee for a while. I have always loved great coffee, still love it, and will likely always love it.  But I think I may love Matcha green tea even more.

It’s no secret that green tea is one of […]

Take & Travel Healthy Food Ideas

By |July 7th, 2016|

Following is a list of some of my tried-and-true travel favorites. Some I pack no matter where I’m going or for how long – like chia, green packs and nuts. Others I pack depending on where I’m going, how I’m getting there, what access I’ll have to fresh markets, and how long I’ll be gone. […]

6 Top Travel Tips for Eating Healthy

By |July 6th, 2016|

This time of year, I often hear friends and clients talking excitedly about their summer travel plans; and yet, many of them tell me they are worried about gaining weight on vacation or ruining their trip with digestive issues, lack of energy, headaches, or other symptoms that are often food related.

Tip #1: Plan and prepare. […]