The struggle to find healthy ideas for meals is a big one. In fact, it's one of the most common questions I get in my private practice. The thing is, eating healthy and on the go, can be easy. Oftentimes, it just means simplifying. For years I've been making meals of combining basic ingredients in a single bowl. I've seen this called many things, and some of my favorite restaurants even have their favorite twist on this tried and true technique. Recently, I even saw a book on this very topic. The book "Whole Bowls" from yummybeet author Allison Day provides plenty of inspiration!Read More
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I've been posting a few recipes recently that I used after my Yoga Cleanse Retreat this summer. We had so much left over food that we didn't want to go to waste! Last week I posted a recipe for pickled carrots and this week is a recipe that I used to make jam out of all of the left over pears we had.Read More
Oatmeal can be a great way to start your day. It's warm and filling. It's cheap and quick. It's healthy and whole. Oatmeal, whether steel cut oats or rolled oats, is also a blank canvas upon which you can create many mini works of art.
Sometimes our routines can become, well...routine. We need some new ideas to liven up an old staple.Read More
Eating whole foods doesn't have to be complicated. Sometimes it can be the simplest thing in the world! I like choosing just one vegetable and experimenting with cooking it up with the help of a few spices and herbs. Following is a simple recipe for sweet potato fries. Enjoy!Read More
"Break - fast" is the first meal after fasting all night. Breakfast helps the body and mind to function for the rest of the day. And one of the easiest ways to boost the metabolism is to eat a healthy breakfast. Too many people skip breakfast! Plan your breakfast the night before and make sure your kitchen is clean so that when you wake up in the morning breakfast is that much easier.Read More