Category Archives: Nutrition

Make Ahead Green Smoothies!

Post Image

Eating our greens is something we all need to do a better job of, but it’s not always so easy! We have busy schedules and those green leafies quickly turn to brown wilties after too much time in the fridge. We start with good intentions and find ourselves grunting under our breath when we have […]

Read More

Give Your Kitchen a Fat Makeover

If a client meets with me for just one session, you can be assured that, for nearly every person, a priority on their list of recommendations will be transitioning to only healthy fats in their kitchen. In fact, I urge them to throw away the rest because of how harmful unhealthy fats can be to […]

Post Tagged with , , ,
Read More

Can Frozen Dinners Be Healthy?

In my early 20’s, when I was single, working full-time and always on the go, I admittedly used frozen dinners regularly to help me manage my budget and time. They were simple, easy, and offered me variety without going to the store, shopping and spending a ton of time in the kitchen. It seemed like […]

Read More

A Functional Approach to Treating GERD

GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, is a condition that affects 10-20% of Americans and develops when the reflux of stomach contents causes painful and troublesome symptoms and complications. It is typically characterized by a burning feeling rising from the stomach or lower chest up towards the neck (heartburn), regurgitation of stomach contents into throat, chronic […]

Post Tagged with
Read More

Where do American’s Fall Short in terms of Nutrient Intake?

Post Image

You’ve heard the old adage, “You are what you eat!”. The truth is, you might also be a product of what you don’t eat. According to the 2015 Dietary Guidelines, there are key nutrients of concern and considered to be “shortfall” nutrients for many Americans which include calcium, vitamin D, fiber and potassium. Iron is also considered […]

Post Tagged with , , ,
Read More