Posts filed under: Eating behaviors

Does dieting sound good to you right now?  It might be enticing to jump on the latest diet for the sake of “trying it”.  In my line of work, I hear...
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My tween age children, Grant and Samantha, can be great helpers in the kitchen.  I have to admit that sometimes there is some bribing that goes into it, but in the...
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The warm weather is here and I have such an urge to invite friends over and dine on my outdoor patio or anywhere al fresco. A simple and nourishing dish to bring...
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It’s Spring time!  With March still in full swing, I chatted with a fellow registered dietitian nutritionist/chef, a food blogger/photographer and a health coach for National Nutrition Month on how they...
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My favorite thing to do is throw veggies and beans on a sheet pan and making a quick meatless meal for dinner.  It’s super simple, healthy and typically a crowd pleaser...
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When you get the question, “What’s for dinner?”  Here’s a simple and tasty solution.  Naan bread pizza. You know naan bread, it’s all the rage now.  You can top it with anything...
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Want a quick and healthy meal?  Try tacos. We love them in our house as you can throw all sorts of veggies, beans, cheese, salsa, chicken, fish and even tofu into a tortilla...
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Looking for simple, tasty and healthy eats for your next party?  I am always looking to add fruits, veggies and whole grains to the party table (as there will be plenty...
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During this holiday season of giving, you don’t have to spend a lot of money to give thoughtful gifts.  I am all about simple do-it-yourself (DIY) foodie gifts to encourage...
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Who doesn’t love a good bowl of plant-based goodies.  I love to color my bowls with veggies, fruits, beans, herbs and spices, nuts and seeds.  It’s a healthy and hearty way...
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