Posts filed under: Eating behaviors

Turmeric coffee, anyone? Golden in color and rich in nourishing compounds, turmeric is a powerful spice with a reputation for fending off inflammation in the body.  Its main antioxidant compound...
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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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I make veggie-based dips a lot and they are super easy.  These two dips literally take 60 seconds to make.  All you need is a food processor or blender and you are...
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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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