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salt-slashing Sunday

May 6, 2012

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Check out the new blog here I’ve been talking a lot about sodium lately – see here and here It’s probably because some of the clients I’ve been working with recently are on a low sodium diet, so I’ve been busy researching the sodium content in food (there are a lot of hidden sources!) and […]

tuna salad stuffed avocado

April 17, 2012

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Check out the new blog here  This might be one of the most colorful meals I’ve made in a while. It makes me feel so good about eating it, and even better is that it was so delicious! Tuna is a good source of omega-3 fats, high in protein, and low in fat. Vegetables are […]

eat your veggies at breakfast

April 4, 2012

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Back in January, I talked about 5 different health goals that you should strive toward doing for this year. The first one was eating more vegetables and fruit. The third was to eat breakfast, and the fifth was to get enough sleep. {Read about the other two here and here} Well, this recipe helps you […]

I love quinoa

March 30, 2012

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Quinoa {pronounce keen-wah} is one of my favorite grains! It is a whole grain, and you don’t have to go out searching for the whole wheat version – it’s already “whole wheat.” I like to buy it from the bulk bins at Whole Foods; it can get a little pricey when you buy it from […]

Gluten-Free, Egg-Free Chicken Fingers

March 8, 2012

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Chicken fingers are probably one of the most standard items on any menu. Everyone loves chicken fingers. You’re crazy not to love ’em; they’re delicious! Unfortunately, they aren’t the healthiest item on the menu or even close to healthy. Most 3-5 piece chicken fingers have 400-600 calories and over 30g fat! And that’s without the […]

celebrate Popcorn Day

January 19, 2012

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In celebration of Popcorn Day, I made popcorn {obviously}.  If you make it yourself, it literally costs 10¢… 10¢!! And that’s for almost 5 cups of popcorn! Here is the breakdown of cost: 1 tsp canola oil: 1¢ 3 tbsp un-popped popcorn: 6¢ 1 tsp heart healthy butter spread: 3¢ Total: 10¢ I can’t believe […]

slow-cooker lentil soup

October 25, 2011

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I love fall for so many reasons, and I love making soup this time of year! It’s easy to make, perfect for warming you up, and makes your house smell so good! Soup is also filling and can be healthy. I apologize because I will probably be posting a lot more soup recipes throughout the fall and […]