I like to keep my snacks simple. An apple sometimes. A handful of almonds other times. I get in my protein and fiber to fill me up until dinner and I’m ready to keep going! But, I’m going to let you in on a secret: I get bored of...Read More: Simple Snacking with Brami Beans
“I want to reach my health goals, but I really miss rice.” Does that sound familiar? What about bread? Pizza? Eating too much of these carb-loaded foods can throw our goals completely off track, but those cravings are real. What if I told you that you can have healthier...Read More: Buy Into that Cauliflower Craze!
Raw almonds are heralded as being one of the healthiest snacks out there. One handful of these bad boys will keep cravings at bay, fill your body with good fats and protein, and can lower the risk of weight gain. As long as you maintain proper portion control (remember:...Read More: Almonds: A Skinnier Snack
2016 is at an end, which means New Year’s Resolutions are popping up in abundance. Everywhere I go I’m hearing aspirations to eat better, lose weight, finish that novel, start that novel, and more. Okay, so I won’t be much help with the novel, but I can definitely give...Read More: Best Bets for Clean Eating in 2017
Word around the Farmer’s Market says that eating seasonally is the chic thing to do. Not only does it make it easier to eat locally grown produce, but it also makes it easier to choose produce that is fresh and delicious, as opposed to flown from overseas and processed...Read More: Be A Seasoned Professional
Seaweed, sure it’s great. It holds sushi together without a strong flavor or it is covered in sesame oil and rice vinegar in a seaweed salad. Delicious and merely an after thought when enjoying some Japanese cuisine. But, outside of the restaurants, at least in my home, seaweed doesn’t have...Read More: Seaweed, it’s not just for sushi anymore!
I love nuts and would live on them and nut butters alone (um, and chocolate) if they didn’t carry such a high calorie and fat load. But, since they do I limit myself to 1 serving a day (about 1/4 cup nuts or 2 TBSP nut butter) so I...Read More: Sprouted Nuts and Seeds
One of my favorite snacks are nuts. A handful a day may not only help to prevent heart disease but recent studies show they can also promote weight loss! The catch? Keeping your intake to just one handful (technically 1/4 cup is a serving). Simply put, grabbing too many...Read More: Nuts for Nuts
Welcome to 2011! It’s a new year, and like so many others out there, we’re sure eating healthy is on top of your “to do” list. Well to help you get there, we wanted to introduce you to our number one power food of 2011. Say hello to CHIA. ...Read More: Chi, chi, chi, CHIA!!!
I still have yet to meet a client who doesn’t love peanut butter (unless of course they’re allergic), and just about all of them are afraid to eat it because they can’t just stop at one spoonful (yes, you’re not the only one who eats it straight out of...Read More: Portion controlled peanut butter? Yes it exists!!!