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Nov 01

Mealtime Shortcuts + Healthy Eating Solutions

My fingers on the keyboard, pondering how to open this topic and my mind quickly goes to a phrase: “Ain’t nobody got time for that.” Seriously, in the world of Amazon Prime, we can surely find a way to make dinner healthier, easier, and faster. Maybe we just use Amazon Prime 🙂 So let me …

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May 15

National Apple Pie Day

This past weekend wasn’t only Mother’s Day, but it was also National Apple Pie Day. On this very day, May 13th, I had the pleasure of demonstrating an allergen-friendly recipe on the local Columbus, OH 10TV News.  Allergen Friendly Apple Pie Ingredients: • 2 Wholly Wholesome 9″ Gluten Free Pie Shell • 6 medium sized …

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Jan 28

Matters of the Heart with Diabetes

“Pain nourishes courage. You can’t be brave if you’ve only had wonderful things happen to you.” -Mary Tyler Moore I cried last night (when I learned the news of MTM). Numerous times actually. Never before have I been so taken back when an icon and public name had passed. Mary Tyler Moore was and is …

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Nov 02

Hydration + Hot Yoga

I just wrapped up a call with a client and she openly shared she had only consumed 4 ounces of water yesterday by dinner time. This quickly reminded me that we often overlook the importance of hydrating, and easily knock it off the priority list. But 4 ounces, that is wild, and so little. On average, I …

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Jul 17

Diabetes Support

In 2011 I was in an accident in Melbourne, Australia where I had to be taken under for a trauma surgery to my jaw. It may sound like blasphemy, but when I was in the OR bullpen (I am sure there is a more appropriate name!), the anesthesiologist was kindly telling me what they were …

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Apr 05

Weight Loss Food Myths

If you didn’t catch my social media posts about an interview I had with Redbook Magazine, catch the details here.  9 “Healthy” Foods That Are Actually Destroying Your Weight Loss Goals Like that cup of yogurt, for starters. ​ You know that all-too-familiar feeling: The one when you desperately need a snack, so you pour a quick …

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Mar 01

Crush of the Month – Chicago Bone Broth

I had a mug of broth this AM before breakfast, and it was honestly amazing. I can easily sense the passion and patience put into the broth sourced from Chicago Bone Broth. While (I think) I am pretty decent in the kitchen, my broth hasn’t ever been anything to write home about. The flavor I …

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Jan 25

National Heart Health Month & Our Friend Diabetes

February is all about the heart. From the Hallmark holiday of Valentine’s Day to advocacy and awareness of heart health. In relation to diabetes, heart health and the former share some common ground. For worse, one complication increases the risk of the other, yet, on the positive, these health conditions provide a push to take …

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Dec 01

Crush of The Month #Instacart

Have you heard of Instacart? It’s a new go-to in my health toolbox. With road-trips and holidays away, I simply draft up some meals for the week following my return home and place an Instacart grocery delivery upon my arrival. The best thing, I think, about this convenience tactic is I always place an order …

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Sep 15

“Paleo Unveiled: The Balanced Paleo Diet.”

Last week, “Paleo Unveiled:The Balance Paleo Diet,” book was published by a company in Austin, TX called Snap Kitchen. This is a free book to download and you will also come across an interview with me along with other health experts in the field. Enjoy! More information here.     

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