Category Archive: holiday

Nov 25

My Skinny Jeans and The Holidays

On average, can you guess how much we tend to gain this time of year? MedPage Today has the details, and while I can layout all the calculated percentages, the gist is, people gain. Above all, the time it takes to put weight on, is nothing compared to the time it takes to shake it off. …

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Dec 14

Recipe/Meal Idea: Christmas Brunch

I love cooking and my family loves it too. This year, I am in charge on brunch Christmas morning. What do I have up my sleeve? A meal that is savory, protein and nutrient-rich and satisfying. Happy Holidays! Sun Dried Tomato, Mushroom, Spinach Basil Crustless Quiche  Ingredients 12 organic eggs (pasture-raised preferred) 2 small cartons …

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Dec 05

My South Africa Travels: Part 1

I have the fortunate opportunity to travel to South Africa closing out 2012 and am truly amazed by the beauty of this country and the pureness of the food.  Thus far, I have tried a variety of new things including capaccio springbok, which is basically raw, thinly sliced game meat and while on our safari tour in Kruger National Park, we snacked on some droewors …

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Nov 28

A Few Gifts For Christmas

I adore gifts that involve health and this December I have come up with the following ideas to assist with your seasonal shopping. SERVICES Nutrition Counseling – It would be (silly) hard not to list the idea of buying a voucher for a loved one to visit with a dietitian, such as myself. Depending on their current health …

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Nov 27

Give the Gift of Health this Holiday

What could be better than getting a gift of health this holiday? Email Kelly for a voucher for a one-time coaching session for $99 valued at $129. Give the gift of feeling better and letting a loved one know you care about their well-being. All coaching sessions can be held in person or telecommunication. Kelly …

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May 28

Tying in Health When Traveling

This month was uber fun, yet, I have sat on an airplane more than I have laid in my own bed. With late dinners and early mornings I bank on my diet to pull me through these busy events. I take my hat off to anyone who is a consultant and is always on the …

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Dec 11

My 2009

I can easily say this past year has been the most growing year for me and the best classroom is one that involves traveling. I feel like I’ve come a long way in 26 years at this point in time and it’s been an adventerous road. From a career change, to my highest volume in traveling …

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Dec 03

Dear Food Diary – 3/12/11 – Christmas BBQ Party…

Today, Saturday, I am prepping for a gathering of friends to celebrate Christmas. Let’s see how I behaved at the BBQ, keeping in mind these few goals: 1. Avoid all dairy and grains 2. Drink plenty of water and do not over eat on anything 3. Avoid all dairy Breakfast: 9AM Long black I was …

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May 05

Cinco de Mayo: Tacos, Tamales and More

Many restaurants feature foods with Latin American flavor. Keep in mind that favorites like crispy taco shells, taco salads, nachos, guacamole and chips and salsa are tasty but can be high in fat. The staples — tortillas, beans and rice — are great sources of carbohydrates, while pinto and black beans supply fiber. Latin American …

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