Tag Archive: Clean Eating

Dec 18

Recap of Week #2 on the Cleanse

If you are new to this site, and interested to hear about the process of my 21 Day Standard Process Purification program, be sure to read: Prepping for My 21 Day Cleanse My recap of Week #1 on the Cleanse And now let’s jump into my thoughts on Week #2!  MEAL PLANNING: It’s great to …

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Jun 04

Summer Wellness Strategies

Summer lends itself to many social gatherings from pool parties, to BBQs to baseball games and more. With all the mingling, it’s too easy to lose sight of being our healthiest, but with a little planning, it can remain game on. 1. Forgo the “calories in = calories out” line of thinking.  Rather than tracking …

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Jan 01

Make 2014 Your Healthiest Year (With These 5 Tips)

Tis the season for us to think about personal goals and health initiatives. Before you decide where you want to go, understand where you have been by asking yourself these questions: Where would you love to be at the end of 2014? How could your life be better? How could you feel more in control of …

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Nov 26

Recipe: Paleo Infused Thanksgiving Smoothies

Nothing tastier than enjoying the flavors and produce of the season. This month I have been experimenting with some of the beloved Thanksgiving spices in my morning smoothie. Enjoy. Pumpkin Oat Protein Smoothie 1/3 cup puree pumpkin 1.5 cup raw spinach 1.5 cup chopped romaine lettuce 3 tsp cinnamon ½ teaspoon clove 1/8 tsp ginger …

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Sep 16

My Superfood Superlist

When I first start working with clients, I look at what they are eating and assess if their meals and weekly intake is balanced. From there, I recommend things to remove/add to their routine, then address the quality of the ingredients they are eating, tweak their macronutrients to best, and most quickly, reach their goals …

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Aug 27

Foods I ALWAYS Have in My Freezer

Berries (always organic) – perfect for dessert with some full fat heavy whipping cream, or smoothies, added to a green smoothie. Seafood (wild, never farmed) – tilapia, salmon, halibut. shrimp Vegetables (likely broccoli) Breakfast Meat (sausage, bacon, canadian bacon) Grassfed Beef/Bison – ideal for burgers, spaghetti (squash) sauce, meatballs, stuffed peppers, tacos, chili, etc. Frozen …

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Jun 15

Eating Right Sans Chef Skills or CEO Paycheck

Eating a balanced diet doesn’t need to be labor-intensive or costly. With proper planning, savvy shopping and smart choices, you can save your mola and feel good. Here I am highlighting some how-tos on eating healthy on a budget, catered to those looking after blood sugar control, which in a way, relates to everyone. What …

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May 09

Taco Time

Have you ever looked at the ingredient list on pre-made taco seasoning? If you have, you are aware of the unnecessary fillers such as corn starch and wheat. And these are the ingredients we can pronounce! My point being, is instead of buying a taco seasoning packet, simply use your spice rack for the Mexican dinner. This is …

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Apr 11

Springtime Chicken Salad Recipe

Tis the season of great produce. Everything is sprouting up and more and more fruits and vegetables are approaching their peak season. It’s time to put aside the slow-cooker and pull out new recipes such as this Springtime Chicken Salad. Enjoy! Ingredients: 3 chicken breast, organic, free range 1 1/2 cups celery, organic 4 mandarin oranges, diced …

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Feb 18

Enjoy Food, the Right Amount & Satisfy Your Cravings

Yes, easier said than done. Put a homemade meal in front of most people, and suggest they will not have an extra bite, let alone an extra serving – I think we can agree, that would be wishful thinking. It is clear we live in an obesogenic world – food is readily available, cheap and tasty and …

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