Avoid These 4 Things and Be Healthier

#1 – Avoid Aluminum Aluminum is a highly toxic metal. Large numbers of aluminum molecules enter food that is cooked, covered by, or stored in aluminum pots, pans, cans, and foil. Teflon coatings (also toxic) do not prevent aluminum from leaching into foods. Aluminum toxicity has been linked to memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Be […]

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Zoodles: Pasta Made Smart

When you’re in a hurry to make dinner, pasta is a tempting option, especially in the summer months when fresh herbs are everywhere you look. Pesto, anyone? Unfortunately, pasta every day wouldn’t be a great idea—even whole-grain pasta still packs a plate with carbs. But what if you could have noodles that weren’t so carb-forward? […]

Make Food Fresh—Spring Clean Your Pantry!

When spring rolls around, we think about cleaning our houses from top to bottom (which I have been doing the past two days!), but what about the pantry? Jars roll into corners, bags get pushed to the back, everyone keeps ignoring the hominy…time to spring clean the pantry, too! (Got hominy? Add it to soups, […]

7 Tips to Help With Meal Planning

Stick to your meal plan – Many people make a plan but then don’t stick to it, which can lead to unnecessary headaches and stress, as well as the opportunity to not make healthy choices. Be sure to stick to your Meal Planner with the foods you have planned for the week so you are […]

5 Strategies to Keeping Cooking Simple

Stressed?  Tired?  Too busy to cook?  I know, I am too sometimes.  Here are some strategies that you can use to help you during these times so you can still make simple, delicious meals for your family. Strategy #1 – Keep frozen veggies on hand ~ Frozen vegetables can be added to many different types of […]

Tips to Making Your Recipes Healthier

If you are making any Valentine’s Day treats this week use these tips to guide you in making some of your favorite recipes healthier for you.  Simply replace some of the ingredients using the tips, ideas and resources below and then test the recipe.  Some varying of proportions may be necessary to get the desired results. […]

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Did you make a New Year’s Resolution or set health goals for 2015? Do you want to know how to choose healthy food so you can lose those unwanted pounds and BE Healthy? Do you need support with meal planning and eating healthier throughout the work week? I want to help you stick to your New […]

A New Year, A New You

Happy New Year!  Over the past few weeks I have been celebrating an amazing 2014 with my family and friends.  Now, its time to looking forward and to make it an even better year in 2015. Setting health goals is probably the number one new year’s resolution people make for themselves.  I want to support […]

2015: A Year of Great Food!

The idea of eating better often makes it onto New Year’s resolution lists, but usually in the form of calorie-counting or portion control. Goals focused on restriction and short-term thinking generally don’t work for lots of reasons, chief among them because restriction isn’t fun and doesn’t make food taste better. So how about focusing on […]