Fact. Not Fad.

9 Comments on Fact. Not Fad.

No fad diets. No bogus nutrition advice. Real information based on science. A reputable source of reliable nutrition tips from a university trained registered dietitian.

Next Level

No Comments on Next Level

The word umami is starting to become a bit like avocado toast… Try Porcini Mushroom Risotto How To Add Umami Flavor To All Your Dishes […]

What I’m Working On Right Now

No Comments on What I’m Working On Right Now

Wouldn’t it be nice to merely consult a beautifully, laminated chart, written by a registered dietitian that tells you what to cook, how to make it and even provides your shopping list for the week?!  Why haven’t I done this before?!

Recipes That Will Inspire Your Week 5 Challenge!

No Comments on Recipes That Will Inspire Your Week 5 Challenge!
Knock Your Socks Off Veggie Burger

How many of you guys have been filling half your plate with vegetables?  I wanted to share a few recipes that are brilliantly tantalizing and […]

Garlic & Soy Bok Choy

No Comments on Garlic & Soy Bok Choy

Bok choy is rich in folate, vitamins A, C and K.  It’s an excellent source of calcium and fiber. This dark green leafy vegetable is […]

The Calories, Fat, Sodium & Sugar in These Foods Are Shocking!

No Comments on The Calories, Fat, Sodium & Sugar in These Foods Are Shocking!

Some of the meals on this list for 2018 contain almost four days’ worth of the recommended fat content. Among the nation’s unhealthiest dishes is a 1-1/2-pound pretzel that contains 1,920 calories.

Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Bowl with Simple Tahini Dressing

7 Comments on Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Bowl with Simple Tahini Dressing
Roasted Veg Quinoa Bowl w/Hummus Dressing

not only are there tremendous health benefits, but going meatless even once per week plays a role in reducing livestock global emissions.  Farm animals account for 14.5% of all greenhouse admissions and 1/3 of methane emissions!

How to Vegan

1 Comment on How to Vegan
How to eat vegan heading

If you’re looking to eliminate all animal products in your diet, you have obviously done your research and are aware of the benefits as well as the challenges of going full veg.

One Skillet Soy & Sriracha Chicken with Carrots

No Comments on One Skillet Soy & Sriracha Chicken with Carrots
One Skillet Soy & Sriracha with Chicken and Carrots

Did you know that cooking in cast iron can increase the iron content of your food?  Iron requirements rise significantly during teenage years

Boursin Stuffed Mushrooms

3 Comments on Boursin Stuffed Mushrooms

mushrooms are extremely low in calories, contain vitamin D and selenium.  These edible fungi are also a good source of riboflavin. Bake these amazing cheese stuffed mushrooms in 8 minutes.

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

2 Comments on Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Versatile Homemade Freezable Meatballs

Since my son watched the movie “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”, he has been obsessed with meatballs.  The first time I took him out […]

Nature’s Cheeto Dust

2 Comments on Nature’s Cheeto Dust
Amazing Roasted & Charred Broccoli with Peanuts & Nutritional Yeast

Nutritional yeast is grown on molasses and is loaded with B vitamins!  It contains 16 different amino acids (needed for building muscle), at least 14 minerals and 17 vitamins.  Just 2 Tablespoons contains only 60 calories, a whopping 9 grams of protein and 4 grams of fiber.