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Category: Food

10 Habits of Healthy Eating

As we fully enter the holiday season, it’s easy to find ourselves derailed by inconsistent schedules. Below are 10 habits of healthy eating to help you through. My advice is to pick up to three to work with for now. Trying to incorporate them all at once can be overwhelming even in the best of…
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Fresh From the Market Mushroom Soup

Too many hours working at a computer and the long commute has resulted in far more convenience foods than I want to admit. (Lots of curries over rice and sandwiches with gluten-free bread.) I’ve shared about how few vegetables are currently part of my diet in recent client conversations. Happily, Wednesday was the farmer’s market…
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Blues Buster Smoothie

The afternoon slump always gets me. Whether I have caffeine or not, I seem to regularly crave some sort of sweet treat as a pick-me-up! Happily, I found out that I could satisfy the cravings and give my body the nutrients it needs. Blueberries are chock-full of antioxidants and are low on the glycemic index. Bananas…
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What’s In Your Pantry?

Last fall, I did a Kitchen Klean-Up to prepare for the Little Black Dress challenge I ran for my clients. Living in shared housing, my one fridge shelf and the tiny space designated for my portion of the pantry was much easier to maintain! Our current household’s pantry is an astonishing sight. It was designed…
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A Quick Primer on The Sunshine Supplement

We all like to think our bodies are fine until something goes really wrong. Lately, my energy has been unreliable, I’ve been experiencing depression even though life is going well, and things just weren’t right with my body. I visited my doctor, who next sent me off for blood work. We’re still waiting for full-on allergy…
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My Schedule Definitely Doesn’t Look Like Yours

Have you ever felt like “prescribed” fitness plans are designed to help you fail? While you can logically appreciate what they’re teaching, it doesn’t quite work with your own schedule. In my case, meal prepping is my MAJOR oddball! You see, many nutrition plans espouse the benefits of going shopping for groceries on Saturday or Sunday, then spending hours…
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Clean & Lean Recipes

Really, the whole point of this post is to share with you a bunch of recipes, but I first wanted to share with you a bit about how eating whole foods helped change my life. When my ex-husband and I were overweight and struggling to lose the pounds pasta and inactivity had brought on, there was…
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Food Matters

This week has been non-stop work (and activity) after my return from Louisville! After my workshop ended Friday, I took myself for a sunset walk. There’s this gorgeous walking bridge called the Big Four Bridge which spans the Ohio River from Louisville into Jacksonville, Indiana. At only 2 miles roundtrip for the bridge portion, it was well worth braving…
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Are You A Food Opportunist?

Food and I have a special relationship. It nourishes me and makes me happy. Eating certain foods evoke nostalgic memories. A buffet or potluck is a great excuse to “try a little of everything.” A friend once described himself as a food opportunist. I couldn’t agree quickly enough. Put food in front of me, and…
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Baked Pineapple and Sweet Potato

Satisfyingly Sweet Side: Baked Pineapple and Sweet Potato

The news is getting out about the studio and I find myself even busier than anticipated! This is great, except it means that I have less time to grocery shop and prepare food. I have my ideal schedule set… Life frequently has its own opinion of my schedules. My Sunbasket delivery come on Tuesdays, farmer’s market…
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