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Smoothie Debate: Drink or Chew?

Smoothie Debate: Drink or Chew?

We are definitely in information overload these days.  One of the biggest complaints we hear from clients is “There is so much conflicting information out there – I don’t know what is true!”  We hear you.  We too get frustrated from all the...
Is Your Plate Full?

Is Your Plate Full?

Stephanie and I were talking the other day about how rewarding it is to see changes in our clients as they exhibit an increased awareness of not only WHAT and HOW they are eating, but also how MUCH.  For all the benefits healthy eating brings, we still find ourselves...
Do You Eat Out of Love or Fear?

Do You Eat Out of Love or Fear?

Do you ever stop to think about why you eat what you eat? Unfortunately, for all the media attention focused on delicious wholesome foods such as nuts, greens and avocados, we also see the same media reporting on the damaging effects of other types of foods.  Gluten?...
Thanksgiving Tips and Recipes

Thanksgiving Tips and Recipes

With a big feast day in our midst, we wanted to review some of our top holiday tips to keep you sane, smiling and satisfied. We are also sharing few of our favorite Thanksgiving dishes below. Enjoy! Maintain your normal eating routine. We can promise you this:...
Chained to calorie counting? There’s a better way

Chained to calorie counting? There’s a better way

Can you even imagine what it would be like to go through the day and NOT be consumed with how many calories you did or didn’t eat? The age-old mantra – calories in, calories out – has been the gold standard for EONS. But how accurate is this REALLY?...
Upgrading Your Summer BBQ

Upgrading Your Summer BBQ

Marc and I were invited to a BBQ last weekend at the home of a friend of my stepson, Kuba. Imagine my delight when we were welcomed with a beautiful spread of delicious salads (mixed greens, potato, and fruit), fresh olives and hummus, organic sausages, and a large...

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