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Meat Alternative to Your Diet

Lately, there has been a lot of media coverage on the possible shortage of meats in the coming weeks. People are scrambling to stock up and make sure they have enough meat to feed their families. My suggestion to clients is to think about plant proteins as a healthy alternative. Consumption of plant proteins has been shown to [...]

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Superfood of 2020 to Boost Your Healthy Diet

These past two months have seemed a bit surreal- almost as though they were ripped from the pages of a new sci-fi novel. We have all been staying home and cooking more than ever since our favorite restaurants have been either closed for business or take-out only. With restrictions now lifting and restaurants reopening, be it with just outside seating [...]

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Food That Will Make You Feel Less Hungry In Between Meals

Do you ever have a day when you just can’t seem to keep your hunger in check? Reaching for snacks a little more than you should? When I’m working with clients, I let them know there are different reasons that people snack.Are you snacking for the right reasons? People may snack when they’re bored, tired, [...]

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Alternative Flours

Let’s be honest…we all love our foods and baked goods made from flour. I’m talking about breads, pastas, cookies, muffins and cakes, just to name a few. But lately, alternative flours have taken over the supermarket shelves and it seems there’s a flour made from everything, including almond, coconut, chickpea, freekeh and cassava. How do you decide?Here’s the scoop (pun intended):All- [...]

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Sugar Vs. Honeysuckle Powder

February is the month of chocolates, baked goodies, and roses (some of which are also chocolate). Can you say sugar overload? If you are looking to enjoy this sweet treat month, but are concerned about taking in too much sugar, you’re in luck! There are sugar alternatives that offer the sweet without the guilt. You may be wondering why a sugar [...]

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Good Food Good Mood

I was chatting with a friend who’s a therapist the other day and she told me that Seasonal Affective Disorder (or SAD) began before Halloween in the Northeast this year. SAD is a mood disorder for people who are mood stable for most of the year, however, during winter or cold-weather months, they become depressed. There are different [...]

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Foods For Eye Health

I always tell my clients, “You only get one body in this life…feed it well.” They always assume I mean from the head down. However, I truly mean eating well means eating for your whole body from head to feet. It’s commonly known that eating foods low in fat, high in fiber and those that [...]

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It's That Time Of Year Again

It’s that time of year again. New resolutions, new and healthier recipes, and a new gym membership. Your gym bag is packed and ready, your shopping list is filled with fruits and vegetables, and you are motivated to make this the year you achieve your health and fitness goals.If adding whey protein to your diet [...]

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CBD - What you need to know

The CBD trend Whether you are an athlete, a teenager or an on-the-go parent, chances are you have heard of CBD - otherwise known as Cannabidiol. CBD can be found in stores, products and in the cultural center of America. Yet with a trend so widespread as CBD it is easy to mistake product awareness with comprehension on the compound itself. [...]

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Argan Oil

I’ve been buying Argan oil for years now to keep my hair from frizzing. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been saved from those humid and rainy “bad hair days” because of its amazing properties.Imagine my surprise when I discovered that I could use it for cooking too (well, not really cooking, more like finishing) [...]

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