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Fat is not a feeling

I will never forget what one of my favorite nutritionist mentors once told me. She said, “Fat is not a feeling.” I hadn’t thought about that before, and now I share it with my clients often. People are not fat. … Continue reading

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Healthy Egg Recipe

I’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of this box. Guess what’s inside? Hint: its proof positive that the chicken comes before the egg – at least in my world. If you guessed that the box contained 7 little baby chicks, … Continue reading

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Eat Out. Eat Healthy. Lose Weight.

Prefer to listen? I must admit, I'm not one who eats out very often. I much prefer to dine on a healthy home-cooked meal. As a whole though, Americans love eating out and we do it a lot. Unfortunately, people … Continue reading

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Beef Jerky Makes a Healthy Gift for Dad (easy recipe)

Happy Father’s Day! I’ve got an awesome gift for you to celebrate the day, but first some words of wisdom from one parent to another. As dads and moms, we have such a powerful influence over our kids when it … Continue reading

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A Mindful Approach to Lasting Weight Loss

Study after study has shown that over the long haul dieting is rarely effective, doesn’t reliably improve health, and can do more harm than good.  So, what is the alternative for people who truly need and want to achieve a … Continue reading

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Flavor Infused Water

Did you know that your body is made up of about 55-60% water? Water is involved in every process in the human body! If you’re not drinking enough you may not be giving your body the fuel it needs to keep your … Continue reading

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Asparagus: a spring delicacy

Prefer to listen? Of all the vegetables that start to fill the markets in the spring, asparagus is one of my favorites. Not only is it delicious – it has many amazing health benefits. It is packed with nutrients. Asparagus … Continue reading

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Healthiest Loser 21-Day Challenge

I only dieted (I mean seriously dieted to lose weight) once in my life, and it was such a negative experience. I was starving all the time! I felt deprived and miserable and to make things worse, I lost maybe … Continue reading

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How I barely escaped my family legacy of obesity

Without a doubt, the cards were stacked against me growing up. My mother and grandmother were morbidly obese, other relatives were overweight, and our eating environment was not what I would call healthy. Meals mostly revolved around white bread with … Continue reading

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Fruit: friend or foe for those with IBS?

You probably know that fruit contains the natural sugar called fructose. But did you know that processed foods and sweetened beverages like soda often contain fructose in the form of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS)? In fact, HFCS is a huge … Continue reading

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