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recipes, smoothies

Green Gingered Pear Warm Smoothie

I mustache you a question. How do you feel about a green smoothie in the winter? Me, I can't take the cold. So lately I've been making a warm smoothie and while I have to admit it sounded a little weird at first, I gotta say I like the change. And it gets me back… Continue reading Green Gingered Pear Warm Smoothie

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health coaching

The 7 Most Important Health Truth Bombs I’ve Learned

I don't have it all figured out - far from it, in fact. But these seven little truth bombs are some of my biggest lessons, observations and stuff I wish I knew a decade ago when I first started out on my own adventure into healthier living. I want to pass them along to you… Continue reading The 7 Most Important Health Truth Bombs I’ve Learned

greens for breakfast
health coaching

Three Habits That Will Instantly Upgrade Your Health

You know that feeling you get at a really good sale? Like, when you find two great tops for what you could have spent on just one? You get that high.... And it kinda makes you want to shop more (shopping math, right?). Now, what if you took that same bargain hunter mentality and applied to… Continue reading Three Habits That Will Instantly Upgrade Your Health

radish greens
dressings, recipes

Don’t Toss Those Radish Greens… Make This Nutrient-Packed Pesto Instead.

Yes, in case you're wondering, this radish greens pesto is one of those stem-to-end, use every part of the plant recipes. I love that kind of stuff, don't you? I've always hated wasting food. It drives me bananas when I have to throw something out because we just never got around to cooking it. It… Continue reading Don’t Toss Those Radish Greens… Make This Nutrient-Packed Pesto Instead.

how to make a salad that's not boring
recipes, salads

How to Make a Salad That’s Not Boring

Let me ask you something. What do you think of when you hear the word salad? Lettuce? Lots and lots of lettuce. Skinny, unhappy people chomping on lettuce. Rabbit food. Dirt... OK, we get the picture. Whether you love salads or hate em, stick with me here... at the end of this post there's a… Continue reading How to Make a Salad That’s Not Boring

recipes, salads

The Trick to Making a Delicious Kale Salad

How do you really feel about kale? If you're making a bitter face after reading that sentence, I understand. The No. 1 complaint I hear about kale is that it's soooo bitter. And you're right. Eaten completely raw the stuff is absolutely disgusting. There, I said it. But when kale is properly prepared, that bitterness mellows… Continue reading The Trick to Making a Delicious Kale Salad

mains, recipes

Coconut Chicken Curry

Since getting back last week from India… I mean Austin… I think I’ve had curry four times. Why am I confusing Austin and India, you ask? That was my little joke during our long weekend visit with friends, because every day involved something Indian. We were there primarily to see my friend Lauren perform in… Continue reading Coconut Chicken Curry

mains, recipes

Chicken with Cauliflower Mash and Broccolini

I just got home from seeing Dr. Mark Hyman speak at the Dallas Performing Arts Center. If you dont know Dr. Hyman, he is a rock star in the health and nutrition world, leading the way for functional medicine and changing the way we all think about health, disease and medicine. Check him out. One… Continue reading Chicken with Cauliflower Mash and Broccolini

mains, recipes

Simple Slaw Salad with Salmon

Meet my new favorite meal for spring. This plate has so much good stuff going on I'm not even sure where to begin. You've got your omega-3s in the salmon, and an extra anti-inflammatory boost from covering the fish in curry powder. Pair that with a slaw of raw veggies in all their glory, pure and unwilted delivering enzymes, nutrients… Continue reading Simple Slaw Salad with Salmon

mains, recipes

The Perfect Dinner for One: Sweet Potato with Kale and Avocado

This is one of my favorite simple meals that I tend to make when I'm just cooking for myself. It's super low maintenance (read: one pan) but has tons of flavor and is totally satisfying. It's just simple ingredients that are easy to cook and happen to combine quite well together. By adding extras like garlic and lemon too,… Continue reading The Perfect Dinner for One: Sweet Potato with Kale and Avocado