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Sustainability, Not Sustainable – Analogy to Thinking   Recently updated !

A push for sustainability in all areas including food, nutrition, diet, agriculture has created some new technologies. Some are worth advancing, some not so much (my opinion). I just want you to take this post and use it to think ALL areas of your life choices. This important new lifestyle has […]


A Mish-Mash of Mmmmmm

  I love this time of the year for the hearty foods that come around. Knowing that fall is coming, I decided to make and share with you, another of my ‘big pots of goodness’. This one is made up of ingredients common to the fall season, it is very […]


Calorie saving tips so easy even you can do them

Minimize Damage, Maximize Results – Calorie Saving Tips When Dining Out Look for grilled, baked, broiled or steamed avoid creamed, glazed as often as possible. Tell them you are gluten intolerant/have gluten allergies (or some other currently trendy fallacy) so you would just like salad, various veggies and some unbreaded […]


Rice is nice but the shell will help give ’em hell

Battle of the Endosperm Maybe you are not into the weird idiosyncrasies of all things food and training as the #fitfam are (ya I DID just use that hashtag :P) , but there has been a back and forth on rice for quite a while. If you think arguing about rice […]


A special spice that helps your muscles recover!

I am here to tell you about a special spice that is an anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory which means reduced swelling of muscles and joints, as well as reduced sore muscles! This wonder spice is TURMERIC! My friends at ABS Protein Pancakes have found turmeric to be a perfect addition to the […]


How to Lose Your SUPERpowers

Cheetahs (no not Cheetos) kick ass. Ok so do panthers and pretty much any other creature that can be fast, powerful and agile as ____. Humans also have some incredible capabilities if nurtured. What can quickly make a once, or a hopeful, panther-esque creature quickly lose one’s superpowers, is falling victim […]


The History of Diets

How does that saying go, “if we don’t know our history, we are condemned to repeat it”? Well even if that isn’t how it goes, it is important to know some history and historical faux pas, so to speak. While this most certainly is not an exhaustive list, I wanted […]


Parsnip Cauliflower Crust Cake

Since gratin originally referred to the tasty crust left behind in the pan after baking, I figured to change the name to something more semantically appealing- Parsnip Cauliflower Crust Cake. Is it catchy? No but that’s cool 😉 One of my clients was asking about some recipes for parsnips other than the fries, […]