Food Focus: Greens

If there was one food that I would recommend for everyone to have more of, it would be leafy greens. They are one of the easiest ways to improve your wellness and enhance your nutrition. Those beauties absorb the sun’s light while producing oxygen and chlorophyll which are both great

Raw Food Cooking Classes

As the weather starts to get warmer, I feel the need to eat more and more cooling, raw, living foods and less heavy, cooked and warming foods.  Eating at least 70% raw in the warmer months keeps me hydrated, cooled, energetic and helps avoid unnecessary weight gain.  Join my raw

Food Focus: Quinoa

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah), is an amazing superfood with a rich and ancient background. It dates back more than 5,000 years ago when it was cultivated by the Incas. They referred to it as the “mother of all grains” and “the gold of the Incas” because they believed it sustained their people and increased the stamina of

Food Focus: Beans

I always recommend to my clients to “shop the perimeter of the supermarket.” But beans and legumes in general are among the exceptions to this rule. Beans provide many health benefits, and an array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Beans, or legumes, including peas and lentils, are an excellent source

Soul Food For The Heart

Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love. -Rumi Remember a favorite food from your childhood, one that makes you feel great after you eat it for no specific reason. Maybe it is an aromatic rice dish, a slow-simmered stew, ice cream cones or

Food Focus: Sweet Potatoes

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Sweet potatoes seem to go hand in hand with the holiday season, and fortunately, eating these and other sweet vegetables are great for you any time of the year. The great news for those with a sweet tooth, is that cravings for sweets can be greatly reduced by adding sweet vegetables, such as

Superfoods and Tonic Herbs

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As much as I love fruits and vegetables, growing and storage conditions these days simply don’t guarantee that we’re going to get the nutrition that we require from those foods. Superfoods are proving to be the answer and a better alternative to synthetic vitamins and supplements. They are a class