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Daily Archives: November 1, 2013

Simple, easy and delicious. A great way to start your day off with a nutritious breakfast on all those busy school (or early workout) mornings. All you need is equal parts raw rolled oats, milk and yogurt (1/4cup – 1/3cup is plenty per person) and chia seeds. You can use any kind of yogurt or milk. I use almond milk and goat yogurt. Try coconut milk and coconut yogurt. Or go for… Read More

Today I made an enormous batch of chili. I thought I’d switch it up a little and use turkey instead of beef. I have  been eating a lot of steak and eggs lately. I think it’s time to lean-it-up. What goes well with turkey? Pumpkin pie, of course! This chili combines Thanksgiving dinner in a pot. Ground turkey Large can of chunky tomatoes (low sodium) Carton of low sodium chicken stock Large… Read More

Sounds romantic..doesn’t it? You, a little smooth jazz, and your bunch of kale. So needless to say, I LOVE kale. You may think that strange but once you learn a little about kale you will love it too. Kale is an amazing food. Don’t trust me… For all you science & numbers people check out this link:  http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2461/2 For all you visual learners check out this link: http://www.juliedaniluk.com/food-facts/the-benefits-of-kale.html So why don’t we all… Read More

  The weather is changing and memories of warm summer BBQ’s are becoming just that, memories. Fear not! There is still time to get in some end of the season BBQ’ing. Or, if you are anything like me, put on your parka and get that grill going even in a blizzard. You won’t be thinking that’s such a crazy idea after you taste this mouth watering Cedar Plank Salmon. Ingredients: Salmon fillets,… Read More

Egyptian Licorice..mmm My tea has wise words. Enjoy a warm cup of tea to improve your health. http://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-licorice-root.html

1 Banana 1 tbsp of chopped nuts (raw, unsalted) 1 tsp almond butter 1/2 tsp of cinnamon a couple pinches of cacao powder parchment paper Step 1: Heat oven to 375 degrees. Step 2: Slice ends off banana (just the peel stem and the tough base). Keeping the peel on, cut the banana length ways without cutting it completely in half. (Like a banana-split) Place it on a square of parchment that… Read More

 What did you have for Breakfast?    So decadent and protein packed I couldn’t even put my fork down to take the picture. At the beginning of every week I try to make a big batch of meat and prepare as much of the weeks food as I can. Taking a couple hours to do this on Sunday (or Monday morning in my case because I don’t work until noon) will cut… Read More

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