The Answer to My Most Asked Question: What Do I Eat?

Today, I’m here to share the answer to the number one question I get asked by clients during our sessions.  “What do you eat?” I also get asked a lot how many calories I consume, if I count carbs throughout the day, do I ever have “cheat days” and I if I have any guilty  … Read more


Eating to Boost Your Metabolism!

In an effort to shed a few of the unwanted extra pounds that we may have put on over the holidays, we’ve spent the past few months on the blog discussing diets—the gluten free diet, the keto diet, and the moderation diet. But, diet schmiet. What if I told you today that there are simple  … Read more


The Truth about Turmeric

Today’s blog post comes straight to you from a conversation I had earlier in the week with a client of mine. We were talking about her overall health when she mentioned having recently visited her OBGYN to discuss a lot of pain she was having surrounding both her ovulation and her menstrual cycle. As it  … Read more


Coffee Talk: Will Drinking Coffee Make You Live Longer?

I’ve heard it called java, joe, mud, dirt, and brew. I call it liquid gold…and I’m not alone. Coffee is the most popular beverage in the whole world. In the Unites States alone, over 280 million cups of coffee are consumed each day! So, for the 62% of us Americans who drink coffee, should we  … Read more


Discussing Matters of the Heart (Health) Part 2

Hi Friends! Today, we’re wrapping up our content dedicated to heart health month with part two of my Q & A with Dr. Jonathan Whiteson. If you missed part one, you can catch up here.  A recent study released by the American Heart Association says that 103 million adults in the United States have high  … Read more


Discussing Matters of the Heart (Health)

Did you know that Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States? Every single year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. The good news is that heart disease can often be prevented when people make healthy choices and properly manage their health conditions. Because  … Read more


Finding the Good in Gluten

If you are one of the 1 in 1,000 people that have been clinically diagnosed with celiac disease (a wheat protein allergy) then read no further. However, if you are one of the 1.6 million Americans that are following a gluten-free diet today in hopes of losing weight and have no gluten intolerance, then this  … Read more


Don’t “Poo-Poo” the Power of Poop

You’re full of s*it, and you’re full of s*it, and you’re full of s*it. No seriously, I bet at least half of you reading this are literally full of s*it! Constipation is so widespread among Americans that a recent study showed that 16 percent of all Americans and a third of those older than 60  … Read more


Is Keto the Key to Weight Loss?

It’s mid-January. By now we’ve all had just about enough of falling off the wagon (and our pants fitting uncomfortably tight) and we’re ready to start sticking to a weight loss plan. At least I am. It never fails, every year around this time I get lots of questions from friends and clients about the  … Read more


2018 New Year’s Resolutions from My Kitchen to Yours

Happy New Year, Friends! I always love the 1st of the year. A new year, new beginnings, fresh starts, a clean slate! My family and I were sitting around last weekend discussing what we wanted this year to look like and I of course had to share my goals in and around the kitchen for  … Read more