The One One One Diet

5 Ways to Shop Smarter and Healthier at the Grocery Store

5 Ways to Shop Smarter and Healthier at the Grocery Store

Sunday may be the busiest day of the week for grocery shopping and with good reason; we are getting ready for the work or school week and typically we have run out of household stapes like bread as well as veggies, fruits, gallons of milk…

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The One One One Diet Featured on The Better Show

The One One One Diet Featured on The Better Show

I had the wonderful opportunity to fly to NYC to talk about The One One One Diet with hosts JD and Kristina at the Better show.Here are the clips from the show in which I share 1:1:1 Meal Makeovers as well as a few of…

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Lunch Box Snacks for Every Food Allergy

Lunch Box Snacks for Every Food Allergy

With the rise of food allergies, moms more than ever need easy, tasty and healthy foods to share with their kids and families. Food allergies affect up to 15 million Americans. In fact, one in every 13 children under the age of 18 have a…

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Simple Tips for Back to School Balance

Simple Tips for Back to School Balance

It’s that time of year again and if you or your kids are headed back to school, check out my 4 smarty-pants strategies to start the school year off right! I share my tips with SheKnows in my experts blog. Check it out! Photo Credit: www.TutuMoi.com

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Chia Seed Chocolate Pudding

Chia Seed Chocolate Pudding

If you are looking for a sweet, cold treat to get through the warmest days of summer, check out the recipe for my Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding (p. 202). NOTE: The recipe should call for 3 tbsp. of chia seeds and will now make 2…

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5 Ways to Make Water More Fun

5 Ways to Make Water More Fun

A cold drink on a long, hot summer day may be one of life’s simplest pleasures–but the calories and sugars in many of your favorite drinks add up fast. In fact, one in four Americans consumes at least 200 calories of sugar-sweetened beverages a day–enough…

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Perfectly Patriotic! A Red, White & Blue Potato Salad

Perfectly Patriotic! A Red, White & Blue Potato Salad

Give your potato salad a makeover for this years Memorial Day picnic or BBQ. This recipe uses an olive oil based dressing  as an alternative to mayonnaise making it healthier in terms of good fats. I also made this a “POTATO” salad and took the…

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Tasty Tuesday- Egg Salad with Pita

Tasty Tuesday- Egg Salad with Pita

This is a quick, easy, on-the-go breakfast. If you boiled a dozen eggs at the beginning of the week, you could have this most mornings. Ingredients: 1 hard-cooked egg, peeled 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil or mayonnaise Salt Freshly ground black pepper Dash of…

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In Honor of Earth Day, Eat your Veggies!

In Honor of Earth Day, Eat your Veggies!

In the quest to eat clean and live better, I encourage my clients to incorporate as many veggies whenever they are able to. Whether you are blending with spinach and carrots, enjoying steamed asparagus with your salmon at night or slicing up peppers to dip…

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It’s Meatless Monday! Black Bean Quinoa Salad

It’s Meatless Monday! Black Bean Quinoa Salad

This is a heart-healthy, high-fiber, vegetarian, and gluten-free dish that’s big on taste. It keeps well in the refrigerator for a few days. Freshen it up with lemon juice each time you are ready to serve it. Ingredients: 3⁄4 cup quinoa 2 cans (15 ounces…

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