You can work with a personal trainer all day and see some changes but if you want more dramatic progress, it’s all about the nutrition. Getting the nutrition part of things “right” is a big part of getting healthy and fit.  Feeding your body what it needs at the right time and the right balance is the key to success with any fitness or health goal.  Try our healthy recipes to help feed yourself and your family better.

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Thai Inspired Stir Fry

Love Thai food? Me too! What I don’t love is the hidden traps of fat and sugar lurking in some of those dishes.  (Did you know there could be up to 300 calories in Pad Thai just from sugar? Some recipes call for 60g or more of sugar to create the sauce – that’s a 1/4 cup).  Here is a recipe created for those that love the flavors of Thai and not all the added calories. 1 Chicke... read more

Emergency Meal Kebabs

We’ve all done it…  busy day at work, school projects, after school activities, doctor appointments, errands. Last thing on your mind was making a wholesome dinner and you opted for something quick and easy that maybe doesn’t fit into your nutrition plan but hey – you got the family fed.  I am here to tell you that I’ve been there!  Thus, the Emergency Meal Kebab w... read more

Green Protein Smoothie Recipe

For you smoothie drinkers out there, here is a green smoothie for you that will make a great recovery shake or a replacement for those Shamrock Shakes – this one is much better for you and gives you protein to keep you full. [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:2]

Protein Pancakes

Everyone loves pancakes on the weekend, right?  Me too.  What I don’t love is the abundance of carbs that go along with it. What a way to derail your efforts. But we should be able to enjoy things like this once in a while. So here is a way to do that without all the guilt.  I like to make extra and freeze them for the kids.  An easy breakfast during the school week that will keep them f... read more

Easy Meal: Scallops & Sprouts

Sounds fancy, but really, this dish took all of 20 minutes total to make and only a handful of ingredients.  Let’s talk about scallops – not everyone likes scallops but if you are a seafood eater I urge you to explore them for a couple of reasons.  They are high in protein and low in calories and fat. For every 100 grams of scallops you’ll get roughly 100 calories and 20 grams... read more

Family Dinner Recipe: Turkey Taco Wraps

A lighter version of a family favorite – Taco Night! This is a really easy recipe and you can of course, adapt to your preferences and even use taco shells or tortillas for the kids if they aren’t into the lettuce idea.  However, I assure you they will be a go-to in no time. Packaged taco seasoning is usually loaded with sodium, preservatives, MSG and sometimes sugar.  Making your ow... read more

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