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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How To Thai Curry Anything

I love Thai food but I don’t love the mystery of what is in the dishes they make.  Surely there is some sorcery going on to make it taste that good.  It is rather simple to make at home and the vegetables and protein you choose are limitless.  I have a basic recipe that can be used for any combination of ingredients.  Only rule of thumb is cook the more dense veggies first and the softer... read more

Traditional Collard Greens

Confession? As a southern transplant I had never experienced collard greens in my life but my curiosity got the best of me and was enticed by this dark leafy green vegetable that promises wealth in the new year if eaten.  Who am I to question it? I was given this recipe by our client Sara G who knows her stuff.  The original recipe is from Southern Living and I didn’t change much aside fro... read more

Black Eyed Peas & Sausage Stew

A New Year’s tradition in one pot, less mess. It is said that if you eat black eyed peas in the new year you will have luck all year long.  Some say to add a penny to the pot and whomever gets the lucky penny in their bowl with gain extra luck that year.  I don’t know if it works but why take the chance? Especially when black eyed peas are loaded with fiber, potassium (good for musc... read more

Breadless Chicken Parmigiana

I’ve made this a few times over the last week or two.  It’s easy to put together, almost everyone likes it, and you can make extra for the next day.  It feels indulgent but without the processed bread crumbs this is a really lean dish.  You could eliminate the cheese of you don’t roll with dairy.  This is a gluten free recipe if served with veggies instead of pasta. Ingredien... read more

Gingerbread Protein Bites

Ingredients: 10 medjool dates, pitted and soaked in water to soften 1/2 c rolled oats 3 tbsp chocolate protein powder 2 tbsp almond butter 1/2 tsp ground ginger 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp nutmeg pinch of sea salt Directions:  Add dates to a food processor and pulse until blended into a paste consistency. Add all the other ingredients to the food processor and process until it’s all well combi... read more

Chocolate Almond Butter Cups

A treat that has health benefits? Why not! The holiday’s are upon us and there will be treats.  We can at least try to make our treats a *little* better. These are great for a party! Ingredients: 2 bars dark chocolate, (dark chocolate with 60% or more cacao or unsweetened bakers chocolate – add 1 tbsp honey) 1/2 cup almond butter 1/2 tsp vanilla extract pinch sea salt 3 Tbs vanilla ... read more

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