My philosophy, when it comes to nutrition, is plain and simple, just eat real food! There seem to be endless options for food-like items marketed to us on a consistent basis, and finding real food can be a bit of a challenge if you don’t know what you’re looking for! In general, real food is:

Close to nature, minimally processed • Likely to spoil relatively quickly • Ingredients, not a finished product

Check out the blogs below for more information and insights when it comes to nourishing your body with delicious whole foods!

5 Ways You Can Shift Your Diet to Help Save the Planet

In honor of Earth Day this week, let’s talk about food and the environment. The environment and food. Whether we like to admit it or not, our food choices have a massive and direct impact on the health of our planet. Unless you’ve been living under a rock this past...

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Gluten free + grain free chewy peanut butter cookies

Let's talk dessert! Though it's spring time and you might think I ought to be sharing a lovely citrus tart, carrot cake, or lemon bar recipe (don't get me wrong, those all sound delicious!) truthfully, one of my favorite desserts right now is still peanut butter...

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Decoding food certifications

Have you ever gone to the grocery store, picked up a package of food, and realized there were a handful of certification claims on the labeling that look fantastic, but that you really have no clue what they mean? Rainforest Alliance Certified, that's good right? Fair...

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My top supplements you should actually be taking

As a nutritionist, I'm frequently asked about supplements. Indeed, it seems no matter where I look there are always people claiming their brands of supplements are the key to weight loss, increased energy, and restored health. It's no wonder my clients (and random...

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