Posts by Carole

Clean Up Your Plate!

Posted by on Jul 5, 2015 in Healthy Changes, Just. Eat. Real. Food., Recipes | 0 comments

Clean Up Your Plate!

What if the key to you losing weight, clearing up your digestive woes, having more energy, lifting your brain fog, and managing chronic health conditions was in your control? Well, it actually is! And it’s pretty simple. It’s about changing habits to “clean” up your plate!

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Are You Ready to De-Plastify Your Life?

Posted by on Jan 29, 2014 in Healthy Changes | 0 comments

Are You Ready to De-Plastify Your Life?

Four years ago I took the Take Back the Tap! pledge sponsored by Food & Water Watch to give up bottled water and, instead, drink tap water. (Research shows that most bottled water is actually municipal tap water anyway!) And when you figure in the costs of company water-rights, bottling, labeling, and marketing pre-packaged water, you pay up to 10,000 times more money for bottled water than water from your own tap! And where does that plastic go? The EPA says that in 2011, the US alone generated 32 million tons of plastic waste, and only 8% of that waste was recovered for recycling. Can...

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Join a Healthy Revolution

Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Healthy Changes, Just. Eat. Real. Food. | 0 comments

Join a Healthy Revolution

  A new client of mine is making BIG changes to her diet and lifestyle in the New Year. We’ve been doing some prep work to get her ready – looking at outdated dietary advice and beginning a pantry clean-out for starters. She checked in with me this week and wrote: “It’s hard not to feel like everything you are doing is wrong and it’s like starting over. I am surprised how immersed I am in my habits and it is eye opening how to change it.” My response to her was: “You are not alone in feeling like you’ve been doing everything ‘wrong’. You’ve...

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10 Healthy Reasons to Eat Apples Everyday

Posted by on Oct 30, 2013 in Blood Sugar Balance, Digestion, Healthy Changes, Just. Eat. Real. Food., Recipes | 0 comments

10 Healthy Reasons to Eat Apples Everyday

The old Welsh proverb “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” is grounded in current research. Nutritionally, apples are low in calories, providing only 50 calories per 100 grams. An average apple is about 90 calories, rich in dietary fiber (~ 4 grams of soluble fiber per apple), and contains fair amounts of Vitamin C and beta-carotene, two powerful antioxidants. Apples are a good source of B-Complex vitamins and contain minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium and boron. For your health, here’s 10 reasons why you should be reaching for an apple every day: 1)  Blood Sugar...

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Grammy’s Roasted Maple Acorn Squash

Posted by on Sep 16, 2013 in Blood Sugar Balance, Breakfast, Digestion, Entrees, Essential Fats, Just. Eat. Real. Food., Recipes, Vegetables & Sides | 0 comments

Grammy’s Roasted Maple Acorn Squash

Ahhh, Fall is coming . . . . Crisp mornings, warm days, and cool nights. Leaves turning brilliant colors, the rain coming back to Oregon’s landscape, and WINTER SQUASH reappearing at the market! One of my favorite childhood dinners Mom used to cook was acorn squash baked with spicy sausage, butter and maple syrup. We gobbled them up! And, as I recently found out, this is a recipe passed down from my maternal grandmother. Talk about nourishing traditions! Acorn Squash Nutritional Facts  With its bright yellow-orange flesh, acorn squash is an excellent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory...

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