I never strain my nutmilks.
Health coaches support their clients in making gradual lifestyle changes. As part of an integrative support team in a doctor’s setting, health coaches serves as both patient advocate and liaison between the patient and the doctor, working closely with the patient to improve areas such as healthy cooking and eating, physical activity, home environment, and […]
It’s time you made your own mayo!
As with just about everything else, it depends on who you ask. Check out this video and then scroll down for my perspective on detoxing.
Try this for breakfast instead of coffee.
The potato makes for a fuller, heartier, comforting cabbage soup.
Chia seeds can make a “pudding” out of just about any liquid and they are a natural energy booster.
The brown rice and the almond extract gives this hot cereal a nutty kick.
Beans, beans, the musical fruit, the more you eat, the more you toot! But seriously, here are my favorite ways to add more plant proteins to every meal.
Smoothies don’t have to be frozen cold to be enjoyed. Since the OJ and cranberries are refrigerated and the banana is frozen, there’s no need for the ice. This recipe is high in Vitamin C and using full fat yogurt will slow the absorption of the fruit sugars for a steady energy boost. Ingredients […]
There’s more than one way to feel good in your body. Find out how during Health Coach Week.
Try unsweetened whole milk yogurt for a probiotic boost.
This mixed grain cereal is a hearty alternative to oatmeal.
This rice milk-based drink has a surprising ingredient.
Try this whole grains smoothie for breakfast or lunch on the go.
A couple weeks ago I received a sample of All Day Energy Greens dietary supplement from the Institute for Vibrant Living. I’ve been slow to use green powder supplements because they don’t blend well and often don’t taste well. But since my clients are always asking about simple ways to include more greens in their […]
Scroll through the timeline of your favorite social network and you’re bound to read a post or two about someone’s current fitness journey. They’re posting photos of meals, miles run, or gym hours clocked in. They’re excited to share current stats of inches and pounds lost, showing before and after photos of disappearing double chins, […]
We all have a general idea that we will benefit from eating more of certain kinds of foods and less of others, but the “best” foods may not look or taste as good as the foods you really want to eat. When it comes to men, it can sometimes feel like it’s harder to get them […]
Despite all the marketing messages we receive about weight loss – what to eat, what to avoid, the right kind of exercise and all kinds of programs, supplements, detoxes, and fasts – there’s still no one-size-fits-all approach to losing weight and keeping it off for the long-term.
What would happen if you learned to love food again?
The IIN Health Coach’s calling card, What’s new and good? has a way of putting a smile on a person’s face, even if it’s one of surprise. We’re so used to hearing “how are you?” as we exchange greetings, never fully expecting the person to reply with an honest answer. The honest answer is in our […]
Lighten up this spring with this complimentary recipe guide from Institute for Integrative Nutrition