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Healthy Snacks for Kids

Healthy Snacks for Kids

Snack ideas for young ones that are free of gluten and dairy! Cucumbers with Hummus Celery with Peanut Butter Mixed Berries with Nuts (Coconut/Almond) Yogurt with (Oat) Granola Roasted Chickpeas Beef/Turkey Jerky Sticks or Pieces Rice Cakes with Banana Homemade Fruit Leather/Gummies No Bake Energy […]

Comparing Different Diets

Comparing Different Diets

There are too many diets to talk about in one simple post, but I thought I’d mention a few popular ones here to go over what they really are and clear up any confusion. If you have trouble deciding what your diet should be like, […]

Why You Should Visit Your Local Farmers’ Market

Why You Should Visit Your Local Farmers’ Market

I adore visiting local farmers’ markets and I think you should try it out if you haven’t! My reasons are three-fold and might convince you! You can get fresh, healthy foods! Local produce and foods from farmers’ markets are the best! It doesn’t travel as […]

Food of the Week: Pecans

Food of the Week: Pecans

Pecans are an underrated nut that really contain great nutrition! Like most nuts, they have plenty of healthy fats that are important in the diet. Pecans are a tasty addition to most meals and are a popular food where I live, in Texas. Pecans are […]

Food of the Week: Beets

Food of the Week: Beets

I thought I’d do this week’s post on beets because they are such a powerhouse for nutrition. Beets have been used in many applications to help people improve their health. Read on to learn more! First of all, beets come in several varieties. There are […]

Guest Post: my 3-year-old picks her own meals

Guest Post: my 3-year-old picks her own meals

   It’s well known and documented that the first five years of life are the most critical for children in terms of their physical growth and change, so it is important that we establish healthy eating habits during these pivotal years. The practices, types of […]

Food of the Week:  Sweet Potato

Food of the Week: Sweet Potato

First, let’s get this out of the way: are you confused by the difference between a sweet potato and a yam? I was too, until I read this article by The Kitchn. Check that out first if it’s been bothering you.    Now that we’ve […]

Food of the Week: Cranberry

Food of the Week: Cranberry

CRANBERRIES Cranberries can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, or in juice form. I suggest eating raw or cooked to reap the most benefits. Having cranberries dried or in juice form usually means more sugar intake. Cranberries have been widely touted for their benefits when it […]

What is a health coach?

What is a health coach?

What do health coaches do? Health coaches provide guidance, support, and education to their clients. They help their clients achieve desired health and wellness goals. When clients are struggling, they encourage and empower them to follow through and make changes. Health coaches guide clients to […]