I've tweaked my diet, again. Many years ago I eliminated gluten and dairy. A few years ago, I eliminated most animal products. On very rare occasions, bread, cheese or chicken, would sneak onto my plate, but I was "mostly" a gluten free, pescetarian. So I still ate a lot of eggs and some seafood, but … Continue reading Minimalist Nutrition. Minimal living for Maximum life.
I'm a busy girl, but I love good food. This one pot meal is so yummy, very forgiving, and calls for lots of veggies. It's my go-to comfort and convenience food. I'm not sure what to call this recipe... it reminds me of a traditional pasta e fagioli (without the pasta), or a southern goulash. … Continue reading Sweep The Kitchen, One Pot Meal
In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, here's a delicious vegetable stew chocked full of root veggies, herbs and BEER! Ingredients 4 tablespoons olive oil 2 medium onions 1 cup cup parsnips, sliced 1 cup carrots, sliced 1 cup potatoes, sliced into chunks 1 cup turnips or rutabagas, peeled and sliced into chunks 1 cup celery, diced … Continue reading Irish Vegetable Stew
Say "Bye-Bye" to boring salads and "Hello!" to these three protein packed salads that you can make in advance and enjoy all week long. Join my Email List to get a downloadable version of these recipes and more!
Just this past week, I've gotten lots of questions about protein. "Which protein shake should I buy?", "Whey or plant based?", "How do I get more protein in my diet?". With all of the "high protein" diets out there, and the thousands of protein shakes in every grocery store, it's easy to see why everyone is … Continue reading Protein Unpacked – Part 1
It may seem a little strange that my first "fitness" post is about taking a rest day... But so many of my clients claim that stress and lack of time is their biggest health and fitness obstacle. I spend much of my consulting time, encouraging them to focus on their physical and emotional health so … Continue reading Rest Day
Meal prepping is something many of my clients struggle with. Even I've only become proficient at meal prep over this last year. It was hard to wrap my head around cooking for multiple meals and multiple days at one time. It seemed daunting and time consuming, but little by little I've developed habits and tricks … Continue reading Meal Prep 101