Spiraled Vegetables

OMGoodness! Who would have thought spiraling vegetables would be so much fun. Not only is it a great way to get more vegetables in your diet...think vital nutrients and fiber, spiraled vegetables cook quickly and add plate appeal. I may be late to the party, but spiraled vegetables have become a new favorite...even for my … Continue reading Spiraled Vegetables

Winter Hydration

Water…it’s essential for life. Did you know that your body contains up to 75% water by weight and your brain even more? Among its many functions, water feeds cells, helps physical and mental performance, controls temperature, and aids digestion. Sure coffee and hot chocolate taste good, especially on a cold winter day. But when it … Continue reading Winter Hydration

A Nourishing Word

My running partner and I meet once a week for a long run. Rain, shine, wind, cold. The commitment to meet each week runs deep. Sure, on occasion we miss our weekly get-together because of travel, illness, injury or family obligations. But unless it’s big, little keeps us from getting out the door before sun-up … Continue reading A Nourishing Word

Nourishing the season

The holiday season is here. For the next six weeks, I know my schedule will get pretty hectic. I enjoy the anticipation of the season…celebrating with family and friends, meal preparation, holiday decorations, walks and runs in crisp snow, providing extra support to my wonderful clients. It all nourishes my soul. At the same time, … Continue reading Nourishing the season

Seasonal Eating – Fall/Winter

The concept of eating what’s in season is not new. People around the world have been eating the foods nature provides, when it provides them, for millennia. Unfortunately, our awareness of when and where seasonal foods are grown is fading. With a large variety of food available at your favorite grocery store year-round, it can … Continue reading Seasonal Eating – Fall/Winter