What is the point of this blog post? It's to talk about my desire for my patients to have healthier, lower carbohydrate versions of their favorite desserts without turning crazy. It's about my super filling and very yummy Almond Butter Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Dough that is loaded with brain boosting cinnamon, gut healthy fiber, filling protein and healthy fat
In this post I wanted to share some simplified dinner recipes from the cooking club plans and invite anyone reading this to our upcoming meeting this Saturday, February 25th at 10:00am at The Eddy. To clarify, the cooking club community meeting is not a meeting where we cook. We sample food (at the first meeting I made green drinks), talk about our personal health goals, the meal plans provided each week and
Are you thinking about your New Years diet while licking icing off that Christmas cookie? Let’s try something different this year. Start the cooking club in January and keep cooking. Cook in March, cook in August and cook in November. The outcome: time well spent producing delicious, hot, comforting, family-friendly, vegetable packed meals.
We leave and return to our homes in darkness. Let’s just melt cheese on every carbohydrate in sight and put on some sweatpants. Well, that’s not exactly my advice. Here are some ground rules for how to feed those cravings and have a healthier holiday season:
Thanks to beautiful fall weather, podcasts, Starbucks and the extra few miles of gas you get after your tank says empty I made it to Boston easy breezy. FNCE exceeded all of my expectations. I loved my Dietitians and Integrative and Functional Medicine lectures on herbal and non-herbal supplements...
Welcome to Diet Improved, my new business name and webpage. I hope you like it as much as I do. Our goal is to nourish ourselves with healthy foods that make us feel full, satisfied, relaxed and happy. Sound food choices are central to our well-being, but our goals go beyond diet to improve total health.