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  • Changes are coming!

    Category: News • May 26, 2021

    I’m shifting the proverbial gears and moving my focus to Corporate Wellness and Group Presentations! Does your business, or does the business you work for need some healthy, fresh, interactive group sessions that focus on associate health and wellness? My program is for your business or group! Call me or…

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  • Healthy Restaurant make over Cold Broccoli Salad

    Category: Recipes • October 1, 2019

    Every time I go to Ruby Tuesday, I need the broccoli salad on the buffet. It’s a cold salad with a creamy dressing, cheese, red onion and bacon pieces.  It’s my favorite, and I can easily eat half a pound in one sitting. So of course, I had to make…

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  • Fall Harvest Cookies

    Category: Recipes • September 29, 2019

    I’m going to admit – I eat these bad boys for breakfast.  Especially on cool weekend mornings with hot coffee or tea.  Oh, and especially on mornings I’m running out the door because I hit the snooze button too many times.  They are also my night-time snack when I’m craving…

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  • Vitamins and Dietary Supplements: The Low-Down You’ll Want to Know

    Category: Uncategorized • September 10, 2019

    Vitamins and Dietary Supplements: The Low-Down Supplements are everywhere.  I know 5 people selling them from “reputable brands” right off the top of my head. They are super popular and who can blame anyone for looking for a quick remedy for what ails them? Seems like a no-brainer. But WAIT…

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  • GIANT List of Back to School Lunch and Snack Ideas!

    Category: Recipes • August 29, 2019

    Coming up with creative, fun and healthy lunches can be fun at the beginning of the school year, but after a while it can be difficult to come up with new ideas.  Bookmark this giant master list of awesome back to school lunch and snack ideas to keep it fun…

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  • Starting a Private Practice as a Dietitian: How to Simply START

    Category: Uncategorized • August 11, 2019

    Starting a private practice is no easy task, but it can certainly be done!  The graduate program I enrolled in was “Entrepreneurial” based, meaning I wrote a business plan and was required to take finance classes.  The program I graduated from was awesome, and I learned how to be an…

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  • Are eggs healthy? A Registered Dietitian weighs in.

    Category: Food Tips, Recipes • July 28, 2019

    The egg. Packed with protein, vitamin B12, selenium, and very versatile!  So the question is: Are eggs healthy? A few months ago, the news reported on a research study that claimed eating eggs was associated with higher rates of cardiovascular disease and mortality.  This baffled me until I started reading…

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  • 6 Tips for Making Infused Water

    Category: Food Tips • July 21, 2019

    6 Tips for making infused water “Get more water” “Drink more water” “Hydrate!” “Drink plenty of water” “Be sure to drink enough water” Well that’s great advice, isn’t it? It is very hot out there, so sure, we always want to drink more water to avoid dehydration. I think the…

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  • What you need to know about Reiki

    Category: Reiki • July 8, 2019

    Over the last few weeks, I’ve had people ask me “What is Reiki?”  I’ve also had a few new clients come in for Reiki who have never had it (Yay!!) and of course I explained it to them. So I thought it was time to share the answer to this…

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  • Healthy Summertime Honey Lime Mint Fruit Salad

    Category: Food Tips, Recipes • June 14, 2019

    It’s the worst when you spend your precious time peeling, cutting and coring beautiful fruits, only to have them brown and shrivel by the time you are ready to serve.  Adding citrus, specifically Vitamin C, can help keep your fruit salad looking fresh, vibrant and tasting great!   Here is…

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