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Coconut Chocolate Chip Muffins Recipe

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In this post, I share a delicious coconut-based chocolate choc-chips muffins recipe. It's grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and nut-free. Plus, why use coconut flour and tips for baking with it. Coconut flour is lower in carbohydrates than wheat and other grain flours, which helps balance blood sugar and improve satiety Coconut flour is higher in fiber… Read More

30-Minute Salmon with Collard Greens and Beans thumbnail

I often get asked how I make salmon. And I often get asked how to put a balanced meal together and cook everything so that it's all done the same time. This blog post is going to show you how! The recipes are very simple. I recorded my step from start to finish to help… Read More

Homemade Almond Chocolate Bar (Dairy-free, soy-free) thumbnail

Have you ever made a chocolate bar at home? I love chocolate so much I even did my Master's research on it! Cocoa is a antioxidant rich food, and when my kids want candy, I give them chocolate. In this post, I share how to make healthy, dairy-free, soy-free, antioxidant rich chocolate. Cocoa beans are… Read More

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Are you still eating butter and feeling guilty about it? What if there's a type of butter that's actually healthy for you? Yeap, that's called grass-fed butter. In this article, I talk about the health benefits of grass-fed butter, how to use it, and where to find it. Grass-fed butter is exactly what it sounds… Read More

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Tomato Olive Cod Recipe

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This is an easy dinner recipe made with fresh cod, olives, tomatoes, and lots of flavor. I made this recipe with few ingredients on purpose. I wanted to only use foods tested on the MRT food sensitivity test. If you're following the LEAP program, I hope these are your safe foods. If not, it's very… Read More

Smoothie, Salad, and Snack Builders Guide thumbnail

Have you ever had a smoothie, salad, or snack only to get hungry an hour after? I find that this happens frequently with my clients. Some clients don't know how to put together healthy and balanced smoothies, salads, or snacks. Others are struggling with weight loss, only to discover after analyzing their food records that… Read More

Reasons to Remove Dairy from your Diet thumbnail

Whether you should eat dairy is a controversial topic. A simple Internet search will yield articles upon articles citing studies and expert--and non-expert--opinion supporting each side of the claim. Eating dairy can be bad for you, but it can also be good for you. The purpose of this article is to list reasons why you… Read More


Pruple Green Smoothie Recipe

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I like to make smoothies. They're more refreshing than coffee, a great quick breakfast or snack, and an easy way to eat vegetable, fruit, and antioxidant intake. They can also help detox the body and improve digestion and elimination. A common mistake people do when they make smoothies is loading on carbohydrates. Remember that fruits… Read More


Baked Chicken Fajita

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Few weeks ago, I made his recipe with a group of bright cooking-enthusiastic 12-year old Girl Scouts who wanted to learn about nutrition. There were 15 girls and I divided them into 3 groups to make vegetable soup for an appetizer, baked fajita for the main dish, and a healthy apple crumble for dessert. The… Read More


How to Cook Collard Greens

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I recommend greens often, and collard greens are one of my favorites. They are a nutritional powerhouse, with anti-oxidant, anti-inflammation, and detoxification capacity. I end up writing the recipe 20 times a week to my private patients, and I'm excited I was finally able to take some pictures to share it here with everyone! First… Read More