Veggie Egg Bake

It seems like a healthy breakfast is a struggle for so many people, especially if you have to rush out the door pretty quickly in the morning. Most quick breakfasts like cereal and muffins have added sugar and minimal protein, leaving you feeling hungry and craving sugar soon after. Many of my clients love eggs,…

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Could eating like your child help you lose weight?

This past Monday, I had the pleasure of being on ABC’s Wake Up Wisconsin, where I was interviewed about the pros and cons of eating like your child. You may have heard of the “Baby food diet,” in which people consume baby food in an effort to lose weight. I definitely wouldn’t recommend eating jars…

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Red Cabbage Slaw with Pecans

This recipe came about by accident. I needed to bring a dish to a party and was short on time. I really love red cabbage and thought I’d try adding candied pecans (lightly coated in maple syrup). I dressed it quickly with olive oil and lemon juice and to my surprise, it was a hit!…

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Cocoa Coconut Balls

Cocoa Coconut Balls These delicious bite-sized balls are quick to make and sure to be a crowd-pleaser and have only 2 grams of added sugar per ball. Gluten free/Dairy free Makes about 20 one-inch balls 1 cup pecans ⅓ cup pitted dates (about 8 deglet noor dates) 2 tablespoons coconut oil ¼ cup cocoa powder…

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Managing Holiday Sugar Cravings

It’s time for the final video of my series on keeping the holidays healthier by reducing your sugar intake. Despite the best of intentions, we often have to battle those pesky sugar cravings that threaten to derail us. Check out this video for some tips on how to reduce sugar cravings. Be sure to watch…

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