Un’beet’able Health Benefits

With their dramatic, rich red coloring, beets may be one of nature’s most alluring foods. These beautiful root vegetables do double duty, with the earthy-sweet bulbs and fresh greens both offering a myriad of health benefits. Beets and their greens can be enjoyed raw, cooked, juiced, steamed, roasted, sautéed, grilled and, for those who don’t […]


If you are new to spiralizing fruits and veggies you are not alone. This was my first experience to try anything like this, even after recommending it to patients in the clinic for years! When I’d see clients working to control their blood sugar I’d encourage this method to keep within their carbohydrate allotment and […]

A Dietitian’s Top New Year’s Tips

Here we are again! Another year passed and a fresh new beginning is upon us. I hear from customers, friends, and family that they are (once again) pledging to make this their healthiest year yet, will finally start exercising, and WILL lose those extra pounds. As a Dietitian, I get excited about anything that brings […]

Have You Seen the Butterfly??

Have you spent valuable time in the grocery store recently staring at the back of food package? Playing your own version of “this versus that” and wondering what all those symbols mean that are proudly stamped on the packaging? There are so many things to know regarding our food it’s difficult to keep up! Non-GMO, […]

Korean Style Pork Chops

Just a quick share here from dinner tonight! When I find a recipe that keeps the kids asking for more that is how I classify it as a “hit!” I’m also a super fan of recipes where I have the ingredients on hand, because taking 3 boys into a store…not happening for this girl. Hope […]