If you haven't noticed by all the recipes on this blog - I love quinoa. It's one of my ultimate pantry staples because it's nutritious and versatile in cooking. Have you ever cooked with quinoa? It's a gluten-free, high protein grain packed with fiber, vitamins an...

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Hi guys! I'm chatting about one of my favorite nutrition topics: digestive health! Because of the area of nutrition I specialize in most of the clients I see experience some sort of gut distress like bloating and...

I think my system is in a little bit of shock with the cold, snowy weather we've had the last few days. I head to Phoenix this weekend and can't wait to get there - the weather is in the 90's! Until then, I can't help but crave hearty meals to warm me up. Today I'm sha...

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An underactive thyroid, or hypothyroidism, is one of the most undiagnosed and misdiagnosed health issues. The most common form of hypothyroidism in the U.S. is Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, which impacts an estimated 14...

This weekend flew by for me and I'm trying to wind down and enjoy the last bits of it this evening. It was a busy one! I celebrated my cousin's Bar Mitzvah, worked on some recipe development + blog posts and met my girlfriends for brunch this morning. Despite the busin...

When I put on a big pot of soup to cook it's because I want to eat something warm, hearty and comforting. I'm one of those rare people who enjoys eating soup year round, even in the middle of summer. Weather is in great flux this time of year and Chicago is experiencin...

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