The following blog posts are categorized under Diets & Healthy Eating

salad_vinegar_dressing 06.05.2014

Apple Cider Vinaigrette

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is good for you in many ways; it helps to balance your PH level because it’s alkalizing, it aids in detoxification, it fights candida and yeast,…

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5 Healthy Tips for Weight Loss

Just tell me what to do.. I hear that all the time from clients. And while I really believe that it’s up to YOU to Discover Your Nutritional Style, (coming…

04.25.2014

Vermont: Leading the way in GMO labeling

April 23, 2014 was a momentous day for America’s food system. Please read the attached letter from Jeffrey Smith, long time advocate for GMO labeling and awareness, opponent to Genetically Modified Foods, and Founder of the Institute for Responsible Technology.  Dear Holli, Help me celebrate two of Vermont’s heroes who were instrumental in passing the nation’s first unrestricted mandatory labeling bill for GMOs. Senator David Zuckerman and Representative Carolyn Partridge describe the amazing efforts, which spanned more than a decade, resulting in this unprecedented, game-changing new law. They also describe what you can do to help their state with the expected legal challenge by big biotech and/or the Grocery Manufacturers Association. Here’s the quick facts: 1. Starting July 1, 2016, products sold in Vermont that contain more than 0.9% GMO content contamination will require a statement on the label indicating that genetic engineering was used. 2. Products that contain GMOs and are labeled can NOT also label their products as “natural.” 3. The bill does not apply to labels for milk, eggs, and meat from animals fed GMOs. 4. Unlike the bills passed in Connecticut and Maine, Vermont’s bill does not require other states to pass similar legislation before it…

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Getting ready for my closeup

  I had just finished writing my nutrition book this past winter, and shortly after sending in the final edits, it was time to schedule a photo shoot. Incredibly, my…

Summer Vegetables-broccoli, tomatoes, cuke, celery, broccoli, pepper, lettuce, eggplnt 04.08.2014

Foods to make you (even more) beautiful

  “I can spot your clients from across the room.” “What do you mean?” I asked “They glow, there’s something about them, they’re gorgeous. I can spot the girls that…

Oils 04.01.2014

What’s in my…Healthy Oil Collection?

  You need healthy fats in your diet to help with digestion, elimination, cellular health and your heart. The right kind of healthy fats will make all the difference to…

detox soup 01.21.2014

Winter Detox Soup

  Sometimes great ideas, (or recipes) appear in odd places. I walked into my local day spa last week, (yes, I am a weekly maintenance kind of girl) and the…

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7 Ways to enhance your Winter Cleanse

The thought of drinking only juice and munching on cold salads while the wind is whipping around our farm makes my fingers go numb. So how do you enjoy a…

holiday pic 12.30.2013

Eat that cookie, drink that prosecco!

  I’m over the white-knuckle nutrition approach to holidays. The shame and regret that I hear around the dinner table makes sharing a meal far from nourishing. And sad to…

12.18.2013

Dirty Little Secrets to Surviving Holiday Parties

It is possible to maintain your nutritional style and even thrive your way through the party season—just follow these tips! Eat first. Counting on your holiday office party to serve healthy food won’t always work, so be prepared. Eat something before the party begins to keep your blood sugar even and help you keep your resolve. If you walk in feeling hungry, you’ll end up having that extra cookie, or driving too many crackers into the gooey dip. Instead, eat a healthy protein at your desk or before you leave the house. The snack will stabilize your blood sugar and improve your personal staying power. Almonds, walnuts, nut butter on celery, a few bites of animal protein, or a Nutritional Style® smoothie all are great options. Choose whole foods. If you can manage to eat only or mostly whole foods when you go out, you’ll be ahead of the game the entire holiday season. Whole foods are foods with just one ingredient, such as celery, nuts, carrots, salmon, salad, and so on. That means avoid anything baked, goopy, creamy, oily, cheesy, or fatty, especially if you don’t know the ingredients. If you have to compromise, choose something that’s high in…

 
 
 
 
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