The following blog posts are categorized under Food & Beauty

Audrey Hepburn 04.30.2014

Audrey Hepburn says so…

  “I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to…

4759 04.17.2014

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…


DIY:: Aloe and Frankincense Moisturizer

Years ago, I met a woman in NYC who had the most gorgeous skin I’d ever seen. It wasn’t just that it was wrinkle free; it was flawless and clear. I couldn’t resist asking for her secret; did she have one? It was something that I don’t normally do. Her reaction told me it was question that she’d been asked many times. Her mother had raised her to use aloe juice on her skin, something that she’s done every day of her grown-up life. I’d seen the wonder of aloe on myself at a young age after a terrible sunburn, but she confirmed it for me. You can use aloe straight, or for some additional healing and anti-aging benefits, incorporate the warm and spicy aroma of frankincense like I do. Frankincense is known for improving skin tone and conditioning the skin. It helps prevent wrinkles and even heals scars. It’s a luxury oil, but works well in small doses. My client, Shane, loves this oil as a wrinkle fighter, and uses it several times a week combined with aloe or coconut oil smoothed on her skin. Ingredients 1 cup pure 100% aloe vera gel 10 drops frankincense oil Gently shake…

starter kit 08.28.2013

Your Nutritional Style Starter Kit

  Ever wondered what a health coach or nutritionist would recommend just for YOU? I’ve been offering one-on-one nutrition coaching for years, but recently I changed it up. I doubled…

Holli action2 07.15.2013

How to Shop at a Farmers Market

  It’s peak produce season, and the local farmers markets are bursting with produce, with varieties that you just can’t find at your grocery store. Now’s a great time to…


How a Juice Cleanse Brought Mr. & Mrs. Thompson closer

My husband and I recently did an eight-day juice fast… not a big deal for me, as a nutrition coach, but a pretty big step for my hub.  His idea of “green” was sautéed spinach and eggs, and healthy food means his morning protein smoothie.  But green juice?  Never. It turned out to be a pretty big deal for our marriage.  You’re probably familiar with the physical effects of cleansing or juicing.. glowing skin (wow- like a moonbeam), weight loss (a good five for me, eight for him—darn those men), increased energy (energizer bunny- after two days for me, the entire time for him-darn again),  and clear thinking; but not much is said about the emotional piece. There’s a big part of the cleansing ritual that rocks our emotional world. The more intense the cleanse + the longer you go, the more profound your experience may be. Juicers should come with a warning: Proceed at risk.  Juicing may put you in touch with long forgotten emotional issues you’d rather leave dormant. Each time I cleanse, I’m surprised at the insights, revelations and forgiveness that surfaces.  Old thoughts come in, sometimes days of negative stuff, comments, hurts, offense, fears. Why am I…

Modern-Woman-pages_00041.jpg 06.20.2013

Age Proof Beauty

  When USA Today asked me to me one of their “Age Proof Beauties”, I was flattered, but when I saw their “Modern Woman” magazine on the newsstands over the…

Jane Fonda 06.07.2013

70 is the new 50

  The number “70″ kept popping up last week. Not 70 pumpkin seeds, but 70 as an AGE, and it inspired me to sit down and wrap my head around…

Coconut all ways 05.25.2013

The Many Uses of Coconut

It occurred to me the other day, as I was cooking with a couple of different coconut products, that I probably use some part of this marvelous nut each day….


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