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EGG SEASON

  One of my best friends has chickens. Not just any old chickens but chicks that have been fed organic feed and veggies since they hatched. Her eggs, much like…

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Egg and Avocado on Sweet Potato Toast

My assistant, Jenny, and I were talking about the cleanse that I’m collaborating on next week, (that’s with Dr. Frank Lipman, at 20% off! Cleanse Kit and workshop) and she…

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Seasonal Butternut Squash Soup

One of my dear friends had a birthday last weekend, and I volunteered to make a soup to start off her celebration dinner at my neighbors farm. Butternut squash is…

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Apple Crisp, Healthy Style

  It’s challenging to get my son and his friends to eat a healthy breakfast; last week I watched as a bowl of local apples gradually withered on the kitchen…

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3 Holiday Hacks you need to do now

The Yuletide is here, and as my friend says, party, party, party! So, how do you keep your energy high, and avoid gaining the holiday “10”? These 3 nutritionally stylish…

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Strawberry and Rhubarb Smoothie

  I hosted a smoothie workshop for members of our US Congress to go along with Earth Day celebrations on Capitol Hill recently, and our goal was to keep the…

Ginger Turmeric Tonic —New!

There’s a lot of buzz about turmeric these days. Touted for its anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric supplements are a hot new trend. Try to buy this root fresh when you can find it, or use the organic powdered version that can be purchased in the spice section of your store. (check out my spice tray here) Ginger root is also anti-inflammatory, and has the added benefit of soothing the stomach, too. (yes, ginger ale that contains real ginger actually does work!) This DIY tonic combines both of my favorites for a drink that not only tastes great, but cools inflammation before it can begin. It can help to calm joint and muscle aches, and keep you limber; my athlete clients are all over it! I write about herbs that are beneficial in my book, Discover Your Nutritional Style and both turmeric and ginger get an A+ from me. In this morning drink, we add black pepper, too. Pepper increases the bio-availability of turmeric, meaning your body will absorb it easier and better. This recipe was created by a team member here at Nutritional Style, Jenny, who also adds coconut oil to her morning drink, giving it a creamy texture. Healthy fats…

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Belly Blast Smoothie, for Preggers

  by Ryan Argentieri for Nutritional Style My dear friend, and Marketing Director whiz-gal, Ryan Argentieri, is getting ready to give birth any day now. Happy Mother’s Day, Ryan! In…

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How to Tailgate…healthy!

  Tailgates, fundraisers, graduations…It’s spring, and if you’re like the crowd I hang with, you’re ready to get out and play. However…those party pressures might bring up some issues. Like…

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Vegetable Stir-fry with Cauliflower Rice

  This dish is from Dr. Lipman’s kitchen, where his wife is an amazing cook. It’s truly a favorite of mine. Loaded with fiber and phytonutrients, this is a healthy…

 
 
 
 
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