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New! Online Workshop with Holli

  I have something exciting to share with you, and to offer you a part in, so please read this carefully. Each season I try to look within myself to…


Bone Broth Primer

  photo courtesy of Brodo, NYC Bone broth, formerly known as old fashioned “stock,” has become the health tonic, du jour. And as we head into the chilly days of…

IPE awards us Top Blog for 2015!

  The Institute for the Psychology of Eating have named my blog one of their Best 100 Health Coach Blogs of 2015. I’m thrilled about this honor, and congratulations to my team for their hard work in helping me build this blog. If you’re not familiar with them, The Institute for the Psychology of Eating has an outstanding mission, which is to change the way we understand food, our bodies, and our health. They provide support and information for all dietary approaches, but one of their primary functions is educating health professionals about how to guide individuals through the most common and most compelling eating challenges; from body image to digestion, yo-yo dieting, and more. I’m in great company on this list of prestigious websites. Here are a few of my favorites. Elizabeth Rider Food Coach NYC Alexandra Jamieson Health Coach Quinn You’ll love this collection of blogs. It’s a great resource, I’m glad to be among them!

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Fresh peach Bellini’s

  Have you been to Harry Cipriani’s in Venice? They invented this cocktail called the Bellini, a mixture of fresh, local Italian peach nectar and sparkling Italian wine (you can…

Raspberry Pecan Chia Pudding

I spoke recently about superfoods and smoothies at an event in Washington, DC, and I was surprised at how many people had never tried, or even heard of chia seeds. Is that you? Chia seeds benefit us with anti-inflammatory properties; they’re a healthy source of Omega 3 fatty acids, high in fiber and protein, and smoothie lovers appreciate how they thicken naturally when these tiny seeds are added to liquid. They taste almost like old school tapioca pudding. Here’s my latest version of chia pudding. I prefer using liquid stevia to keep my sugar intake in check, but you can use whatever healthy sweetener you have in the cupboard. Fresh raspberries are abundant right now, and southern pecans make me feel like summer. Here’s hoping you love it! Ingredients 2 cup coconut milk 15 drops liquid vanilla stevia (note: you can substitute 2 tsp of maple syrup or honey if you desire) 1/2 cup whole chia seeds 1 teaspoon vanilla extract pinch sea salt 1 teaspoon raw cacao powder 1 cup fresh raspberries plus extra for topping 1/4 cup chopped pecans for topping 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon for topping Preparation 1. In a 1-quart mason jar or other container with…


It’s Strawberry Month!

  Did you know that May is National Strawberry month? I’m a great lover of this annual beauty, and now’s the time to enjoy. The planter on my back porch…


Meet Me at Digital Hollywood!

I’m speaking at Digital Hollywood this April, and for the first time ever they’re featuring 3 days of Health and Wellness seminars. I’ll be heading to Marina Del Ray, California,…

The Dirty Dozen Food Additives

  Part of the reason I wrote Discover Your Nutritional Style is because I believe that most of the physical, and emotional issues that people face today can be improved or eliminated by making changes to their diet. In my book, I call out the “Bad Boys” of nutrition, and that includes all processed foods. I’ve seen, first hand, the enormous difference that eliminating processed foods can make. At the very least, you owe it to yourself to learn what’s really in those foods, so that you can make an informed decision. It is guaranteed to surprise you. That’s why I love sharing the Environmental Working Group (EWG). They’re a well researched source of information about what’s really in our foods, cosmetics, cleaning products, sunscreen, and more. The EWG website is full of user-friendly information that’s easy to find, and understand. Best-known for their Dirty Dozen guide to produce, highlighting produce infected with chemicals and pesticides, the EWG has become a wonderful tool for living a clean and healthy lifestyle. I’ve referred to their informative guides over and over throughout the years, and you’ll find them in my book, as well. Now, the EWG has come to our rescue again,…


Popexpert “Live Better” Week

  It’s a new year, and you’re ready for more. But are you inspired by so many things, you’re not sure where to begin? Whether it’s healthy eating, mindfulness, weight…

Glowing Skin NYC Event

  Darling New York City gals! I’ve got an event for you this month. I’ll be the guest of the fashionable Charlotte’s Book on the evening of January 28th. I’ll sign my new book, and you’ll have so much fun meeting this special line up of experts! This is an event I can’t wait to get to, and I want to see all my New York ladies there. Here’s the savvy scoop: I’ll be appearing with Dr. Dennis Gross to speak about nutrition and your skin, hosted by Charlotte’s Book, the leading source of information in NYC for all things anti-aging, healthy, and holistic. They’ve asked me to come, and I’ll be bringing along lots of books to sign, just for YOU. I’ll be sharing the inside secrets from Discover Your Nutritional Style, and passing out free swag to everyone who RSVPs. The details: What: New Year, Renewed You Live Event Hosted by Charlotte’s Book When: Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 Time: 6:00-9:00pm Where: 900 5th Dermatology, 900 5th Avenue To RSVP: Email Gifts for those who RSVP: -Complimentary in-office peels by leading cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Dennis Gross -Complimentary hair and makeup by Glam Squad -20% off Le Trench fashions…


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