Private Nutrition & Exercise Therapy

Food is a wonderful thing, and also, a sensitive subject. The world today is lost in, and consumed with, conflicting nutrition information, pseudo-science, new fads, trendy superfoods, and supplements. It’s easy to feel confused about how to live a balanced, healthy lifestyle. However, I believe that you possess the power to become your own nutritionist, and I am here to lead you along the way.

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Sourdough Bread

This sourdough bread recipe is the ultimate guide to making your own sourdough bread! You’ll be amazed by the tangy flavor, beautiful chewy crust, and perfect texture. Ready to get your hands dirty? Making homemade sourdough bread is one of the most satisfying, transformative things you can do. It’s tastier, cheaper, and more nutritious than […]

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New Zealand South Island Travel Guide: Including the “Can’t Miss & Must Do” Places!

During my husband & I’s New Zealand Road Trip, we spent 2 weeks in the South Island and 1.5 weeks in the North Island. We fell completely in love with this country as it is our #2 favorite place in the whole world!  Every corner you turn is something new and completely breathtaking.  This is […]

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Things to Know Before You Travel to India

ia is the seventh largest country in the world, and is unlike any other. It truly is an exciting place to be where twenty religious streams flow together and any visit to India will be immersed in spirituality. It’s diversity, history, religions, population and rapid growth to a modernized society leaves it culturally colorful.

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The Best Things To Do in Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is currently the most travelled to city in the world, and for good reason! The street food is the best in the world, it’s home to the largest weekend market in the world, and is in a great location with the Chao Phraya River running through it adding some charm.  There is a lot […]

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Travel Guide to Mandalay, Myanmar

Mandalay is the second-largest city in Myanmar and is considered the center of Burmese culture. You’ll find many unique pagodas here and can enjoy views from U-Bein Bridge and Mandalay Hill.  Set aside 2 or 3 days to experience everything this city has to offer. Things to Do Mandalay Hill This 790 feet high hill […]

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A Registered Dietitian’s View on Macro Counting & Reasons Why Macro Counting Might Not Be a Good Idea

This post has been long waited for. I’ve had many requests for my opinion on this topic, but truthfully it’s taken me a while to write because I wanted to find the best words to clearly explain my feelings. Before I start, please keep in mind that these words are strictly my opinion that has […]

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Fast & Easy Homemade Raspberry Swirl Ice Cream: No Churn Needed!

This Fast & Easy Raspberry Homemade Ice Cream is the perfect, refreshing summer dessert.  It’s smooth, creamy and packed with delicious freeze-dried raspberries. This recipe really is the epitome of summer desserts. It’s cold, fresh, creamy…does it get any better? YES—actually it does! This recipe uses minimal ingredients and equipment. All you need is: A bread loaf pan (for […]

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Cilantro Lentil Hummus

This Cilantro Lentil Hummus is made with lemon, coriander, cumin, and fresh cilantro adding the perfect Hispanic flare.  It makes a delicious snack to take to work or school, and would be a great healthy recipe to make for a Super Bowl party or potluck.   Like traditional chickpea hummus it has sesame tahini, olive oil […]

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The Ultimate & Affordable Travel Guide for Seattle

Seattle is one of my husband’s and I’s favorite cities! We have travelled there twice this past year, and will be going back again next summer. Seattle has so much to do and see, but it comes at a cost.  Just go there and you’ll see what I mean…parking is crazy expensive & everything at […]

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