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It’s rare for anyone to get an hour to explore their wellness goals with a trained professional. As an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, I create a supportive environment that enables you to articulate and achieve your goals. I use practical, highly effective coaching methods to guide you in discovering which approaches works best for you, in creating the life you desire, the life you deserve!

No one diet works for everyone, no one life works for everyone. I abhor lists of restrictions, and preaching on about good and bad foods and habits. I coach my clients to explore basic improvements and implement gradual changes that work for them. It is all about guiding you to find the food and lifestyle ways of being that best support you. As the pieces accumulate, the changes collect, and create massive impact, they create the happier and healthier you! 

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Leftovers Your Kids Will Eat For Lunch!


Who doesn't get tired of sandwiches for lunch? Here are some great dinner ideas that double as great brown bag lunches. Good for the grown ups and the kids!


1. Spicy Leek Meatballs

If your kids don't like spicy, simply omit the chilies.


2. Rice and Beans

So simple we often forget about this easy dinner, and even easier lunch. There are not too many kids out there who won't gobble up a bowl of rice and beans....especially if there is a dollop of sour cream or yogurt on top. Add some cut up veggies on the side and lunch is done!


3. Roast Chicken and Veggies

As is works just fine,cold chicken and roasted veg are actually delicious.

If you have a child that shuns leftovers, simply dice the chicken and veggies, add a little mayo and stuff it in a pita or wrap.


4. Quiche and Frittatas

Any kind of baked egg dishes usually go over well with children, and there are so many great variations...

Classic broccoli cheddar quiche...

This one has a rice crust...

This one is a little decadent, and requires a bit more time... but so good...

Frittata is basically a crustless stovetop quiche that is finished in the oven. Super easy dinner and great served cold the next day...


5. Burritos

Just make sure you prep extra ingredients the night before and then wrap them up in a cold tortilla in the morning.


6. Pizza

What kid doesn't love pizza!

To learn more about how to feed your family well, without breaking the bank, contact me today for a free initial consultation!



What To Do With All That Zucchini!

Anyone with a garden, or friends with a garden, know that zucchini abounds this time of year. It is a prolific plant and if you grow your own you are sure to be familiar with the age old question of what to do with it all!?

So, here are a few ideas...

Simple Zucchini Saute
This is one of my go to side dishes this time of year. Keep it simple or play around with some of the optional ingredients to jazz things up a little.

Maple Zucchini Muffins
Zucchini makes muffins moist and delicious!. Remember not to over stir your muffin batter, it makes them tough.

Zucchini Smoothie
This is a great way to get veggies into your breakfast. Add some hemp hearts for a little protein and healthy fat boost.

Zucchini and Mushroom Quiche sans Crust
Quiche is great for any meal of the day! Make it without the crust for extra ease and speed!

Zucchini Fritters
These are always a hit with the kids and at potlucks. I love to serve mine with a little lemon juiced stirred into greek yogurt.

Zucchini Butter
So good on toast and in sandwiches. This is a great zucchini dish to freeze and pull out mid winter to tickle your tastebuds.

Of course, if you reach the point of zucchini overload, and you can not possibly stomach another bite, you can grate it and freeze it in 2 cup portions. Great for pancakes and muffins throughout the winter.

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