Sharing the science of food and nutrition to achieve an enjoyable and healthful eating routine
Recipe and Menu Development
Moving nutrition guidelines to the table to provide an enjoyable meal.
Communicating nutrition guidance in easy to understand, exciting soundbites!
Translating food and nutrition regulations to food products with labels that consumers want and the government allows.
Nutrition for Performance
The right nutrition for the best performance requires a credentialed pro.
As a Registered Dietitian, I find joy in helping people understand why the science of food is so important to our overall health.
Talking with people about their health goals and introducing them to fundamental nutrition concepts is something I love to do. I explain the science of food in a simple, but factual manner – whether I am feeding my family, working with colleagues in an organization, or assisting a company. Food and nutrition are a significant part of our culture, our connection to family, and our path to health!
The Everything Mediterranean Diet Book: All You Need to Stay Healthy and Lose Weight
The Mediterranean Diet continues to prove to be a well-balanced approach to healthful eating. The tips provided in this book can help you begin to shift your eating plan to a more plant-based approach.
Superfood Nuts: A Guide to Cooking with Power-Packed Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans and More
Most of us think of nuts as an easy, quick snack option. Scientific evidence supporting the health benefits of nuts makes it clear that they should be something you think about when menu planning. Learn to use nuts for the flavor, protein, and variety they provide with the recipes in this book.
The front of a food package is all about one thing – selling the product. Do you know how to read through food label messaging?
You might read that title and thought What!!!!! The fact is that you can enhance a meal with canned beans, they even work for a snack, and they boost nutrition at the same time.
Spring flowers draw lots of attention for their beauty, but spring also brings – the Season of Fruits and Vegetables!
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