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Jennifer’s passionate interest in healthy cooking and fitness led to a desire to help clients create inspired whole foods for optimal wellness and to fuel their daily fitness challenges. The field of nutrition science is always evolving; Jennifer researches the scientific information and trends so you receive the current nutrition therapy.

Plantain Chips with Black Bean Dip

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I’ve been looking into new ideas for snacks lately. I like to have something that will keep my energy level steady while I’m working. The kids are always searching for something when they get home, so I like to have something ready that ...

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Lemon Almond Flour Bread

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If you are gluten free or following the Paleo diet, this loaf fits right in.I would describe it as a quick bread. It has that dense type of texture that breads leavened with eggs and baking soda or powder do.

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Eating Right for Pelvic Health: Tempeh Bacon

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There are many health conditions that can benefit from dietary changes but some are not the obvious diagnoses like weight loss, diabetes, or heart health. Pelvic pain is one of the lesser known conditions that can benefit greatly from careful meal planning ...

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Scarlet Morning Juice with Fresh Turmeric Root

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Turmeric powder is pretty easy to get your hands on. This form of the bright yellow peppery spice is commonly found in curry powder blends. The really good news is that in addition to adding a golden color to almost ...

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What’s More Important: Nutrition or Exercise?


Today I’d like to present a guest post by the always active Josh Anderson, personal trainer and the founder of Always Active Athletics. His site promotes the D.I.Y. lifestyle providing the support we need to keep our exercise and healthy ...

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Halvah Ice Cream

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One of my favorite treats as a kid was halvah. It’s an ancient candy made of tahini (sesame seed butter) and honey with a flaky, dense texture.  The dessert is pareve–neither meat nor dairy-in terms of Kosher dining. I wanted to ...

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Garbanzo Beet Patties

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You’ve just gotta love the color of red beets. Magenta. You might tell me that you don’t like their earthy taste, but you can’t say they aren’t one of the prettiest colored vegetables, right? If you do prepare red beets, check ...

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Green Summer Soup

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I’m not going to post something red, white, and blue. You will find plenty of that if it’s what you’re after. I wanted to share something that I felt might be helpful to get some soothing food on front of ...

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