Remember those days your mom would urge you to finish your greens. It's for good reason! Green leafy vegetables have are a gold mine of nutrients. If that's the case then how come Americans eat greens only about once or twice a week? Why are cabbage, turnip greens, and spinach rarely seen at the American … Continue reading 5 Genius Ways To Eat More Greens
There are certain women who you connect with on social media that you just know you're going to click with even though you haven't formally met. That's how I felt about my now good friend, Christine . She's a total boss lady and works as a killer real estate agent with The Agency, but she's also … Continue reading An ELEGANT, HEALTHY, EASY Mediterranean Red Snapper Recipe!
If you're looking to cut calories but still want to have your cake, this all natural watermelon cake is what you need. My sister in law had gestational diabetes during her second pregnancy. So when it came to celebrating her birthday she decided she still wanted cake but not the traditional kind. Thats where this … Continue reading No Bake Watermelon Cake
It's been really difficult to sneak in veggies and other antioxidants in my 5 year old's diet. That's why I love these smoothie bowls made by registered dietitian Luisa Sabogal, RDN, MS, CDE. It's filled with antioxidants, healthy fats and fiber from the pumpkin seeds, spinach, banana, coconut milk and oatmeal. You can read about … Continue reading Kid Approved Breakfast Smoothie Bowls
Today on our herb garden series I talk about how to maintain your herbs so you reap the benefits of fresh aromatic cooking all season long! Watering Tips: Use a spouted can or a hose (for big pots), and add enough so that the water starts to drain through the holes. Container plants are thirstier … Continue reading How to MAINTAIN Your Herb Garden.