I shot this fun interview with a dear friend back in July. I find it particularly amusing that when I watched it for the first time, that little voice inside my head clearly remarked, “OMG I look fat.” And I’m a freakin’ Health Coach!
“Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God’s handwriting.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
You’re Invited! On Saturday, September 6th, I’ll be co-hosting a Beauty Food Brunch with Amy Height from The Ground Up Wellness. We’ll be serving up a mouthwatering 3-course meal with signature superfood smoothie pairings from my new line of organic superfood blends, called Gold & Glow.
This past weekend I taught a healthy dessert cooking class at The Seed festival, and had a table to sample my new smoothie line, called Gold & Glow (more on that soon!).
Have you ever looked in the mirror and said something so horrible and terrible to yourself, your mother would wash your mouth out with soap?
Cheesecake, ice cream, truffles, oh my! They may sound like a health coaches nightmare, but I’ll be whipping up all of these decadent desserts at a cooking demo on Saturday, August 9th at The Seed Experience in SoHo at 1pm.
I went absolutely bananas at the Union Square Farmer’s Market this weekend! Everything looked so good! As I was stuffing my tote with all this seasonal goodness, I realized that absolutely everything that’s in season also happens to be on the ingredient list for Ratatouille, one of my favorite dishes. It smells amazing and instantly. . .
My favorite white sugar alternative is coconut sugar, either as liquid (called coconut nectar) or crystals (called coconut sugar).
Hemp milk is extremely easy to make, and it not only tastes better, it’s more economical than store bought hemp milk.
One of my favorite smoothie recipes was featured on Ivanka Trump’s blog last week. I’ve been sharing my health tips with her, including starting your day with a protein, nutrient, and fiber packed smoothie like this one.
You know I adore anything green and herbs are no exception. They pack such wonderful flavor, plus have the added benefit of being extremely detoxifying and nutritious. Herbs instantly elevate any dish, and in this case, help turn a plate of pasta into a healthful meal, as opposed to a reason for guilt.
Just this week, a client brought me an empty bottle of a new juice she found at Whole Foods and really liked. It was all natural, made from real fruit and comes in a convenient (and pretty) single serve bottle. Is this OK? she asked. So, of course I put my food detective hat on and took a. . .