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Quinoa Buddha Bowl

Have you tried a buddha bowl yet? They are popping up on menus around the country and made up of large quantities of nourishing, fiber rich vegetables and hearty whole grains. Urban dictionary defines buddha bowls as “a bowl which is packed so full that it has a rounded ‘belly’ appearance on the top much like the belly…   Read More»


Simple Red Velvet Smoothie

This post is sponsored by Kura Nutrition. Sometimes I hit snooze too many times and don’t have time for breakfast. Oh, that happens to you too? However, I will die if I head off to the office without stuffing my face with something so skipping isn’t an option. By 10am I’ll be moody and irritable and…   Read More»


Summer Salsas with Mango & Papaya

Post and recipe by Arianna Soto, Nutrition Awareness Intern Summer is the season of papaya, mangos, and melons. I stock up and eat them fresh as much as possible but I also like to work them into recipes. Salsas are super refreshing and are perfect to take to barbecues or to top a fish taco or…   Read More»


Watermelon Kiwi Sorbet

If you guys haven’t noticed yet, it’s been a very hot summer! Time to bring in some refreshing recipes to our tables! I just made a delicious all-natural Watermelon Kiwi Sorbet with mint– doesn’t it just make you want to say “ahhh”? I recently wrote an article about mint and some unexpected health benefits it has. Mint…   Read More»


Goat Cheese & Pesto Wontons

Posted by Arianna Soto, Nutrition Awareness Intern Hello hungry college student, meet these easy, three-ingredient, delicious little monsters! I swear I drooled a bit while baking these. Everything just went into slow motion for me (so I was a little hungry). I didn’t know where to start! How much pesto? Is there too much goat…   Read More»


4-Step Pumpkin Bread

Post by Mary Curnutte, Nutrition Awareness Intern You need a game plan for a filling breakfast over your holiday break. DO NOT skip breakfast in anticipation of a big meal later, you’ll only end up getting overly hungry and eating more in the long run. Trick your family into thinking they’re getting a treat for…   Read More»


Triple Decker Enchilada Pie

One of my life goals seems to be trying to get my clients to eat more fiber. It’s rare that someone is meeting their daily need consistently (25  grams for women; 30 grams for men). On the days they are, I look to see what they’re eating. Apples, beans, massive salads, chia seeds, chickpeas… that’s the…   Read More»


Easy Feta Frittata

If you’ve seen my Instagram lately, you probably spied these cute little his and hers frittatas. I finally found a use for this teeny tiny cast iron skillet! We’ve been brunching in a lot lately, which is a huge switch from Texas life. While I’ll admit that I do enjoy the whole dress up in…   Read More»


Almond Butter Apple Chips

I’m known as the girl that brings the “healthy stuff” to meetings, but (I think!) everyone appreciates it. These Almond Butter Apple Chips were the easiest things to whip up (no cooking!) and look pretty impressive, right? You’ll need: 2 apples 1 lemon or 2-3 tbsp of lemon juice 3 tbsp of almond butter (or…   Read More»


Make Your Own KIND Bars… The Easy Way!

I can NOT stop eating these! You know those super yummy and healthy-ish granola and nut bars that go for $1.50 to $2.00 per bar? Well after all the experimenting in trying to find the best protein and snack bars I decided to see if I could make the perfect bar on my own. I saw…   Read More»


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