All Posts Tagged: nutrient dense

Healthy Recipe-Granola Topping

I call this a topping because used any other way would be adding too many calories and fat to your day.  Granola is often perceived as a crunchy healthy cereal.  Virtually all commercial granolas have added oil as well as sugars.  This is a recipe that I have modified from the raw food cookbook of […]
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Podcast Episode 140: with Ken Botts of the US Humane Society

Welcome and thank you for listening. Today I feature Ken Botts. He is the food service and sustainable food system strategist of the US Humane Society. His tag line is appropriately making the world a better place one plate at a time. He realized eating predominately plant based helped him perform better in his sport […]
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Blog Post: Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal! 

     Variation in your meals is key to a balanced and enjoyable diet. Plant based nutrition provides a multitude of flavors, tastes, and nutrients to make variation a breeze to achieve! Changing your routines with the season is a fun way to get creative with your meals, while keeping your interest up in the […]
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Blog post: Everyday is a pearl; you just have to look for it.

I love how everything works out for a reason and if we can just take a moment to observe our environment we can learn a little pearl of wisdom each day. During the day while meeting with a patient, she expressed her frustrations of becoming plant based. She shared her social environment was that of […]
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Podcast Episode 134: Plant Strong Ironman

Welcome and thank you for listening and following me.  The Ironman race is over and I completed my fifth Iron distance race.  This is actually a little longer than usual.  It is a 2.4 mile swim, a 116 mile bike ride and a 26.2 mile run.  I feel great, now.  I discuss the details in […]
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How Can This Help Me?

I often try to emphasize healthy choices over “comfort food” selections when it comes to food choices.   Right away healthy congers up tasteless or at least not sweet, salty or fatty that we think of with the “comfort” food selection.  The word comfort gives us permission as though we are caring for ourselves.  The […]
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