CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: plant based menu

Blogpost: Welcome to Eating Season

It starts with Halloween and ends New Year’s Day. Eating season. Temptations are everywhere. People bring their leftover Halloween candy to work or it fills lunch bags to get rid of the excess. Candy is on sale in the stores in giant bags. This leads into Thanksgiving and moves right along to holiday parties and […]
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Blogpost: Menus of Change

I would like to start by giving a big shout out to Chef Keith Mayer for supporting my plant based dinning out efforts. We began working with Chef Keith when we first started a Meet-up group of Plant Based Foodies. His restaruant was host to our Thanksgiving Meetup. Part of my nutrition education program has […]
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Blogpost: Let’s Talk about Breakfast

Nothing is without confusion. Should we eat breakfast? Should we wait until we are hungry? What about kids? Should they eat breakfast? I am a morning person. I didn’t use to be a breakfast person. Ok, I didn’t use to be a healthy breakfast person. Morning is peaceful. A fresh new day. The stillness as […]
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Quick Vegetable Bean Soup!

It is that soup time of year, no matter where you live! Dive in to this bowl of nutrient density, and have quick and easy leftovers for days! 1 pack of 15 bean soup mix (can be bought at this link on Amazon or in most grocery stores in the beans & rice section) 4 cups kale, […]
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Plant Based Chili

As the weather continues to get colder, turn to this traditional recipe made nutrient dense!  Ingredients 2 cans kidney beans 1 can pinto beans 1 small can diced tomatoes with chilies 1 can diced tomatoes 1 can plain tomato sauce 1 large green pepper 1 poblano pepper 1 box white mushrooms 1 onion 2 cups […]
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Healthy Recipe: Pumpkin Lasagna

In our house lasagna means tomato sauce but fall also means pumpkins. In Florida it is hare to appreciate much in the way of season change so people overcome this by decorating. Pumpkins have be a favorite part of fall for me and my family. Growing up, they were associated with pumpkin pie and pumpkin […]
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