Registered Dietitian, Certified Diabetes Educator
Hi there! Welcome to my blog! If you are confused with all the conflicting messages you get bombarded with every day on carbs, fats, proteins, gluten and anything you can think of related to nutrition, look no further! The purpose of my blog is to cut through all this clutter, utilizing scientific, evidence based guidelines to help you, the consumer, navigate the complex, dietary landscape, and thus empower you to make informed decisions.
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- Tirangi (tricolor) modak (sweet, steamed rice dumpling with coconut and jaggery), Vegan, gluten free.
- Spring greens, apricots and quinoa salad with easy, peachy dressing! Vegan, gluten-free.
- Gut friendly, Very-Berry Yogurt Parfait
- Spinach-pesto pasta salad with fresh, sweet corn and cherry tomatoes
- Scrumptious, spicy, shrimp stir- fry
- Light and savory dumplings: Momos, vegan.
- The low-down on lycopene: Find loads of it in this spicy-tangy, tomato chutney!
- Sweet potato noodles with broccoli, mushrooms and garlicky marinara sauce; gluten free
- Quinoa-Chickpea stew with carrots, tomatoes, and a hint of basil
- If You’ve Replaced Olive Oil with Coconut Oil, You Must Read This
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- Can you eat and exercise your way to a smart brain? Don't miss the results of promising new research!
- Apple-cinnamon-flaxseed kefir: Is kefir the new super food??!
- Six strategies for successful weight management, and the surprising science behind some of them!
- Easy, cheesy, English muffins with scallions, red peppers and mushrooms.
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Tag Archives: peppers
As crocuses start peeking from behind fronds of grass, lawns turn a lush green again, and the unmistakable sights and sounds of spring fill the cool, crisp, New England air, my heart fills with joy as I look forward to … Continue reading
Scrumptiously simple, and simply scrumptious: These versatile little beauties are perfect for brunch, as appetizers before a party, or as a wholesome, after-school snack for hungry kids! Crunchy scallions and red peppers are blended with mushrooms, a hint of cheese and placed … Continue reading
Season’ s eatings!! : Add a splash of red and green to your holiday brunch with this festive fritata, which is surprisingly easy to assemble. Packed with protein from eggs and cheese, phyto-nutrients from cauliflower, peppers, garlic and spinach, the … Continue reading