Post Archive: September, 2015

Food as information

While listening to the Evolution of Medicine Summit this week, time and again I heard the speakers say “food is information” or refer to food as information for the body.  I’d heard this before in the nutrition school I attended but for some reason it resonated differently with me this time. I think there are some key adjectives most of...

Winter Favorite – Lentil Soup – Part II (recipe included)

I love this soup!  Maybe because it came to me courtesy of a dear friend and her family or simply because its super yummy?!  Whatever the reason, I love it and it never fails to hit the spot! Serve with a leafy green salad for a complete and well balanced lunch or light dinner. #AbundantlyDeliciousDetoxApproved! Lentil Soup a la Bassano...

Got Bloat? Read this.

Ever wonder why some people can eat carefree and still have a flat stomach, yet others (maybe you?) suffer from chronic belly bloat, no matter how much they count calories? Feeling and looking bloated is one clear indicator that something you are eating does not agree with your body. Wouldn’t it be great to find out what that “something” is,...

Winter favorite – Vegetarian Chili – (recipe included)

I’m not a fan of the cold.  I don’t much enjoy winter. With one exception – the colder months allow me to enjoy some of my favorite dishes like chili!  It’s the right mix of spicy, warm, hearty and comforting. This time around I experimented with the ingredients and combined it with a new alternative — fresh baby organic spinach!...