Category Archives: Posts by Nadine

Color in a New Year

It never fails. Whenever a client asks “which foods are most protective” or “which foods are considered noninflammatory”, I find myself speaking about colors. In fact, I usually recommend eating at least 3 colors per meal.

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Savor the Flavors

Stop the presses! Too much salt in the diet…..is still bad for you. This time eating a high-salt diet might contribute to liver damage in adults and developing embryos. The research, just published in the American Chemical Society’s Journal of … Continue reading

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Biggest Loser

I am not a fan of weight loss competitions. Participants will do just about anything for the short period of  time necessary to get the pounds off. You cannot develop long term healthy habits this way. For my readers from … Continue reading

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By now you are probably tired of those c

By now you are probably tired of those creative recipes for turkey leftovers. This year dinner was courtesy of my employer as it was my turn to work the holiday. Now before you start feeling sorry for me, let me … Continue reading

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What’s For Dinner?

If you answered “beef”, you have chosen a delicious, nutritious, safe and sustainable meal. What a package! Surprised? I just participated in a 2 day Florida Beef “#Farm to Fork” tour in central Florida. We had the opportunity to visit … Continue reading

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