Low Carb Burger

Posted on June 16

Whether it's Father's Day, 4th of July or a BBQ pool side, you can still have a delicious burger and watch your waist line.
I made a jalapeno and onion grass fed burger topped with organic thousand island dressing, tomato and avocado nestled in a wedge of cold iceburg lettuce.
I will admit after my first bite, I thinned out the lettuce so it was easier to fold and eat.



Posted on June 13

There are 1,440 minutes in one day. If you sleep for 8 hours (480 minutes), you are left with 960 minutes.
If you just walk 30 minutes per day, you are left with 930 minutes.
The simple act of walking helps with pain management, bone density, mood, sleep, muscle tone, balance, lowering blood sugars and weight control.IMG 0267


Posted on June 09

Be sure to buy honey locally as it can help to boost your immune system.

Check out @twistedinfusionsfarms on FB.....the owner Heather is selling raw, unfiltered AZ wildflower honey from Buckeye.IMG 0812


Posted on June 07

For the months of June and July, I am offering a discount on grocery store tours. If you, or some one you know struggles how to grocery shop, read labels or put meals together, a tour around the grocery store can be of great help.

Tours are usually $175 when purchased alone, but I am offering this special for only $99.

Feel free to call or email with any questions or to schedule your tour today!

Red Produce

Posted on June 01

May's Produce Box Winner

Posted on May 30

Congratulations to Lauren C. for winning May's monthly produce box!unnamed

New Snack Bar

Posted on May 23

So looking froward to trying this snack bar by Health Warrior. I found it at Safeway for only $1.25.

Calories: 180, Fat: 12 grams, Protein: 8 grams and Net Carbs: 10 grams.ps-cs-2 grande

Frozen Yogurt vs. Ice Cream: Which is Healthier?

Posted on May 23

Ice cream is made from milk and cream, where as yogurt is made from yogurt, milk and sometimes cream.

To be labeled ice cream, it must contain 10% milk fat. There is no requirement for frozen yogurt.

Let's compare vanilla ice cream to frozen yogurt:

Ice cream: 130 calories, 7 grams of fat, 16 grams of carbs and 2 grams of protein.

Frozen yogurt: 120 calories, 2.5 grams of fat, 20 grams of carbs and 3 grams of protein.

*In yogurt there is friendly bacteria, but this benefit is lost as they are killed during the freezing process.

So.....when reading the nutrition facts label, it is important to look at the whole picture..... calories, carbs, fat and protein.

Personally, I would chose the ice cream here as the difference in calories is minimal but there is less sugar and more fat for better blood sugar balance.18581630 1885260565022003 8279477798411253824 n

Friday Funny....

Posted on May 12

Pesticides in Produce

Posted on May 12

The following produce has the highest level of pesticides and should be purchased organic to reduce your overall pesticide load from your food.




Cherry Tomatoes









Summer Squash

Sweet Bell Peppers

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