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Food Prepping Ideas

Posted on April 04

Food prepping for the week is so helpful when you are busy or get home too late to start cooking.

I like to make items that I can mix and match to create different meals out of left overs.

I baked boneless, skinless chicken thighs that were lightly coated in olive oil, salt and pepper.

The acorn squash I baked and mashed with butter and cinnamon.

The spaghetti squash I simply cooked in the microwave.

I sauteed mushrooms in butter and garlic and mixed with a spicy marinara sauce.

Meal combos:

1. Chicken and acorn squash
2. Mushroom marinara over "spaghetti"
3. Mushroom marinara and chicken "spaghetti"
4. Mix pre-bought pesto in the "spaghetti" and mix in diced up chicken to make a pesto and chicken "spaghetti"food

Omega 3

Posted on March 30

Notice that four of the symptoms have to do specifically with brain health. Your brain depends on you eating fats called EFAs or essential fatty acids. They are called essential because the body can not produce them and it is essential that you include them in your diet.

The following are high in omega 3:

Flaxseed
Fish oil/Fatty fish
Chia seed
Walnuts
Fish roe
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Shrimp and Vegetable Stir Fry

Posted on March 28

Last night's shrimp and vegetable stir fry was beautifully enhanced by the red bell peppers and yellow squash that came in my produce box last week. #Twisted Infusions Farms

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Produce Box Winner

Posted on March 24

Congratulations to Megan J. for being the first winner of HMD Nutrition's monthly produce box giveaway!
Thank you Twisted Box for supplying the produce and be sure to check out Heather Szymura at www.twistedinfusions.com.1st winner

Health Journey

Posted on March 21

You do not owe any one an explanation of why you are trying to make healthy changes. If you feel resistance from family, friends or coworkers, speak less often of your intentions and lead by example.journey

Wild Caught Salmon

Posted on March 16

Don' be afraid to check out the frozen section for protein. I typically but everything fresh, but having back ups in the freezer can come in handy. This was is the freezer next to the meat and fish department. I was pleased how healthy and delicious it was. I made as side of mashed sweet potato and cauliflower.
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Breakfast Bowl

Posted on March 15

I have noticed a trend of protein bowls or breakfast bowls in restaurants. I absolutely love this idea so I started making my own at home and I am looking forward to being creative.
I made this bowl with organic, refried black beans, spinach scrambled eggs, salsa and goat cheese.bowl

Evolution - Cold Pressed Green Juice

Posted on March 08

A client brought this new product to my attention. It is a cold pressed, no sugar added green juice. The whole bottle is only 100 calories and 22 grams of net carbs. It can be found at Sprout's, Starbucks and some CVS stores. Try a half bottle in the morning with some eggs if you do not have time to juice your self.

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What's in the Fridge?

Posted on March 02

The first step to improving your food intake and your health is nutrition education, application (practice) and consistency.

The next step may be learning why you eat. Do you turn to food when you are stressed, bored, sad, lonely, frustrated or looking for something to do?

Evaluating why you eat can be just as important as the education itself and remember you are not alone in your struggles with food.unnamed

Modern Market

Posted on February 28

I am so happy that a Modern Market has opened very close to me. I like how the menu and receipt shows the calories in the food and I love the term "nutricate"....to nutritionally educate.1

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