Fuel: Apple Blueberry Oats

Creating one of my favorites. Apple Blueberry Oatmeal. It’s super simple and I do this every week – for the week. Namaste 🙂 Couple cups of oats (my favorite are steel cut oats) coconut milk / almond milk 1/2 cup frozen blueberry 1/2 cup chopped apple extra seeds: I use hemp, chia, flax and itContinue reading “Fuel: Apple Blueberry Oats”

FUEL: WHAT’S IN YOUR FRIDGE?

FUEL: Stuff We Put In Our Body WHAT’S IN YOUR FRIDGE? Certainly, there is no need for it to look like the photo. Open up the door and take a good look. What’s in there? Is there anything “old and mold” you can get rid of? Any over processed and heavy sodium items you wantContinue reading “FUEL: WHAT’S IN YOUR FRIDGE?”

FUEL: Salmon, Rice and Sprouts

Poached Salmon, Basmati and Wild Rice, Sauté Brussels Sprouts Poaching is easy and a clean way to eat salmon. First, I like to salt and pepper the water then add a little olive oil to help it stay moist. Depending on the size of your fillet, it won’t take but a few minutes to cook.Continue reading “FUEL: Salmon, Rice and Sprouts”

FUEL: Super Easy Sauté

Super easy Sauté Mushrooms, spinach, onion and tomato. A super easy side dish and wonderful in a grinder, sub, or hoagie. I love to mix this in with whole grain pasta or rice. Play around with your ingredients! Heat extra virgin olive oil in a salute pan, add all ingredients and cook until desired tenderness.

Yogurt and Berry

This is a favorite go-to-snack for me — greek yogurt with raw local honey, fresh berry and chocolate shards. It’s a great snack or dessert. Greek yogurt is thicker and richer than regular yogurt plus it has between 12 and 23 grams of protein depending on the brand you buy, so it’s really a goodContinue reading “Yogurt and Berry”

Holiday 2.0

5 Ways to Transform Your Holidays & Reduce Stress Create a routine Choose a time each day for your personal practice. Your practice could include meditation, exercise or taking a candlelit bath. Make it your personal time even if it is for 10 minutes! Reduce caffeine and sugar Over-consuming coffee, tea, sugar and processed foodContinue reading “Holiday 2.0”

Food Opts for the Week

Roasting peppers can be a good way to add to our go-to meals options for the week. Slicing them up and roasting on a cookie sheet in a 350 degree oven with a little olive oil and salt and pepper makes for great flavor additions to sandwiches, sides, eggs, or rice and potato dishes. AndContinue reading “Food Opts for the Week”

You’re a Peach

Fruit is a great snack to replace chips, candy or other processed foods. Some days I cut up an apple with peanut butter for a afternoon pick-me-up or have some berries, nuts and yogurt for a night-time snack. Here is one of my favorites this time of year – fresh peaches from the local farmersContinue reading “You’re a Peach”

Eggplant and Olive Oil

Enjoy roasting eggplant with a little olive oil…I keep it in the fridge after preparing and it lasts a few days. This is a good quick addition for me to use on a salad or in sandwiches or with some brown rice. It’s easy to roast just about anything and it’s fun! Namaste – the roasterContinue reading “Eggplant and Olive Oil”

Quick Summer Night Salad

It’s been so hot and humid the last few weeks, this has been a great go-to meal. Last night’s dinner: Egg, wilted kale, cherry tomato with basil, and cucumber – with lemon and olive oil. Mmmmmmm. I find all of these items at the local farmer’s market and vary what’s on the plate to whatContinue reading “Quick Summer Night Salad”