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December 9, 2014

Nutrition Coaching A Single Mother and Daughter – Day 2

Today Sylvia went to school with the lamb in the butternut squash soup inside a thermos. In case she didn’t like the lamb we included a hard-boiled egg …

December 7, 2014

Nutrition Coaching a Single Mother and Daughter – Day 1

This post is the first in a series I’m publishing over the next 10 days. It will be about my experiences with a client that has hired …

November 29, 2014

Eat Fat to Lose Fat

Perhaps the biggest paradigm shift for those of us transitioning to a whole foods lifestyle is learning that saturated fat is good while processed and grain-based carbs are bad. For most …

November 18, 2014

How Can Bread Be Bad For Me?

Abstaining from gluten-based breads is one of the biggest objections I hear from clients. The notion that whole grain bread is healthy is deeply entrenched but quite flawed.  You …

November 2, 2014

The Importance of Cooking for Oneself

This article is geared towards those of you who don’t want to spend much time cooking but do want to eat high-quality healthy food. I’ve had a …

October 20, 2014

Ancestral Diet in Brief

My friends and family have been impressed with how healthy I’ve become by eating an ancestral diet. As they’ve asked me how to incorporate it in their own lives I’ve …

October 13, 2014

Why Am I Eating Bad Food?

One of the reasons I became a nutritionist was to help people be healthier; to minimize the chance of getting a degenerative disease and avoid discomfort or pain because …