I’m often asked what my tricks are for eating a healthy, whole diet. So I wanted to share with you the #1 way that I guarantee that I’ll uphold my diet – meal planning. Read more
This lightened up version of the classic Chicken Francese is sure to be a family favorite. Read more
I’ve got your new breakfast go-to — a smoothie! They’re quick and simple to whip up, and are packed with tons of nutrients! Best of all, you can take them on the go when you’re rushing out in the morning. This week I was inspired to make the perfect seasonal smoothie using kale and peaches from the Farmer’s Market. Read more
Picture this, it’s Christmas morning and you’ve just opened up the new toy you’ve been waiting for and just can’t put it down. Well, that’s been me for the last week but that toy is a…. spiralizer. Yes, really. This is my new favorite kitchen item so I had to share my new “go-to” spiralizer recipe! Read more
I was hosting a few friends for dinner and wanted to make something fun and flavorful so I settled on Asian Chicken Lettuce Wraps. Read more
I love to entertain but hosting with a new baby makes things a bit more challenging. So I do what I can to make the process as easy as I can for myself while also making sure what I’m making is healthy and delicious – just like this hummus app.
During the summer, we try to spend a lot of time on our deck and like to grill as much as possible. It’s so easy, mess free and I always think the end result is so flavorful. Most of the time, I’m guilty of throwing on a protein with oil and seasonings and conjure up some easy sides to go along with it. One of my favorite sides for summer is a Watermelon Feta salad – it’s light and healthy, refreshing and delicious!
OK, “enchiladas” may be stretching it but this tasty, carb and dairy-free dish will fulfill any Mexican craving because quite frankly, the sauce is to die for. Read more
Healthy eating has become a priority to me since my diagnosis. As explained in Food for Thought, I try to restrict carbs and sugars from my diet since there’s a strong correlation between what you eat and how you feel. So, my cooking philosophy is pretty simple: I cook easy, low carb/sugar, nutritious meals in 30 minutes or less. Read more
It probably comes as no surprise that eating healthy is part of my lifestyle. Even before being diagnosed with MS, I never ate fattening or unhealthy food regularly but I did give myself liberties that I no longer do today. My diet now mainly consists of proteins, vegetables and some fruits and I try to avoid carbs (especially those with high sugar content) and gluten as often as possible… Read more