The juiciest, most refreshing salad to eat all summer long. A perfect mix of sweet and savory flavors, this salad is great served as a starter, or can be mixed with a grain such as quinoa (as seen here) for a filling, hydrating, and nutritionally-balanced meal - the quinoa and feta would provide . . .
Oh my gosh. THIS OATMEAL. If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I love making stove-top oatmeal with mashed banana and chia seeds. It makes for the creamiest consistency and gives a perfectly sweet taste without the need for added sugars. This is one of my signature breakfasts, and it's . . .
Zucchini noodles (“zoodles”) are the perfect healthy alternative to pasta, and a great way to sneak in some extra veggies. Zoodles are low in calories, high in fiber, full of nutrients, and can be enjoyed hot or cold depending on your mood (and the weather). This avocado pesto is one of my . . .
Hi guys! I'm so excited to share this post with you today - it's my first time posting about a nutrition topic and my first time making an infographic, too! I decided to really start with the basics here, and to cover a topic I've taught many times while volunteering in the hospital and at . . .
One of my go-to meals when I need something quick and healthy is a frittata. Not only can this dinner be thrown together in 5-10 minutes, but it's an excellent way to use up any veggies in the fridge that are starting to look a little past their prime (especially those leafy greens)! Frittatas . . .