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How Do You Transition to a Whole Food’s Lifestyle?

With 2016 on the horizon, new goals and resolutions are likely to transpire. Regardless of whether or not you believe in resolutions, enhancing your nutrition & changing your lifestyle to live a fuller, healthier and brighter life in 2016 and beyond is a...

Holiday Mason Jar Granola – RECIPE

The holiday season is full of festivity and gift giving. My favorite way to spoil my friends and family is with a few homemade treats. I like to pack this granola into glass mason jars and tie it with a pretty ribbon or piece of yarn. If I’m feeling extra festive,...

Sassy Sautéed Veggies with Romanesco – RECIPE

Romanesco, also known as Roman Cauliflower, is a gorgeous veggie that many people have either not heard of or haven’t tried before. It has a similar flavor profile to broccoli since it’s in the broccoli plant family. It’s rich in vitamin C and carotenoids, supporting...

Chewy Ginger Cookies – RECIPE

  Ginger snap cookies are an all time favorite in my house. I like to make a big batch of the cookie dough and freeze it so I have it on hand for easy entertaining or a quick weeknight sweet. The smaller you make these (smaller than what you see in the photo),...

Flour-Less Pie Crust – RECIPE

The cooler months call for foods that are both comforting and warming. But how do you satisfy your need for comfort, without compromising your health or your waistline? With whole foods of course! One of my favorite comfort foods is pie, be it pumpkin pie, apple pie,...

Holiday Pumpkin Pie – RECIPE

When the fall season hits & the holidays approach, I start dreaming of everything pumpkin. Their deep, orange color indicates the presence of carotenoids, which break down into vitamin A in the body.  Vitamin A will help rejuvenate the skin, but also supports the...

5 Tips For Surviving the Holidays

Pumpkins are abundant, people are merry and houses are bright. It’s the time of year for festivity, good food and good company. The only problem… it’s easy to over indulge, compromising your health and sabotaging your efforts. The key is to head into the holidays with...

Orange Kissed Cranberry Sauce with Ginger – RECIPE

I’d take homemade fresh cranberry sauce over the canned processed jellies any day of the week. Not only is homemade better for you, the flavor is ridiculously fresh and robust. Ginger lends a zesty spice, while the orange adds a bright quality to the tart cranberries....

Tangy Pomegranate Vinaigrette – RECIPE

Pomegranates not only are deep red and gorgeous, but they’re loaded with antioxidants and vitamin C, perfect for the fall and winter seasons. This luxurious dressing is rich, creamy, slightly sweet and perfectly tangy. Use it to top your favorite salad or try it on my...

Festive Kale Salad With Pomegranate Vinaigrette – RECIPE

In my opinion, the best part about holiday dinners is the sides. This salad is a hearty, vibrant and colorful dish, full of fall seasonal favorites such as squash, pomegranate and pears. It has the perfect complement of sweet and tangy flavors that kale will for sure...

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Welcome to the Nourish to ReplenishTM Community!   Optimizing your energy, restoring/retaining your health, reducing cravings and creating a lifestyle start by enhancing your nutrition.   What you put in your body will determine how good you feel and how...

Falling For Leaves, Gourds & Soup – RECIPE

This is my favorite time of year! The vivid burnt orange, fiery red and golden hues that are abundant in both the leaves and vegetables bring a FESTIVE autumn SPIRIT that awakens my desire for butternut squash soup, pumpkin pie and roasted mixed squash. These deep...