Why Fluids Matter

Did you know that an estimated 75% of U.S. adults are chronically dehydrated?! If that’s true, then most of you reading this post right now are dehydrated. Hydration is so important to our bodily functions that although humans can live a month or more without food, we would only survive several days without water. Benefits […]

Winter Holiday Salad & Homemade Dressing

I’ve been making this salad for my family at Thanksgiving for years. It started because I really wanted something fresh and colorful on the table to go with all the rich, delicious dishes that were already there. It was a hit. They’ve asked for it every year since. And now I’m bringing the tradition to […]

Roast Chicken, Stock, & Bone Broth

  It’s November, the weather is getting colder, we actually got a bit of snow here this last week and the days are definitely getting shorter. This is the time of year to transition to more cooked, warming foods, soups, and stews. One of my all-time favorites to make this time of year is roasted […]

Why Slow Food

We have to get back to the kitchen and start making our own food in order for true health to be achieved. It is so important that I encourage you to set aside at least one day every week, when you have the time, to make something from scratch. Make a lot of it so […]

Let’s Get Cooking

Unless we agree to get back to the kitchen and start cooking our own food, we will never be able to achieve true health and longevity. I believe this with all my heart and this sentiment is at the heart of what I teach. Cooking doesn’t have to be complicated or excessively time consuming but […]