The holidays are truly upon us. The first (and most challenging perhaps?) of which is Thanksgiving. So in the spirit of weight and health maintenance, we wanted to share a few meal ideas to inspire you.
This time of year, we have numerous requests for a warm breakfast option that still provides a high level of satisfying protein. Protein pancakes can be a great way to satisfy both needs. Bonus that they can be made in bulk for easy weekday grab-n-go or even frozen for use later.
Squash is a perfect accompaniment to a cozy fall meal. Here are three ways to incorporate it into your meals and add more color and phytonutrients to your favorite dishes.
As harvest time rolls around this year, we may find ourselves scrambling for goodies that are both nutritious and portable. Instead of picking treats made from pounds of sugar, artificial colorings, additives, and preservatives, let’s go for ones with natural ingredients or make our own!
If you are working from home for the foreseeable future, you’re likely finding it helpful to prep your lunches in advance just as you did when you were going into the office. It’s an effective way to make it that much easier to make a healthy choice in the middle of a hectic day.
If you are anything like me, you are always looking for ways to make overall healthy choices while not spending your whole night in the kitchen. Here are my 3 favorite family-friendly, super-fast weeknight fall meal combinations to try…
Its officially October, so you know what that means – it’s officially Pumpkin season! While it has been the major trend for the last decade, pumpkin’s nutritional profile is something to marvel.
While fad diets are a dime a dozen, the truth is one size does not fit all when it comes to nutrition. In fact, when it comes to losing weight, your dietary needs are just as unique as you are! If you’re tired of trying diets that simply won’t work, check out some reasons to consider a customized diet program.
Herbs are spices are a great way to add flavor to your meals without the extra calories. Several of these herbs and spices are also good sources of antioxidants.
There is the ever so slight chill in the air at dusk, kids are back to (virtual) school, signs of summer are coming to an end. I can’t think of a more appropriate symbol for autumn’s start in Washington State than the all mighty apple. For our September shake of the month, we are featuring […]