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As a Holistic practitioner, I believe that every person is unique, and create highly customized Diet & Lifestyle Plans – to effectively suit each individual. Based on the understanding that all aspects of a person’s health are connected, I also consider multiple areas of an individual’s life including:

 Cooking Habits • Physical Activity • Energy Levels • Stress Management • Sleep Quality • Relationship with Food

During our One-on-one sessions, I provide personalized nutritional information, health guidance, organizational tools, and ongoing support – to help you successful meet and maintain your health goals!

 

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Latest Recipes

Dark Chocolate Dipped Almond-Stuffed Dates with Pistachio & Orange.

Sweet and sticky dates are nature's ultimate candy! Wonderful on their own, and even more delicious when jazzed up like this. Stuffed with crunchy toasted almonds, dipped in slightly bitter dark chocolate, coated in nutty pistachios, bright orange zest, and sea salt - this plant-based recipe is rich in flavor and nutrients. Naturally 'packaged' in individual-sized portions, these stuffed dates are a small, yet satisfying treat - composed of wholesome ingredients. To me, it is perfectly healthy to enjoy a homemade plant-based dessert like this on occasion - as part of a balanced diet!

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Savory Turnip Tart with Sweet Red Onion & Fresh Dill.

Inspired by a potato and dill dish my Eastern European grandmother used to make, I decided to recreate this comforting childhood recipe using lower glycemic turnips instead of starchy potatoes - for balanced blood sugar. Thinly slicing the turnips, and slowly baking them, helps to release their natural sweetness, and cut the subtle bitterness of this seasonal root vegetable. While my grandmother's bake contained plenty of vegetable oil and margarine, I lightened up the dish by using just a couple tablespoons of heart-healthy olive oil. Incorporating sweet red onion was another adjustment I made to the recipe - for additional flavor, texture, and nutrients. The fresh dill is what really makes this recipe reminiscent of my grandmother's version, offering aromatic freshness and savoriness!

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Double Peanut Oatmeal Cookies. A Healthy Plant-Based Dessert.

These delicious and nutritious cookies are made from whole unrefined ingredients, with no added processed sugars, oils, flours or animal products. The rolled oats and peanuts provide plant-based protein, fiber-rich complex carbs, and good fats - for steady energy. Instead of using processed sweeteners, I used whole dates and a little maple syrup - both optimally healthy options. Creating your own 'flour' using whole rolled oats and peanuts, offers more nutrition, and results in a lower-glyemic dessert. No need for added oils in this recipe! just natural peanut butter, which is packed with nutrients and rich flavor. While these cookies are meant to be enjoyed as a special dessert, these cookies ARE healthy enough to have for breakfast or as a snack. They may taste indulgent, but they are much healthier than any store-bought cookies!

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Whole Food Plant-Based Focused

BENEFITS OF MY HOLISTIC APPROACH

 

Whole Food Plant-Based Diet

Digestive Health

Balanced Energy Levels

Stress Management

Sleep Quality

Cooking Skills

Organization Tools

Healthy Relationship with food