Are you nervous about the holiday weight gain?

                No worries!  Learn how to enjoy the holiday season without needing a bigger belt. Get a handle on your health while enjoying the sweets of the holiday season. Holiday Special…. Receive a 58% Savings on 4 Nutrition Discovery Sessions with Beth Schupanitz, Registered Nutrition Consultant & Certified Health…

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Healthy Alternatives to do Halloween without Candy!

Before children Halloween was a fun holiday to celebrate.  However, I was an adult and adult parties are a lot different, especially since I wasn’t responsible for anyone but myself. Now that I am a Mom  and a Registered Nutrition Consultant, I have a hard time all year long teaching my kids to eat healthy…

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Easy Crockpot Marinara Sauce!

My husband and I have been teaching ourselves to garden for the past 6 or so years.  We have too boys and they eat as much we do.  So not only are we looking to save some money on our grocery bill, we also want the highest quality nutrient dense foods to eat. We grow quite…

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Vegetable Garden Kale Salad

Vegetable Garden Kale Salad by Beth Schupanitz, RNC, CHHC Vegetable toppings for the Kale Salad Ingredients: 4 medium tomatoes diced 1 large onion 1 cup sliced mushrooms 1 cup diced zucchini 2 tbsp coconut oil 1 tsp sea salt 1 tsp black pepper 3 cloves garlic minced / pressed Directions: In flat skillet put the…

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Could Skipping Breakfast Lead to Good Health?

I’ve been doing some Intermittent Fasting for the past several months and supporting some of my weight loss clients on this way of eating.   We have seen some really great results, such as, bloating going away, more energy, sleeping better, clearer thinking and of course weight loss.  We do the IF with Cultured Whey…

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5 Delicious Ways to Add Chia Seeds to Your Diet

  Re-posted from Integrative Nutrition 5 Delicious Ways to Add Chia Seeds to Your Diet You’ve likely heard about the amazing health benefits of chia seeds. You may have even wondered if they are as good as they sound. Well, they aren’t – they’re even better!First used by Aztecs in Central America more than 4,000 years…

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Gluten Free Finger Foods

This summer I’ve had more families contact me to support them in changing over their household to gluten free, then in previous years.  Two families have young children with learning issues and their doctors advised them to go Gluten Free to support a healthy gut and improve upon their childs “food mood connection”.  Another family…

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Spring Asparagus with Added Greens Soup

Asparagus is a plant that takes a long time to grow.  Usually about 3-4 years before you get a good crop.  Asparagus is one of the first symbols of spring, due to it being in season during the spring time. Asparagus is packed full of health benefits. 1.  It’s loaded with great fiber, folate and…

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Cook Once, Eat Twice or Three Times or Four Times

This morning, I knew we had an action packed day planned, so I thought I better get a hearty breakfast in my family. Whenever I cook, I usually make extra to freeze for another meal in the future.  In the past couple of weeks, I had made a few frittata’s, (eggs, lots of veggies and…

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Eat This? Instead of What?

When working with my clients, I get the question all the time, “I can’t have _____ “(fill in the blank with your favorite processed or harmful food) Now, I don’t like to dwell on what foods, we can’t have.  Instead I like to say we are going to crowd out those foods, and replace with…

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