Mighty Cauliflower and Recipes

Cauliflower may not have been your first favorite vegetable, but it may become the star of your spring meals after you learn more about its remarkable reservoir of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytochemicals. With its many nutritional benefits, cauliflower is officially a Superfood. ▪ Cauliflower is rich in healthy vitamins and minerals, including beta-carotene, lutein,…

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GF Cabbage Noodle Beef Stroganoff

Being gluten free can be a challenge for some people.  I know for me it was way more difficult to be gluten free when I first started.  Now after several years, I’m always trying to find a loving upgrade to a meal that isn’t gluten free. “A loving upgrade?” you ask?  Yes, a loving upgrade…

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Is Sugar Toxic?

Wow, I can’t believe it’s almost January 2017. It’s amazing how time flies.  The old saying that the days are long, but the years are short sure holds true this year.  The weather and school days off has especially made it feel this way. This time of year can be frustrating and tiresome, so how are…

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Right Now, Check Your Posture, Really!

Weird headline isn’t it? But really, right now check your posture?  I don’t mean overall, I mean how are you sitting, standing?  Are you slouching over your computer or device as you read this? It’s pretty probable that you have your shoulders rolled forward and your neck bent down with your chest compressed and your…

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How Food Logging Supports Your Health Goals & Cauliflower Rice with Naan Bread Recipe

When working with my clients we do some fun eye opening investigative work that provides a wealth of knowledge to the client and to myself.   One of the daily exercises is to maintain a food log.   Participating  in this daily exercise provides so much information to the client about what’s working for them…

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What’s For Dinner? Chicken Recipes.

That question – “What’s for dinner” can be one that is discouraging or so satisfying. Many of my clients share with me their frustration in meal planning and getting healthy, balanced meals on the table without spending so much time and energy to get it done. I love coming into the house and the smells from…

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Grain Free Banana and Cashew Muffins

Having simple yet grain free foods to consume is key to maintain a gluten or grain free lifestyle.  We are always gluten free and mostly grain free.    Having healthy option available always allows for better choices to be made.   Planning is key in order to stay on track and attain your health goals.…

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A Healthy Halloween? Is it Possible?

At Inspiring Health, we believe in celebrating holidays and having fun, but, this task is not always easy to accomplish.  I know that it can be done by setting loving boundaries to upgrade our favorite treats.  We all need to spend a little time on planning, prepping and providing options for our children and our…

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Steps to Beat Your Cravings!

Are your food cravings all in your mind? Do men and women crave the same foods? There are a lucky few who only occasionally experience food cravings and can satisfy them with a regular-sized serving. But many become fixated on food cravings daily… that piece of chocolate, bowl of ice cream, chewy cookie or salty…

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Eat Your Greens with Fabulous Recipes!

Did you grow up hearing your Mom or Dad telling you to eat your vegetables? If you have kids, is this one of the important pieces of advice you try to pass down from generation to generation? It should be! And yet, according to the CDC, 90% of Americans don’t eat enough vegetables to reap…

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