The Fall is my favorite season. Check out what I’ve been up to along with some of my favorite healthy holiday recipes as we head into Thanksgiving in my November 2017 Newsletter. Weekly videos are up and running, so be sure to check out my site and YouTube channel every Tuesday to see what’s new […]

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Check out my October 2017 newsletter and view my new Rainbow Bean Salad recipe video PLUS a chance to win a peanut butter gift pack!

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Have you tried Sunflower Oil? Some of the health benefits of this amazing oil include: 380 degree smoke point (GREAT for cooking!) High in Monounsaturated Fat High Omega 9 High Levels of Vitamin E Great for your skin Heart-healthy Light, nutty flavor Sunflower oil is great for: sauté, stir fry, deep fry, and baking add […]

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Check out my September Newsletter here in case you missed it. Lots of great links to a new video and an article about cooking oils.

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Seriously, Which Cooking Oil Should We Be Using? Cindy Kuzma Aug 11 2017, 1:00pm Not all fats are created equal. Fanny packs and shoulder cut-outs may be back in—but fortunately, the fat-phobic diet of the ’80s remains out of style. Health experts now largely agree we need more of this macronutrient in our lives than […]

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I partnered with Think Jerky for this giveaway and post. As always, my opinions remain my own. I enjoy snacking and this time of year, I’m always looking for easy, healthy, delicious ways to eat when I’m traveling or on the go. I love jerky, which is full of protein and easy to carry anywhere. […]

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Check out the July/August issue of HEALTH Magazine and the 26 shortcuts to slim “A to Z Summer Shape-Up” article. I contributed these Five Tips to help you stay healthy over the summer! First up is A for 🥑 Next up, P is for Probiotics And don’t forget my other favorites, U, V, and W

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When you think of root vegetables, do you automatically picture potatoes, carrots and onions? While these veggies are classic favorites, they can also be a bit uninspiring. Luckily, the cold weather brings some delectable and underutilized root vegetables to the forefront. Try something new in your cold-weather cooking and branch out into turnips, rutabaga, celeriac, […]

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Winter is prime time for snowy sports like skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating, but it can also sap your motivation to exercise and eat well. Or do much of anything besides sleep and eat carbs—what New Year’s resolutions? If this sounds familiar, you may be suffering from the “winter blahs” or seasonal affective disorder (SAD), […]

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