FAQ’s

What is gluten and do you feel deprived living gluten-free and 100% organic? Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley and rye as well as oats (because of cross contamination with gluten in the factories where they are produced). I have never felt deprived living gluten-free but I can remember what it was like … Continued

Zesty Macadamia Bison Balls

Earlier this week, I met with one of my clients and I decided to introduce her to bison…we purchased freshly ground bison from Whole Foods Market and went back to her apartment to create some tasty bison balls! After scouring her fridge, I came across freshly ground nut butter and opted to add that to … Continued

Goin’ Gluten-Free…and $25 Gift-Certificate Giveaway

Avoiding gluten, the protein found in wheat as well as grains rye and barley can be a challenge, but there’s no need to wave goodbye to your favorite foods.  If you suffer from gluten intolerance or Celiac disease, you can build your diet from vegetables, rice, corn, legumes, fruit and other tasty gluten-free foods. Vegetables, … Continued

Product Review: Dave's Killer Bread

A big thank you to the folks over at Dave’s Killer Bread for sending me a delicious loaf of KILLER bread. I have been eager to tell each of you about the delicious breads over at Dave’s Killer Bread. Dave offers a vast array of delicious and healthy breads: 21 Whole Grains Bread Powderseed Bread … Continued

Great Grains

  Move over pasta, hit the road potatoes! Make room for my Great Grains- they’ll not only add new flavors to your meal, but will provide you with fiber, as well. Say good bye to boring white rice, potatoes, and pasta.  Give the bye-bye to “white” starches and welcome in couscous, bulgur wheat, brown/wild rice, quinoa and barley.  … Continued

Protein

Protein is a component of food made up of amino acids (building blocks for major parts of a lean human body).  Amino Acids are crucial to the maintenance and daily regulation of our bodies.  Our bodies make our supply of amino acids, however, we also must get some from food.  As we all know, Protein comes in many different forms.  … Continued