Want a fueling, nutritious breakfast that’s ready in a flash? I can’t wait to hear what you think of this cottage cheese parfait recipe, with a base of whole grains, cottage cheese, and clementines. This blog post was sponsored by the folks at belVita. I don’t know about you, but my weekdays are crazy busy! Ever since I started my business a couple of years ago, life has been a whirlwind.
Looking for a sweet Valentine’s Day appetizer with no added sugar? This delicious crostini recipe is heart healthy and perfect for American Heart Month. Thanks to the folks at Welch’s for sponsoring this blog post. February is one of my favorite months. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and so is my anniversary with my boyfriend. (We had our first date four years ago, just after Valentine’s Day!) It’s also Heart Month.
If you want to improve heart health, you're in luck because I'm about to share a heart-healthy diet menu. These heart recipes contain a surprise ingredient, canola oil. Is canola oil good for you? Absolutely!
Running is a fantastic exercise for boosting cardiovascular strength, but it's not the only way to keep your heart healthy. I'm not a big runner myself, but years ago, I had the opportunity to train with my friends over at Runner's World. Here, I learned that the food we eat is just as important as physical activity. Luckily, some of my favorite recipes (like this Wild Blueberry Peanut Butter Smoothie) make the heart-healthy list! Wondering which foods you can add to your plate to protect your
Heart Health Month is here! Hooray. This cause is near to my heart, since both sides of my family have a history of heart disease. As a registered dietitian nutritionist, I like to create yummy recipes that also happen to be heart healthy. (What kind of RD would I be if I didn’t?)