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February 3, 2021

Body image in midlife: How to improve yours

Trigger Warning – this blog post explores body image, body dissatisfaction and includes reflective questions to explore your own body image. If you or someone you know would benefit from additional support, contact NEDIC or a regulated health professional to access resources to support you. Most women’s body image in […]
November 17, 2020

Fast food: Slow down to speed up (a meal prep strategy that works)

Does this look like “fast food” to you? Sometimes you need to slow down to speed up. This meal prep strategy “slow down to speed up” can work wonders for busy weeknights. With so many activities being cancelled, most people’s lives have a different level of busy-ness than what they […]
November 3, 2020

Nutrition in peri-menopause & midlife: Is it time to renovate your approach?

Nutrition in peri-menopause & midlife: Is it time to renovate your approach? Peri-menopause and mid-life is a time in a woman’s lives where her world is changing. The children in her life may be growing up. She may be questioning her career path. She may be craving new intellectual challenges. […]
October 29, 2020

So your body has changed in midlife…now what?

Midlife is a time of change. Our hair, our skin, our bodies don’t work as well as they used to. From vague annoyances like heartburn or poor sleep quality, to more significant disappointments like injuries, fatigue, chronic illness or mental illness… our chaotic nutrition and lifestyle no longer optimally supports […]
March 29, 2020

No-Bake California Prune Power Balls

This post was written in sponsored partnership with our friends over at California Prune Board, helping me to help YOU energize YOUR nutrition. All opinions written here are my own. If your body’s energy is like a cell phone, what percent battery life do you have by the end of the […]
September 12, 2019
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Curried Seafood Stew

This Curried Seafood Stew is fast to make and delicious to slurp! This recipe is versatile. You can use the fish and seafood that you have and that you like. I have used scallops in place of mussels. For a heartier meal, I have served this with fresh corn, boiled […]