In January, I visited my friends and colleagues at WISH-TV’s IndyStyle to feature my tips and recipes for clean-eating meal planning. If you are new to my page, my five clean food rules are: Natural state: The less foods are processed, typically the more beneficial nutrients...Read More
Michelle advises adding more vitamin C and tomatoes to repair skin damage from too much sun exposure.
Michelle's non-beef dishes include protein-rich plants and the right amino acids to help build muscle.
Hi all! Hopefully by now you’ve all dived into reading my book Clean Eating for Busy Families. If not, it’s pretty easy to at least peruse the introductory chapter on clean eating. What are your thoughts so far about Clean Eating for Busy Families? The number...Read More
Talking to the Experts: Clean Eating Q and A with Michelle DudashRead More
Foodnetwork.com recently featured clean eating expert Michelle Dudash and her new book Clean Eating for Busy Families. Read the full interview to learn how to get you and your whole family to eat clean. Talking to the Experts: Clean Eating Cookbook Author Michelle DudashRead More
Join me for lunch, chatting, and cooking in the kitchen! Come alone or bring your girlfriend or family for this fun, informational and educational class. Learn my secrets to getting clean eating meals on the table in minutes. Clean Eating for Busy Families Cooking Class...Read More
Today my cooking segment appeared on Good Day FOX 4 in Dallas, where I demonstrated how to make my clean eating Oatmeal & Cherry Breakfast Cookies with Almonds. I also showed my Quick-Fix Trail Mix Snack Bars, which are a great make-ahead recipe for...Read More
Michelle Dudash, chef nutritionist and author of the new cookbook Clean Eating for Busy Families, weighed in as a guest contributor to the hot discussion of clean eating via the Twitter chat #rdchat. The chat was moderated by registered dietitian Janet Helm on December...Read More
Sponsored post People ask me, “Where did you get the recipes for your book?” I suppose that’s a reasonable question. Not every RD is a chef and some authors partner with chefs or professional recipe developers, or both, to create recipes. For people like me:...Read More