Nutrition Expert’s Carb Crazed Day

Any day I have a full slate of work and can be productive in my pajamas is a good day. Sure, I love to be in front of the camera in all my glory, with teased hair, an extra layer of makeup, and painfully...
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On Television: Tuesday’s Sonoran Living Segment

After a relaxing three-day weekend, I hit the ground running delivering a live television segment Sonoran Living, ABC15 in Phoenix, a show I appear on regularly. First, I woke up early to blog, accompanied by my morning cup of Joe in a new mug my friend...
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Easy, Breezy Leftovers Kind of Day

Let’s see, what did I eat yesterday? What city was I in? Oh, yes, I languished comfortably at home wrapping up work before yet, another trip. A perfectly ripe peach (we’re in peak season folks, so get them while you can) sat on the countertop and I...
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It’s-Just-Another-Recipe-Testing Monday

I’m back to reality at home for a couple of days, and it feels good to be playing catch-up in my home office and eating in my familiar kitchen. Now if only I could get Scarlet back on Phoenix time, instead of one hour...
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Babies, Books, and Barbecue

Yesterday was the perfect mommy/daughter day, complete with three meals together at the kitchen table, and a day of activities that would make Mister Roger beam. Before getting out of bed this morning, I bought myself a few more minutes by giving Scarlet bananas in a bowl...
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How a Nutritionist Eats While Traveling

If you have children, you know that flying with youngsters is about survival. Your sole purpose while transporting your precious doll is to prevent other people within 5 feet of you from hating you by the end of the flight. So, you download your...
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Milk Rant: Why is milk so hard to find in kid-friendly places?

I’m a mom now, you know. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans uncovered how the top nutrients people in this country are not getting enough of include vitamin D, potassium, calcium and dietary fiber. Milk offers up a healthy dose of three of these nutrients,...
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How to Get Your Kids Involved in the Kitchen

Kids are natural assistants in the kitchen. They enjoy sharing the duties that put together family meals. Cooking with your kids is also a great way to help them develop healthy eating habits, build confidence and early skills of independence. Often, kids feel proud...
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