Staying Healthy This Winter Season

Staying Healthy This Winter Season

We’re well into flu season and it is certainly not a pretty one. With several people feeling ill and sick all around us, how do we stay on top of our health? The tried and tested suggestions include staying hydrated, listening to your body, loading up on Vitamin C, essential oils and more! I thought … Continue reading “Staying Healthy This Winter Season”

Protein Packed Energy Balls

Protein Packed Energy Balls

One thing I love to do is find different ways to increase protein in my meals. Sometimes I make protein shakes, sometimes I add collagen powder to my morning oats, and other times I like to bake with ingredients that help provide a powerful punch per serving. Voila! I was thinking about how I want … Continue reading “Protein Packed Energy Balls”

Recipe: 3 Ingredient DIY Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

Recipe: 3 Ingredient DIY Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups

Healthier Peanut Butter Cups (…For Halloween!) Ingredients: 1. ½ cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 2. 2 TBSP Extra virgin coconut oil 3. ½ cup crunchy peanut butter Note: I like to use Nuttzo peanut butter because they have a nutritious nut/seed butter blend full of healthy fats and antioxidants. Directions: 1. Line a 6-cup muffin tin … Continue reading “Recipe: 3 Ingredient DIY Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups”

Recipe: Cocoa + Coconut Chips Energy Bites

Recipe: Cocoa + Coconut Chips Energy Bites

I have been seeing TONS of recipes for energy bites all over the internet.  Sometimes I even get the targeted video recipes from Health or Tasty Buzzfeed.  A recent one from Well Done inspired me to concoct my own.  We always have dates on hand from visitors coming from India who transit through the Middle … Continue reading “Recipe: Cocoa + Coconut Chips Energy Bites”

Recipe: Cauliflower Pancakes

Recipe: Cauliflower Pancakes

One of the best ways for the whole family to eat their veggies are by integrating it into baked dishes. I love baking muffins that include vegetables and fruits. In this case, I wanted to make a gluten-free, wheat-free pancake version with the added nutrition and fiber from cauliflower. This recipe was a little more … Continue reading “Recipe: Cauliflower Pancakes”

Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins

Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins

Truthfully, this recipe came up because I wanted to eat something healthy and nutritious that also didn’t make me feel heavy given the summertime heat. That’s why I used Greek Yogurt for this recipe. It’s a great way to boost moistness while adding protein and healthy fat. The recipe is super-simple and is perfect to … Continue reading “Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins”

What Kind Of Snacks Should A 6-Month-Old Eat? Dietitians Weigh In

What Kind of Snacks Should a 6-Month-Old Eat Dietitians Weigh In

Quick breakfast hacks

Quick Breakfast Hacks

How Does Gestational Diabetes Affect Your Baby? Experts Weigh In

How Does Gestational Diabetes Affect Your Baby Experts Weigh In

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip

Just because super bowl and football season is over, doesn’t mean that dip season is over as well.  Dips are a creative way to get in your vegetables at social gatherings.  However, most traditional dips contain high amounts of sodium and fat.  By making dips with Greek yogurt, you increase the protein and add a … Continue reading “Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip”

8 Celebrity Eating Tips That Are Actually Pretty Legit

8 Celebrity Eating Tips That Are Actually Pretty Legit

We had experts vet celeb’s go-to food advice to see how they stacked up. Whether on the red carpet or on the way to the gym, it’s a pretty universal truth that celebrities tend to look great. And if they look great, they must know a thing or two about eating healthy too, right? After … Continue reading “8 Celebrity Eating Tips That Are Actually Pretty Legit”

Recipe: Rainbow Parfait

Recipe: Rainbow Parfait

I was recently inspired by the hot weather in Mumbai for a nutritious snack that would taste good, keep me full, and contain healthy ingredients.  The parfait is also a good option for breakfast or if you ate a light dinner, it could be considered for dessert as well. Since I am in India, the local … Continue reading “Recipe: Rainbow Parfait”