Stop counting calories, obsessively dieting, and feeling guilty about food.

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Eat more real food instead. Delicious food. Food from home. Food you intuitively know is going to fuel you and feed you and make you feel fantastic.

What’s that? No time? No idea where to begin? Great. I’m glad you’re here.

Getting to know your food , and becoming comfortable sourcing, preparing, and consuming it, are key pieces to the puzzle of lifelong wellness. Of course, this can be tricky when we seemingly have no time, we’re paralyzed with food-fear and we can’t find our way around our own kitchens. 

The recipes and information I share here are intended to take away some of the kitchen intimidation factor. Our site features whole food, vegan, gluten-free, family-friendly recipes [lots of ideas for quick weeknight meals!], which are especially created for the novice cook (and those new to a plant-based way of eating). They’re also intended to be shared with children, in the spirit of cultivating adventurous, whole-food loving kids from the very beginning. If you’re on a journey to work all kinds of deliciously real food into each day, and discover the recipe for energy, vibrancy, and uber-confidence,  you’re in the right place. 

I am all about eating like you love yourself (because you should!). I focus on simple ingredients, primarily nutrient-dense plants (that is, plant foods that pack a big healthful punch of nourishment in every bite, without the addition of artificial or processed junk). More great-quality you-supportive foods mean more potential to live vibrantly and energetically. The quality of the food we eat each day matters. All food isn’t created equal. 

When we make our own vitality a priority by consistently choosing to eat in a way that nourishes and supports us, we can better understand our relationship with eating and break down the blocks that hold us back from feeling the best we’ve ever felt. No calorie counting. No restriction. Just eating more awesomely more of the time. 

I invite you to take a peek around at the recipes and articles on the site, and reach out if you have questions. I would love to chat! 

The kitchen is a great place to start growing healthy habits. Visit your farmers’ market, roll up those sleeves, and get cooking.

Then be prepared to feel fabulous. 

 

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simple sugar-free cooking (the best cookbook I’ve found yet).

Over a year and a half ago, a health coaching colleague recommended I check out the I Quit Sugar program from Sarah Wilson. Like Sarah, I was a sugar addict. Like Sarah, I didn’t look like a sugar addict. I

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Why Eating is an Act of Self-Love [expert series].

[I am excited to share this insightful guest post with you today, written by the effervescent Alexis Meads of Crazy. Wild. Love. Check out her credentials and her website below -- enjoy!] Self-love is one of those “trendy” phrases that