27 Jul, 2015

Busting Myths about Protein


What are Proteins? What do they do? How much do I need to Eat?   Although proteins do not tend to be a macronutrient that is demonized as much as carbohydrates and fats, there are still a lot of misconceptions about proteins. So let’s get right to it. J Protein = meat, meat = protein [...]

Busting Myths about Protein2017-03-31T11:28:54-06:00
9 Jul, 2015

Busting Nutrition Myths: Fats!


A Licensed and Registered Dietitian on what we should know about FAT-   No fat, more fat, low-fat, high fat, don’t eat this type of fat. Confused on what fats you should be eating or not eating? Read on for some back-to-basics information on fats and how to use this information in your diet.   First and [...]

Busting Nutrition Myths: Fats!2017-03-31T11:28:55-06:00
8 Jul, 2015

Busting Nutrition Myths – Carbs!


Busting Nutrition Myths: Carbohydrates   As the first in a series on our macronutrients (carbs, fats and proteins), we are tackling the myths surrounding carbohydrates.   Quickly, what the heck are carbohydrates? Well, folks, they are more than just bread. Carbohydrates are the most direct form of stored energy from the sun. Plants, through the [...]

Busting Nutrition Myths – Carbs!2017-03-31T11:28:55-06:00
10 Jun, 2015

Meal Planning Tips and Tricks


With work, school, kids, sports, keeping up with housework, spending time with family and friends, and all other activities that we want to take part in, its no wonder so many people feel like there is no time to eat healthy. The good news is that eating healthy doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. [...]

Meal Planning Tips and Tricks2017-03-31T11:28:55-06:00
26 May, 2015

Vacation Planning: How to Not Lose Sight of Your Health Goals


Vacation Planning: How to Not Lose Sight of Your Health Goals   It’s summer! Yay! The weather is beautiful (up until we hit the blazing heat of summer here in Albuquerque), the sun is shining, and it’s the time to be outside! This is also the time of year for vacations. Vacations can be tricky [...]

Vacation Planning: How to Not Lose Sight of Your Health Goals2017-03-31T11:28:55-06:00
17 Apr, 2014

Salmon with Sorrel Yogurt Sauce


Sorrel is a tart, slightly sour spring herb. You can substitute watercress or arugula, if you'd like. The bread helps thicken the sorrel sauce for a consistency that is similar to pesto. Ingredients Sauce: 1 cup coarsely chopped fresh parsley 1 cup chopped sorrel 2/3 cup water 1/2 cup chopped fresh chives 1/4 cup coarsely [...]

Salmon with Sorrel Yogurt Sauce2017-03-31T11:28:55-06:00