1. Bone Broth

    Have YOU tried it? What’s all the hype about? I decided to give it a try because I’m weird and enjoy drinking hot beverages and eating soup on 100-degree days. I just prefer it, I know it gross but whatever, they sit at a different lunch table. Anyways, I like that it actually has some nutritional value, it’s easy to use in recipes and it’s even great on the go for a little protein drink. …Read More

  2. BBQ Pulled Venison & Spiralized Sweet Potato

    I LOVE BBQ. Yes, I have yelled that at the top of my lungs before while running past a BBQ restaurant. Coming home to a crockpot full of homemade bbq style shredded meat…is amazing. There’s just something about shredded protein that makes it so much better. Add some sweet potato and you have yourself a perfect comfort meal. Making the sauce at home keeps the junk out! It’s easy and a great w…Read More

  3. How to De-Stress

    What is YOUR stress about? Money? Work? Relationships? We all have it. We don't always realize how much stress impacts our health, eating habits and mood. A recent study showed women who were experiencing high levels of stress burned fewer calories after eating a fatty meal than their peers. YIKES! When we get worked up our flight or fight mode kicks in, changing our hormones and it can even slow …Read More

  4. Beef & Broccoli

    This classic takeout dish can be a healthy weeknight meal with a delicious surplus of veggies! My favorite thing to eat when I was little was beef and broccoli. Basically I would just lick the sauce off of the dish, ask for my fortune cookie and call it good. My eating habits have come along way but the sauce is still very important to me. This types of stir-fry is great because you can always use…Read More

  5. Steak Gorgonzola Over Zoodles

    Alright, real talk. I was a server at Olive Garden through grad school (judge me, whatever). Anyways, I loved the steak gorgonzola pasta, basically the richest, creamiest pasta dish on earth. So as a dietitian, of course I’m going to try and make it healthyish without it tasting lame. THIS RECIPE IS AMAZING. I replaced pasta with zoodles because lord knows this meal needed some vegetables and ad…Read More

  6. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Coconut Protein Balls

    Need a healthyish treat? Why not add some protein and whole food ingredients to some sime no bakes? Try these quick easy protein balls. Use them for a midday snack attack or an outdoor energy bite while hiking. Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Balls Cuisine American Prep Time 10 min Cook Time 10 minutes Servings 10-12 Ingredients 1/2 cup peanut butter (or nut butter of choice) 2 banana chopped …Read More

  7. Why You Should Try CrossFit (My Testimony)

    My testimony isn’t anything special. I was a D1 athlete, grew up, graduated and realized I didn’t have a coach or teammates making running bearable. I was entering a ton of 5ks and even marathons and it just wasn’t the same. I wasn’t pushing myself and I was doing the same activity over and over again. Mile after mile, I became desperate for a new challenge and some motivation. At first I …Read More

  8. Green Smoothie

    This is a great smoothie recipe because there is no added sugar, tons of fiber, a protein source, healthy fat, a serving of vegetables and two fruits servings! It’s a complete meal that will keep you going until lunch. It’s packed with antioxidants and taste delicious. It’s got it all! Green Smoothie Cuisine American Prep Time 5 min Cook Time 2 minutes Servings 1 serving Ingredients ½ Cup S…Read More

  9. Zucchini Boats

    Let's face it, squash can be boring without a little something extra. The best way to enjoy squash is…by stuffing it with delicious flavors! This recipe has a hint of Italian and savory seasonings. It’s an easy weeknight meal and tasted great as leftovers the next day. Zucchini boats are colorful, filling and fun! Nutrition Info: Zucchini: contains water making it lower in calories and carbs b…Read More

  10. Healthyish Pumpkin Bread

    It’s Fall, Y’all. Pumpkin bread beats pumpkin pie if you ask me and it’s easy to sneak in some “healthyish” ingredients. Pumpkin packs in a ton of nutrients, flavor and is a fall favorite. You won’t be disappointed. Nutrition Info: Pumpkin: Canned and fresh pumpkin are packed with nutrients, such as potassium, vitamin A and iron. Look for no added salt! Greek Yogurt: is a great source …Read More