The BIG GAME is only a few days away! GO EAGLES! We hope you are just as excited as we are!

To help you stay on track, we’ve rounded up some recipes and tips to stay as healthy as possible on Sunday!

Superbowl Stay Healthy Tip....

Eat a healthy meal before you go to the party.
Show up with a dish you know is healthy so you know there will be something you can eat during the big game.
Don’t stand around the food. Put a portion on your plate and sit!
Offer to host! If you don’t have plans, offer to host people - you have more control over the food being served!
Drink water!


Roasted Sweet Potato Spicy Beef Chili



2 pounds grass fed gr...

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The word dietitian might sound about as fun as the word dentist to some, making many think we are all super-fit health freaks forcing their poor clients to a diet of celery sticks and rice cakes. Be not afraid!! We are going to dispel a few common misconceptions people may have about working with a dietitian.


1. We’re the Food Police.

We are not judging every bite you out into your mouth. Dietitians know that loving the food you eat will, in fact, make you healthier! We, of course, would like everyone to eat a healthy diet, but we also know people aren’t perfect and like to indulge every once in awhile. We will work with you on changing habits to help add in more nutritious f...

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Have you ever had a food and just felt "off" after? Bloated, gassy, or just uncomfortable. Or you are eating all the right foods but nothing changes for you? About 5 months ago, we partnered with Everlywell to bring you at home Food Sensitivity & Hormone Testing ( Everlywell is an innovative company (much like us) and brings you modern lab testing at your fingertips. Every person is different, and even some healthy foods can be reactive to an individual. Sure, you can do an elimination diet (which we love) but isn't it just way better to see results on paper? Our Dietitians are more than equipped to help you implement results!


"When my husband started Paleo, ...

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A DELICIOUS twist on a classic dish!


Green or Poblano Peppers

Ground Turkey

Small Yellow Onion

Green Chilies or jalapenos

Enchilada Sauce - check ingredients on this! Make sure there isnt added sugar or loaded with salt


Preheat the Oven 350 degrees

Slice peppers in half and de-seed

Place in oven for 10-15 minutes


On stove top, cook chopped onion, jalapenos, and ground turkey until brown

Place cooked ingredients in peppers (stuff them good!)

Drizzle enchilada sauce over stuffed peppers

Add salsa and avocado (obviously) and enjoy!

take 20 minutes out of your day to learn more about how FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE is the way of the future for health and medicine.

Mark Hyman at TEDMED 2010

Mark Hyman believes that functional medicine is the way of the future, and that we can only improve medicine if we understand the body's system, not just symptoms.


We’ve all been there before. “I’ll get back on track tomorrow”, or “I’ll start my diet on Monday.” To overcome the negative effects of binging, lets talk a little bit about the physical and mental responses to overindulging. First, overindulging can mean we have an unhealthy relationship with food. This means not listening to hunger levels or satiation cues. If you are no longer eating for energy and nutrients, why are you eating? If you are strictly choosing foods for their taste, and not what they can do for you, then that could mean you’re relying on foods for the wrong reasons.

“I deserve this.” We all deserve to indulge every so...

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Chocolate Footballs

24 large strawberries
8 oz dairy free dark chocolate (chopped)
¼ C dairy free white chocolate chips

Melt dark chocolate
Dip strawberries in dark chocolate and fully coat on all sides
Place on parchment paper and let dry

Melt white chocolate
Scoop white chocolate into piping bag (or plastic baggie with the tip cut off)
Draw lines down and across to resemble a football

Keep in refrigerator until time to serve!


Most commercial juices like Naked and Bolthouse Farms and are marketed as healthy for us, but they are deceptively high in sugar. Slapping “No Sugar added” on the label makes us feel as though we are making a good decision. The problem with this is that companies can technically label their product with “no sugar added” even though sugar is present in their ingredients such as “concentrate”, “puree” or “syrup”.
Also, these juices are void of fiber, which is the part of the fruit that is extracted during the juicing process (the skin, pulp and seeds). Fiber helps to slow down digestion of sugar, so without it- can we say sugar rush!


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