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If you haven’t be properly intro’d to this sweet version of garlic that lacks the pungent odor of the regular stuff let me be the one who does.

I am so grateful to SP, my lovely client who gifted me a bag of black garlic for the holidays and I’m officially and passionately hooked!

Black garlic started to trend back in 2016 (yikes I’m behind the times) and while it might seem overpriced, I can promise you that it’s well worth the purchase. This black version tastes like…

My latest obsession…fermented BLACK garlic!



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We are dedicated to helping you divorce yourself from diets and learn how to listen to your Intelligent Belly Wisdom™ {IBW} to crack your Unique Food Code™!

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During the fat-free crazy of the 90’s guacamole was something labeled a cheat food. And you certainly didn’t add it to salad as a healthy topping, much less put it on toast for health reasons.

But now the avocado is know as a “good” fat that is loaded with fiber, is a great source of vitamins C, E, K and B-12 plus folate (important nutrient for a healthy pregnancy and could protect against cervical, colon, stomach and pancreatic cancers) riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, magnesium + potassium. AND lutein (good for eyes), beta-carotene as well as omega-3 fatty acids (hello brain health).

Loaded Avocado Toast {vegan}



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We all experience food cravings and struggle with how to manage them.  Creating mindful eating habits can establish healthier ways to eat as well has help you learn how to handle your cravings with a higher sense of awareness and intention.  A quick mindful meditation created by Jamie Zimmerman, M.D. uses the acronym STOP.  

QUICK Tips for Mindful Eating



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It’s Monday… The day most people start their diet. Did you know that 45M, that’s 45 MILLION Americans go on a diet every year according to the Washington Post 2018 stats. Yikes. Let’s break down the math shall we? If there are 52 weeks in a year then there is approximately 52 Monday’s a year. Fair enough?

That means that today, it’s possible that over 865,000 people started a diet today….

It’s Monday the biggest diet day of the week.



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Have I got a recipe to share with YOU that is shamefully overdue! If you love peppers and walnuts, I promise that this will become your default dip to serve to house guests or any gathering where you bring a dish. It elicits an instant “ohmiGAWD what is this” type of…

The BEST dip recipe EVER!



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We’ve all heard the expression that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? This is especially true when it comes to your kids as they head back to school and require food to fuel their energy needs and learning abilities.   

But for some working moms, creating a healthy breakfast in the morning can feel like additional stress to get ready, walk the dog, whip up many meals and get the crew out the door on time. With a pinch of planning, breakfast can jumpstart your kids day with

Good Day Atlanta Back to School Breakfast Episode



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Hiya Nutrition Atlanta fans… I’m still trying to process my trek out west and its shocking that it was three weeks ago.  I lived in North Hollywood when I was a wee tot and have always had a strong affinity for the West Coast.  Give me sand, salt water, and sunsets to make my soul happy on a cellular, very primal level.

A Vacation called Quest



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I feel it’s our responsibility to do good in the world #OprahGoals and that our acts of generosity, kindness and love have a definite impact on the fabric of humanity.  So why (!!!), how could this trafficking be a thing I innocently thought.  It still plagues me that in my hometown of all places, the FBI has declared #ATL to be among the worst cities in the country for human trafficking.  In fact, Atlanta is the number one city with the highest Sex Economy Income at a staggering $290 million…

Be the Change you Wish to See in the World….



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Let’s face it, we all experience disappointment in our lives. How we manage disappointment can tell a lot about our defaults when things get rough. Sometimes the discomfort or pain it too much to manage and we want to check out. A quick and easy default for a lot of us is to use food as a coping tool. While it’s a temporary fix and always an option on the mindful and intuitive eating journey, it can lead to…

How to manage disappointment without using food to cope



and relationship with food + your body