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Pantry Purge Worksheet

Pantry Purge  

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Gluten Free Chocolate Caramel Bars

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Gluten Free Salted Peanut Chews

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Baked Oatmeal

In the past oatmeal was debated as a gluten free grain. Today it has gained the green light. As long as the celiac disease is under control gluten free oats may be added in your diet gradually. If you have concerns please consult your physician. Be sure all ingredients are gluten free. Even if you [...]

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Welcome to the Hurried Holiday Season!

Yes, we are well into the season of fast food, parties, shopping, eating too much, drinking too much, exercising too little and throwing to the wind our best intentions to stick with a healthy life style, …BUT WAIT! It does not have to be that way. You can stay with your healthy life- style during [...]

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Holiday Bliss or Holiday Distraction

As we move into Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years we often feel frustrated because it seems that we have even more on an already “full” plate. The same things happen to everyone no matter what their chosen career is. Just as a reminder, you can not save time! You cannot collect it; you cannot place [...]

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Diet Confusion

There are many diets today. From drinking pre packaged beverages, eating bars, eating one food, strict menus, purchasing pre-packaged meals etc. etc. etc. By now you all know that my programs are all centered around empowering you to make better choices to improve your lifestyle for a lifetime. Just because I don’t promote specific diets [...]

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Say “Hello” to Quinoa, the POWER GRAIN

A powerhouse of nutrition with great flavor, pleasing texture while easy to use it is very versatile. Quinoa is called a grain; however is a Latin American seed that is from the goosefoot plant. It is an ancient American food staple that is grown at over 12,000 feet in the Andes. It has been cultivated [...]

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Texas Sheet Cake

Gluten Free Texas Sheet Cake A. In a sauce pan heat 6 T. butter & 1/2 c. water B. Mix together: 1 c. gluten free flour mixture 3/4 c. sugar 1 t. baking soda 1 egg 1/2 t. xantham gum 1/4 t. salt 1/4 c. sour cream 1 T. almond extract C. Blend A into [...]

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Breakfast

When breakfast is skipped it will set you up for a day with less energy, less focus and over eating.  It is important to feed the fire so to speak.  You have been sleeping and have gone several hours without eating.  Within 30 to 45 minutes of getting up it is recommended that you eat [...]

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