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Jennifer’s passionate interest in healthy cooking and fitness led to a desire to help clients create inspired whole foods for optimal wellness and to fuel their daily fitness challenges. The field of nutrition science is always evolving; Jennifer researches the scientific information and trends so you receive the current nutrition therapy.

Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie

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Of all the goodies that appear on my table during the holidays, pumpkin pie is one that I want to taste all year long. That very spicy, not too sweet pumpkin custard is just so yummy. There seem to be ...

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Roasted Pumpkin with Kale Pesto Noodles

Roasted Pumpkin with Kale Pesto Noodles

You know you’re supposed to eat a “healthy diet” to help reduce symptoms like belly fat, hot flashes, sleeplessness, moodiness. But how does that translate into lunch? I’ll give you an example. You want a meal that will balance your blood ...

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Pumpkin Pudding with Sunflower Praline

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It’s pumpkin time again! A symbol for Fall and Halloween. Pumpkin is a winter squash and the orange color is a hint about the nutrients inside. The flesh is packed with antioxidants vitamin A, lutein, and carotenoids. Eating this squash ...

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Arame Seaweed Salad

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Golden berries, freekah, garbanzo flour, PB2, saba with fig. I collect intriguing cooking ingredients the way others collect stamps or rocks. Each item is displayed on the very edge of a pantry shelf for a while so that I can peep in frequently ...

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Plant Power Salad in a Jar

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The thing I like the most about this salad-in-a-jar idea is how the cross section of colorful ingredients look when you’re finished layering. Another perk is the order in which you pack the ingredients helps to make it a better-tasting ...

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Turkey Enchilada Casserole for Exercise Recovery

Turkey Enchilada Casserole

For all of you athletes out there from amateur to elite, the food you eat is a vital part of your training plan. After your post-workout meal has been digested and your rehydration is underway, it’s time to start thinking ...

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Japanese Sweet Potatoes with Miso Scallion Butter

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Hormonal Imbalance. What you choose to eat has a powerful effect on relieving the symptoms. So many women are stressed out, moody, tired, and have unexplained weight gain (especially around the middle). Making poor food choices is adding fuel to ...

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Gluten Free Holiday Cookies

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These colorful cookies are easy to put together leaving lots of time to spend enjoying family and friends. Slice-and-bake style cookies always give you a little space during the refrigeration period to wash up a few bowls and utensils. All ...

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