I’m a big believer that “healthful eating” is really simple — choose satisfying foods, in the amounts that feel good in your body. However, part of that “feeling good” in your body piece involves eating foods that provide micro nutrients (for energy/alertness) and fiber (for happy tummies), and that help fluff up our plates so … More My Super-Easy, Fool-Proof Method for Making Mind-Blowing-Delicious Vegetables (The Hype Is Real)
A few weeks ago, I announced that I was releasing a devotional, and TODAY is the day! I’m so unbelievably excited to share this project, and my prayer is that it will encourage all of YOU to embrace God’s design for the role of food in your life: FREEDOM! This 20-day devotional explores the freedom … More Faith, Food, Freedom Released TODAY!
Good nutrition, in practice, actually has very little to do with nutrients in and of themselves. Rather, healthy eating habits are cumulative; the influence of diet on the human body is the result of complex interactions between functional components of food; fats, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals all work together. This concept is really important. By … More Better Nutrition
For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under the sun. If you search Pinterest for brownie recipes, probably half of the pins that show up are for “healthier versions.” Supposedly healthy substitutions in standard recipes are really popular in the diet and fitness world right now, with swaps ranging from … More Some thoughts about dessert (and a really good “blondies” recipe)
If you’re craving something sweet, smooth, and chocolatey, try this pie recipe! The unique use of tofu adds a wonderful texture and a boost of protein without using dairy. The result is a decadent dessert that isn’t too heavy, and helps prevent blood sugar fluctuations. It’s a delicious and easy dessert! 3-Step French Silk Pie … More Vegan Chocolate Pie