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I am passionate about nutrition and food, and I love to create easy, healthy recipes that families can enjoy together. I use this food and nutrition blog to share my creations, including new spins on beloved, old recipes, and options for people managing food allergy symptoms.

I also closely follow the latest nutrition guidelines, and I’m sometimes called on to comment at USDA and FDA meetings. So here you’ll find my perspectives on nutrition policy, too.

Easy, healthy recipes… No-nonsense tips… Dish about the latest nutrition guidelines…

That’s what this nutrition blog is all about. Let me know what grabs you!

Dinner on the Fly + Mexican-Style Veggie Bowl {Recipe}

Dinner on the Fly + Mexican-Style Veggie Bowl {Recipe}

After a winter of crazy fluctuating temperatures and less than stellar training, I ran my first half-marathon on Sunday! Pretty frigid temperatures (especially at 6 AM!), but so fun and rewarding! I mean, how often do we–as adults–get cheered on by random strangers? It’s good for the soul. No

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Simple swaps add up to big changes!

Simple swaps add up to big changes!

March is National Nutrition Month, and this year it’s all about taking simple steps towards healthier eating… one forkful at a time. Earlier this week, I dished about simple swaps on WFMY News 2 to make healthful eating super-easy and do-able. Because if isn’t easy and it’s not

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Simple Salmon Burgers {Recipe}

Simple Salmon Burgers {Recipe}

If your family loves burgers, try swapping in salmon for beef or turkey this week. Canned or pouched salmon makes these burgers come together in minutes. And, they’re delicious! PrintSimple Salmon Burgers {Recipe} Ingredients2 (5-oz.) pouches salmon 1 egg 1/4 cup whole wheat breadcrumbs or panko 1/2

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No-Bake Chocolate Zucchini Energy Bites {Recipe}

No-Bake Chocolate Zucchini Energy Bites {Recipe}

These energy bites contain whole ingredients and a lot less added sugars than store-bought granola and energy bars. Plus, this version contains a hidden ingredient: zucchini. It’s a tasty way to add a little more veggie to your day! PrintNo-Bake Chocolate Zucchini Energy Bites Ingredients1.25 cups regular

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Dinner on a Budget + Tuna Teriyaki Bowl {Recipe}

Dinner on a Budget + Tuna Teriyaki Bowl {Recipe}

“We spend too much on food.” That statement can be overheard in my home, muttered by my husband, pretty much most months of the year. Although I tell him we (read: I) don’t spend that much on food and that the U.S. spends much less than other countries

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Tips to Make Your Resolutions Stick + Recipes

Tips to Make Your Resolutions Stick + Recipes

Ready or not, 2017 is here and (for me) already feeling like it’s in full swing. And, I’ve just barely articulated my goals for the new year. Hopefully, you’re feeling more prepared and organized with your 2017 goals! It’s estimated that slightly less than half of all Americans

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Vegetable-Quinoa Soup {Recipe}

Vegetable-Quinoa Soup {Recipe}

If you’re looking to eat more healthfully this year, try eating more fiber-rich and more heart-healthy protein foods every day. This Vegetable-Quinoa Soup is chock full of both fiber-rich and protein-rich foods. Quinoa and beans add heart-healthy plant protein and dietary fiber. And the vegetables (no matter what kind

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Tuna-Cucumber Cups {Recipe}

Tuna-Cucumber Cups {Recipe}

If you’re looking to eat more healthfully this year, try eating more fiber-rich and more heart-healthy protein foods every day. These Tuna-Cucumber Cups help you meet both of those goals. Tuna is rich in protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which help boost heart, brain and eye health. And

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Easy Baked Sufganiyot {Recipe}

Easy Baked Sufganiyot {Recipe}

It’s pie time! Later this week, I’ll be making pumpkin pie, along with a chocolate pie that my 4-year-old foodie daughter requested after eating it at a friend’s house on Rosh Hashanah. I’m not sure the pie will taste as good as her friend’s grandmother’s version, but I’ll give it a

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Holiday snack attack solutions + WFMY “Good Morning” Show

Holiday snack attack solutions + WFMY “Good Morning” Show

Yesterday I dished about easy and portable healthy holiday snacks on WFMY with Lauren Melvin. Snacking gets a bad rap. Actually, snacking can be a great way to get more nutritious foods in your diet. But, first you have to choose those nutrient-rich foods. Think about this…

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