I am a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian, Nutrition Therapist and Educator specializing in Eating Disorders, Wellness, Hormone Imbalance and PCOS, Medical Nutrition Therapy, Sports Nutrition, Weight Management, Healthy Lifestyle and much more!
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October PCOS workshop for Health Care Professionals
The next PCOS educational workshop for RD's and Therapists will be on Friday October 23rd Time: 9am-4pm Location: 11500 W. Olympic Blvd. Suite 400, Los Angeles, CA 90064 Contact: 310-408-1770 Speakers: Ellen Reiss-Goldfarb, R.D., Monika Woolsey, M.S R.D, Gretchen Kubacky MFT CEU's will be available for both RD's and MFT's Cost TBA
Spring is in the air and life is good! I am sorry I have not posted in quite a while. I have been super busy getting life back to normal now that my husband and I are both vaccinated and our kids are resuming school in person as well as other activities. It almost feels like we went from point A to point Z in only a few weeks! I am not sure if any of you follow me on my socials, but I did a great 2 week "Try New" challenge and it was a lot of fun. You can look at my "highlights" tab labeled "challenge" to see what it was all about. I really enjoyed trying new foods, new behaviors and new recipes! And so did my followers/clients! If you did not get the chance to try this during the challenge, you can absolutely do this at any time. For 2 weeks, challenge yourself to try either a new food, new behavior or a new recipe. See if it helps you in any way. Perhaps a new behavior will help you get to your goals quicker. New foods will help you not feel bored with y
Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Some of my new favorite raw food recipes Cauliflower Couscous 2 heads cauliflower, finely ground in a food processor 1/2 fresh cup lemon juice 1 cup olive oil 1 tablespoon black pepper pinch of sea salt 1 bunch fresh parsley, stems removed 1 bunch fresh mint, stems removed 1 bunch fresh cilantro, stems removed 1 13oz jar pitted Greek olives In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix thoroughly Marinated Bok Choy Salad 5 heads baby bok choy 1/3 cup olive oil 1/4 cup Nama Shoyu 4 cloves garlic, peeled Starting from the bottom of the plant, chop the bok choy stalks into half-inch pieces, leaving the leaves whole. In a blender, combine the olive oil, Nama Shoyu and garlic and blend thoroughly. Add to the bok choy, mix well and serve. Pesto Sauce 2-3 cloves garlic, peeled 1/2 fresh lemon juice pinch sea salt 1 cup raw pine nuts 1 cup fresh basil 2 tablespoons olive oil In a high speed blender, combine all the ingredients, and blend u
Easy Organic Beet Salad Ingredients: One large Beet Walnuts- handful fresh dill-2 -3 sprigs 1 lemon Wash beet and scrub with brush over running water Peel the beet and chop into small evenly cut cubes. Place in a steamer and boil for 7-10 minutes. Place beets in a bowl of ice water to cool. When cool remove and place in bowl. Add chopped walnuts,chopped dill and juice of one lemon, refrigerate until cold and eat when ready