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Clean Eating Kid: 9 Things You Can Do To Get Your Child On Clean Eating Train

January 5, 2015 by


I have two children, ages 5 and 1.5 years. Tosh, the oldest, was not a clean eating kid until he was 3.5 years (after he spent the first few years of his life in hospitals and doctors offices for constantly being sick). Chloe, the youngest, was clean from the moment of conception. It is interesting […]

Eat This: Zucchini Pasta!!

September 3, 2014 by


Summer is always a time for LOTS of zucchini from the garden.  What in the world do you do with all this goodness? Zucchini Pasta Salad Here is a yummy quick salad that the whole family will love: Spiral Zucchini noodles – as much as you want. Roma tomatoes- seeded and diced small or grape […]


June 2, 2014 by


Dear Dave, I need a QUICK protein fix for my child who is at school all day and already consumes a smoothie early in the day.  Are there any jerky or energy bars that you’d recommend? Annie, Whitefish MT Dear Readers (and Annie), Annie explained that her son was having memory and concentration issues and […]

Ask Dave: Duck, Chicken, GOOSE!

March 3, 2014 by


Dear Dave,  I have been told that chicken eggs are no longer going to work for me but to give duck or goose eggs a try – why would they be so different?    Annie, ID Dear Annie, Very timely question Annie – many people I know are facing this issue right now.  I’ll explain […]

Quick Veggie and Chicken dish!

February 14, 2014 by


This is so quick, easy and delicious! Last night we had a group call for our 4 month lifestyle makeover, it was 40 minutes long.   Just prior to getting on the call – I put 4 chicken breast and 3 baked potatoes in the oven.  By the time our Q&A group call was over […]

Spicy Turkey or Chicken Sausage

February 12, 2014 by


One of my favorite snacks on the run is Spicy Turkey Sausage!  This is great hot, cold, plain or with spicy brown mustard.  Eating protein every 2.5 – 3 hours might feel like a big production when you’re first establishing habits of building muscle and stripping fat.  This recipe is easy, fast, healthy and delicious. […]

What An Interesting Point Of View…

December 10, 2013 by


What an interesting Point of View… This statement came in handy yesterday morning while chatting with my fellow yogis after Vinyasa.   A woman mentioned she quit crossfit to give her body a break, because she kept getting sick.  I agreed with her by saying, great choice, your body was probably  overtrained, resulting in a lowered immune […]

From a Newbie Client…

February 3, 2013 by


I can’t believe it!!! Now I’m down 10 1/2 pounds! I’m eating more and more.  11 days ago on Thursday I started to lower my insulin units – you’re supposed to do it 1 at a time. Before yesterday I had already lowered it by 7 units!! Yesterday my blood sugar was low again when […]

FoOLiN wiTh mY mEnU…

April 1, 2012 by


I must confess as I feel like such a fool.   I struggled with planning my food.  As a coach, you would think it would come so much easier, but still, I struggled.  I finally got a great grip on it and I wanted to share my tips with readers.  I finally hit that “sweet spot” […]

EAT THIS: Packable Meals

May 29, 2011 by


The importance of carrying around a small cooler to pack your food cannot be stressed enough for fat loss success!  Taking food with us can be EASY if we pre-plan.  There are so many simple foods to pack in a cooler to keep ourselves properly fueled with clean food even when not at home in […]