Browsing All posts tagged under »restaurants«

RN Advice: Inflammatory State of Mind

March 30, 2013 by

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I just returned from a wonderful relaxing week of vacation; sun, surf, good friends AND food in another country. Right away I realize my article for the newsletter is due in 2 days.  Oh my, I don’t think this will be good.  I have no idea of what to write about.  My brain is full […]

Watch This: KING CORN

September 3, 2012 by

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Released October 12, 2007 Directed by Aaron Woolf 90 minutes This film follows a valiant quest; the undertaking of college friends Ian Cheney and Curtis Ellis to grow an acre of corn.  Not exactly ‘Mission Impossible’ I know – but Ian and Curtis take you to some seldom visited links in the American food supply […]

Watch This: JIRO DREAMS OF SUSHI

August 4, 2012 by

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Guest blogger Richard Daniel C., a New York based filmaker and cinemaphile, reviews this months ‘food movie’.  Thanks, Richard! Jiro Dreams of Sushi, Dir. David Gelb, 2011, 81 min, in Japanese with subtitles “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” is a beautiful film. Shot in warm light with plenty of soft focus and extreme close-ups of the […]

Ask Dave: The Art of Eating Out

August 4, 2012 by

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Dear Dave, I love to eat at restaurants but I am concerned about what my coach calls ‘sneaky’ ingredients.  What is the danger of eating out and how can I do it safely?  Brian, Saint Paul Dear Brian, Eating at a restaurant is like signing an unseen contract between you and people that  prepare your […]

How We Roll: Coach Katie Surjan

July 8, 2012 by

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4am:  Wake-up, weigh in, observe my changes and write it down.   Let my dog out while I get coffee started, pour my first 32 ounce water bottle. Feed Elliott. 4:15:  Brain Dump and an “I am grateful for” page – I have a 70 hour school/work week right now and out of town on […]

restaurant fun

June 25, 2012 by

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PK is a client who lives in Wyoming.  She’s been at this clean eating game awhile, and her body rejects wheat and all grain products with a vengeance that can take many weeks to straighten out.  She sent me this short missive after returning from a road trip with family: “I ate out quite a […]

GO AWAY – Come Back Healthy.

June 1, 2012 by

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Traveling and sticking to your Genesis Transformation program can be a challenge, to say the least! But it is possible with a little planning ahead of time. Having just returned from a 2-week trip that included car and air travel, three different hotels, one family stop over and an all-day meeting for my job, I […]

Ask Dave: TRUVIA; Is It True?

March 3, 2012 by

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Dear Dave,  I am new to Genesis Transformation and have been making many changes in my pantry.  I just bought a box of Truvia to replace table sugar but my coach is concerned that this is not a good alternative.  Is Truvia a safe product or do you suggest another? Sally, Chicago Dear Sally, I […]

How We Roll: Coach Christy Ewing

March 3, 2012 by

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My days vary, so I have chosen my favorite day, Tuesdays, to highlight.  I am the mom of 2 pre-teen girls and spend my days as a wellness coach and administrative assistant at a medical fitness center.  We provide the wellness services to the 2500 employees of the hospital, as well as the fitness members […]

Rolling Along!

August 8, 2011 by

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Coach Michele John Living the GT lifestyle is my day to day life, which is 180 degrees different than how I used to roll.  Now I rarely eat out at restaurants, because I have learned over and over again even the “cleanest” of restaurants still like to add in sugar, salt, and other things that […]