Category Archives for Clean Eating

Seven Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating

Most of the people reading this article are interested in healthy holiday eating.  Based on the comments I have heard from a number of nutrition clients and friends, you eat fairly well at home, but eating out is often a problem, especially during the holidays.   Recent studies have shown that adult Americans gain one pound over […]

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How to Adapt Recipes

Most of my readers are on some sort of specialized diet due to a health condition.  There are recipes available on-line for most diets, including low carb, ketogenic, gluten-free, dairy-free, reduced sugar and others. There are even specialized magazines for Paleo or allergy-free diets.  Sometimes you may want to make a special family recipe or favorite treat that […]

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How to Adjust Macronutrient Ratios

Ginger’s Food Rules is my summary of the most important eating guidelines for good health.  Once you are doing most of these on a consistent basis, you might want to examine your macronutrient ratios to fit your personal nutrition and health needs.  Can I let you in on a secret?  I don’t count calories nor do I […]

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Five Tips to Make Healthy Eating Simpler

“Living a healthy life in this society is hard!”  My friend and trainer, Carolyn McCoy, exclaimed this to me last week as were discussing some of the ups and downs in our previous week.  Carolyn is right.  Almost everything about healthy eating and living goes against the culture of 21st century America.  People are encouraged […]

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Book Review: The Essential Oils Diet

I am a longtime reader of Dr. Eric Zelinski’s website and his previous book The Essential Oils Revolution, so I was very interested to read his new book, The Essential Oils Diet.  As a certified nutritionist I am very well educated in healthy eating and living principles.  I am always on the lookout for new […]

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Carrot Cake Energy Balls

   There are lots of articles, recipes and pictures of sugary treats. It can be hard not to indulge, especially if you have a sweet tooth like I do. Why not try this recipe for a healthy snack that tastes like carrot cake?  This recipe is easy as long as you have a food processor. […]

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Strawberries (and a Recipe, too)

 Strawberries are my favorite fruit. They are also George Mateljan’s favorite fruit. Who?? George Mateljan, the author of The World’s Healthiest Foods and the website www.whfoods.org, rated strawberries as the most nutrient-rich fruit. In this book he rates 100 commonly eaten whole foods according to how many nutrients each type of food supplies per calorie. […]

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Little Miss Muffet, Dairy and Allergens

“Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet, eating her curds and whey.” Mother Goose Rhyme Do you remember this children’s nursery rhyme? I do and taught it to my children when they were little. But I did not know that curds and whey were dairy components until I began discovering my food allergy and sensitivity […]

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Five Tips to Keeping your Goals for 2019

It’s mid-January. Have your goals or resolutions for 2019 already failed?  If so, don’t beat yourself up.  You are in good company.  According to a recent article in the New York Times, by January 8, 25% of resolutions have failed and by the end of December only 10% will have been fully kept. I set a number of goals […]

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