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Apr 23 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots. Plant and Eat Your Carrots:

I never knew that a local grown carrot was so much sweeter and tastier than those that my mom purchased at the store until we grew our own almost 25 years ago in our urban Saint Louis garden. About three weeks 3 weeks before frost is about the time to plant them which is the […]

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Apr 07 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Our Roots-Trout Breakfast Pizza

After a visit to my mom in Southwest Missouri where I had limited internet and phone connection, I am back in the Blue Ridge Mountains where I am able to get back online and on my phone! I am really excited to share with you in the next few weeks, my new website! More details […]

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Mar 24 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots-Sweet Potato, Tempeh and Spinach Burrito

  A few weeks ago, I shared a delicious way to prepare tempeh making a bacon sandwich. If you missed my recipe and have questions about tempeh, check out my blog post at  http://healthconceptsnutrition.com/blog/2015/02/great-beginnings-breakfast-tempeh-bacon-sandwich/Today I want to share with you a tasty burrito idea using tempeh and local produce this time of year, sweet potatoes […]

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Mar 18 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots-Salad for Breakfast?

I never heard about salad for breakfast until I moved to Asheville about 8 1/2 years ago. I am fortunate to live near the Sunny Point Cafe http://sunnypointcafe.com/ and I didn’t even see the breakfast salad on the menu for several years. After a few people raved about the salad, I thought that I had […]

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Feb 24 2015

Great Beginnings: Try Some Breakfast Bean Cakes!

Getting creative in the kitchen is all about learning the rules and then developing a sense of when and how to break them. In our North American culture, breakfast foods are perhaps the most entrenched in traditional habits (A waffle is a waffle is a waffle). Thus breakfast lends itself well to some rule breaking […]

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Feb 16 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots

It is cold and dreary outside but it’s not too early to think about warmer weather, flowers, fresh fruit and veggies from the garden and local farmers markets. While you are counting down the days and weeks until spring, its time for some Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Our Roots. This includes: 1. shaping up […]

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Jan 27 2015

The Power of Pesto

It’s nice to try out making new, delicious recipes at home, but, for when things get hectic during the week, it’s essential to have some clutch recipes on the menu. You know the ones: you could cook them blindfolded, with even a couple of ingredients missing. Clutch meals make it to the table fast and […]

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Jan 09 2015

Happy New Year! Eat More Local Food to Improve Your Health!

January is the time of year we set goals to help achieve weight loss, mange a better blood sugar, reach better blood lipid or high blood pressure levels. Healthy eating also lower the risk of cancer, reduce uncomfortable GI symptoms and much, much more. Most of us are not patient when it comes to lasting […]

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Sep 21 2014

Squash Season Means Healthy Season

I wanted to share a few pictures of the squash available at Flying Cloud Farm http://www.flyingcloudfarm.net/ and some other varieties that I picked up from Mountain Harvest Organics http://www.mountainharvestorganic.com/index.html The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting cooler and now there is an abundance of fall squash at the farmers markets and there are […]

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Dec 30 2013

Health Concepts Nutrition Maintain Don’t Gain Holiday Challenge Week Seven: Have a Happy Healthy New Year!

     The New Year is almost here! If you have been working towards the holiday weight challenge, how have you been doing? If you have not taken part, consider weighing in on January 1st or 2nd and determine if there is change that you want to work towards. I wanted to share a few things […]

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