Non-Alcoholic Pomegranate Negroni
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by Kate Pond
1w ago
Whether it’s Dry January, “Sober October,” or you simply want a fun non-alcoholic beverage, mocktails are a great solution. I have arguably the perfect recipe for you. This non-alcoholic negroni is easy to make and packs a punch (even without the alcohol). Traditionally, Negronis are made from a mix of dry gin, bitters, and sweet vermouth, but with a simple swap of pomegranate juice and citrus, you can still have a fun, festive beverage.  You may assume that as a Registered Dietitian, I’m only focused on the health aspects of recipes. However, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. I be ..read more
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Winter Pomegranate and Persimmon Smoothie Bowl with Caramelized Pistachios
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by Ginger Hultin
1M ago
The holiday season is here, and I have the perfect breakfast or snack to celebrate. I am incorporating pomegranates, persimmons, dried cranberries, pistachios, and granola – all of which are great snacks on their own, but what if we put them all together to create a festive smoothie bowl? This Winter Pomegranate and Persimmon Smoothie Bowl recipe is fun, unique, simple, and full of health benefits.  As an integrative oncology Registered Dietitian, I definitely wanted to include powerful anti-inflammatory ingredients into this winter smoothie bowl because it contains fiber, antioxidants, a ..read more
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Vegetarian Anti-Inflammatory Eating 101
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by Ginger Hultin
3M ago
There is so much buzz around plant-based eating these days and for good reason. A plant-based diet offers tons of health benefits especially for people struggling with chronic health conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Keeping health in mind when following a vegetarian diet can be confusing and to be honest, a bit overwhelming. The internet is packed full of information about all types of eating styles and diet plans, but it can be hard to sift through what is accurate and helpful, and what just simply, isn’t. Do you have to be vegan? How do you meet your protein needs? This i ..read more
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Is Soy Bad…Or is that a Myth?
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by Ginger Hultin
4M ago
When you hear about soy, what do you think? If you said cancer, bad, or even “man-boobs” you are not alone. Many people have negative connotations when it comes to soy. However, did you know that soy can be very helpful in fighting cancer? And spoiler alert, it does not cause Gynecomastia (the proper term for “man-boobs”). Although there is a common misconception floating around that soy is dangerous, this is not what studies are finding. Is soy bad? Read on if you are ready to update your understanding of soy and how it can benefit the body. Does Soy Cause Cancer? Eating soy has been shown t ..read more
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Wild Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
I just got back from a magical weekend in Bar Harbor, Maine visiting the wild blueberry fields and processing facilities and learning all about this amazing fruit. Part of our tour was to take part in a wild blueberry smoothie competition so I thought I’d share my Wild Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie recipe with you! This trip was sponsored but the post isn’t – I just wanted to share it with you because its delicious. Wild blueberries are absolutely fascinating. Did you know that they’re completely different from the tall bush cultivated berries that we commonly see fresh in the grocery store? Wild ..read more
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Creamy Chilled Pasta with Dill and Basil
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
There’s nothing more comforting than a classic macaroni salad but you know me…I have to add an anti-inflammatory twist on everything I make for you! It’s easier than you might think to make simple changes to most recipes to increase the anti-inflammatory properties, boost the nutrition, and cut back a little on things we generally need less of – saturated fat and salt in this case with my Creamy Chilled Pasta with Dill and Basil. I’m making classic mayo-based dressing and then adding pasta with dill and fresh basil in this easy, meal-prep-friendly recipe. We were going camping this weekend and ..read more
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Weekly Meal Prep for Weight Loss
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
What’s the connection between weight loss goals and meal prep? More than you might even imagine. So much stress, time, energy, and so much of your health actually balances on a few simple skills surrounding organizing, planning, and creating nourishing (and delicious) food. When we introduce weekly meal prep for weight loss to your overall plan, you’ll be amazed at what a difference it makes to your life. It can make a difference in your weight but more importantly, it can create more time and space for the things you want to do and people you want to spend time with. It can lower stress, crea ..read more
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Lemon Edamame Hummus
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
If you need to do a little snack make-over, I’ve got you covered with this really easy to make, delicious, and super healthy Lemon Edamame Hummus recipe. All you need is a food processor (or blender) and 8 pantry staple ingredients and you’ve got the most amazing dip for your next snack. Healthier Snacking – why you may need a refresh If you think about common snack foods, they’re often sweet, salty, or fatty. Chips, cookies, crackers, cheese, nachos, even candy are really common items to grab. They’re waiting for you at the checkout when you’re at the grocery store, and they’re in every vendi ..read more
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Banana Protein Pancakes
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
Looking for a high protein, healthy breakfast idea that you can make ahead of time? Stop your morning struggle and add ‘breakfast’ to part of your weekly meal prep. These super fluffy banana protein pancakes are for you! You can start your morning off right with a delicious, easily customizable, protein-packed breakfast by enjoying these fresh and/or freeze them so you can enjoy them later.  The Power of Protein at Breakfast  Protein is so important! It’s a macronutrient, which means it’s one of three nutrients – protein, carbohydrates, fats – that we need in comparably large amount ..read more
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One Pot Vegetarian Enchilada Pasta
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by Ginger Hultin
5M ago
This is a busy time of year and I’m finding that my clients want to get back to basics. That usually means getting more streamlined with meal planning, grocery shopping, prepping, and batch cooking healthy dinners. My clients almost always use dinner leftovers for lunch so making enough is absolutely critical. Enter this beautiful one pot vegetarian enchilada pasta recipe. It’s plant-forward, packed with protein, and can be made in under 20 minutes. If you’re searching frantically for one pot meals vegetarian dinners perfect for leftovers, this one’s for you.    Benefits of “Dump an ..read more
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