Kona in My Heart

Nineteen years ago, I did my very first triathlon. I had no clue what I was doing, other than I would be swimming, biking and running for 1/4 mile, 9 miles and 5k, respectively. I was 23 years old, it was 1998 and my training consisted of nothing more scientific than swimming, biking and running. […]

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What if We Just Called Food ‘Food’?

If you had to categorize the type of food shown above, how would you do so? You might call it fruit. Fair enough… after all, it is fruit! You also might say it looks like health food, or even a gift basket and all are equally valid ways to classify it. But would you automatically […]

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Dry Brushing: What is it and Do I Need It?

You eat your wild salmon and avocado, you’re mindful about what products you choose to wash your face with and you go to great lengths to not let yourself scorch in the sun. Is there anything else missing in your glowing skin routine? Maybe so; and it doesn’t include something else you should be eating […]

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Getting Healthy Food to Those In Need

Have you ever made a promise to yourself, or to your family that now is the time to get healthy? Once and for all, have you finally made it a priority to get rid of those sneaky crackers in the pantry, the ice cream in the freezer and those darn breaded chicken nuggets that always […]

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1-2-3-Cook: Ridiculously Decadent Truffles

Hello! Today is my birthday and that absolutely falls into the category of a special occasion. In my opinion, if there’s going to be a special occasion splurge, it should undoubtedly involve chocolate. This is one of my favorite creations; six ingredients, a handle of simple steps so easy that the whole family can be […]

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Chilled Berry Soup, Anyone? It’s in The Paleo Kitchen!

Writing for online publications such as the blog on the Vitacost has been a great way to reach folks who may not have connected with me otherwise. After all, the Paleo niche can be limiting to say the least. Rather than focus only on those who truly understand what an authentic approach to ancestral eating is, […]

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1-2-3 Cook: Deliciously Simple Roast Chicken

Who doesn’t love a good roast chicken? As popular as this dish is, however, many of the often used techniques are either too complicated, don’t result in a chicken with crispy skin yet succulent meat, or both. I’ve found through trial and error that a few simple tweaks can be make a world of difference […]

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