Typically Meat-Heavy Keto Diet Is Going Vegetarian

By now, you’ve probably heart of the ketogenic, or “keto,” diet. It’s a very restrictive regimen of low carb, high fat foods with some similarities to the Atkin’s diet. But what if you don’t eat meat? Now, a plant-based keto is catching on. That’s right, keto is going vegetarian. Typically, when we think of the […]

Decoding Food Labels

While you may think you’re making some healthy choices at the supermarket by picking products that say “all natural” or “lightly sweetened,” such claims can be misleading. One thing is for sure: Consumers seem confused when it comes to food labels. Marketers are very, very clever. What they do is catch trends… and they know […]

What You Need To Know About Doing Yoga To Lose Weight

Practicing yoga can be a wonderful way to relax and recharge, but it can also be a great way to lose weight. I was interviewed for Women’s Health Magazine about how to drop extra weight while doing yoga and why nutrition is a key component. You can read the full interview here. Eat healthy! Be […]

How I Keep My High-Profile Clients in Shape

I’ve helped all type of clients tweak their diet and get in shape, including models and real housewives to Broadway stars and TV anchors. I shared my tips and tactics in my latest interview with She Knows on how I keep my A-list clients fit. Read the full article here. Eat Healthy! Be Happy! Xoxo […]

Recharge Your Body for Spring

Winter’s almost over and it’s time to look forward to warmer weather. Before we hop into spring, your body may be in need of a recharge. What can we do for our diet? “You need to clean out your winter sludge,” said nutritionist and chef Nicolette Pace. “This is the very best time to get […]

Get a Head Start on Travel Planning

Getting ready for a vacation is super exciting – but often also rather overwhelming. Take the stress out of your vacation planning by reading some advice I gave to Weight Watchers here, when I was interviewed on the topic. It’s never too early to start researching and preparing for a trip and doing things in […]

Living a Healthy Life with Diabetes

Happy New Year, friends! Did you know that 25.8 million children and adults in the United States have diabetes? In my latest interview for Nexus TV, I discuss diabetes in depth including the risks associated with the disease, what to eat and what to avoid and surprising lifestyle changes. Watch the full interview here. Eat […]

Spring Allergy Relief with Diet Changes

If you find yourself suffering this Spring with sneezing, itching or coughing well you’re not alone. During peak allergy season you may find relief from staying away from certain foods that can intensify your symptoms and make matters worse. While these foods are healthy, if your susceptible to pollens from trees, grass or weeds, see what simple diet […]

Too Many Nutrients? Watch me on CBS The Couch to find out more…

This morning I was up bright and early to appear on CBS’s Live from the Couch to discuss five vitamin supplements to think twice about. Watch as I discuss  how taking too many nutrients can disrupt the balance of your body. You’ll be surprised to learn that all of the key nutrients and vitamins you need […]

Popular Salads Can Be Nutritional Losers

You can call it another chapter in the  unhealthy “health food” saga, where a seemingly good for you and harmless diet food like salad can be turned upside down by either a fast food giant or by a restaurant who aims to please our insatiable appetite for value based large portions. These favorite popular salads that are […]