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Cookie Recipe Favorite: Vegan Cranberry Macadamia

Posted by Kelly Jones, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN on EatRealLiveWell These vegan cranberry macadamia cookies are perfect for a cool fall day. Made with wheat flour in a small batch, they fit into you’re family’s fit lifestyle. Plus, it’s giving you a little break from pumpkin and apple, highlighting another delicious fall fruit: cranberries! Prep Time […]

Fall Recipe Favorite: Honey Oat Pumpkin Muffins

Honey Oat Pumpkin Muffins Posted by Kelly Jones, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN on EatRealLiveWell They can be made vegan with a simple swap, too! Prep Time 5 mins, Cook Time 17 mins, Total Time 23 mins Servings: 12 muffins Kelly’s favorite ingredients 1 flax egg (1 tbsp flax set with 2.5 tbsp water) ¼ cup raw honey 1½ cups pumpkin puree ¼ cup soy milk or other non dairy […]

Health Benefits of Pumpkin & Honey

Posted by Kelly Jones, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN on EatRealLiveWell The health benefits of Pumpkin Pumpkin is more than a warming fall flavor. In addition to being packed with plenty of carotenoid antioxidants, which support eye health as well as skin, hair and nails, pumpkin may even calm the digestive tract. Other studies suggest that pumpkin […]

Everything Bagel Toast

Toast for a meal The reality is that the convenience of toast makes it perfect for lunch and dinner on a busy day, too! What you see below boosts protein, healthy fat and veggie content so your nice and satisfied for hours to come. Skip the bagel for a lightened up and more nutrient dense […]

Pre-Workout Fridge Clean Out Toast

If you’ve got 1-2 hours before an intense workout, the combo below will give you the perfect amount of energy without a blood sugar spike and crash. Just grab what you have to use up and add it to your toast! Avocado toast with some pesto mixed in and a few leaves of arugula Coconut […]

Mini Meals for Fitness

So, fitness is a priority for you. You make it to the gym or hit the pavement 3 or more times a week, but because of your schedule, you exercise during what a lot of people would consider dinner time. That 5-7 PM time frame when your body is just exhausted from the day and […]

Collaborative Meal Planning

Content by Kelly Jones MS, RD, CSSD, LDN on her blog. Often, ingredient prep is my go-to so that I feel ready for the week ahead. Lately though, we’ve been so busy with travel and work that either we haven’t been home or I just don’t feel like spending time on Sundays prepping since there’s been a […]

Agua Fresca Sports Drinks

We love this content so much, we are sharing it from Kelly Jones MS, RD, CSSD, LDN blog! Agua frescas are typically light, non-alcoholic drinks made from blending fruit with some sugar and water. While they seem refreshing and delicious in the summer in the heat or after a long run, they could use the […]

Mixed Spring Greens with Beets, Goat Cheese and Nuts

Recipe from Newtown Athletic Club registered dietitian, Lisa James on her website. Root veggies are often thought of during the fall and winter months, however, beets are a perfect late spring, early summer vegetable. They are easy to make, full of flavor and packed with health-promoting phytonutrients! Give this amazing beet salad a go, it’s […]