Five Tips To Get Your Kids Eating Healthier

1). Family Dinner Time: Dining together is important. According to a study by Hammons & Fiese, 2011 – children in families that sit down to dinner together regularly are 35% less likely to engage in disordered eating, 24% more likely to eat healthier foods and 12% less… Keep Reading »

Guide to Reading Labels For Healthier Meals

Looking to put a delicious and healthy meal on the table, but don’t know where to start? It can be daunting, especially when – in the past – people associated healthy eating with bland, boring meals. It’s important to embrace a healthier way of life while… Keep Reading »

Friday Food Tips: A Few Guilt-Free Desserts

I have a sweet tooth. I don’t know where it came from, because as a child I was the one that ate maybe two or three pieces of candy in the time it took my sister to devour her entire Halloween booty, but one day… Keep Reading »

Choosing Food That Loves You Back

I’m in the check out line at the grocery store, and notice the woman ahead of me eyeballing my cart. I looked down, and realized everything in it was super healthy, with maybe the exception of a box of Kashi. This will probably sound silly,… Keep Reading »

Cleanse Update: You Are What You Eat

Julie Anne Rhodes
I have the happiest cleaning lady on the planet. Not wanting to violate my detox, I asked her to do the taste testing for me when I cooked for a client yesterday. I made it through without a slip. Why torture myself cooking… Keep Reading »

Jewels’ Ten Commandments for Healthy Eating

As a personal chef, nearly every client says “we want to eat healthy”, but healthy has become a really broad term that can mean a myriad of different things. Do you mean weight loss, heart healthy, organic, whole food, vegetarian, vegan, wheat free, dairy free…. the… Keep Reading »