all of you

Dear Community, I am honored to be speaking on Sunday September 23rd at the All of You Summit, sharing my healing journey through the Art of Nourishment. It is always a pleasure to get the chance to speak with you directly and share the highs, lows, and lessons of our journeys. I enjoy speaking freely and…

carrot banana bread (paleo)

I’ve been topping this bread with fresh figs for a decadent and delicious super healthy treat. I love it because it’s packed with protein, fiber, and omega 3s — perfect for an on-the-go breakfast, a snack or a pre- or post-workout boost. The banana and carrots give it some sweetness with no added sugar. Sometimes I…

roasted patty pan squash

Patty pan squash is fun to say, fun to cook, and a treat to eat. The fennel fronds (or mint leaves) lighten up the dish, and the grapes add the perfect flavor. I know you’re gonna love this one. It will be great at your labor day BBQ – warm or chilled. You might also…

kale stone-fruit salad

Before stone-fruit season is over, I’m try to find all the ways I can enjoy it. This kale salad is a lovely end-of-summer treat. Sweet and savory, the plums and peaches perfectly contrast the tomato and feta, and the fennel gives it a crisp crunch. The trick is to massage the kale for 2 minutes…

keto flatbread pizza

This keto flatbread pizza is a new favorite at The Source.  Loaded with protein and healthy fats, it’s a great nutritious alternative to traditional pizza.  Of course, if you’re trying to trick young family members into thinking it’s regular pizza, you might stick with more traditional toppings. But if you’re wanting a more gourmet pizza, have…

summer stone fruit caprese salad

Stone fruit season is my favorite!  (Stone fruits = peaches, plums, nectarines, cherries, apricots, etc…) You can make this salad with any stone fruit. Really. But I love a tart plum and a sweet peach because they contrast each other beautifully. Serves 4 Ingredients 3 nectarines or peaches, sliced 4 plums, sliced 1 container baby tomatoes,…

healing thyroid tea + dr. g

Another favorite at The Source, this healing thyroid tea has been selling like crazy. It’s really simple, and super healing for the thyroid and liver.  I want to introduce you to my friend Christian Gonzalez, ND, (also known as Dr. G), who calls this tea “an ultimate concoction to support our thyroid.” Dr. G and…

raw coconut oat milk

This new vegan milk has become a fast favorite at The Source.  We’re used to seeing nut milks in place of dairy milks. But what if you’re allergic to nuts and not into soy? Enter oat milk. (If you want pure oat milk, use 1/2 cup oats and take out the coconut flakes.) I love…

paleo almond bread

I love this paleo almond bread because I can pack extra protein in it, and it’s super easy to grab on the go. I load mine up with extra collagen, and I actually freeze it and then take it with me when I travel cross country. It’s super easy to make – just put everything…

stress awareness

April is Stress Awareness Month. Since it’s so easy for me to let my stress get out of balance, I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to look at how I’ve been living, and share some of my insights with you. Some of the questions I asked myself are: Am I still living my…

stuffed mushrooms

I always know I’ve created something extraordinarily lovable when I see unusual behavior around the food.  Like when all of the meat-eating men at a party can’t stop eating the vegan tapa! That’s what happened with these stuffed mushrooms. I love these because they’re tasty, filling, and they have that meaty mouth feel.  Of course…

cauliflower ice cream

I love this ice cream because it’s all veggies and no fruit… and because I love tahini. It might seem weird to put tahini in your ice cream, but believe me, you’re gonna love it.  I love to stir in the blue majik at the end, and then top it with cacao nibs, seeds, coconut,…