the no B.S. roadmap
to healthier choices
BY CULINARY NUTRITIONIST STEFANIE SACKSMS, CNS, CDN
Discover things you didn’t know about food and find your starting point for making healthier choices.
Engage in playful activities around food and cooking while gaining confidence in the kitchen.
Transform your food behaviors and improve your emotional health and well being.
Lazy Lentil Soup
Of all the beans, lentils are the easiest and quickest to cook. You really don’t have to do much to them for a great-tasting dish. And they are packed with protein and other cherished nourishment.
Your Food Flashlight
While co-teaching a five-day food and nutrition intensive, a student approached me in tears. “How do you eat anything knowing all that you know?” After a long pause, I offered, “Knowing what I know actually makes it easier. Then, educated choices are possible.” She was listening. “Picture a pitch-dark tunnel you must walk through. Do you want to do so with a flashlight or without?” She replied, “With a light of course.” I added, “Well, the tunnel is nourishment, do you want to make your food choices in the dark or with some light?”
This granola is my answer to a healthy breakfast, whether it is served plain or with milk or yogurt. It also more than suffices as a snack. Why “golicious”? Well, when my son Jack was little, he couldn’t say delicious.
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