When the Center for Science in the Public Interest recently ranked nearly 85 vegetables in order of highest to lowest nutrient content, Women’s Health Magazine asked me to highlight a few of them – along with simple tips on how to incorporate them into your regular meals.
Posts in this section cover various media appearances - from TV, radio, print, cookbooks and online appearances. Collaborations with Livestrong turned into two web series, Healthy Cheats (2012) and Food Courting (2011) that garnered close to a million views.
Staying hydrated throughout the day is hard enough between meetings and carpools. Check out this recent article on iYogaLife.com with practical tips to hydrate without hassle. Eating meals with high water content allows you to feel full faster – a healthier formula for weight loss than the typical diet.
Do you love going out with friends but hate the idea of racking up hundreds of calories from those sweet frozen drinks? See my Healthy Happy Hour drinks in the July 2008 issue of Self magazine, and find out how to make them fresh and light at home!
In this video of my new HEALTHY CHEATS video series, I’ll take a gourmet pasta dish and sneak in some healthier alternative ingredients without sacrificing any of the flavor.
In this video for Prevention.com, I showcased my tricks to cook perfectly juicy chicken breast… it’s two things that you’ll learn in culinary school early on, and they are so simple you can easily incorporate them in your own kitchen. Enjoy!
In this video of my new HEALTHY CHEATS video series, I’ll show you my take on a classic Latin American dish — including some additions that increase the health factor while maintaining the flavors you’re looking for.
Check out my article in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette on ‘Healthy Spreads for Superbowl Sunday’ – featuring two delicious recipes from my ‘Secrets of a Skinny Chef’ cookbook.
Join me for a date to learn about everyday healthy cooking. In this sixth episode of ‘Food Courting’, we’re going to prepare two tasty Christmas treats: Gingerbread cookies, and velvety egg nog. Not only do they taste better than the store bought version, but they’ll be a whole lot healthier.