A new food pyramid

Posted by Jennifer Campoli on January 31st, 2011
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Today marks the beginning of week 4 in my holistic health and nutrition program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. I knew the material would be eye opening and I knew the learning curve would be large. But I didn't expect to be this blown away in a mere month. And I love it! After […]

Protein Pancake Power + Savory Oats

Posted by Jennifer Campoli on January 28th, 2011
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Mornin' Did you know that today is National Blueberry Pancake Day? I had no idea! But once I was informed I knew there was only ONE thing to have for breakfast… Pancakes get in my belly!!! Now I love pancakes but I rarely to never make them. Odd. But this week is all about having […]

Daily Balance

Posted by Jennifer Campoli on January 27th, 2011
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Morning friends! I bid you hello from snowy Boston. Mother Nature has delighted us with another 10+ inches of snow. I think I'm done with the color white. I have a question for ya… How do you start your mornings typically? Are you an early riser or do you like to hit snooze and squeeze out […]

Having FUN with food again

Posted by Jennifer Campoli on January 25th, 2011
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I'm not an expert meal planner. My experience with meal planning only stems from following planned diets. My experience with cooking has been based around the can have's and the can't have's. So much was off limits in my life therefore I never really enjoyed the kitchen. At all. My time in there was not pleasant […]

Green couscous 'n fresh OJ

Posted by Jennifer Campoli on January 24th, 2011
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Expecting to see a giant bowl of couscous with pureed spinach in there? Akin to my beloved Green Monster? Not quite friends. This Green Couscous recipe was thrown together last night a mere 15 minutes before dinner. I had three things in the fridge that were begging to be used: asparagus, snap peas and cherry tomotoes […]