School Lunches 101

by Bailey Green, Registered Dietitian on September 6, 2017


It’s back to school time! Cue upset kids and very relieved moms and dads. When I was going to grade school, September meant two things. Begging for light up sneakers that my parents would always refuse to get me (They thought they were tacky, and they were right.) AND Having lunch made for me every day. […]

Best Green Smoothie You Will Ever Try!

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on September 25, 2016


At least this is my opinion! This is a great smoothie to add to your smoothie rotation. This smoothie was not only very tasty but extermely filling. I did not add any protein powder to it as I was content with the 19g that it already offered. Simply add all the ingredients listed below into your […]

The Healthiest Cleanse You Can Do!

by Bailey Green Dietitian Candidate on August 8, 2016

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Summer is here! Unless you’ve somehow managed to avoid social media, magazine covers, and TV commercials, you’ve probably noticed that the claims to help you lose weight quickly and get that “ perfect summer body” are absolutely everywhere. In the world of extreme diets, cleanse diets are huge. This is especially true when warmer weather […]

What is the REAL Cost of Healthy Eating?

by Bailey Green Dietitian Candidate on May 18, 2016

We’ve all heard it, and maybe we’ve even said it ourselves: Eating healthy food is just more expensive than eating unhealthy food. It’s relatively hard to dispute this. After all, you can argue that a fast food value meal can fill you up for 5 dollars, while grabbing a fresh salad or sandwich at your local […]

Banana Bread. . . Need I say more!

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on February 9, 2016


I LOVE banana bread!! I add pecans to mine! Enjoy!   Banana Bread 12 Servings Makes 2 loafs, 12 slices each! Kid Friendly Freeze well for 1 month Ingredients 2.5 cups grains, wheat flour, whole-grain 1.5 tsp spices, cinnamon, ground 1.25 tsp baking soda 6 ml leavening agent, baking powder, continuous action, (1 1/4 tsp) […]

Are Abs Really Made In The Kitchen?

by Bailey Green Dietitian Candidate on January 27, 2016


Are Abs Really Made in the Kitchen? We see it on Facebook, on Pinterest, and on motivational Instagram posts: “Abs are Made in the Kitchen.” Sure, it’s become a mantra for athletes and fitness buffs over the last few years, but what does it really mean? When it comes to defining abs, some believe that […]

Mindful Eating in 2016

by Bailey Green Dietitian Candidate on January 2, 2016

Mindful Eating

2016 is upon us, and what’s a new year without a resolution? If you’re like a lot of people, one of your goals for 2016 could be to eat healthy or to lose weight. Easier said than done for most of us!  For the first few weeks of every new year, it seems that we […]

Pasta with 1/2 the calories!

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on July 21, 2015

Bethany's Pasta

I know many of you have heard of, if not tried spaghetti squash. It has a bit of a sweet flavour, which is not surprising as ~40% of the carbohydrates found in spaghetti squash are coming from sugar; 20% from fiber, and 40% from starch. When cooked right it has a different texture of normal […]

The ONE THING I get all my clients to do!

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on July 12, 2015


DEVELOP A FOOD ROUTINE! Do you have a food routine? No, well I would argue with you on that one! I truly feel that everyone has a food routine, you just may not realize it. If you are saying to yourself right now, “Nope, I really don’t not have a food routine,” than you are […]

Dark Chocolate Banana Muffins

by Bethany Vessey, Registered Dietitian on July 9, 2015

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Here is it! My recipe for Dark Chocolate Banana Muffins. Need I say more. . .? Oh but I will! I am not only excited that this spur of the moment concoction actually turned out, but I love how simple they were to make! Be sure to share this one with the whole family as each […]