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Watermelon Feta Salad

Ingredients:   4 cups diced watermelon 1 teaspoon jalapeño pepper, seeded and diced small 1 tablespoon white wine vinegar ½ tablespoon squeeze basil ¼ cup olive oil Pinch of salt Fresh cracked pepper ¾ cup feta cheese   Directions:   Place the diced watermelon and pepper in a large bowl.   To make the dressing, place the vinegar, basil and oil in a separate bowl and whisk to incorporate.  Add the dressing, salt and pepper

Make Your Own All-Natural Baby Food

Our vegetables are great for making baby food!   Written by Dana Yarn, RDLD Before Lily was even born I decided I would make her baby food. I did not want to worry about where her food was coming from and all of the chemicals in the mainstream foods that could harm her, so I use our all natural/organic vegetables. It is best to start a baby on solids around 6 months, its baby food time! Since I have a sweet tooth out of this world I decided

Herb Crusted Tuna Steak with Wilted Spinach

Serves 2 Serves 2   Ingredients:   2 Service Foods Yellowfin tuna steaks, 6oz. each Dijon mustard, to taste 1 tbsp. fresh rosemary, chopped fine ½ tbsp. fresh thyme, chopped fine 1 tbsp. olive oil Wilted spinach 1 tbsp. oil 1 bag pre-washed spinach Salt and pepper, to taste Sliced almonds, to taste   Directions:   1.     Heat a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat for one minute. In the meantime, rub one side of the tuna fillets with the mustard

The Importance of Protein

Written by Dana Yarn, RDLD Why do most fitness and nutrition experts say you need more protein in your diet? The answer is simple...PROTEIN WILL GIVE YOU RESULTS! Lean protein keeps you feeling full for a long period of time and it helps to build and repair muscle mass (think firm mid-section). Further, your body will burn more calories digesting protein compared to metabolizing carbs and fat, which are easier to break down. This concept is called the thermo genic effect

Grilled Chicken with Four Dipping Sauces

Ingredients:   2-4 Service Foods chicken breasts; thawed. Salt and pepper to taste.   Dipping Sauces:   Sweet and Sour ¼ Cup ketchup ¼ Cup white vinegar ¼ Cup water ¼ Cup sugar   Honey Mustard ¼ Cup Dijon mustard ¼ Cup honey   Spicy Thousand Island ¼ Cup mayonnaise ¼ Cup ketchup ¼ Teaspoon hot pepper flakes   Sweet BBQ ½ Cup BBQ sauce 1 Tablespoon light brown sugar  Directions:   Make the sweet and sour sauce

What Are Your Activities of Daily Living?

Written by Dana Yarn, RDLD  When I meet with a client for the first time I often ask them, “Are you active throughout the day?” This means are they sitting, standing, or doing physical labor for their job. Believe it or not there is a substantial daily caloric burn difference between a school teacher who stands most of the day and those who have “desk” jobs, it can be anywhere between 400-600 extra calories per day one burns who stands up

Steaks with Bourbon-Coffee Sauce

Serves 4   Ingredients:   ½ cup water 3 tablespoons bourbon 1 ½ teaspoons sugar ½ teaspoon beef flavored bouillon granules ½ teaspoon instant coffee granules ½ teaspoon black pepper ¼ teaspoon salt 4 of your favorite Service Foods steaks 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons fresh chopped parsley   Directions:   1.     Combine first 5 ingredients in a small bowl and set aside.   2.     Sprinkle pepper and salt over

Poached Halibut in a Tomato Basil Sauce

 Ingredients:2 Halibut fillets, skinless1 tablespoon olive oil1 tablespoon shallots, diced¼ cup dry white wine8 oz. clam juice1 bunch fresh basil (stems removed) and chopped medium1 ripe tomato, seeds removed and chopped1 tablespoon butterSalt and pepper to tasteDirections:Heat a large skillet over med-high heat for one minute. Add the oil to the hot pan and swirl to coat. Add the shallots and sauté for one minute. Add the wine and clam juice. Place the halibut fillets into the skillet. If liquid

An American Epidemic: Type 2 Diabetes

Written By Dana Yarn, RDLD Type 2 Diabetes is turning into an epidemic; it breaks my heart to see both children and adults who are diagnosed with this disease that could have been prevented with weight management and proper nutrition. There are millions of people in this country who are walking around unaware that they have diabetes. I often hear from clients that they did not feel any symptoms when they were first diagnosed so they did not take it seriously and were not compliant
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