Who says we gotta give up chips??

Doritos Style Chips Pictured: Sour cream and onion flavor didn’t last long near my taste testers. When you left your high-carb lifestyle, you didn’t have to leave crunch behind. Now, with the nacho chip recipe and some popcorn salts, you can savor … [Read more...]

#tbt Taco Shells

Zucchini and Cauliflower Taco Shells...Shell YESSS!!!!! Pictures: Hint– They’re all Tacos. I know. I continue to astound. This is, by far, my most FAVORITE use of either cauliflower or zucchini dough for making Mexican foods… and these are … [Read more...]

Low-Carb Wonton Soup

I crave soup, often...and this one is a keeper if you haven't tried it yet! Wonton soup is a wonderful way to use the rest of that pork roast you have resting in the refrigerator. Just use low-carb wonton wrappersand you’re all set for Chinese food … [Read more...]

6 Reasons to stop feeding your kids “Kid Food”

Doctor Yum dishes up important reasons to skip the typical kid-related food and opt for more nutritious options FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia – (March 22, 2017) – According to the National Institutes of Health, on any given day one-third of children and … [Read more...]

Easy + Breadsticks = :-)

Easiest Breadsticks Ever Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed or subscribe by entering your email address in the sidebar for updates. Breadsticks! The sticky breads of life. The life of bread in stick … [Read more...]

Pizza Sliders

Pizza Sliders Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed or subscribe by entering your email address in the sidebar for updates. OK, seriously? Why, yes, thanks. Pizza sliders are one of the hottest … [Read more...]

An everyday go to

Low Carb Rice Riced cauliflower is touted as one of the most important finds in the world of low-carb, right after the probable discovery of Dr. Atkins snacking on bacon in the break room and dropping dozens of pounds as though by magic–and … [Read more...]

Vegetable oil overdose

The US is overdosing by a factor of 10 on polyunsaturated food – vegetable oil alone comprises 25-40% of the average American’s daily calories – and these oils overwhelm our metabolism and cause chronic pain, colitis, obesity, fatigue and … [Read more...]

Food on the Brain

Food on the Brain… Top Brain Boosters to Add and Brain Drainers to Drop From Your Shopping List The foods you have in your pantry and fridge may be helping or hindering your brain. Dr. Christopher Calapai DO, a New York City Osteopathic Physician … [Read more...]

It’s so easy being green

It’s so easy being green. In an effort to use up some of the fresh spinach in the fridge, I decided to make a salad pizza crust. They’re even lower in carbs and acceptable in induction than some of the higher carb veggies. This pizza is not as hand … [Read more...]

Doughnut craving

Low Carb Doughnuts Most of the time, the recipes I put together are things I miss eating that have always been verboten high-carb choices. Give me something delicious that we’re told is off-limits, that might cause someone to either hug Little … [Read more...]

Nature Made® Adult Gummies

#ad Nature Made® Adult Gummies sponsored this post. Enjoy! If only Prancercising gave me abs of steel. But that I cannot expect. I do know I can expect to get all of the nutrients needed as a mom on the go with my Nature Made® Adult Gummies, and … [Read more...]

Cauliflower Pepperoni Bread Sticks

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe by entering your email address in the sidebar for updates. Perfectly pleasing in every way, get your pepperoni on this week.   I love how simple and quick these are to make. … [Read more...]

Five Mindless, Harmful Eating Habits to Avoid in 2016

Once upon a time, the word “diet” was only associated with weight loss. Thank goodness, times are finally changing. In recent years, science and technology have taught us so much about all of the ways that nutrition and specific foods can alter the … [Read more...]

Preventing/Dealing with Diabetes

  Diabetes today is considered a preventative “lifestyle disease.” This means that there are various lifestyle choices we have control of that can contribute to preventing or causing progression of diabetes. When it comes to … [Read more...]