5 Reasons to Bypass the Turkey this Thanksgiving…and Everyday

Nearly 46 million turkeys are brutally raised and slaughtered just for Thanksgiving in the U.S. each year. Here are 5 reasons to bypass the turkey this Thanksgiving...and everyday: 1. Bred for both size and speed of growth, turkeys more than doubled in size since 1929 from an average of 13 pounds to an average of [...]

November 23rd, 2015|Featured, Holidays, Social and Environmental Issues|

Cyber December

Forget Cyber Monday! How about Cyber December? The more, the merrier! In honor of my brand new book, The Vegiterranean Diet, being published on December 23rd, I am offering a fun deal that lasts all month long: Pre-order or order (beginning December 23rd) a copy of The Vegiterranean Diet and enter to win FREE nutrition [...]

November 30th, 2014|Book Giveaways, Featured, Holidays, Uncategorized|

Tips for A Healthy Holiday Season

The average person gains 5-10 pounds over the holiday season. But it doesn't have to be that way... Here are 3 tips for navigating the holidays healthfully all the while enjoying the festivities: 1. Go whole. Pick the wholest ingredients possible when preparing or enjoying dishes. Having the most fiber intact will enable satiety with [...]

November 16th, 2014|Holidays, Uncategorized, What Would Julieanna Do? Q&A|

A Grinch’s Guide to Halloween

Alas, the time of year is rapidly approaching yet again....the week of "All Hollows' Eve"...the one holiday that I am geared to gravitate away from for multiple reasons. It is a holiday that worships sugar, junk food, and excess, all with a slant of horror, terror, and trickery. These are all ideas that frankly turn [...]

October 27th, 2014|Holidays, Uncategorized|