All Posts By Katie Cavuto-Boyle

Curried Quinoa Salad

by , April 5th, 2013

quinoa salad
We’ve all heard of the health benefits of quinoa but I love it because it is so easy to prepare. Like rice, you combine 1 part quinoa with 2 parts cooking liquid, boil, cover, simmer for 10-12 minutes and it’s done. Quinoa is naturally n...

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Prevent Cold-Weather Dehydration

by , March 19th, 2013

water bottles
When it’s cold outside, the last thing most of us are craving is an ice-cold glass of water. However, it’s just as important to stay hydrated in the winter as it is in the summer. Often, we don’t feel as thirsty in the winter becau...

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Reset Your Resolution

by , March 2nd, 2013

new years resolution
We’re more than a few weeks into the New Year — have you kept up with your resolution?  If not, no need to feel guilty and sabotage future health goals. Unattainable health goals only lead to a sense of failure which in turn becomes lac...

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Vinegar: Boost Flavor Without Adding Fat

by , February 17th, 2013

vinegar
A humble bottle of vinegar comes with a long list of health claims. Folklore and anecdotal evidence claims that vinegar is the cure for lice, kidney disease, alcoholism, hypertension, jelly fish stings, tumors, ear infections and many more ailments ...

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Raw Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad

by , February 7th, 2013

brussels sprout salad

I often find myself cravings salads even in the heart of these cold winter months. In an attempt to nourish my body with seasonal ingredients I have been gravitating towards winter greens. This salad pairs raw lacinato kale with shredded Brussels sp...

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Roasted Beet and Apple Soup

by , January 30th, 2013

beet soup

I teach cooking classes on a regular basis and I always try to include a soup as it’s an easy way to incorporate more vegetables into your diet. Served as a starter or eaten as a meal, soups are warming and nutritious this time of year. Roaste...

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Healthy Snacking at Work

by , January 29th, 2013

frozen grapes
As we settle into our work groove and busy office routines, it’s too easy to grab a bag of chips or make a meal out of a box of Cheez-Its (which I secretly love), but that will quickly leave you feeling unmotivated and unproductive. Rather tha...

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Navigating the Stress of Holiday Eating

by , December 21st, 2012

holiday stress
The holidays are upon us and the joy of the season is often paired with a good amount of stress. Managing everyday life can be stressful enough so the hussle of the holidays can send some people over the edge quite quickly. It’s a known fact that ...

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Healthy Holiday Gifts

by , December 20th, 2012

holiday gift
Healthy Holiday Must-have #1: The UP wristband tracker is a sleek, easy to wear movement and sleep tracker that when paired with the app gives you legit feedback on your day-to-day lifestyle.  ($99, https://jawbone.com/up)

Why it made the list:

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Natural Sweeteners: Information and Uses

by , November 17th, 2012

maple syrup
Added sugars in out diet have been shown to increase the risk of obesity and disease. Does this mean you can never have sweets again? The answer is no, but it is important to understand the facts. With constant media hype surrounding buzz words like...

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