Monthly Archives: September 2013

How to Run Safely in Cooler Temperatures

With fall upon us we face new challenges to our running programs with a drop in temperature and potentially hazardous running conditions. Here are some suggestions to keep you warm, happy, and healthy while exercising through the winter months. ┬áBundle … Continue reading

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On: Gluten Free Vegan Cinnamon Rolls

Until last weekend, it had been approximately 5 years since I had eaten a cinammon roll-that is since I was diagnosed with Celiac Sprue. My husband and I were in Seattle for a work conference and we ducked into my … Continue reading

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On: Gluten Free Pasta Primavera

I am in training. This time, not for a specific race, but for delivering this baby in approximately 2.5 months, returning to work as a full time health-care provider, mommy dearest, loving wife, and gluten free chef who can put … Continue reading

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On: Lean Crockpot Chicken and Veggie Soup

There is nothing quite like coming home to dinner ready and smelling amazing in the crockpot. This recipe is very easy to prepare, lean, and spectacular, a great way to greet fall…Even though the thermometer reads 95 degrees on this … Continue reading

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A Layer for Every Type of Weather: Running Gear We all need

A little product review for you, outlining my favorite running products: Saucony Women’s X-Lite Packable Jacket, Vizipro Coral, Small I love this jacket for dreary or rainy mornings because it breathes well and keeps me relatively dry.   Hat: Underarmour … Continue reading

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On: Gluten Free Quinoa Crusted Chicken Cordon Bleu

Perhaps a better name for this is Quinoa Crusted Chicken Amanda Olson. Though it follows the general formula for traditional chicken cordon bleu I took a hard left out of France with the use of Quinoa, Pepper jack cheese in … Continue reading

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5 Exercises for Minimalist Running

As a follow up to my previous post on the surge in the minimalist running movement: https://runningyourbody.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/on-minimalist-running/ I wanted to dealve further into what types of exercises are helpful in preparing your body to run in minimalist shoes. The most … Continue reading

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