Monthly Archives: October 2014

Roasted Garlic & Paprika Pumpkin Seeds

The Pumpkin seed, or┬ápepita, the spanish culinary term for the delicious little wonders that we rescue out of the gooey bowels of our pumpkins every year, are a great nutritious snack. At 285 calories, 2.3 grams of saturated fat, and … Continue reading

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On: How to prepare Gluten Free/ Dairy Free Pumpkin Puree

This is it folks, my favorite time of year. This is the season of the best and most beautiful running, gorgeous colors throughout nature, red wine, delicious locally grown organic apples….. and PUMPKIN EVERYTHING! I used to be a summer … Continue reading

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On: Gluten Free Chicken Noodle Soup

Homemade soup is always better than store bought soup, and store bought gluten free chicken noodle soup is difficult to come by anyway. This easy soup recipe includes few ingredients and tastes fantastic, especially on a dreary fall day. Ingredients: … Continue reading

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Core Exercises with a Baby

Exercises that can be done with a baby are enormously popular with my patients. Moms and Dads alike are pressed for time, and certainly every minute with your baby is valuable. These core stability exercises can be done easily in … Continue reading

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On: The Rogue Half-Marathon-Race Review

I had the pleasure of running the Rogue Half Marathon as a pacer for the 1:50 finish time. This Southern Oregon run begins in the small but growing town of Talent, and ends at the Jackson County Fairgrounds in Central … Continue reading

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