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I have had a lifetime of health and nutrition education and over 20 years of work and volunteer experience in the medical field. I have been very lucky to have had the opportunity to work with such diverse populations, which prepared me to become a better person. I love to help and empower other people. This is why I will forever be growing and expanding my own inner ability. I am content with myself but will never be satisfied. This will keep me going and going. Specialties Always keep expanding to my higher potential to grow and unfold in every areas of my life. Meditation and yummy healthy food is my life.

Gluten Free Pasta with Organic Veggies

  A quick, easy and healthy way to cook. Ingredients Sauce 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 large red onion, diced A bunch of pre cut brussel sprouts 3 Cups of Organic Cherry Tomatoes, w…

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Gluten Free Pasta with Organic Veggies

Pasta w Veggies


A quick, easy and healthy way to cook.

3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 large red onion, diced
A bunch of pre cut brussel sprouts
3 Cups of Organic Cherry Tomatoes, whole
1 Large zucchini, cut
1 Cup water
1/2 cup chopped fresh basil (Added in the end)
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt to taste

3 Cups Brown rice & Quinoa Fusilli Pasta
Olive Oil
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

Add Olive oil to your frying pan and heat it up to full heat. Reduce heat and then add all the veggies after they have been cut into your frying pan.

Bring a large pot of salted water with olive oil to a boil. Add the pasta to the boiling water and cook as the label directs.

After you have sautéed the vegetables for a few minutes, add some salt and the water. Sauté your veggies until you have reached your desired softness. When pasta is down, drain the water and add how much you would like to a plate. Stir in the basil in your Veggie sauce and top it to the pasta. Enjoy!

New Beginnings

Our babies arrive in this world with pure and untouched bodies. We as parents can start them off on the right track. It is important so they can develop the right taste buds for healthy foods and to know early how it makes them feel. It is our job to make sure that they get the right nutrients to grow properly.

Below is a simple food that you can put together quickly and it gives them true happiness inside and out.



Green Peas


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Organic Green Peas and Fuji Apple blend’

1 cup Organic Green Peas
1 cup Organic Fuji Apples (About 2 apples)
1/2 cup of the remainder steamed water

1. Peel the apples and cut into cubes.
2. Add apples and green peas into a pan and steam for about 7 minutes.
3. Pour all the ingredients into a blender and puree until smooth.

Serve your baby and you will see a happy smile.

“I love cooking for me and my family”

Vegan Chocolate Pudding


Super Yummy and only 3 ingredients 


1 Cup of Homemade Almond Milk

10 Dates

2 Teaspoons of cacao powder

Add everything in your blender on high. Let it sit in refrigerator for a couple of hours to make it cold.  Pour it in to a bowl & top pudding with chocolate nibs and then serve.

Option: whip coconut cream or serve with vegan, all natural vanilla ice cream. 

Rosemary Baked Veggies with pasta

Pasta with Baked Veggies

Baked Veggies

Very simple and your kids will also love it.

4-6 servings


2 cups Cauliflower
2 cups Broccoli
10 Brussel Sprouts
1 stem of Green Onion
1/2 Medium sized Red onion
8 small baby Carrots
Pink Himalayan Sea Salt & Pepper to taste
Honey or agave For a little sweetness to them if you would like.

Start by greasing a large glass baking dish with Earth Balance vegan butter. Cut up all your veggies and put them in your dish. Add a little extra butter on top of your veggies and add your salt, pepper, rosemary and sweetness. Bake, uncovered, at 375° for 30 minutes. Take out your veggie dish, stir them around and put it back in for an extra 10 minutes.

Serve warm with Gluten Free rice pasta.