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“Food can be medicine and working out is a great stress reliever. Being a mom of three boys, it is my passion for them to grow up knowing this, plus as many people as I can reach along the way. This is why I became a personal trainer and health coach.” Stephanie

Kitchen staples: Garlic Dill Pickle Kraut, avocados, and avocado oil.

How I choose what goes on my plate: I always start with lots of fresh veggies and then think of different creations I can make with them. From throwing them in a bowl with some sweet potatoes and kraut, to stuffing them in a yummy taco topped with my favorite kraut.

If I could convince you to try one thing, it’d be: To eat whole, real foods and to move your body every day in some way you enjoy.

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"Health is synonymous with love and respect. When we fuel our bodies with intentional food, thoughts and relationships, we are giving ourselves the kind of full body hug you reserve for your best friend from college." Alaena

Kitchen staples: High quality fats for cooking, gut-loving foods like Classic Caraway Kraut, and creativity (maybe fueled by a little organic wine).

How I choose what goes on my plate: I fill my plate with one high quality protein and at least two organic vegetables. Once you have cooking technique down, you can turn the simplest ingredients into a restaurant-quality meal.

If I could convince you to try one thing, it’d be: YOGA! Watch your world expand as you dive into the spiritual and physical practice of yoga.

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"’Im a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Personal Trainer, and although I believe that all foods can fit into a healthy lifestyle, I also believe that good health starts with your gut. We need to take care of the bodies that do so much for us every single day!” Kyla

Kitchen staples: Garlic Dill Pickle Kraut, organic eggs, and my air fryer!

How I choose what goes on my plate: I always start with raw or sautéed leafy greens. Then I add roasted veggies, a whole grain such as quinoa, one or two good sources of protein, and kraut to finish it off… not optional!

If I could convince you to try one thing, it’d be: Try new foods, and try them more than once!

 

ADD FARMHOUSE CULTURE TO YOUR NEXT MEAL