Holiday Eating

Menu Plan Monday: Week of December 15, 2014

Nutritioulicious is getting in the holiday spirit this week by celebrating Hanukkah, my birthday, and National Pear Month! Hope you all had a great weekend and is getting a good start to your week! It’s going to be another busy one here – I’m sure everyone feels the same way with the holidays creeping up. This week is certainly going to be a festive one in my house. Hanukkah starts Tuesday night, which happens to also be my birthday, so here’s how my week is looking: di… read more »

Make Small Changes for a Healthier Lifestyle

For years I’ve said small changes lead to results when it comes to living a healthier life. That’s what the Meta Effect and the new line of Meta products are all about. Disclaimer: I am a paid consultant with Meta and was compensated for this post. Opinions are my own. I have always believed that small changes can lead to results as it pertains to improving diet and lifestyle. Whenever my clients, readers, and social media followers ask me about reaching a health-related goal, I always start by diss… read more »

Nutritious and Delicious Sweet Potato Recipe Roundup

Used in soups, stews, casseroles, and pies, the sweet and savory sweet potato is a star on the Thanksgiving table. Give one of these nutritious and delicious sweet potato recipes a try!  With Thanksgiving only a week away, Sweet Potato Awareness Month couldn’t come at a better time! Most everyone I know has at least one sweet potato dish on her table next to the turkey, don’t you agree? So in the spirit of Thanksgiving and Sweet Potato Awareness, here is a roundup of some of the most Nutr… read more »

Thanksgiving Recipes and Menu Plan Monday: Week of November 17, 2014

In less than two weeks we’ll be celebrating Thanksgiving, the US cooking holiday of the year for home cooks! (Check out more 2014 Thanksgiving trends from Whether you’re hosting the turkey day meal or bringing a side dish to a friend’s house, it’s always fun to get some culinary inspiration and try a new dish on the holiday. With so many Thanksgiving recipes available online, how do you choose what to make? A few of my blogging friends have come to… read more »

Happy, Healthy, Safe, and Fun Halloween!

This Halloween, before you and the kids get all dressed up and fill your pumpkins with candy, find out how to stay safe and healthy while still having fun! This post was written by Nutritioulicious contributor Tiana Yom, MPH, CHES  Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. Yes, since I was three years old, I have considered it a holiday. To make sure your Halloween is as fun as possible, you and your children (if you have any) need to stay safe, especially when it comes to getting candy from strangers (… read more »