Cyber Monday DEAL!

Because, why not?!  Red Wine And Cheese PlateYou can get these deals now through midnight on Monday, December 1st.

Here are just a few reasons why you should take advantage of one of the deals below:

  • You want to be that person in the room who says “no” to a whole table of desserts, just because they don’t taste good to you anymore.
  • You want to be that person in the room who can eat rich foods, and not gain weight.
  • You want to feel good, truly strong and healthy.
  • You want your constant digestive issues to be a thing of the past.
  • You want your family to be healthy, perhaps even solve some of those nagging health issues such as allergies, skin issues, infertility, yeast infections, IBS, headaches, and many, many more.
  • You are confused about what to eat, and you need some simple answers and help with sourcing good food.

It is shopping season, and giving the gift of health is the best gift of all!

Deal Number One

50% off of my Real Food Transformation eCourse!

This is an amazing deal, never before offered!  This course will walk you through eight steps to a healthy diet.  We’ll get down to the nitty-gritty and look at every aspect of your diet.  Full price is $95, so you’ll be getting the course for just $47.50, a steal!Two Women Eating Meal Together At Home

  • Informative videos
  • Beautiful information sheets for you to print or use online
  • Help with sourcing healthy food
  • Daily email support
  • Facebook group to ask all your questions
  • 30+ recipes to get you started
  • Lifetime access to all of this information
  • 100% money-back guarantee

You can purchase as many of these courses for friends and family as you’d like.  Each member needs their own login, so follow these simple steps to get you set up:

1. Click on this link and pay the correct amount for the number of courses.  Ex: 1 member sign up = $47.50, 2 member sign up = $95, 3 member sign up = $142.50

2. Email me the email addresses you’d like signed up, along with the desired start-date of the course.   If you don’t do this step, I’ll simply use the email address used in the Paypal purchase.

3. Start your journey to a healthier you!

Deal Number Two

20% off consulting services!

You know folks, I almost never offer discounts on consulting.  This year, I want to reach people who’ve been hanging out on the sidelines, wondering if they should take the plunge and have a consult to deal with one issue or another.  A consult with me is a fun time where we talk about you and positive ways to get you where you want to be.  Young women in the kitchen Consults are either over the phone/Skype/Facetime or in my home office in Roslindale.

Let me tell you,  NOW is the time to take advantage.   I’ve never before offered a discount on my rates and I can’t imagine that I’ll do it again anytime soon.  Food can truly change your life (just check out my last blog post!), so now’s the time to get some professional help to kick-start your health.  To take advantage, follow these simple steps:

1.  Click on this link and pay for the desired number of 1-hour sessions.

For a four-session package, the discounted rate is $256, for an eight-session package, the discounted rate is $512, for a single session the discounted rate is $64.

2.  Email me to set up your first appointment!   I can only take a tiny number or new clients before the end of the year, but if you have an urgent issue I’ll get you in, no problem.

Here’s to a happy and healthy new year and new you!

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Favorite post of 2013!

The winner is:  “She should sell this stuff…”

Everyone loved the granola post, so here it is again to ring in the new year   Wouldn’t you know it, but I happen to have some in the oven now as we speak!

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Here’s to a new year full of joy, happiness and HEALTH.  Happy New Year everyone!

Celebration Eggnog

Eggnog
‘Tis the season for celebration.  Here in Massachusetts, we are celebrating something special and rare in this country: a win for a nearly 300 year old farm and its supporters in a debate over raw milk regulation.

Last night, at a town hearing that drew over 300 people and filled the Ahern Middle School auditorium in Foxborough, the volunteers on the Foxborough Board of Health decided in a 2-1 vote to allow the state of Massachusetts to continue its monitoring of the Foxborough farm without any additional regulations by the town.

Countrywide, raw milk is a heated issue.  Supporters see raw milk as a health food that has helped solve many a health issue.  They see pasteurized milk as colored water at its best, and a toxic and damaging substance at its worst.

Those against raw milk cite bacteria levels as proof of its dangers, along with a myriad of government agencies that agree on the issue of bacteria levels.  Of course, these bacteria are exactly what the raw milk drinkers are after. Indeed, demand for raw milk is rising nationwide.

As it now stands, consumers in eastern Massachusetts have the freedom to choose raw milk and the Lawton family has the freedom to continue running their business under the state laws.  Those who do not wish to drink raw milk have other options, but what is important is choice for all of us.

To celebrate the win for freedom of choice, this morning I mixed up some fresh raw milk eggnog for my family.  Although the milk is indeed heated, it is not boiled or pasteurized so the good bacteria is still in tact.  Same goes for the egg yolks- raw is the best way to reap the nutritional benefits of eggs IF you know and trust your farmer and their practices. If you do not know/trust your farmer, you can heat the milk/yolk mixture a bit more.

This recipe can be dressed up with spices, spirits, or other flavors such as peppermint extract as desired.

Basic eggnog
2 cups raw local milk
4 egg yolks from pastured hens
1/4-1/3 cup pure maple syrup
a sprinkle of cinnamon & nutmeg, or more if you enjoy the taste
tiny pinch of salt

Warm milk on low heat in a small sauce pan.  Do not let boil.  If a layer of “skin” forms on the top, skim off and discard.  When warm, turn off the burner and add the four egg yolks.  Whisk until combined, then add the syrup, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt and mix.

Enjoy!

Update:  If you heat this after you put in the eggs in order to slightly “cook” the eggs to minimize risk, be very sure you’re whisking the mixture constantly while its heating.  If you do not, you risk getting something like lumpy scrambled eggs in milk.  This is why I recommend heating only before putting the egg yolks in, as they will then stay smooth and add only richness, not lumps.