How to get healthy food into our bodies without living in the kitchen!

I so enjoyed this conversation with my yoga friend, Lauren, on how to get healthy foods into our bodies without leaving the kitchen! We chatted about everything from ways to make quick and easy breakfasts for moms and kids, to how to make a simple coleslaw (that her kids love!).

We talked about the challenges of making food to fit different family members’ needs and desires, how to get more veggies into your kids’ diet (and yours), and the challenges of getting healthy food into our bodies without spending our days in front of the stove.

how to get healthy foods into our bodies without leaving the kitchenLauren O’Connor, MS, RD, RYT, is a registered dietitian, yoga teacher and founder of NutriSavvy Health based in Los Angeles. Her passion is helping people discover the joy of whole body health; she also enjoys her daily yoga practice and spending time with her twin girls. 

Besides working with clients and corporations as a nutritional consultant and yoga instructor, she has written for many publications about health including ShapeRedbookLivestrongAZ Central, Diets in Review, and Food & Nutrition Magazine.

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