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Serves 4 Takes 20 Minutes Ingredients: 1 tbsp Avocado Oil (divided) 2 1/2 cups Green Beans (trimmed) 1 pound of Shrimp (raw, peeled and de-veined) 1/8 tsp Sea Salt 2 tbsp Coconut Aminos 1/2 tsp Red pepper flakes Directions: Heat half of the oil in a large skillet over medium-high…(Read More)

Produce in-season


What’s in season? Hello October and fall weather!! This year with the encouragement and the help of my sister, I am planting my own winter garden.   Vegetables that grow well in the winter in Texas are onions, beets, radishes, carrots, lettuce and asparagus.  Therefore, I’ve decided to plant my favorite…(Read More)

Roasted Tomato Soup


This recipe is so tasty + easy to make!  The roasted vegetables give the soup a real deep, rich flavor! It’s savory and sweet and goes perfect with a grilled cheese sandwich on a sweater weather day. Note: This tomato soup is packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and plant compounds (lycopene, flavonoids, vitamins C…(Read More)

Weight Gain After 30’s


Right when you hit your 30’s, changes are happening in your bodyYour body composition gradually shifts. The proportion of lean muscledecreases and the proportion of fat increasesSome people become less physically active as they get older becauseof their busy lifestyle. Loss of Lean Muscle Mass One of the main reasons for weight gain is…(Read More)

The aim of PCOS Awareness Month is to help improve the lives of those affected by PCOS and to help them overcome their symptoms as well as prevent and reduce their risks for life-threatening conditions. In honor of PCOS Awareness Month, it’s a good time to discuss this topic because most people don…(Read More)

This high fiber & protein vegan recipe is so easy and quick to prepare and it’s super yummy.     Leftovers are great for lunch the next day, which can be served cold or hot.   It’s loaded with so many fiber- rich vegetables: edamame, arugula, tomatoes, broccoli, shredded carrots…(Read More)

Chocolate Protein Muffins


This recipe was created for my client, Connor. His mother was concerned about her son eating too many sugary foods for breakfast. To cut back on his sugar intake at breakfast, here is a muffin recipe with less sugar, more protein and fiber just for Connor. He and his family loved them. Serves 12 Takes…(Read More)

Golf has a lot going for it: It’s played in a beautiful setting, it’s a fun but challenging sport, and it causes you to think about proper form and alignment for the perfect swing. As a newbie to the sport, I have found it to be therapeutic because while I’m getting some…(Read More)

It’s almost back to school time, which means new notebooks, folders, and pencils. While you’re out shopping for school supplies, be sure to also pick up a lunchbox that provides different compartments to hold a variety of foods. Why? Because you want your kids to be excited to eat lunch, and believe me…(Read More)

Collagen – you see it advertised, but do you know what it is and why it’s important to your overall health? Let’s break it down and see what the science says. What is Collagen? Collagen is a protein – the most abundant one in our bodies, in fact – comprising one-third of our protein composition…(Read More)

Patty Martin

Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Have you found the right weight loss solution for you, yet? You can! Together, we’ll resolve your past weight loss struggles, transform your energy and health and you will look and feel your best. I truly enjoy helping my clients to reach her or his most desired goals. As a registered dietitian nutritionist, I can help you become all you want to be and more.

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