Big Flavor with Less Salt, Easier Meal Prep, & More
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Think eating less salt means sacrificing flavor? It doesn’t have to be that way! Yes, salt is an important ingredient for a multitude of reason, but many of us get way too much. On this episode, nationally recognized nutrition expert and cookbook author Maya Feller talks about how she balances salt intake in her own life, and we share key ways to build flavor healthfully while relying less on the salt shaker.
Maya Feller is a registered dietitian nutritionist who received her Masters of Science in clinical nutrition at New York University, shares her approachable, real food based solutions to millions of people through regular speaking engagements, writing in local and national publications, via her social media, and as a national nutrition expert on Good Morning America, GMA3: What You Need to Know and more. Her latest book is “Eating from Our Roots: 80+ Healthy Home-Cooked Favorites from Cultures Around the World.” (goop Press)
Looking for an easier, more enticing way to plan and prep healthy meals? Lisa Bryan’s got you covered. She began meal prepping several years ago, but she quickly became tired of eating leftovers and wasting food. At the same time, she realized she needed to “downshift” the accelerated pace of her life so she flipped the script on meal prep by focusing on individual ingredients. On a whim, she posted a video to YouTube that went viral and she realized how many people were out there, just like her, who wanted a fresh approach to meal planning. Now she is celebrating the release of her book “Downshiftology Healthy Meal Prep: 100+ Make-Ahead Recipes and Quick-Assembly Meals (Clarkson Potter). She’s on the podcast to share her best meal-prep tricks and tips.
Dermatologist Dr. Diane Madfes explains how going overboard with skin treatments can backfire, and she outlines a pared down, minimalist skin care routine for maximum glow.
Dr. Madfes is a board-certified dermatologist with an office in uptown Manhattan. An admired physician in the field, as well as my personal dermatologist, Dr. Madfes is a published author of medical research and has been quoted in various magazines, as well as on television and radio programs. Her recent focuses are on menopausal skin issues, preventive aging modalities and wound healing.