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About Skinny Fat Kids

I am a fat kid at heart. I don’t start a day without planning a meal; whether it is cooking with friends or trying out a new spot. It might have something to do with being a Mexican/Italian.. Since I was young I loved to help out in the kitchen and was open to all types of food. I appreciate what cooking comes along with… Family, friends and times you will never forget. Food for me is something that you can make taste good even though it is healthy! People have no idea how easy it is to throw together a perfectly well balanced meal that provides them with all the essential nutrients one needs. Each of us have your unique genetic needs, tastes, backgrounds which can be factored into your food and nutrition plan. “Change is one constant in our lives.” You can rid disease and illness through food. Food is something people do not clearly understand. I strongly believe in cooking with local, seasonal, organic, and nutrient-rich ingredients as best as you can. It is essential to eat only grass fed dairy and meat because they provide more essential nutrients as well as high levels of vitamins. Having a garden and knowing where your food comes from is essential! I owe a lot to my mom who many can attest that she is a GREAT entertainer. She seems to always be having a “dinner party” and always throws together something delicious. My objective in this blog is to share my love and knowledge of food and cooking with all you peeps. I want to give you all ideas on how easy it is to eat healthy and make food taste good. I want the standard american diet to be something of the past… TBC


I know it has been some time since I have shared any recipes, or anything for that matter. But the blogging has started up again and I am back and with a new format and a LOT of yummy things … Continue reading

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Hippie Stuff (aka) Granola

My sister Allie brought some amazing organic granola back from Hawaii for me. As some of your know, my parents house is a free for all. The kitchen is always packed with friends, family, and most of all groms… The … Continue reading

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broiled salmon with a white bean, kale and proscuitto

We all know salmon is a great for many reasons. It is easy to cook, a great source of protein, is filled with beneficial heart healthy omega 3 fatty acids and has wonderful anti- inflammatory properties. Remember only to buy … Continue reading

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lemon-ginger poached halibut with leeks

As you can see, I am back…  Being in the health/weight loss/ fitness industry New Years resolutions are “in” to say the least. I decided to make mine a little different and do what I started over a year ago… … Continue reading

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The Top 10 Foods You Thought Were Healthy But Are Actually Not Diving into 2013 with some new health and fitness goals?  Just be careful out there in the wild world of diet and nutrition. There are some real tricksters who … Continue reading

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Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream

Well its warm everywhere else in California… so why not try out my new ice cream maker my awesome cousin Kylee just sent me!!!! And yes when I say “ice cream” I mean a delicious dairy-free goodness. I promise you … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Kick Start Your Spring Detox…

Happy Spring Everyone! I am about to complete my holistic nutrition program and am doing some detoxing to rid the winter blues away!! I thought I would share some information and guidelines that I have been following throughout  the last … Continue reading

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Why do I drink Chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll more like boraphyll???? Chlorophyll is the green pigment that is created by plants which helps them absorb elements including sunlight to perform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis in it’s most basic explanation, is a process where plants take sunlight and turn it … Continue reading

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Whats in season NOW in California?

Spring is here… and so are some delicious fruits and veggies!! Artichokes, asparagus, beets, cherries, kohlrabi, spinach, mushrooms, parsley, tangerines, raspberries, and strawberries are all in season. Shop at your local farmers market and find organic, local and in season … Continue reading

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The Obesity Epidemic

Here is some useful information that I made for one of my homework assignments!!! This should make you really think about what you are putting in your body!! Don’t forget=>    you ARE what you EAT !! you also are … Continue reading

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All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes

All-Natural Easter Egg Dye Recipes Use these all-natural dye recipes made from household ingredients to create Easter eggs in beautifully subdued shades. Food dyes are one of the most widely used and dangerous additives. While the European Union has recently … Continue reading

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Hungry For Change Documentary: Free World Premiere

Watch this FREE NEW documentary ON HOW TO CREATE LONG LASTING WEIGHT LOSS, ABUNDANT  ENERGY AND VIBRANT HEALTH!!! Not only is it INSPIRING and INFORMATIVE, but FREE to watch online for 3 MORE DAYS. Take this awesome opportunity to learn … Continue reading

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Purple Cauliflower!

Salty, Crunchy and Spicy Purple Cauliflower Recipe This awesome recipe is modified  from a recipe at San Francisco’s delicious Pizzeria Delfina. I never really was that into cauliflower, but this recipes is spicy, salty and just the right crunch!   … Continue reading

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Quick Video on reading FOOD LABELS.

Take 3 minutes out of your life to learn something you will use forever!! This quick video explains an easy way to understand how your fruits and veggies were grown. CHECK IT OUT!!!

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Cake Batter Brownie !!

Cake Batter Brownies These delicious cakey moist brownies are my new favorite. I know I posted some the other day, but this new invention is the best yet. Honestly, I could eat the whole tray. Thank god I have some … Continue reading

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Sweet Potato Salad (paleo)

Cold Sweet Potato Salad (paleo) The sweet potato salad is a super easy dish that is dairy and gluten free. It is great because not only is it filling, but it is packed with nutrients. This dish is awesome for … Continue reading

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Amazing Paleo Brownies

This is a yummy treat i just made this last weekend for my snow trip! This treat is a delicious gluten and dairy free dessert, but you would never know!! Even the guys didn’t believe me that it was healthy, … Continue reading

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PALEO Coconut Chocolate Macaroons

Ever just need a little sweetness after a healthy dinner?? This tasty and quick recipe is something I created last night after an awesome dinner of lamb chops paired with a balsamic roasted brussel sprout & beet salad, with a … Continue reading

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Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Beets

Yesterday when I was studying I decided to roast some vegetables. You can pretty much roast whatever vegetables you want, you just want to make sure they are grouped in the same cooking times in order to not over cook … Continue reading

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Farmers Market Run

Farmers Market Run

Farmers markets are awesome!! Everyone should get to know your local farmer. Shopping at farmers markets helps you eat local, organic and in season. You will get better deals then going to whole foods, new leaf, etc. Everything from eggs, fresh fish, nuts, dairy, flowers, and vegetables are acccesible right in your neigborhood. ( Check out to find the closest one near you!!)
in the picture: Plantains, meyer lemons, gala and fiji apples, dino kale, beets, radishes, avocados,ginger, chard, smoked salmon, humbolt fog goat cheese, and a whole organic chicken! YUM

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2012 New Year, New YOU. Special!!

Start your 2012 off right!!! It’s not too late to learn the tools that you need in order to detox those holiday sweets and goodies you just couldn’t resist!!! So what’s a party person to do to gain energy, maintain or lose weight, … Continue reading

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Liver–The World’s Most Nutrient Dense Food

Liver is nature’s most concentrated source of Vitamin A and contains all the B vitamins in abundance. Many of us tend to be deficient in both. It’s also one of our best sources of folic acid, iron and copper. How … Continue reading

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Persimmon Smoothie

Persimmons are in season and are probably on your street somewhere!!! If you live in the U.S. and you don’t happen to have a persimmon tree, you’ll want to start looking for persimmons… If and when you do find them, … Continue reading

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serves 2 1 bunch baby rainbow carrots, cut into round slices ½ cup cold pressed olive oil 1 spring thyme 3 mandarin oranges 1 6- ounce wild salmon fillets 1 bunch parsley, chopped 1 bunch chives, chopped 2 shallots 3 … Continue reading

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Why antacids and acid reflex drugs are bad!

here is a great post by my friend from class! check out her awesome blog: Why antacids and acid reflux drugs are a BIG problem Let’s dive right in, shall we? Yes I know, these drugs work to reduce … Continue reading

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Raw Chocolate Avocado Mousse

(Gluten and Dairy Free!) If you enjoy chocolate, but still want to be healthy, this is a awesome dessert! This is also a wonderful blood sugar balancing treat! This mousse is filled with  “good fat” (avocado and coconut), which helps … Continue reading

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Video Clip On MS you must Watch!

Check out this!! This woman is incredible ! This MD doctor reversed her own advanced MS purely through food and diet, after the so called “best” drugs and medical treatments failed. You must see this!!!   Please share this … Continue reading

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The benefit of soaking nuts and seeds

Do you ever eat a couple of handfuls full of cashews or a few tablespoons of a nut butter and wonder why it feels as though you dropped a bowling ball in your stomach? It’s because nuts that have not been soaked … Continue reading

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The TRUTH about your Thanksgiving TURKEY!

The Truth About Turkey How much do you know about your Thanksgiving turkey? If you buy your turkey from a typical grocery store–and most Americans do–you might not realize that the approximately 46 million turkeys consumed every year come from a … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers + TURMERIC!

Please read the information on Turmeric below!!! Who know you might learn something! Here are a couple of recipes I made up last night… Once again my photography (phone) is a little shabby! Stuffed Anaheim Peppers 2 organic Anaheim pepper … Continue reading

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Umeboshi. (the most alkalinizing food on Earth)

Umeboshi pickled ume fruit from a tree Genus Prunus, but more closely related to apricot it is extremely sour and salty, used as condiments in Japanese and macrobiotic cuisine traditional Japanese remedy for colds, flus, nausea has antibiotic properties digestive … Continue reading

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            EVERYONE should read these facts.. they are not only interesting but important to our health!!!     AND WHILE YOUR ADD IT… read this !!

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Not your grandma’s milk September 26, 2011 by Bauman College Check out one of our grads! Kristin Wartman, a Bauman College graduate, and talented food-writer enlightens audiences with the unknown facts about the commercial milk industry.  Check out the article below. Not … Continue reading

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Cooking Class!!!

Hello all!! Sorry for slacking on my blog  lately, school and life has been non stop!! But a  couple nights ago I was able to have  the pleasure of teaching a cooking class with some amazing girls. The menu I … Continue reading

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Seven Hills. SF.

So the other night I was invited to one of my best friends “favorite restaurant in the city.” If you have been to San Francisco before you will understand that this is a hard statement. There are thousands of “good … Continue reading

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Crisp Prosciutto and Broccolini

Organic Broccolini- Most supermarkets offer broccolini, which looks similar to rapini, but the flavor is less bitter. You can steam, boil, or stir-fry broccoli or rapini. I sometimes likes to blanch these types of vegetables in advance until near-tender, refresh them, … Continue reading

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Bad Food? Tax It, and Subsidize Vegetables ??

In yesterdays New York Time Article Mark Bittmin discussed… SUMMARY: WHAT will it take to get Americans to change our eating habits? The need is indisputable, since heart disease, diabetes and cancer are all in large part caused by the … Continue reading

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Please take a moment to watch this video clip: Americans’ right to access fresh, healthy foods of their choice is under attack. Farmageddon tells the story of small, family farms that were providing safe, healthy foods to their communities and … Continue reading

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Sesame Salmon Burgers

For lunch we made some delicious salmon burgers. These are great to make in advance and freeze for a quick meal, and an awesome source of protein. These are gluten-free, but you can always add bread crumbs, or flour for … Continue reading

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Pickles and Peppers.

Today was a rainy, stay in home day in SF… SO I decided to CAN some stuff with my friend Rose. We bought all organic ingredients  from our local produce market on my street! This was easy and fun! The … Continue reading

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