Recipe: Whole Wheat Olive Oil Rosemary Crackers

Post By Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and Owner, Nourish Northwest Making your own crackers is ridiculously simple and affordable, plus you can get more creative than store bought varieties. This flaky cracker is full of fall flavor with fresh rosemary, hearty wheat and a…

Recipe: Vegan Pumpkin Pie

Post by Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and Owner, Nourish Northwest Now that our Vegan Thanksgiving Cooking Class has already happened, I must share one of our favorite recipes for pumpkin pie.  Year after year we get numerous requests from clients to give their family…

Recipe: Dark Chocolate Coconut Bark

Post by Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and Co-Owner, Nourish Northwest  We develop many of own recipes or adapt them so many times from another recipe that they become our own.  However, this one was just too good as is and did not need any changes.  It comes…

Healthy Holidays: 10 Things to Do Every Day

Post by Paula Jahn, Co-owner, Registered Dietitian & Cooking Class Instructor Today is the first day of the last month of 2015. That’s 24 days until Christmas and 30 until New Year’s Day. While the Thanksgiving festivities are over, last week officially kicked off the…

Make a SMART Resolution

Post by Paula Jahn, Registered dietitian and Co-owner at Nourish Northwest I used to be a New Year’s resolutions naysayer. I have witnessed too many friends and family members make grand proclamations about how this is the year they are going to lose that extra…

Recipe and Gift Idea: Chai Tea Mix

Post by Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and C0-Owner, Nourish Northwest This time of year everyone is giving gifts in the form of cookies and baked goods.  Not that I’m against that (you can send any sweet treats to the Nourish Northwest address, attn: Olivia…

Staying Healthy this Holiday Season

Post by Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and Co-owner, Nourish Northwest As a dietitian, I feel as though I must write the obligatory “how to stay healthy during the holiday season” post. I personally have always disliked reading these posts because they all typically say…

The Case of the Exploding Apples

Post by Paula Jahn, Co-owner and Registered Dietitian at Nourish Northwest Nourish Northwest now has two harvest traditions: peach picking in the summer and apple picking in the fall. The past two years, Olivia and I have gone apple picking at Draper Girls farm….

Recipe: Gluten Free Pumpkin Pancakes

Post by Paula Jahn, Co-owner and Registered Dietitian at Nourish Northwest As much as I rebel against most food trends/crazes, I admit: I like pumpkin spiced foods. In my defense, I’m not talking about the PSL and all the other absurd pumpkin spiced items. Pumpkin…

The Secret to a Healthy Holiday: Ditch the Guilt

Post by Olivia Martino, Registered Dietitian and Co-Owner, Nourish Northwest This holiday season, switch to fat free eggnog.  Replace all of the cream/whole milk in your baking with low fat versions and only use the white part of the eggs.  Be careful of those…

Recipe: Chai Spiced Slow Cooker Applesauce

Post by Olivia Martino and Paula Jahn, Registered Dietitians and Co-Owners, Nourish Northwest This past weekend, we spent a sunny fall day out in the Hood River Fruit Loop. We had a long list of criteria we needed to meet in order to get…

10 Healthy Holiday Gifts

Post by Paula Jahn, Co-owner and Registered Dietitian What better way to send a message of love to friends and family than to give a gift of health?  The following gifts touch on many dimensions of wellness, including physical, social and emotional health. These…

Relaxation

Guest Post by Natalie Clements, TRX, Tabata and Pilates Instructor at Nourish Northwest           There are a lot of things I miss about childhood, things that give me nostalgia this time of year.   I miss thinking the rain was…