About Me

Hello! My name is Megan, and I’m on a mission to make healthy living easier and more accessible. I love sharing quick and easy recipes, made with only all-natural ingredients, to prove how delicious real foods can be!

I am a certified Holistic Health Counselor, trained at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and I also later studied clinical nutrition at the Natural Healing Institute, becoming a Certified Nutritionist Consultant (CNC). My education has equipped me with a deep knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, and the importance of preventive care, which I love sharing here on my blog and with my clients.

I also trained with Clinical Nutritionist and Detox Expert, Natalia Rose in Intelligent Detox Counseling. This approach encourages eating all-natural, whole foods in proper combinations, for best digestion.

Despite my website’s catchy name, I do not believe in “detoxing” in the sense of a drastic, quick-fix diet. Instead, I encourage my readers and clients to make gradual steps in the right direction, such as choosing real foods over processed versions, to create lasting lifestyle change.

While I love creating healthy meals, I don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen, so most of my detox-friendly recipes use simple, whole ingredients to keep things as easy and as quick as possible.

I make a point of enjoying everything I eat, so I hope you enjoy it, too. Healthy living truly can be easy and delicious!


  1. says

    Oh, Megan- I love your wedding photos!! Thanks for stopping by my blog. Can’t wait to read more of yours!! Congratulations on your recent wedding. We got married in October of last year, so October is a great time for weddings in my opinion!

  2. says

    Hi! I like your blog. I’m happy to see that you’ve given up on crash diets and planning to stick to eating healthy, wholesome foods. I’m a vegan and am always cooking up a storm, trying to come up with delicious recipes that will keep my husband and I from from bored when it comes to eating. I’ve got a bunch of recipes as well as a bunch of tips on eating healthy the right way on my blog, check it out if you’re interested! http://nocrapdiet.wordpress.com

    By the way, the raw chocolate macaroons look delicious! I only have almonds and I’m out of coconut oil at the moment, but I’ll definitely try them out when I get the chance.

  3. Jody James says

    I was looking for a almond milk creamer and happened upon your recipe for almond milk. I am working on lowering the sugar on my diet. I am gluten intolerant so I already have some dietary restrictions. But still want some yummy alternatives to sugar snacks. Looking at making your raspberry chocolate chip muffins.

  4. Joanna says

    Hi Megan, I have been perusing your blog for a couple of weeks now trying to figure out where you get your protein from. I see nuts and eggs, but that’s about it. I found that you don’t eat beans. Can you please let me know what other types of protein you eat on a daily basis and how much. I am new to this way of eating and have been following Beyond Diet for about 5 months, but have also been reading about the Paleo Diet online as well. I aspire to be a vegetarian but would like to avoid beans as per the paleo diet. Can you help me with this? BTW, your paleo chocolate chip cookies are phenomenal.

    • says

      Hi Joanna! I get my protein from eggs, nuts & seeds, goat dairy, and the occasional meat or fish– but don’t forget, veggies are also great sources of protein! Nearly 51% of the calories in spinach are protein, so my morning green juice has 17 grams of protein from just leafy greens alone! I don’t count calories or macronutrients, but I rarely worry about getting “enough” protein when I’m eating a varied diet.

      Hope that helps, and glad you’re enjoying the cookies! :)

  5. MC says

    I just found your blog today and I am so excited. I have been studying health and nutrition for over 19 yrs. Along the way I have had 6 children, 3 miscarriages and moved 19 times. I am a homeschool mom also. Alternative medicine and lifestyle have saved my life. When I first started studying, information was not as easily found as it is now. I look forward to going through your blog and learning even more. I will be looking into the school you attended as it sounds very intriguing to me. I love that you are high raw and include so many amazing recipes on your blog. Thank you for all your time and effort to help inform others.

  6. says

    Just found your blog thru The Talking Kitchen, what a lovely site! I’m excited to try some of your recipes, especially the dessert ones because they are totally in line with how I eat and cook.

  7. says

    Just wanted to tell you that I love your blog. Thank you for sharing your insights, knowledge about nutrition and all your totally wonderful recipes. BTW, Dr. Weil is my hero:)
    I subscribed and who knows with your good influence we will be eating a lot healthier. I am always on the lookout for good for you, delicious recipes.
    By the way, how do you feel about canning and drying food for preserving? Haven’t completely scoured your posts yet, but hope you have some good food preservation ideas as well.

  8. Sarah says

    Hi Megan!

    Love your blog. Since you practice Holistic Health Coach, what are your feelings on Adrenal Fatigue? Is there a certain diet you recommend for treating it? I already eat a gluten-free, lots of veggies and healthy fat diet. Thank you!

    • says

      Hi Sarah! There’s a range of ideas on what’s best for adrenal fatigue– I’ve read Spent which addresses a variety of factors, including not only diet but also lifestyle changes. I think, in general, experts agree that you should avoid stress and difficult to digest foods, like sugar, dairy, and processed meats.

  9. Emily says

    Wow I’m pretty excited such healthy yummy ideas you have, i have recently gone dairy/soy free for my baby, I have been dairy free on & off in the past, but always end up going back to dairy after such strong cravings for cheese, hot choc, coffee, yoghurt, ice cream & the rest. Thank you so much i am looking forward to trying your recipes out now – but where to start. (-;

  10. Jenn says

    Just stumbled upon your blog and excited to add it to my Google Reader so I can follow you! I love your philosophy on food and gosh do all of your eats look delicious – can’t wait to try them all!

  11. Sarah Burns Warman says

    Wow, you are amazing! I’m vegan and I love to cook. I love your ideas and flavor combos! I’m so glad that even though you eat eggs, you also educate that fact that we do not need protein from animals. I get every thing I need from veggies and grains. I run daily so I know I get what I need. Thanks for your info and wonderful work.

  12. Lauren says

    I’m happy to have found you. I have been recently diagnosed with Hypoglycemia and Fibromyalgia which has drastically altered my diet. I’ve been having a hard time finding things I can put together with the few things I can eat right now (strict diet now for another month…then a more liberal one). Thank you. I tried the mashed cauliflower tonight. I was looking for a potato substitute and it was excellent! YAY!

  13. says

    I just found your blog and I can’t wait to try some of your recipes. Thank you for posting them. I have been food combining and wheat free (and as low carb as possible, cept for the chocolate :o/) for years and love that there is someone else who knows what that is! Most people just look at me like I’m insane when I say “There are too many food groups on my plate”.

    I plan to blog about your blog and recipes in 2013!

  14. says

    After the Holiday season I totally needed this!! I am a young dancer so overindulgence is frowned upon quite a bit! My Nana likes to fatten us all up, and then I come home and make myself a yummy smoothie :).

    -4oz strawberry yogurt
    -3/4 cup of Orange juice
    -1/4 cup of oats
    -1 1/4 cups of spinach
    -1 whole banana
    -4 ice cubes

    It serves quite a few and I personally loveeeeeee it!

    It doesn’t fit paleo, but it sure is yummy, and it is healthier than my holiday foods!!

  15. Haley says

    I recently decided to do the Paleo 30 day challenge. The first 2 days were hell…..and then I found your blog and it’s been a WHOLE lot easier.

    So just wanted to say thank you!! :)

  16. Beth says

    Hi Megan, I stumbled on your website looking for a mashed cauliflower recipe. I have recently been put on a very restrictive diet by a natural path doctor, to find my allergens. I am off all sugar, gluten, grains, dairy, caffeine, alcohol for a month. Needless to say, I was getting desperate to find yummy food. Thank you so much for your blog, I have found several things I can have and I look forward to trying a bunch pf your recipes!

  17. Delphine says

    Hi Megan,

    I have been following your posts on your blog for the past few months now and I love it. You are doing a great job.

    Did you enjoy while learning at IIN? Did you take the courses from home or on the campus in NYC?
    I hope you don’t mind me asking those questions and that you can help.

    Have a great day!

  18. Kelli says

    I just found your blog last night while looking for a low-carb alternative to pizza since I started Phase 1 of South Beach this week. I just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you! Some of these recipes sound so amazing! In the first 3 years of marriage, I had 2 kids and gained 70 pounds. When I got pregnant with my third, I decided I needed to be healthier, and actually came home from the hospital weighing less than I did when I got pregnant. In total, I’ve managed to lose 50 pounds! But I’ve been really struggling the past 6 months or so. I recently recommitted myself to living a healthier lifestyle — I no longer just want to lose weight, I want to actually be healthier too. And I want to set a good example for my kids. Thank you for sharing your knowledge, and inspiring me with so many amazing and healthy recipes!

  19. says

    Hi! I abs. love your recipes and what you’re all about. I’m half way through my course at IIN and have recently launched my health coaching biz. Originally from Florida but living in Perth. Western Australia at the moment.
    Would love to connect further! xoxo

  20. Lori says

    Hi Megan, I have just recently found your website while searching grain free recipes. I tried the blueberry crisp and it was delish. I have IBS and diet is the best treatment. I avoid milk products, red meats,wheat, and fried foods. It can be difficult sometimes. Especially traveling. I want to try the zucchini recipe but I need to get a spiral slicer. Don’t want to invest a lot of money in this until I see I am going to use it.

    I love reading your website and trying your recipes. Cant wait to see whats new. Looking for a apple crisp recipe. I will keep checking back on your site to see if one shows up. Thanks so much!!!!!

  21. Naomi Schaab says

    Hi Megan!
    Just wanted to say I love your blog. I suffer from panic disorder and anxiety and I am currently on medication, but want to slowly get off the meds and control it by diet. I am trying to follow a low carb, gluten and dairy free diet to see if this changes how I feel and regulate my hormones. I was wondering why you don’t include legumes in your diet? Are they not a detox friendly food? I love beans and legumes, especially when I am eating meat free meals.

    • Megan says

      I do include beans and lentils in my diet every now and then, but they’re not my favorite type of food, so I don’t eat them regularly.

  22. says

    Found your website via a pin on Pinterest and I’ve been here for the past 40 minutes reading and pinning!! Thank you for all the great recipes and info – I love it!!!

  23. says

    Hello, Megan!

    Love the blog! I own a yoga studio and am also suuuper into nutrition. I was 100% Raw for over 3 years and have healed from lots of health problems through nutrition. And you have a similar if not identical approach to me! Haha there’s so much diet advice out there, it’s fun to find someone – with a wealth of recipes! – who shares the same views : )

    Best to you!!

  24. Stacy says

    Hi Megan. I love ur blog.. Such great, simple, yet delish recipes! If i may be nosey, what is a typical days diet like for u (bf, lunch, dinner, snacks) and jow do u balance ur macros?

    It’s refreshing to see a food blogger and nutritionist who isn’t extreme…. I’ve fallen prey to too many fad diets promising great results, only to male me end worse off (80-10-10is one I’m still trying to recover from)

    Also, what do u recommend for someone battling intestinal yeast overgrowth and dysbiosis?

    Thanks so much

    • Megan says

      Stacy, you can see any of my “What I Ate Wednesday” posts for some sample ideas of what I eat at various meals. I prefer to focus on eating whole foods, rather than worrying about counting any calories or macronutrients, because that would drive me crazy. (I’ve done that in the past, and I wasn’t any healthier or happier back then!) You’ll notice that I purposefully omit any nutrition information from my recipes, because I don’t want to encourage the obsession that those numbers can bring! That would take the enjoyment out of eating and creating recipes for me.

      In regards to yeast overgrowth, there are many schools of thought on how to tackle that condition, so it will depend on which approach resonates with you. I recommend reading about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet for healing the gut: http://amzn.to/15HhXYR or the Body Ecology Diet for ideas on candida cleansing: http://amzn.to/YIokqo

  25. Ria says

    Hey Megan,

    I really love your Blog. I liked your Wednesday food sample ideas. I am a total health freak and love working out and eating right. I am sure your blog will give me wonderful ideas for future too. :)

  26. Ellyana says

    Hi Megan,

    I really really love your blog at the first read 😀
    I was searching for food combining all about and found your blog.
    I am trying to change my lifestyle, the way I usually eat to more healthy, you & your blog make me more excited to do that.
    I love your Frozen Banana Truffles, my family & friends too 😀
    Thank you…

  27. Jocelyn says

    I’m so in love with your blog, thank you in advance for everything I will learn and all the great healthy changes I will be able to make with the help of this blog! I loved the cauliflower crust pizza and I can’t wait to try everything else you have on here!

  28. Kelly says

    Hi Megan,
    I absolutely love all of your food ideas and am so excited to have found your site full of inspiration and hope to creating a healthier and more delicious life. I am overjoyed. Thank you for your insights and hope to do one of your programs in the future. This I can already tell will be such a helping hand. Many Thanks!!!

  29. Cynthia says

    I really like your site and have used some of your recipes. Your writing style is nice to read. I have been interested in healthy living for a long time now and for the last six months I have been following a Paleo lifestyle. Its taken me the six months to eliminate all grains but I have done it. I lean more heavily to the chicken, turkey, fish side with only a bit of beef. Mainly because I don’t like the flavor much. I use only organic products and grass-fed products as much as possible. I am liking this way of eating and my blood tests show a significant drop in total cholesterol and LDL, tricylcerides. I would like to know what you think about the Paleo diet. I used to follow Andrew Weil but have come to believe that he is not now current with new research. Thanks for your feedback.

  30. Trisha says

    I just discovered your blog. I am going to try your recipes soon! I am currently on a low carb diet and I have been looking for low carb dessert recipes. Unfortunately some of the ingredients are not available here in the Philippines.

    I hope you can also include nutritional facts in your recipes :) Thank you!

  31. Melody says

    Hi Megan, I live in Africa and I’m very interested in becoming a health coach. I have no background in health and nutrition. I recently lost 26kg through Cambridge weight plan. I know this is a quick fix and by no means no lasting solution. There is an upsurge of lifestyle illnesses here like hypertension (been hypertensive since i was 15 years old), diabetes , depression, obesity etc. People are becoming more health conscious but have absolutely no idea where to turn to. In your honest opinion, do you think i will benefit from doing the IIN course? Looking forward to your response. When is baby due?

  32. Candace Anne says

    Hi Megan!
    I just found your blog when I google-d raw vegan pumpkin cookies! I am enjoying your recipes and your blog is inspiring! I am also attending IIN and I am at the 6 months point woohoo!

  33. Elin says

    Megan, I cannot begin to describe how incredibly happy I am that I found your blog, and how well your philosophy on health resonates with me and my own holistic view on food, skin care, non-toxic living etc. and how everything is connected. I have been on the search for a blog or forum where all aspects of life and health are tied together for so long without finding any. And then I found you! You make everything seem so simple – because it really is – and you have managed to take the time and effort in refining both the ingredients and method. I am so grateful that you have such a big heart and want to share all of your knowledge and skill with the rest of us, helping and guiding us toward a more healthy living on so many more levels than just food-wise. It is like fairy dust and I cannot thank you enough! Living in Sweden, it is quite difficult getting my hands on all the ingredients presented in most US food-blogs, we have neither jicama nor noni over here – haha! -, but since you are being so ”back to basics” with your ingredients, it has never been an issue for me! Keep up the amazing work and know that I will always await your next recipe! I wish I could spend a day in the kitchen with you and just watch you experiment with delicious fudge, cookies and entrées, but I am happy to be able to follow you from afar. THANK YOU for improving my health!

  34. Raquel says

    Thanks for sharing your recipes!!! I just made the almond butter and I’m totally amazed and shocked how easy it was. Yes, you need to be very patient like you said, but the it’s totally worth it :) I just saved your website under my favorites!

  35. Rebecca says

    Just found your blog today and can’t wait to try the recipes! I am always looking for good grain free sweets. I also don’t want to spend a fortune so I appreciate the recipes for almond flour,amond butter and almond milk.

  36. PrincessPindy says

    Just found your blog and am so happy. I am 7 weeks off gluten and sugar and all the recipes for treats that I have found are overwhelming with so many strange ingredients… Your recipes seem simple and easy!!! Thank you so much!!!

  37. Yongyi says

    I already think you know how much your blog means to a lot of people out there. It has help me to satisfy my cravings without worrying about coming up with my own healthy recipes for anything. So glad that I found your site and able to untalize it as often as I have. Thank you so much! Do you have your own recipe book with all these wonderful recipes in it? I would like to purchase one ASAP. Ounces again, thank you for your knowledge and for sharing wonderful ideas and recipies for good eating.

  38. Nik says

    How do you feel about Greek yogurt and dairy? Also gluten? I’m very lost and would really appreciate some advise, I trust you! I’m so tired of hearing so many conflicting ideas

  39. says

    Hi Megan,
    I have just found your website and I am trying to figure out cups of liquid and flour etc. I live in Ireland and use gramms. Do you have any conversion chart. Thanks Jay

  40. Amy says

    Hi Megan,

    I’m thrilled to have found you! I’m about to embark on a 30 day Candida diet and many your recipes will fit perfectly! I’m planning on making the curry butternut squash this weekend! Just an awesome thing you’re doing here!!

    Amy C.

  41. Nicole says

    Hello Megan Ive just found your blog. Im an african american female who was brought up on fried stuff greasy stuff and so on. Im 44 and I want to start eating clean. I think you are the one to change my life. Your blog is so educational. Thank you megan!!!!!

  42. says

    I’m so happy I found your resourceful site! I just started a paleo lifestyle change with my husband and I have been finding it so difficult. (Especially eating out) you have amazing recipes! I can’t thank you enough :)

  43. says

    Hey Megan,
    I just discovered your blog and am excited to try several of your recipes! Thank’s for doing all the hard work of finding what works and tastes best together.

  44. Antje Lennon says

    I’m an American living in Shanghai, China. I found your site when I was looking for instructions on how to make almond flour. I love your recipes and have cooked so many of them! I’ve told several of my friends about your website and they love it as well :) In the past 2 years that I have lived in China it has become more and more easy to get the ingredients you often use in your recipes. I spend my summer in the US and I can’t wait to get to Whole Foods so I can make even more of your yummy food!
    Thank you for amazing website!!

  45. Michele says

    Hi Megan,
    I am writing with the request for some serious advice. I have a severe history of bulimia, meaning I have binged and purged for the past 7 years. Some weeks I was purging everyday and others it was 2-3 times per week. I dwindled down to two times a week just a year ago. I have finally entered a beautiful recovery as my husband and I wanted to have a baby more than anything. I jump-started it with one month of juice feasting and 2 months after of mainly juice, big salads with avocado, eggs, nuts, and gluten-free grains. So as of now, I would say I have given 3 months down of not only refraining from binging and purging, but also filling my body with healthy live foods and maintaining a healthy weight. I have heard from some that I should be healthy and ready to conceive. Others still feel that my digestive system may be compromised and I may be malnourished. Do you have any thoughts? I know this is quite serious and I appreciate any feedback you can give me. Thank you!!

    • Megan Gilmore says

      Hi Michele,

      Congrats on your progress so far! I think the best way to tell that you’re healthy and ready to conceive is by tracking your menstrual cycle– if you’re regular with flow and timing, that’s a pretty good sign! I also think it’s up to you, and not others, to know if you’re feeling nourished and ready. Only you know how you’re feeling both mentally and physically, so take a moment to check-in with yourself and go from there. As someone who struggled with binge-eating myself, I can say that pregnancy was one of the best things that ever happened to my relationship with food, but obviously that might be different for each individual. Wishing you all the best!

  46. Jessica says

    I am so excited that I found your blog. I recently took the MRT Food Sensitivity Test and have been on the LEAP diet for the last month. I have been on the hunt to find recipes that include things that I can eat and I found quite a few recipes on your site. And as you mentioned, I don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I have a husband and three children that don’t eat like I do. So I make them one thing and myself another. So quick and easy is my cup of tea.

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and recipes.

  47. says

    What do you do for a living as a health coach? I am considering getting my health coach cert from Dr. Sears. Any opinion or advice? I am also a RN.

    I am making that pizza….yummmo, thanks for sharing!

    • Megan Gilmore says

      Hi Naia,

      I work as an illustrator full-time, so I only did the health coaching part-time before I had my son. Now, I don’t have time for individual coaching with a baby (and a job and a blog), but I think you have several options as a health coach– whether it’s working individually with clients in your own private practice or teaming up with a holistic group of practitioners to open a group practice. Being an RN as well should certainly open doors for you! Best of luck, and I hope you continue to enjoy the recipes!

  48. Ivanete Lima says

    I have a question. I live in Brazil and we don’t have maple syrup. But I’d love to make the Healthier Peanut Butter Eggs. Can I use honey instead?

  49. Kathleen says

    I am in western Michigan too, in Muskegon. I have so much trouble getting some of the “odd” ingredients, thank goodness for Amazon. I have made many of your recipes and am so glad I found you roving through Pintrest. Keep up the great work. And the pumpkin bars using the sweetened condensed coconut milk is awesome. I have tree nut allergies so coconut crust is my need for sweets go to!

  50. says

    Hello Megan,

    I hope you are well

    I contacted you a few days ago with a partnership proposal in my mind. I didn’t receive your reply and I thought that maybe you had never received my email.

    My Name is Alec and I work at seekinghealth.com, I was doing a weekly run through for some quality blogs in google, and I couldn’t help but notice detoxinista.com

    I really loved some of your blog posts and I just needed to get in touch with you and find out if you would be interested in recommending some of our products to your audience

    We offer a variety of products and I do think they’ll be highly appreciated by your audience

    I can help review some of our products by preparing informative articles geared not only to provide valuable information to your audience but at the same time monetize your blog by referring your audience to our site.

    In exchange you will be able to earn a 25% commission on any sale generated by any of your audience – A lot of our Affiliate partners with similar sites to yours are making a healthy income stream out of this :)

    Please let me know your thoughts on this, I think it would really be a fruitful relationship between detoxinista.com and seekinghealth.com

    PS: I can also customize a banner to fit on your side bar- this would really help a lot in creating awareness to your audience.

    I am really looking forward to hearing from you

    Best Regards,
    Alec/Affiliate Manager,

  51. Nora says

    Dear Megan,

    I was looking for ways to contact you, but couldn’t seem to find an email. Do you work with people who have eating disorders? I feel like I can really relate to you. And, I need some help! How can I contact you please?

  52. says

    Hello Megan,

    While searching for a good cauliflower pizza recipe, came across your site. Recipe looks great and will give it a try this weekend. Thank you! Sharon

  53. Michele says

    I just discovered your site! I am turning 50 soon and have 10 lbs to lose, but love sweets. So naturally I started with the Detox Blonde Macaroons, and Peanut Butter & Honey chewy Granola Bars……OMG!!!! They are FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!! Since I know the desserts are great, I will now proceed with other recipes. Thank You! So SIMPLE AND TASTY.

  54. Becky says

    I learned of your blog from my Inspiralized newsletter. Everything looks wonderful! I pre-ordered your book and can’t wait to try some recipes.

  55. Marisa says

    Hi Megan

    I preordered your book on Amazon and I received it yesterday. Can I still get your free gifts? I didn’t realize I had to order from your website to obtain them. I am excited to receive your cookbook. Love all your recipes.

  56. Maurie says

    Hi Megan,
    I love your blog so much I immediately ordered your cookbook and just received it a few days ago! I’m so excited to cook my way through all the delicious recipes! You are very inspiring.
    One question – I pre-ordered your book in May and filled in the form but haven’t received the ‘pre-order gift’. Would it have come via email? Maybe I accidentally deleted it. Can you resend it?


  57. joni says

    Hi Megan! I have your cookbook and it has pretty much consumed me! I am a thyroid/hashimotos survivor and needed some assistance that none of the doctors around here could really give me. I have started using a few of the recipes in the book and trying to separate starches and protein. Already I fill better and see my feet just a little better. Since I am sluggish most of the time, I crave that my friend… chocolate. I never in my life thought about using the avocado to make a creamy chocolate frosting. And when I opened that bag of coconut flour for the first time, I felt sticking my whole face in the bag.
    I am slowly buying new products to put in my pantry…they are expensive, but so are heart and high blood pressure meds that I have been able to escape using so far. I am 58 and most of the peeps I know at my age have to take all kinds of medications and I have just my one thyroid pill, so far. I have been searching for a nutritional program that will keep me without the meds and these guidelines should help.
    I am also an art teacher for a local, private high school and it is going to be interesting to see how I can keep up with the cooking and bringing my own lunches when school starts back up. I will let you know.
    Thanks for sharing!

    • joni says

      I made some errors in my grammar and spelling…please forgive for I got so excited about finding your site, that I didn’t proofread. Hope my errors are understandable.

  58. Cara says

    I have researched endlessly and looked at so many recipe books and websites for my dietary restrictions. My world got brighter today when I stumbled upon your website. Your recipes make sense. I just made your curry (detox)… You are so good.
    Thank you.

  59. says

    Hi Megan! I just made your pineapple whip recipe with white pineapple on Kauai. It’s SO delicious and exactly the sweet treat I was looking for! I just started the IIN program, so I was excited to read that you are an IIN health coach! I’m looking forward to reading through your website and following you going forward. I’m teaching myself how to cook in more healthy ways and can’t wait to try more of your recipes! Take care, Stephanie

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  61. Stephanie says

    I recently discoverd your blog and am quite intrigued by it. The recipes woth dates looking interesting but I noticed they call for medjool dates. I have had some difficulty finding those. Could deglet dates be used? Also where do you find your dates?

    Thanks so much!


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