Show 236, August 12, 2017: Patricia Greenberg, The Fitness Gourmet. Scrumptious Sandwiches, Salads and Snacks

Patricia GreenbergNutritionist & Chef Patricia Greenberg runs The Fitness Gourmet ushering in a new era of bite-size livable health, nutrition and fitness solutions.

Her new cookbook, written with her teen-age daughter, Gabriella, is Scrumptious Sandwiches, Salads and Snacks – Simple, healthy recipes, for school, work and home. The book contains 50 light and nutritious recipes using ingredients that you already have in your kitchen. It’s a perfect resource for back to school. Also ideal for college students living near campus in apartments or dorms.

As a working parent, a teenager, a busy professional, single parent, young couple, or caretaker, this collection of scrumptious, simple, and healthy recipes will help you learn to prepare foods that taste good and are good for you. For on the go, as well as at home, made with readily available ingredients that are simple to prepare.

As a handy sidebar each recipe has the up-to-date Nutrition Facts label you see on packaged food goods at the supermarket.

We’ll chat about healthy eating that also tastes really good with The Fitness Gourmet.

 

Show 116, April 4, 2015: Perfect Bar

PJ Roustan of Perfect BarNutrition bars are all the rage these days but there surely isn’t a product out there that has the back story which compares to the origins of the Perfect Bar “handmade in sunny San Diego” by the 2nd generation of the Keith Family. 8 Keith siblings (of 13) now run the fast-growing company which was a big hit at the recent Natural Products West Expo in Anaheim.

“Everyone has a story. Ours is a little nuttier than most.”

The Perfect Bar story started with “Dr. Bud Keith.” He was a health food guy before anyone said “health food.” In the mid-1960’s he opened one of the first modern gyms – Healthouse Gym and Juice Bar in Mission Beach, San Diego. He knew what we eat has a direct effect on how we feel. He worked with fitness pioneer Jack LaLanne to help change the way people viewed health and fitness.

Once the Perfect Bar (gluten free) was perfected as a consumer product their first account was Whole Foods and it blossomed from there. Costco is now a major account, too.

PJ Roustan of Perfect Bar will explain…