All posts in "Healthy Nutrition"

Good Food Doesn’t Last

By Edna Ewart / September 5, 2015

*Note: if you refrigerate these for later use, the fries will soften and probably not be dippable. Just reheat under the broiler to recrisp.If this post seems caffeine-induced, that’s probably because it is. With the early shift at the coffee shop, keeping up with schoolwork, and trying to train for a relay marathon at the […]


Quick Eatz: Pumpkin Cheesecake Dip

By Edna Ewart / June 24, 2015

Un-contrived, mostly unplanned moments that make life sparkle with meaning and joy. Here’s a little glimpse… We’ve been soaking up the warm sun this past week by spending evenings at the park… Workouts that leave me like this make me happy and energized all day My little sister turned eighteen almost a month ago and […]


Swap in Some Healthy

By Edna Ewart / June 3, 2015

I’ve been experimenting with satisfying my sweet tooth naturally. Do you know what I’ve discovered? It’s just like the simple gifts of life — it’s the real, un-contrived foods that give sweetness at its best. Sweetness you can feel good about. I made these cookies on the afternoon of my twentieth birthday. I wanted to […]


Life as a Dietetics Student: Picture Edition

By Edna Ewart / June 2, 2015

It’s the natural, bite-sized moments in life that are the sweetest.I had a taste of the world today. The missions fair at our church is always an exciting time to meet people from all over the globe and hear their stories of what God is doing. I am reminded that in this big big world, […]


“Breakfast” Anytime: Herb and Cheese Souffle

By Edna Ewart / February 22, 2015

It is already Day 11 of my challenge to eat only unprocessed, natural foods for 40 days. Read the story here! So far, it is going well. The daily devotionals from A Place at the Table have been great inspiration to keep up the challenge. There are times when the sweets and chips come a-calling […]


My Single Healthy Heart

By Edna Ewart / February 4, 2015

Today was Mexico. It is going to be difficult to not just do Latin cuisine because lately I’ve been craving tortillas and guacamole like no one’s business.Staples of nearly ever Mexican meal are corn (tortillas!) and beans. Other common ingredients are squash, peppers, rice, honey, tomatoes, avocado, cilantro, garlic, cinnamon, and cocoa.