How to make Carrot Apple Muffins with Juice Pulp

carrot muffin plate

I love juicing, but hate wasting the pulp. In every juice that I make I always include carrots. I decided to save the carrot pulp for baking muffins. The outcome was deliciously amazing! These healthy whole-wheat, carrot, applesauce muffins are perfect for a grab-and-go breakfast and great for a snack! A great combination of whole grains, vegetables, fruit, and flavor! Continue reading →

The Juice is Worth the Squeeze

As originially seen on The Peak TV!

breville juicerJuicing has become quite the kraze, but don’t just jump on the bandwagon without knowing the facts first. Juicing is the process of extracting juice from fresh fruits and vegetables. While juicing can add variety to your diet and help you to easily meet your daily recommendations of 2 whole fruits and 3 to 4 vegetables, it should not be your sole source. Unless you are using a triturating juicer which presses produce, retaining more nutrients, or a masticating juicer which chews produce, the juicing process results in fewer vitamins and minerals because the nutrient-rich skin and fibrous pulp is left behind. Continue reading →

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Gina Consalvo-Hassick, MA, RD, LDN, CDE, NCC is a registered dietitian and is actively involved in various food and nutrition communities. She has counseled and assessed a wide range of patients and has experience in outpatient, inpatient, and consulting. Areas of specialization include weight management, eating disorders, and wellness nutrition.
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