Welcome to Nourishing Results, the office of Hana Abdulaziz Feeney and Katie Ann Lehn, open-minded, progressive and compassionate dietitians that blend evidence-based nutritional science with the principals of intuitive eating and cutting-edge functional medicine. Please enjoy the recipes and articles and contact me with questions, comments and to schedule your personal nutrition consultation.
Are you a roasted veggies fanatic? I am. Roasted veggies are a quick and delicious way to get more vegetables than you could imagine into your diet. Click here to learn more about Roasted Vegetable Obsession, a new e-Cookbook available at NourishingResults.com. Even those of you who already are already adept at roasting vegetables will pick up a […]
Don’t kid yourself. Pancakes are cake. Flour, egg and sugar; that’s cake. Ask most people who eat pancakes for breakfast and they will sheepishly admit that yes, they know, pancakes don’t top any health food list. Don’t get me wrong, there’s a place for cake in every diet, even at breakfast. But breakfast is opportunity to […]
Years ago when I was working at the Canyon Ranch Health Resort a client said to me, “the chip is just the vehicle for the guacamole”. So we talked about changing the “vehicle”. Typically the vehicle is a carb-dense processed food. It’s time to trade it in! Out with the old and in with the new! […]
“Breakfast foods” are typically heavily processed foods containing refined grains, sugar and processed meats. Move away from cereal, toast and conventional bacon and you will feel energized with your appetite in check all day.
Sometimes our made up recipes are the best! We started with the request for pancakes, and so we began to make Elena’s Pantry Almond Flour Pancakes. Then we thought, “pumpkin!”, after all our Halloween decorations have been up for a week already and pumpkin puree is full of vitamin A and other protective nutrients. Then Dena thought […]
Fall is one of my favorite times of year, however in Tucson it seems to slip right past before we have time to celebrate it. Autumn often brings to mind the season of harvesting. My grandfather was a spectacular gardener in a place with less than spectacular soil. Each season the gourds from his garden […]