Ideal Nutrition


Do You Want to Feel Your Best and Achieve Optimal Health? Ideal Nutrition offers an IDEAL approach for healthy living.

These are some of the areas that we can offer education, coaching and support:

  • Weight Loss and Management
  • Women’s Health
  • Relief of Menopausal Symptoms
  • Sports Nutrition
  • Improving the Health of Children and Teens through Nutrition
  • Improving Digestion & Addressing Bowel Issues
  • Adrenal Support
  • Allergies
  • High Cholesterol
  • Cardiac& Heart Health
  • How to Navigate the Grocery Store
  • Helping you to Feel and Look Younger
  • Improving Brain Power
  • Nutrition for Disease Prevention
  • Healthy Recipes and Meal Planning
  • Pantry Overhaul

Proper Nutrition will Improve the Quality of Your Life !!!

We offer our services in a confidential, supportive environment using a personalized approach to meet your needs.

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Spring Cleaning!!

June 1, 2012

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Happy Holidays

December 13, 2011

We at Ideal Nutrition would like to wish you all a healthy and happy holidays. It has been a busy and wonderful year for us and we look forward to working with you in the new year.


October 4, 2011

This mineral is extremely important for maintaining normal fluid balance and nerve function, supports cell structure and integrity and promotes normal muscle function.  Scientists agree that a diet rich in this essential mineral is associated with lower blood pressure levels. It counters the effects of excess sodium.  Most fruits and vegetables in their natural state contain potassium.  Here are some good sources (approx potassium content is listed per 100 grams or 125 ml -1/2 cup)

  • Almonds – 773 mg
  • Avocado – 604 mg
  • Brazil nuts – 715 mg
  • Broccoli – 501 mg
  • Hazelnuts – 704 mg
  • Milk, dried skim – 1725 mg
  • Flounder – 587 mg
  • Peanuts – 701 mg
  • Pecans – 603 mg
  • Pistachio nuts – 972 mg
  • Raisins – 782 mg
  • Sardines – 590 mg
  • Soybeans – 782 mg
  • Sunflower seeds – 782 mg
  • Squash – 387 mg
  • Bananas – 370 mg
  • Brussel sprouts – 438 mg

Baked Beans

September 27, 2011

Some nice comfort food for the beginning of Fall. Serves 6-8

4 cups small white beans (or pinto, adzuka, other)
warm water
2 medium onions
2 tbsp butter
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 small can tomato paste
3  tbsp naturally fermented soy sauce
3 tbsp vinegar
1/4 cup molasses
3 cloves garlic, peeled and crushed
1 tsp sea salt
pinch of red chili flakes

Cover beans with warm water and leave in a warm place for 24 hours.  In a flameproof casserole, saute onion in butter and oil. Drain beans, rinse and add to casserole, with enough water to cover them.  Bring to boil and skim.  Add remaining ingredients, cover and bake in a 350 degree oven for about 6 hours, stirring occasionally and adding a little water, if necessary, to prevent burning.  Serve with sauerkraut, whole grain or corn bread and turkey, lamb or vegetarian sausage.  Note : if desired add 1/4 pound naturally smoked bacon. Chop in 1/2 ” pieces , gently fry and add to beans 1 hour before serving.

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Tailor-made Nutrition Seminars

We can customize nutrition seminars for you.  Get your book club, co-workers or mom’s group together and we can work with you to provide an informative and educational daytimeor evening sessions.  Topics such as weight loss, feeding your family healthy choices, menopause and hormones, sports nutrition or just general wellness through nutrition can be covered.  Email or for more in information.


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Food Matters

We have been hosting informal viewings and discussion of “Food Matters”. This is a powerful film about the current state of our health.  It really hits home “you are what you eat” . If you are interested in attending one of our evenings or want more information, send us an email (


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