Jan 11, 2016
With the first week of a new year under our belts, for many on the quest in better nutrition, broccoli is getting boring.
What are the ways we can avoid meal prep burnout in a fast paced and instant gratification world? Can sitting down to eat with others be the missing piece to healing?
Today, on the fourth installment of your six-part series in January, "Wellness In The New Year," we're showcasing the power of meal preparation towards our personal wellness with Registered Dietician, Founder Of PrepDish.com, and passionate chef, Allison Schaaf.
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During her 4 years learning about culinary nutrition at Johnson & Wales University, Allison had the opportunity to work at two amazing, world-renowned health spas: Canyon Ranch in the Berkshires and Champneys in Tring England.
Hungry for more, Allison expanded her nutrition knowledge at Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition in Boston, earning a masters in Nutrition Communications and becoming a Registered Dietitian. She then spent time traveling the world promoting almonds through her work at the Almond Board of California.
Currently living in Austin, TX and operating a thriving personal chef company, Prep Dish Personal Chef, she has the opportunity to cook for families & celebrity clients in their home, bringing healthy, delicious foods to their tables, every week.
Most of all, she feels blessed for the opportunity to thoughtfully plan weekly menus so you, the home cook, can enjoy a healthier lifestyle that’s every bit delicious.
Allison believes healthy eating can be easy and enjoyable when we prep our meals and setup our week for success.
She created Prep Dish with four clear goals in mind:
You read all the way to the bottom? That's what I call love! I do the same thing for the people, things, and movements I care about as well.
PS: Looks like you and I share the same passion. I'm grateful for you and want to extend you my email address.
Write to me and let me know what you'd like to have to get more wellness in your life.