Contest to Win 4 FREE Nutrition Coaching Sessions

contest 2EXCITING news! Interested in nutrition coaching? Whether it is for weight loss, medical nutrition therapy, or overall improved health, you will want to enter Nutrition CPR’s coaching contest!

Email your story and reasons why you deserve to win 4 sessions of nutrition coaching with me at info@nutritioncpr.com. All entries will remain confidential and the winner will be notified and announced on Oct. 7th.  You must be 18 years old to enter and only US residents are eligible. Coaching will be virtual (phone or Skype).

I look forward to helping one lucky winner reach their health goals!

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Food is Medicine

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Shrimp Scampi

541442_242869219192107_77131930_n1 lb of non imported, U.S. fresh/wild shrimp cleaned, deveined 

Fresh or Frozen Spinach or Kale (2+ cups)

1 package of sun dried tomatoes

1 cup of organic low sodium chicken broth

1/4 cup of Chopped Onions

Sea Salt and Pepper

Basting Oil

 3/4 cup of organic extra virgin olive oil

1 tbsp of parsley

1 tsp of thyme

1 tsp of basil

4 garlic cloves minced

Prepare the basting oil and set aside about 1/4 of it.   Marinate the shrimp in the remaining basting oil so they are all coated  (the longer the better i.e. overnight).

In a sauté pan, cook the shrimp until they turn pink.  In a separate pan sauté onions, spinach and/or kale and sun dried tomatoes using the remaining basting oil .  Combine the two pans, add the chicken broth and simmer for a couple of minutes.  Salt and pepper to taste.  You can serve over spaghetti squash (see Garlic Lover’s Spaghetti Squash),  just eat it as is!

*Unfortunately imported shrimp is often farm raised and contaminated with antibiotics, chemicals and residues, thus the reason I recommend US and not farmed raised shrimp.

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