When an instagram food account is both deliciously mouth watering and healthy, it’s definitely worth following. If you follow Lori Hernandez’s account @vegan.lori you’ve likely found some major plant based inspiration. We reached out to Lori to ask for a
Natasha Sheehan, dancer with San Francisco Ballet, has created a beautiful online presence that demonstrates just how healthy and balanced professional ballerina’s can be. Her outlook is informed and lovely and worth emulating. She spent a lot of time learning
Interviewing Jenelle Manzi of New York City Ballet and hearing her approach to indulgent foods was so inspiring. It is possible to eat sweets especially when you make them “indulgent AND functional”. Sweets that can help your body and dancing?
Pumpkin Muffins by Robyn Jutsum Here’s my recipe for pumpkin bran muffins with oatmeal crumble (inspired by “Joy of Cooking” pumpkin muffins and “Baked” pumpkin chocolate chip bread): For the Muffins: 1 cup of canned pumpkin puree 2 large brown
One of my absolute favorite concepts in nutrition is that of “bio-individuality”. It’s the idea that because we are all so very different from our genetic makeup to our lifestyles and physiology that there’s no one – size fits all
Breakfast with Kirsten Kemp Kirsten Kemp, YouTube ballerina behind Twin Talks Ballet shares a unique cold – weather breakfast. At Kirsten’s YouTube channel you’ll hear more of her thoughts on healthy eating and the importance of nutrient dense food for
Jeanette Kakareka, Dancer with Bayerisches Staatsballet in Munich is a kitchen whiz. She created this recipe exclusively for The Whole Dancer blog! Check out more of her recipes here. Rosemary Cauliflower Soup This one is great for a cold, cloudy day
It’s clear Juliet Doherty understands that to call yourself a “vegan” is not enough. To be a healthy, powerful, plant strong ballerina you’ve got to focus on vegetables! Check out Juliet’s Thai Green Curry and if you make it, let