About Me

My name is Cindy.  I have been interested, fascinated and sometimes obsessed with nutrition since I was a young girl.  I do my best to use what I know to give my family nutritious meals.  I love to follow what’s trending and any news dealing with nutrition, food safety and health.

Clean and Green Nutrition is based on the two concepts that I feel are important.  Our environment, lifestyles and eating habits can easily pollute our bodies. Our family history and/or medical history already have an influence on us so, by working to improve our diet or by eating Clean we can better our bodies.

  • Clean means consuming whole foods and avoiding pre-packaged convenience foods with additives or artificial colorings.
  • Eating green promotes sustainability by consuming natural foods, preferably from local farmers.
    • Visit your local farmer’s market for in season foods.
    • Many grocery stores feature and promote locally grown fruits and vegetables.

This is easily the best of both worlds where our body and our community reap the benefits…Eat Clean and Eat Green.

We have only this one body, we should do our best to treat it well.

Follow me to see what food and nutrition topics interests me.

Bachelors Degree in Nutrition, Food Science and Hospitality from Texas State University-San Marcos.

Member of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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15 thoughts on “About Me

  1. I just noticed we both graduated from Texas State with a degree in Human Nutrition! LOL…can’t believe I hadn’t noticed that before! What year did you graduate?

  2. Hi! I found your blog on blogroll and I’m trying to eat healthier this year so I will visit often. I’m not a vegetarian, but my tastes have changed to wanting more plant-based food as opposed to meat/animal based now. I’m also recommending your blog wo friends of mine who are vegan or vegetarian.

    • Awesome! I haven’t been a vegetarian in years, but I do try to cut down on how much meat we eat. Mainly I try to cook healthier foods using whole foods while avoiding processed products. Thanks for stopping by 😀

  3. I’ve recently switched my food blog over to be self-hosted which I hope will make it more user-friendly in the future. As a result, if you were following Can’t Stay Out of the Kitchen via email, WordPress, or using RSS feeds through Google Reader or some other way, you are no longer subscribed. If you wish to continue receiving future posts from my blog you will need to re-subscribe. Sorry for the inconvenience, Teresa.

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