The Greater Good
How Food Effects Health & Wellness
Changing my diet led me to a new life.”
After a life-altering kidney disease diagnosis, LifeWorks Chef Jeramie Roberson’s change in diet led him to recovery. He shares the top tips for health and wellness in his new book, “Born To Die But Ate My Way To Life”.
Chef Jeramie believes that recognizing your health issues is the first step on the road to wellness. By better understanding yourself you can learn new creative, stylish, flavorful, refreshing and filling ways to combat weight gain, diabetes, renal failure, heart disease and other chronic ailments.
Now that Chef Jeramie’s health is back on track, he’s decided to pay it forward. As a LifeWorks Tastemaker, his philosophy affects everything from the recipes he develops to the educational information he shares with guests.
You can find “Born To Die But Ate My Way To Life: 30 Easy Recipes to Help You Jumpstart Your Healthy Journey” on Amazon.
Chef Jeramie’s Oats gone wild
Serves: 36 servings
- 1 cup of gluten free quick oats
- 2 cups of diced Granny Smith apples
- 2 cups of diced red gala apples
- 1 thin sliced banana
- 1 cup of rough chopped pecans
- 1 tbsp of cinnamon
- In a small to medium saucepan, bring one cup of water to boil.
- Add one pinch of salt.
- Stir in oats and cook on medium heat for 1-2 minutes, stirring occasionally until they become thick or reach your preferred consistency.
- In your favorite bowl, add in th cooked oats and top with Granny Smith and red gala apples, sliced bananas, chopped pecans, and sprinkle with cinnamon.
I’m a huge believer in the power of food.”
Registered dietitian, Amy Anderson, is a huge believer in the power of food. From fuel and performance to comfort and joy, she thinks food is a connection point that truly brings people together, while also strengthening the body, just like in Chef Jeramie’s story.
Her passion and enthusiasm for nutrition allow her to bridge the gap between science and experience. She’s always ready to share the science behind nutrition in an engaging and digestible way that focuses on encouragement without the confusion of many fad diets and pseudo-science myths.
Her goal at LifeWorks is to teach others that healthy eating and physical activity don’t have to be a hassle—they can be simple, exciting and delicious.