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Dec 2, 2013
Greetings lovely folks - Stacia here Today, I am going to be blogging about a very inspirational friend of mine, Matt Briest. Matt experienced a major weight loss and health transformation with the help of a vegan diet. His transformation is a true testament to the power of a vegan diet and lots of self care and love!! Check out the interview I did with him and learn more about his story...

Matt before his weight lossMatt after his weight loss

How much weight did you lose and how did you do it?

I lost half of my body weight. I weighed 329 pounds when I started in 2009, and I weighed 168 pounds at my smallest a year and a half later. I am currently 170-175 consistently. I lost my weight through a mostly vegan diet, practicing yoga, as well as walking an hour a day religiously. I started every day with a raw food porridge and a huge salad for lunch, then some kind of veggie dinner, but no breads and processed foods of any kind. 

How has your weight loss changed your life? 

It has changed my life in so many ways, but the main thing it has done is given me an education of how to feed my body correctly, so I don't ever count calories or any of that nonsense.

How do you maintain your weight now that you've slimmed down?

Since I lost the weight I have found it very easy to maintain. Ever since I have gone completely vegan it has been a breeze. If I am hungry, then I eat - and oh yeah I love to eat. I eat all day long until about 6:00pm. Then I am all done for the day, so that my body has time to process all of the food. If I do get hungry, then I eat only fruit after 6:00 pm.

What is you advice for others looking to lose weight and get healthy?

My advice to others is to reset your whole way of thinking and gain a whole new level of self love. When you eat clean food you get a clean and clear mind and that also affects the spirit.

What are your favorite vegan foods to prepare?

As far as my favorite foods, I would say that raw porridge is my all time favorite, but I love food and love to eat so any whole vegan food is OK by me!

Matt's passion for health extends to the work he does - running a wellness center with his wonderful wife, Julia. If you are in the Detroit area and are interested in healing services, including massage and sound healing, please check them out at Compassion Wellness Center.

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Nov 25, 2013

Me (Stacia) loving the beach!
Erin looking gorgeous as usual!Hi All! Stacia here, Tess's assistant. This is my first time blogging for Tess and I wanted to begin by introducing myself, as well as Tess's fabulous intern, Erin, who will also be blogging on here! We are both super excited to be able to share with you all and you can all look forward to many great blogs to come!

So that you can have a better idea or who Erin and I are, we both answered some questions about ourselves....Enjoy! 

...And please feel free to contact either of us if there's anything that you'd like us to blog about!

When and why did you go vegan?

Stacia: I went vegan when I was 16 – in 2002 after a year of being a vegetarian. I had already been thinking about making the switch to being vegan because of animal rights issues. Then one day, I had a conversation with Tess (who happens to be my cousin and a longtime positive influence in my life!) about milk, and she said that a cow's milk is meant for a baby cow. That statement was all it took for me to stop consuming dairy products. While I was at it, I cut out eggs, too. Fortunately, it was an easy change for me. While my switch to a vegan diet was originally inspired by my love for animals, over time, it has evolved to be a choice for my health, the environment, and for spiritual reasons, too. I love being vegan!

Erin: I became vegan about 3 years ago after being vegetarian off and on for numerous years before that. I decided to become completely vegan for a variety of reasons, but mostly health. I read Dr. Campbell's book "The China Study" and it completely opened my eyes to the benefits of a vegan diet as well as the problems in our food industry. I never looked back, and love this peaceful and clean lifestyle. My "side effects" of going vegan: I lost 30 lbs almost without trying, my skin cleared up and I have nonstop energy. I love it, and seeing all of the benefits actually happen to me personally, I am convinced to never go back and help people live cleaner, happier lives themselves.

How did you get started working for Tess?

Stacia: Before working for Tess, I was working as a traveling sales rep and totally burnt out. Right at the time I decided to quit my job, Tess was at a point with her business that she decided she had to have an assistant. I told her I was interested, and we both decided that I was the perfect fit for the job! I couldn't ask for a better job or person to work for. Tess has always been a major inspiration for me, and now I get to help out with all of her extremely inspiring work – it's wonderful!

Erin: I had been following Tess' Facebook page for a very long time. One day, out of the blue, and on a complete whim, I decided to message her asking if she could use any kind of additional help! She messaged me back, I had a conference call with Stacia and her and just started working for her and learning from her! It all happened so fast! (I WAS SO NERVOUS.... but immediately Stacia and Tess were so welcoming and warm and really were excited to have me help~ they're awesome!!!)

What originally inspired you about what she's doing, that made you want to be part of it?

Stacia: Over the years, I've observed Tess inspire so many people (including myself!) to make positive, healthy life changes. The idea of being able to help bring people the information and resources they need to make positive changes was a major inspiration for me in wanting to be a part of the work Tess does.

Erin: The thing I noticed the most was how positive and happy Tess always was. I noticed how much she adores health and food and how involved she was with her followers. I really love Tess' personal health story and admire how hard she has worked to get where she is now. She is a great role model and someone I knew I could learn a lot from. She also has very similar views on food and health as I do, so I knew it could be a good fit! 

What do you like most about working for Tess (if, in fact, there is anything you like)?

Stacia: I'm just here for the food....LOL. Just kidding! Although, I certainly do love getting to help spread the message of how delicious and nutritious vegan food can be! I also love all of the awesome skills that I've picked up working for Tess and her business partner, Dr. Mary, who I also work for. I feel like I've learned so much already! I'm so excited and grateful to be a part of it all!

Erin: I love how positive and encouraging Tess is. I am learning a lot from working with her, and she is so patient and kind towards me, especially if I do something silly or completely wrong.... It is very refreshing to have her support. She always makes sure that we are happy, not stressed and enjoy what we're doing. Tess also absolutely loves and is so passionate about what she is doing, and wants both Stacia and I to learn from her and enrich our own lives. I guess what it comes down to is that she really cares about everyone who helps her and works with her. She puts other people first, and this is so obvious from day to day.

Describe your ultimate vegan menu fantasy.

Stacia: Oooooh this is a fun one! Let's see, I would want a meal created from produce picked from an organic garden – a beautiful salad with a homemade dressing, roasted potatoes, green juice, and home brewed Kombucha- and copious amounts of it (yeah, I might have a kombucha addiction)!!! Dessert would be chocolate – LOTS of raw, vegan, organic chocolate

Erin:Well, this is extremely difficult to answer..... I am in love with food. favorite food in this whole entire universe has always been ravioli..they're like little delicious culinary presents that hold pure amazing-ness, and you can have them however you want in a million different ways. My ultimate dream ravioli platter would be 10 lined up, all stuffed with something different: beets with rosemary and potatoes, maple syrup soaked squash, quinoa, pumpkin, cashew cheese, tomatoes/basil, eggplant...etc.. drizzled with a coconut oil/garlic sauce.... Then for dessert: a giant plate of fruit to dip in pure dark chocolate with an almond-milk cappuccino on the side. yum.yum.yum. I love simple and delicious food. 

What are you most passionate about? What are your long term goals?

Stacia: I am super passionate about following my bliss and living my life to the fullest. I love to travel, run, meditate, practice yoga, grow my own food, and I LOVE developing deep and meaningful connections with others. I don't have many long term goals, except to be happy, develop into a more aware person, travel more, and grow my own food! Oh, and someday, I'd like to be a hypnotherapist!

Erin: I love cooking, running, biking, traveling, juicing and drawing. I like to invent new recipes, cook for people and show them fun ways to eat healthy. I also am very interested in alternative medicine and how food/herbs can be medicine and heal the body from the inside out! I am currently in school working toward becoming a registered dietitian while minoring in biochemistry.... (I'm kind of a nerd!).... Eventually, I would love to open my own holistic health practice that encourages growing your own food, supporting local community and educating communities on living happy, healthy lives! 

Connect with me on Instagram at username staciaaashna or email via Please feel free to show some love to Erin by "liking" her awesome Facebook page, 20 Something Holistic Living, find her on Instagram at 20_something_holistic_living, or connect with Erin via email at

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Jun 13, 2013

As many of you know, Dr. Mary Clifton and I just launched our new book, Get Waisted: 100 Addictively Delicious Plant-Based Entrees!! We're very excited about it, and I'm especially happy to have a book (for myself, even!!) that has all kinds of ideas for lowfat, nutrient-dense main dishes. This particular recipe is one of my favorites, because it's SUPER easy to make, quick, and very delicious! I've made it for several cooking classes and everyone has absolutely loved it. So, here's to healthy, happy eating - hope you enjoy!!! : )

Zesty Lemon Chickpeas

This fresh, lively dish is so delicious you’ll forget how nutrient-dense and light it is!
One 15 oz. can chickpeas (garbanzo beans), drained (1½ cups cooked chickpeas)
¼ cup finely chopped parsley
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil
1 teaspoon EACH: Dijon mustard and minced lemon zest
¼ teaspoon EACH: sea salt and black pepper
2 large cloves garlic, minced or pressed

In a large bowl, toss all of the ingredients. Gently stir well until thoroughly combined.

Serve cold or at room temperature.
Serves 2/GF/SF/Green (according to the nutrition guidelines in my books)

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May 30, 2013
Go, Beverly Xavier, GO! You've just won the contest for a free copy of Dreena Burton's fantastic new book! : ) Please let us know how to contact you so we can give you your prize!
Thanks so much to all who participated, too. I wish I could just give you all the grand prize!! Dreena and I enjoyed reading your answers and thank you so much for your feedback. Stay tuned for the next blog post and contest...coming soon! : )

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May 18, 2013
Hey lovely peeps!

I hope you're enjoying spring so far! Today, I have an extra special treat for you. The lovely Dreena Burton has shared her mouth-watering recipe for Wonder Spread with us! Plus, she's doing a giveaway of her awesome new book, Plant-Powered 15!! Winner will be announced on May 29th. To enter, please reply to this blog post and answer the question "What is your favorite thing to spread on toast?" And no, you don't get to enter twice when you change your answer to WONDER SPREAD after trying this recipe... ; ) xo and good luck!

Wonder Spread

From Dreena Burton's Plant-Powered 15

Dreena says: This recipe has such simple ingredients, that you might think it doesn’t taste particularly special. But it does! Be forewarned, this spread (or dip, sauce, mayo!) is addictive!

Tess says: As a cookbook author, I rarely get a chance to try other author's recipes. However, Imma have to make an exception for this one!! Seriously, does this not look amazing?! Plus, for those of you who follow my color-coding system in my books (and in the Get Waisted program), this is a go-go-GREEN recipe! WIN, babies. OK, enough talk. Here's the goods...

1 cup soaked cashews (soak in advance, see note)
1 1/2 tbsp chickpea miso (see note)
1 1/2 - 2 tbsp nutritional yeast (adjust to taste)
1 1/2 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/4 - 1/2 tsp pure maple syrup
1/3 - 1/2 cup water (see note)
Salt and pepper if desired, to taste

In a blender, puree all ingredients on high speed until very smooth. Season to taste with additional salt if desired. Spread on breads, use for sandwiches, wraps, baked potatoes, veggie burgers, or to mix into grains or vegetable dishes. Many serving options with this recipe, it is delicious! Transfer to airtight containers to refrigerate. Makes about 1 1/2 cups.

Cashew Note: Raw cashews take about 3-4 hours to soak, so I find it helpful to soak in batches and then freeze in portions until ready to use. To soak, place nuts in a bowl of water and cover for several hours. The nuts will become larger after soaking, as they swell from absorbing some of the water. Drain the soaking water, and rinse the nuts. Then store in the fridge for a couple of days until ready to use, or in the freezer for a few months.

Miso Note: Chickpea miso is something I discovered this past year. It has such a mild, mellow flavor and a very fermented, umami essence. If you cannot find it, use a very mild miso like a brown rice - and start with just 1 tbsp as it tastes stronger than chickpea miso.

Water Note: Using just 1/3 cup of water will give you a thicker spread. However, if you don’t have a high-speed blender, you may find it difficult to get a smooth puree. If so, use the full 1/2 cup of water. The mixture will thicken slightly with refrigeration.

Recipe from “Plant-Powered 15” by Dreena Burton. Dreena is the author of vegan cookbooks including Let Them Eat Vegan. For more recipes, visit
Photo credit: Nicole Axworth,

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Apr 30, 2013
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing the fabulous and inspiring Ellen Jaffe Jones! I had been following her work for a while before I met her at a San Diego VegFest last fall. Ellen has always impressed me with her running accomplishments, practical vegan message (I was "amen-ing" the whole time I heard her talk at VegFest!), and warm presence. So sit back, have some tea, and get to know Ellen - you'll be glad you did!
How long have you been vegan, Ellen?
32 years...on and off. I had a few diversions when I went to work as a financial consultant at a Wall Street firm and had no control over my working lunches and dinners for 5 years.

I love your book “Eat Vegan on $4 A Day” – what was your main motivation for writing it?
I got tired of all the media stories saying you can’t eat well on a budget. I remember one story in particular with a woman who was morbidly obese. The reporter caught her loading her shopping cart with Twinkies and as he shoved the microphone in front of her face she said, “You just can’t eat well on food stamps.”
I thought, "I’ve been doing this for the better part of 32 years. It’s time to take the best of both careers - financial services and investigative/consumer reporting, crunch the numbers and write this book."
What do you feel are the key messages in your book?
1) You don’t have to shop at a health food store to eat a well-balanced vegan diet. You can find 99% of all the ingredients of recipes in my book at big box stores, if that’s the only place you can shop.
2) By putting an estimated price on every recipe, and providing lots of tips on how to look for bargains, I stress what you can save at the store. But I also emphasize how much money can be saved by avoiding disease. If you average the cost of a $100,000 bypass surgery over a lifetime of $5 burgers...those burgers are more like $1000 a piece, depending how many are eaten.
What's been the response to your message that eating well/eating vegan doesn't have to cost a fortune?
Excellent. I’ve been a speaker at VegFests all over the US and almost fainted when I heard both Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Michael Gregor mention my books in their talks. As Dr. Barnard told me, the perceived expense of eating vegan is the last holdout or excuse that people give for not going vegan.
Totally! I often mention your books in my classes and talks too. So, thanks for providing such a good reference!! What else do you do that we should be talking about? What other revolutionary things are you up to?
One of the things I do that I guess no one else out there has done, is I take pictures of food prices and boil them down to the lowest common denominator...the unit or per ounce price. And then I start comparing. I’ll show that a 4 ounce serving of beans is 7 times cheaper than the cheapest form of 30% fat hamburger meat. Or that beef tenderloin is 37 times more expensive than an equal serving of beans. I’m trying to reach people with their wallets.
I love it! What are some of your favorite tips for eating well on a budget?
Shop the circumference of the store. The more processed, boxed and expensive products are in the center. Look for bargains on top and bottom shelves. Manufacturers pay for that eye level product placement. Buy in bulk, especially beans. Store them in jars with rubber gaskets that keep the beans fresh and bug proof.
So, here's a subject changer, but I have to ask you about your running since I personally find it and you so inspiring! How long have you been running?
32 years also. Though I took many years off when my 3 daughters were young. The fancy running strollers that exist now didn’t back then. So I walked, backpacked with my girls on my back, and biked. We had a huge common ground area and I often went there with my girls running down the hills.
What do you love most about running?
I love to run on the beach with my iPod. When the seagulls, ospreys and pelicans soar overhead, it is easy to feel like you are one of them.
What do you like the least?
If I have to cut back on my training when I’m traveling heavily, it’s a struggle to get back on track when I return.
What are your biggest accomplishments with running?
When I started racing again in 2005, I really was just glad to finish a 5K. Finish without injury was always the goal. Then I joked that I started winning or placing in my age group just by showing up. But 49 5K races later when I have continued to place in my age group, I’m thinking maybe that a vegan diet does give me the edge. I did my first marathon in 2010 and was the 5th oldest female to finish the Palm Beaches Marathon.
And then recently, I discovered I obviously have more fast twitch muscles than slow twitch. I am currently 3rd in State (FL) in the 200, 400 and 1500 meters. 4th in the 100 meters. Finishing in the top 4 at the Senior Games qualifies me to compete in the National Senior Games in Cleveland this July. My 100 meter times are :06 slower than NCAA girls’ personal records listed in the University of Southern California 2012 Track and Field Media Guide.
My daughter was a pole vaulter on the team, so that’s how I got the guide. I write a monthly column for “The Running Journal” and the publisher recently encouraged me to get tested to see if I really do have more fast twitch than slow twitch muscles. He says it is unusual for anyone with my sprint times to have ever finished a marathon.
Wow, that is fantastic. OK, so this is one I’m personally curious about – can you give us any tips on how to overcome obstacles in running? Such as strains and knee issues? I’d love to be even half the runner you are!
You’re too kind. I’ve actually gotten faster in the past few years. Part of it was training with the high school cross country coach. She saw me clock an 8 minute mile and asked if I would like to volunteer coach as her assistant, which I did pre-book. I ran with the girls every day in a park with soft trails. That helped build my speed as well as keep me injury free. Any time you can run on natural surfaces, it helps to stave off joint and muscle injuries. Concrete and asphalt are fairly new inventions evolutionarily speaking.
Oooh, very good to know! I'll try that. Any other tips?
Also, get a gait analysis at a good running shoe store. That should include running on a treadmill and getting recorded on video from behind. If there is any collapsing of the ankle when you run, the video will show that. When fitted with the correct shoes, or orthotics, the video should show the correction. Knee pain is common if you don’t have correct fitting shoes and/or orthotics. The relief can often be instant. Also work on building the muscles that surround and support the knee.
Start with a slow program. As a certified personal trainer (AFAA) and running coach (RRCA), I work with clients structuring a program based around past injuries, and current needs and goals. If you’re just starting, I always recommend a walk/run method and build a base from that. Doing too much too fast and not listening to your body can derail you. You have to start slowly.
I want you to be my running coach when I'm in Florida next winter, Ellen!! Is there anything else you’d like to share with us today?
As the last slide in my presentation that I use at VegFests says, “Genes don’t determine destiny.” My mom, aunt and both sisters had breast cancer. And much more. Figuring out how to dodge our family’s medical history has been the investigative reporting job of my life.
Amen, sister!! Genes do NOT determine destiny. Couldn't agree more. And thank you so much for sharing with us today. You're a rock star! Friends, thanks for joining Ellen and me today - I hope you're inspired to get the most out of life with a plant-strong diet and just-right-for-you exercise plan. Be sure to join Ellen on her website, her Facebook page, and her Twitter page! : )

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I had an inspiration about a week ago to make these. I wasn't sure if they'd work, honestly. I had never tried this before. But, in the spirit of trying something exciting and new, I decided to give them a whirl... and ooh la la, they worked perfectly!!

Basically, what I was going for was a crispy, very finely textured potato snack that was simultaneously low in fat and high in fun. Success! And plus, this thang is super easy to whip together - the only downside is that you do need a spiralizer. I don't really know of any other tool that would do the trick. I have a Benriner spiralizer (I think it cost me around $40) and I love it - it's great for making carrot "hair" (shown to the left of the spring roll in the picture below of a recent lunch my daughter posted on her page), zucchini "pasta," and beautifully textured beets!

OK, so how does one make these "swirly potatoes," you may be wondering?? It's super easy... Ready?? Here goes...

1. Preheat your oven to 400 F. Spray a large baking sheet with oil and set aside.
2. Wash any number of potatoes well and spiralize them, using a good spiralizer such as the Benriner one I have. You'll have some bits or slices of taters that don't spiralize but DO NOT PANIC. You can use these little babies elsewhere - personally, I like to dice them up and bake them for lil' cubed crunchy taters. The dimensions of potato fun just never end!!
3. Squeeze the moisture out of the spiralized potatoes. I do this using paper towels. You want those stringy taters DRY.
4. Spread the spiralized potatoes out on the oiled pan and spray them again with some oil (I use a coconut oil spray or olive oil spray). Sprinkle lightly with some seasoned salt and garlic granules. Bake until nicely browned and crisp. You may need to turn the whole thing over mid-way. The whole process really depends on your oven and your pan. For me, it took about 10 minutes on each side.
5. Remove from the oven and serve with ketchup and/or hot sauce. Hope you find them as addictively fun and delicious as I do!!

This recipe is GF/SF/Green (according to the recipe and health guidelines in my books)

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Apr 2, 2013

Congratulations, Kimberly Neubauer!!! You've won the big daddy prize - a signed set of my books, a one-hour coaching session with me, and Dr. Mary Clifton's book (also signed), "Waist Away."

I'd sincerely like to say THANK YOU to everyone who entered the contest, both on my blog and my Facebook page. Your lovely comments always made me smile!! : )

This week, my new fantabulous assistant Stacey will be blogging here, so please let her know if you have any requests! She's amazing, talented, wise, and has lots of inspiring ideas, so I know you'll love having her around just as much as I do!!

Thanks again and congrats, Kimberly!! : )


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Mar 17, 2013

Hey there, friends! : ) In celebration of my Facebook page reaching 4000 (and beyond), I'm doing another giveaway! It's my way of saying THANK YOU for your support, even when I (ahem) ignore this blog during busy weeks at a time!

So, what am I giving away?? Check it!!

The winner will receive the following...

1. A set of my books (all signed!): "Radiant Health, Inner Wealth," "The Two-Week Wellness Solution," and "Radiance 4 Life"
2. A signed copy of Dr. Mary Clifton's book "Waist Away" (how to joyfully lose weight and supercharge your life)
3. A one-hour coaching session with me (via phone or skype)!

Total value?? About $250!!

How to win??
1. Reply to this post with your answer to the question "What do you love best about Spring?"
2. Check back here (and on my Facebook page) on April 2nd to see if you've won!!

Good luck...and thanks again for being awesome. Love you guys!!! : )

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