If You Are What You Eat, Eat Well

If You Are What You Eat, Eat Well

Article by Marilyn Campbell

When Teri Cochrane’s son was 18 months old, he was diagnosed with asthma and placed on a variety of medications, including steroids. Less than two years later, doctors warned the Reston mother that he would have frequent seizures, would never have a normal childhood….

Spinach and Cilantro Quesadillas

Spinach and Cilantro Quesadillas. Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post

Tested by Bonnie S. Benwick

Paired with avocado slices or guacamole, these tortillas make a quick lunch or light dinner. Some people find the sheep’s-milk manchego cheese easier to digest than cheese made from cow’s milk. The minerals in spinach and cilantro help support a healthy immune system.

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Unlimited Realities with Lisa Zimmer

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Interview with Lisa Zimmer

My favorite nutritionalist and dietician, Teri Cochrane, specializes in reducing illness and chronic health conditions through the use of good healthy foods and herbs. Teri is a wealth of information and her cook book, RESTORATIVE RECIPES  is a must have in  your kitchen.



Celebrating Thanksgiving Like a Chef


Article by Marilyn Campbell

Reston-based nutritionist Teri Cochrane of Healing Paths LLC believes Thanksgiving can be about health as well as family. In fact, she assembles her menu based on the healing properties of each dish. When it comes to her bird, Cochrane focuses on the breast….

Chinese Chicken and Cabbage Stir-Fry


Tested by Bonnie S. Benwick

This is a healthful stir-fry with good texture and color, plus vitamins A, C and K. To make it a vegetarian dish, omit the chicken, and be sure to include the edamame and bean sprouts. Serve with brown basmati rice or instant brown rice.                

Virginia Report with Delegate Ken Plum

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Interview with Delegate Ken Plum

You are what you eat, we are told, and if you don’t like necessarily how you feel or how your life is going, it could be related to what you are eating. At least that’s according to Teri Cochrane, our guest tonight. Very welcome.  



Best Ballet Summer Intensives 2014

Programs by Dance Teacher Connect

We also have fun activities planned for our student while they do not dance on the weekends.  Last but not least we hold valuable injury prevention (Body Dynamics, Inc) and a nutrition seminar (Healing Paths with Teri Cochrane) for our attendees….

Author and Nutritionist Will Sign New Book


Article by Christina Bass

Cochrane, a certified nutritionist and family herbalist, will conduct a book signing for her work Saturday at One Good Woman in Camp Hill. The author and founder of Healing Paths, an integrative nutrition and wellness counseling center in Washington D.C….  

Hormone Imbalance, What’s the Deal?


Interview with Todd Alan

In today’s busy world there are things going on in our environment that are having an adverse effect on our health along with the fact that we some times neglect good nutrition. Garbage in garbage out, our bodies were not designed…. 



The Washington Post's Free Range on Food Q&A

Q&A with Joe Yonan

The Washington Post Food section is your source for cooking and food stories and hundreds of recipes.Today’s topics: Talk about “Top Chef” alum Mike Isabella and his impending restaurant, nutritious meals that meet the MyPlate guidelines, the arrival of local blueberries, and more.

The Family Dinner Table Recipe Book

Book compiled by Dorothy Myers

The Family Dinner Table is a collection of easy seasonal dishes that will satisfy the entire family. These recipes include quick weekday meals, tasty recipes from around the globe, and dishes that are ideal for holidays and entertaining. The comforting bounty of fall and winter is reflected…