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Hello there,

Thank you for stopping by my blog and taking some time of your precious day to check it out!

About Miryam

Well, if you must know, I am actually a clinical dietitian. I earned a BS degree in Bioinformatics (molecular genetics and computer science) and a BS degree in Psychology. I later attended graduate school to obtain a Masters degree in Human Nutrition and currently I am studying to become a physician assistant. I guess I am the never ending student, or as I describe it, the professional student. Will see how this journey goes because as I stand, blogging, studying and taking care of my family is hard work! I think I am the master multitasker…lol!!

Right now I live in Westfield, New Jersey, with my husband and two kids. It is not bad but at some point, hopefully in the near future, we would like to move. Maybe back to Spain, ( which is where I am from) who knows, but for now, New Jersey is what we call home.

I would also like to introduce to you a project I have been working on for the past year and half. It will be my first published cookbook, which comes out Sept 15th 2015.

The cookbook, titled, The Matcha Cookbook: Green Tea-Inspired Meals, Snacks, Drinks and Desserts is a collection of  healthy recipes which some are gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and dairy free.

Here is a sneak peek!

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Eat Good 4 Life | The healthy Matcha cookbook

About the food

I was born and raised in Spain. I was brought up eating the Mediterranean diet using wholesome foods grown locally and using authentic cooking traditions. Food is a huge part of the Spanish culture and coming to the States didn’t stop me from carrying on with those traditions.

My palate was already trained to eat good quality food and with my big appetite, especially for sweets, I couldn’t see myself eating cheap and nasty processed food. Cooking and baking myself allows me to stay on target and control the quality of what I eat, especially when it comes to baking. We all know how fattening and fake the cookies and cakes at the supermarket can be!!

I started this blog because I wanted to document my recipes and be able to share my passion for healthy cooking and baking by also sharing nutritional knowledge. My ultimately goal is to be able to inspire people to start cooking healthier so that they can live a longer and healthier happier life. I am still learning a lot about nutrition, as this is something that I am very passionate about. I am glad I have this platform to be able to reach the few people that I have so far, and I hope to be able to reach many more.

New kitchen | Eat Good 4 Life

Since I cook and bake a lot many of the new people I meet think I have a massive kitchen. Not the case. If you must see, here it is my little space above. I actually renovated my kitchen not long ago, Fall 2015, after my house flooded while we went on vacation August 2014. What a nightmare that was. It took 4 months to get the house back to normal.

While my kitchen is small it is pretty functional and I am happy with that! Some day, maybe in the near future, I will have a massive kitchen with a real island and loads of storage cabinets for all my kitchen gadgets which half of them I keep in my basement! For now…I love my kitchen!!

New kitchen | Eat Good 4 Life

In a more informal and fun way if you want to learn a little bit more about me and my family here is a documentary we recently participated on. A show on people from Spain living overseas. Fast forward to minute 50-51 to see us. It is in Spanish!! I hope you like it.


I am an avid advocate of eating organically and eating green by minimizing my carbon foot print so here are some resources.

  • Do not waste food, when you waste food, you waste the energy used to grow, transport and cook it. In addition, when food waste is sent to landfills instead of being composted, it releases methane, a greenhouse gas 23 times more potent than carbon dioxide.
  • To reduce gas emissions, buy local and seasonal produce.
  • Don’t rely on heavily packaged and processed foods, which take basic foods and add many more steps to it such as processing, refining, packaging, transporting and storing, which all require fossil fuel.

Visit to see the carbon footprint of your meal choice and to make direct, immediate comparisons with other foods options!

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These are my favorite food testers: Mikaela and Miqueas.


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I hope you enjoy my blog and thanks so much for stopping by!