Gluten-free recipes & organized living for busy people

About Debbie Noel

About Debbie Noel

Hi there! I’m Debbie Noel, founder of The Edited Kitchen. An editor and writer in Orange County by day, and a mostly paleo and gluten-free home cook, with a penchant for simple, time-saving recipes and a clean and organized space. If I’m not at my desk or in the kitchen, I’m probably at a coffee shop or Disneyland.

As a former Diet Coke addict and treadmill-hater, I’ve personally seen the value of removing processed, artificial, gluten- and sugar-laden foods from your diet and adopting an active lifestyle. It’s pretty simple: when you choose better things to put in your body and when you make healthier choices, it makes a world of difference. And I’ve also learned you don’t have to make huge, life-changing choices right away. Just start somewhere.

Now I eat clean foods. I run. I “yoga.” But I’m not perfect (by any stretch of the imagination). And at the end of the day, I truly believe that everyone’s health journey comes down to the personal choices that work best for them. I don’t believe that anyone should live or die by a set diet or prescriptive plan from me or anyone else.

While diets can be great tools for the journey, they don’t always equate to a healthy lifestyle, and they shouldn’t be a lifelong practice. It’s all about making little choices to get to a happier, healthier lifestyle.

That’s where The Edited Kitchen comes in. I wanted to cut through the clutter, and give you everyday, simple recipes and organization solutions to make getting healthy or staying healthy a little bit easier. To read more about The Edited Kitchen philosophy, go here >