Beer Distributor’s Witch Label Brews Contempt Among Wiccans

Witch's Wit

Witch’s Wit label (LostAbbey.com)

Just in time for Halloween, there’s trouble brewing for a California beer distributor that has gotten into hot water with the nation’s wiccan community over an ale called Witch’s Wit — whose label depicts a woman being burned at the stake.

Witch’s Wit is one of Port Brewing Company’s Lost Abbey beers, which the distributor calls “inspired beers for saints and sinners alike.” Each beer sports a label that aims to tell a story about the struggle between good and evil.

Click here to see a slideshow of the Lost Abbey labels.

But Vicki Noble, a famed healer, astrologer and spiritual leader in the pagan community, saw only evil in Witch’s Wit after a worker in a liquor store called the bottle to her attention last week.

Incensed at the image of a witch being burned at the stake, Noble sent an e-mail to becoming advocare distributor her followers, asking in the subject line: “Can we stop this brewer from their hate imagery?”

“Can you imagine them showing a black person being lynched or a Jewish person going to the oven?” she asked. “Such images are simply not tolerated in our society anymore (thank the Goddess) and this one should not be, either.”

Nearly a week later, Port Brewing, based in San Marcos., Calif., continues to be flooded with messages expressing outrage over the label and even threatening a boycott if the company doesn’t change it.

“Blogs, Facebook and Twitter were all employed to mount an assault on our systems,” the company said in a statement. “An e-mail campaign was also started and a barrage of very similar e-mails filled our in-boxes for the duration of the weekend.

“We have a stack of e-mails asking whether we would show Jews being gassed or African-Americans being lynched … Others seemed to think we were responsible for recent incidents in Darfur as well. It was an amazing chain of events to say the least.”

Tomme Arthur, Port Brewing’s director of brewery operations, said all Lost Abbey beers, including Witch’s Wit, deal with religious irony and feature both original artwork on the front and a written story on the back.

“The Inferno ale, for example, talks about what it’s like to wake up and find yourself in Hell,” he told FoxNews.com.

But he said only Witch’s Wit has generated any complaints, with most of them falling into three categories:

“The first one was that it was a horrific image and that there was no reason for that to be used for the promotion of beer,” he said. 

“The second one was that this was another opportunity for men to show a dominating, misogynistic perspective bringing down women and what women have accomplished in the last 200 years in terms of women’s rights.

“The third seemed to suggest that there are still atrocities against witches in other parts of the world that we may or may not be aware of,” and that the image was discriminatory toward that “persecuted minority,” Arthur told FoxNews.com.

That’s true, said Noble, a professor at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in Palo Alto. She said wiccans and pagans generally are “a discriminated-against segment of the population” that continues to be persecuted all over the world.

“In Africa, just very recently, there is again another case where a woman either has been stoned to death or was about to be stoned to death for being a witch,” Noble said. “And it means the same thing as when they used to say it in Europe, it just means someone has gotten frightened of this woman for some reason.”

In fact, she said, witches are usually healers or shamans. It’s the misconceptions about them that get them into trouble. And she said the Witch’s Wit label perpetuates those misconceptions. 

But Arthur said the label aims to address those misconceptions — not mock them.

“What I was looking at was this notion that there was a lot of people in the 16th century who would have been sent to a horrific death for potentially committing no crime, and that’s what she represents, this woman, this girl…. My notion of this woman is that she’s innocent, but we don’t know what she did.”

He said, the beer was brewed to honor the woman in the image, and the back label was written to play off of the guilt in the crowd with the message:

Whether you’re a wonder healer, a caller of spirits or a lover of black magic, they will find you. And on that day, they will boil your blood, singe your skin and make a point to burn your soul to the ground. From that lonely stake, you’ll be left to contemplate your life of spell casting, obscure texts and a world operated between the shadows of night and day.

Convicted of a dark art, the crowd will gather to watch as they raze your earthen existence. An intolerable pain is the cross you’ll bear that day as you are removed from this righteous world. No one will summon the courage to save you in fear of their life. It sucks. But such is the life of a witch. 

In honor of your fleeting existence, we brewed Witch’s Wit. A light and refreshing wheat beer, it’s exactly the sort of thing you might expect to find being passed around the center of town on witch burning day. Say hello to the Prince of Darkness for us.”

Still, Cynthia Eller, associate professor of women’s studies and religious studies at Montclair State University in New Jersey, said the label was just plain offensive.

“This woman could have been my great, great, great, great, grandmother — if she lived long enough to reproduce,” Eller, who received Noble’s original e-mail, says in a YouTube video on the issue. 

“…When you put a picture of this on a beer bottle, you’re perpetuating misogyny.”

But calls to change the label have triggered an outpouring of supporters, who say the brewery should stand its ground.

“TOMME DON’T CHANGE A DAMN THING. this is political correctness run amuck,” a blogger by the name of ‘Anchor’ posted on the Lost Abbey website.

Eller says changing the label would be a “win-win” for the company.

“I’ve heard from numerous sources that people are walking into their local liquor stores and asking for Witch’s Wit,” Eller wrote on Port Brewing’s website. “Now thank the people that got you that publicity by running a contest to come up with a new label. It will be fun! You’ll get a whole new clientele who is personally invested in your product. Sell the old labels as collectors items. Choose to be the good guy; it’s easy.”

Eller adds that brewery co-founder, Vince Marsaglia, echoed those sentiments. 

“Vince of Lost Abbey brewery e-mailed me to say that they didn’t know their label would cause such offense, that they see that it was a mistake and that they’d like to come up with a great new image for their Witch’s Wit label,” she says in the video.

But Arthur says Marsaglia’s quotes were taken out of context and the company has no set plans to change anything about the image.

“The only decision that has been made about this label is that we have agreed, as owners, to discuss this label controversy at our meeting in November,” he said. 

Noble, meanwhile, says if the company doesn’t change the label, there will be more trouble ahead.

“I don’t’ have an immediate plan, but I’m sure not ready to just let it go away,” she said. “We’ll have to go to the next level.”

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Marketing your St. Louis Senior Home Care Business

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November 7, 2016

This vegetable tart was made using frozen gluten free pastry bought at the Allergy & Free From Show over the weekend. It is a quick and tasty recipe for a weekday evening. Serve with some green salad.I used coloured carrots… Continue Reading ->

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Taste & See |

November 7, 2016

Ceviche is a wonderfully brilliant concept. Simply coat raw seafood in citrus juice and allow the acidity to cook the fish. It’s delicious, easy, and the essence of beach food. Fortunately, we don’t have to live near the ocean to enjoy ceviche. I live in the midwest and don’t have access…

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Eating Chalk |

November 7, 2016

Did everyone have a good weekend?  I had two days off with the husband so mine was fantabulous.  We had two great brunches, cooked two tasty dinners, accomplished all of our to-dos… the weather even held out for us. Have you registered your Starbucks card yet?  This was free. This…

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MommyhoodBytes |

November 7, 2016

Your eyes are not deceiving you. You read that headline correctly. You can actually make a cookie dough thatâEUR(TM)s truly safe to eat raw AND offers health benefits! I know it sounds to good to be true, and I will be honest, itâEUR(TM)s not 100% like the original. But it is delicious, super…

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Grapefruit & Granola |

November 7, 2016

IâEUR(TM)m back with a continuation of my tips for your first triathlon, and todayâEUR(TM)s post is all about race day tips. ItâEUR(TM)s definitely nerve-racking doing your first triathlon because there are so many moving piecesâEUR¦ setting up your transition area, making sure all of your…

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Craving Something Healthy |

November 7, 2016

These energy bites are made with pumpkin and spice and everything nice.  No baking required! Well, hello!  It’s been a while since I’ve posted.  Some of you know I’ve been knee-deep in a total kitchen renovation for the past few weeks, and I’m so happy to say – IT’S…

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Healthfully Ever After |

November 7, 2016

It’s on. Thanksgiving is officially less than three weeks away and it’s time to buckle up and make your plans. Sure, you may have your traditional Thanksgiving plans with family, but we’re talking about Friendsgiving: getting together with your pseudo family amidst the holiday craziness to eat…

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Acrobat Nutrition |

November 7, 2016

When I asked my baby sister Rona, how much she likes brussel sprouts this is what she said… “love love love them they’re amazing I can never get enough and legit sometimes eat them for lunch and dinner multiple days in a row without realizing and still manage to not get sick of them.”  If…

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KISS in the Kitchen |

November 7, 2016

This post features recipes from Natural Delights Medjool Dates- a brand I LOVE working with, but this is not a sponsored post. As always, all opinions are my own. October is usually a wet month here in San Antonio, but it seems like November is the new October. Rain is falling, the weather…

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Nutrition Starring YOU |

November 6, 2016

These Crustless Mini Pumpkin Pies are a guiltless way to enjoy a tasty treat without added sugars. Pumpkin Pie is a quintessential holiday dessert. A traditional version of this tasty recipe can contain over 300 calories before the a la mode is figured into the mix. These Crustless Mini…

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Jump, Jive & Kale! |

November 6, 2016

Hi there!  I’ve got a week of meals for you, and I’m also happy to announce that I filled half of my new cabinets with kitchen things today and officially have an island with a countertop! The countertop looks really…The post Healthy Meal Planning: Weekly Dinner Menu #75 [Kitchen…

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TastyBalance Nutrition |

November 6, 2016

I love my husband, Disneyland, and tiki bars. Persimmons are close to making that list of top loves! I love them that much!  Sweet, crisp and juicy, the persimmon is perfection. When someone tells me that they don’t like persimmons, first of all, I probably give them a really dirty look,…

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The Dietitian’s Digest |

November 6, 2016

Frozen dinners often get a bad rap because they are typically sodium and saturated fat meal bombs formulated into frozen mac-n-cheese, chicken pot pies and Salisbury steak dinners from words I can’t pronounce and neither of us should be eating. They sell well because…

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New Kid On The Guac |

November 6, 2016

Amidst lobster rolls, crab cakes, and far too many oysters in Boston, I had the immense pleasure of dining at Alden and Harlow in Harvard Square. As a student at Harvard, Alden and Harlow has always been my favorite place to take visitors when they come into town (or so I told people….

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Salubrious RD |

November 6, 2016

What did I have you at? Wild Blueberry? High Protein? or “cheesecake”? âEURoeBy posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.âEUR I can’t get enough of this…

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Sinful Nutrition |

November 6, 2016

Cinnamon Roll Apple Roses Recipe — Edible roses made with tart apple slices wrapped up in sweet and gooey cinnamon rolls. Such an easy and impressive treat for the holidays! Ah, Monday. So we meet again. There’s a nip in… Continue reading -> © 2010 Sinful Nutrition I Emily CooperThe…

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KTKnutrition |

November 6, 2016

Everyone knows fruits and vegetables are good for your health.  But many parents donâEUR(TM)t know about half of what a kid eats should be fruits and vegetables.  MyPlateshows a plate with half the plate being fruits and veggies.  Many parents arenâEUR(TM)t serving kids even one fruit or…

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cindyshealthymeals |

November 5, 2016

On this last outdoor farmers market of the season we featured Chili Con Carne with Apples at our culinary demo.  I’d planned to feature a Beef Chili at the November Market, when I was challenged by one of the farmers to “do something with apples”.  Not a problem, since apples go well with…

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Parenting Diabetes |

November 5, 2016

Though Type 1 Diabetes previously was called Juvenille Onset Diabetes, it does not mean they outgrown it in adulthood. Type 1 Diabetes is frequently seen in children, thus it was called juvenille onset. There are lots of people diagnosed with type 1 diabetes past childhood. I’ve recently seen…

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Food Science Nerd |

November 5, 2016

This is an oldie-but-goodie post that I revamped with new pictures and slight recipe updates.  The turkey chili in particular is perfect for cold winter weeknights! Today marks the start of National Nutrition Month and the theme is “Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle”, so I’m breaking from my…

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NutriSavvyHealth |

November 5, 2016

Disclosure: By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. The Holiday Season is here! With our Halloween festivities coming to a close, itâEUR(TM)s now time to…

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Vine Ripe Nutrition |

November 5, 2016

By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. Tis the season to kick off your holiday meal planning! And this year it’s time to Go Wild! I hope this holiday…

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Nutrition for the Health of It |

November 5, 2016

One in eleven Americans has been diagnosed with diabetes. That’s 29 million people with diabetes. 86 million more are at risk! Someone is diagnosed with diabetes every 23 seconds! People with diabetes can have healthcare costs that are 2.3 times higher than someone without diabetes! Those…

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All Around Nutrition |

November 5, 2016

Sports nutrition is a very large topic and the schools of thought are very diverse.  Some people say one thing is better, but research shows A, B, and C are better.  Then research comes out showing that X, Y, and Z are just as effective.  Basically there is no one set way to approach…

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Revive Wellness |

November 4, 2016

âEUR~Tis the season for holiday parties. This can be a hard time to maintain your health goals. It may not seem like you are eating much when you are grazing on appetisers, but even with those small portion sizes, they can add up. Try these guilt free appetisers at your next holiday party,…

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Nourished Simply |

November 4, 2016

How many of you like green bean casserole?  You probably grew up eating this side dish at holiday meals.  Here is new from scratch version that is just a good as the original. A Food Memory For Which…Feel your body the fuel you need to flourish. Visit my website for nutrition tips to…

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tempt healthy eating |

November 4, 2016

  “A little bit of naughty and a lot of nice” Rachel Berman, RD used this saying to explain what RD nutritionists recommend you eat. It encapsulates the dietary guidelines and also the principles of the Mediterranean diet. I heard…The post What do RD nutritionists recommend you eat?…

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Homemade Nutrition |

November 4, 2016

These easy egg burritos with sweet peppers, zucchini, and black beans are the perfect  protein-packed, flavorful, and fun healthy breakfast-on-the go!  Southwestern Breakfast Burritos Makes 2 servings   Ingredients: 1 teaspoon light olive oil or canola oil 2 mini red, yellow, or orange…

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Empowered Eating Blog |

November 4, 2016

Free Family and Friends Workshop November 14th By Alex Raymond, RD, LD The holidays can be an extremely difficult time for the family and friends of clients struggling with an eating disorder. Parents, family members and friends can genuinely feel confused and tentative about the best approach…

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Empowered Eating |

November 4, 2016

Free Family and Friends Workshop November 14th By Alex Raymond, RD, LD The holidays can be an extremely difficult time for the family and friends of clients struggling with an eating disorder. Parents, family members and friends can genuinely feel confused and tentative about the best approach…

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The Educated Plate |

November 4, 2016

I’ve never had a sweet tooth but I definitely know they’re out there! These bad boys are a perfect whole food alternative for that late night sugar fix or sweet treats for dinner party guests. Hey, why not share the wealth with your sports team at a post-game dinner? So ditch the leftover…

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Prevention RD |

November 4, 2016

I want to blab about various things today, so…bear with me! First, GO CUBS GO! I grew up watching the Cubs with my grandpa who passed when I was in middle school. He and I were close and memories of watching the Cubs on his 13-inch black and white TV are some of my fondest….Read More »

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DiabeteSteps Rx |

November 4, 2016

I have cooked lots of turkeys over the years, but I have to agree with Chef Lance Roll, in his assessment of his delicious turkey recipe. Chef Lance Roll is founder, owner, and operator of The Flavor Chef. He has been cooking professionally for over 25 years in high-end restaurants,…

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Multivitamin Guide Blog |

November 4, 2016

The bitter melon looks like a knobbly cucumber. It inspires curiosity. It tastes unlike anything you have ever eaten before or would have ever considered eating in the past. However, once you have eaten it and benefited from its rocket fuel-like effects, you learn to actually love the bitter…

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Nutritious Eats |

November 4, 2016

This chili packs a ton of flavor and makes a great make-ahead meal. Bonus: only one pot to clean! This post was originally posted October 1, 2010. Updates have been made.  There are a handful ore recipes every cook should know how to make and chili is one of them. Chili is the ultimate…

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Healthy Eating for Families |

November 4, 2016

Smooth out blood sugar highs and lows with these tasty unprocessed foods. By: Jodie Shield, MEd, RD Sweet! November is National Diabetes Month, but hold your fork, knife and spoon! If you, or any of your peeps, have diabetes – […]

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Food Trainers |

November 4, 2016

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Motive Nutrition |

November 4, 2016

      Whenever I make vegetables, I challenge myself with a game: make them so good that they’ll want seconds.  So when my carnivore husband asked for not seconds, but thirds of this broccoli rice, I knew I had scored high points.      This recipe comes together quickly for a simple but…

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Down-to-Earth Dietitian |

November 4, 2016

Jen Haugen, RDN, LD, Down-to-Earth DietitianâEURoeKnow your farmer, know your food.âEUR is a common quote we see in many places, including the farmerâEUR(TM)s market, the supermarket; and even bigger advertising pieces, like commercials, and on social media. But what does it really…

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Kath Eats Real Food |

November 4, 2016

This post is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company If that doesn’t warm up your chilly fall morning, then I don’t know what will! Warming chai spice from brewed tea, sweet caramelized pears, and creamy cinnamon-vanilla oatmeal come together for one perfect fall breakfast. And have you…

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The Healthy Toast |

November 4, 2016

After a long work week, make dinner easy on yourself with this apple tofu grilled cheese. I loved grilled cheese. I especially love grilled cheese dipped in ranch dressing (yes, tomato soup is good too, but ranch dressing is by far the tastiest option ð?~? ). But sometimes I want a more…

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Chocolate Slopes |

November 4, 2016

This Roasted Acorn Squash is a simple vegetable side dish that is a perfect way to eat seasonally and nutritious! It’s that time of year to get to your produce store and stock up on winter squash since they are so cheap! I love all kinds of squash, but especially winter squash like spaghetti,…

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Sara Haas RDN |

November 3, 2016

Nourish. I’ve spent 100% of my time in my nutrition career talking ad nauseam about nutrition, but probably only 25% of that time […]The post Fertility Foods Coming Summer 2017 appeared first on Sara Haas, RDN, LDN.

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The Average RD |

November 3, 2016

Imagine a blazing fire, Christmas lights twinkling, lots of laughter, and a glass of Irish Cream.  This is what I picture when I think of the holidays.   My Holiday Irish Cream liqueur is beautiful to serve and even better to enjoy. This recipe will create a perfect complement to your holiday…

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Mom’s Kitchen Handbook: Raising Fresh-Food Kids in a French-Fried World |

November 3, 2016

When her oldest child began kindergarten at the local public school, my friend Alison was delighted with the education, but disappointed by the classroom snack program.  The school had a rotating schedule for parents to bring in mid-morning snack, with little in the way of guidelines…

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Real Living Nutrition |

November 3, 2016

I used to be a runner. I ran half marathons, 10 k’s, mud runs, you name it. Then my knees started hurting. “Just take a little break, the pain will go away,” I was told. So I rested, I iced, I Advil’ed; the pain never went away. Now I’m happy to say that I’m a…Read More »

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Wholify |

November 3, 2016

Who doesn’t love Trader Joe’s?? It’s fun, the employees are happy and the food is great (and priced great too). I often get asked what I buy at the grocery store. I’m not sure how to answer without rattling off…Learn more about My Favorite Trader Joe’s Finds at Wholify.

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Nutrition by Nazima |

November 3, 2016

Note: I received a free Ajman scarf from Sadaf Scarves in exchange for writing a review. As always, all opinions are my own. My exercise routine has change a lot over the past 2 years. Over 2 years ago, I would go to the gym regularly and lift heavy weights. When I found out I was…

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Much More Than Food |

November 3, 2016

As I speak out about diet, climate change and the potential of regenerative agriculture,  I find myself on a collision course with other dietitians and many scientists.  The pro GMO contingent focuses narrowly on the safety of genetically modified organisms (GMO/GM) in humans, effectively…

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Kristen Yarker Nutrition Small Bites |

November 3, 2016

At workshops IâEUR(TM)m often asked by new parents whether babies need teeth to eat finger foods. The short answer is: no. Whether youâEUR(TM)re choosing to start with purees or to follow Baby Led Weaning (BLW), we recommend starting to offer…Read more >

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Food and Health with Timi Gustafson, R.D. |

November 3, 2016

While todayâEUR(TM)s world is a risky place and evokes many well-founded concerns, the experience of fear itself creates new risks that can affect a personâEUR(TM)s health and well-being. In fact, the hazards of fretting over perceived threats may be more harmful than the actual risks…

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Food and Fitness Fundamentals |

November 3, 2016

By Julie Carrico, MBA, CCRCIn the office recently we were discussing newly published results of a study suggesting that placebo treatments can in some cases be effective treatments, even when patients know they are receiving placebo treatment.  A placebo, in case you don’t know the term, is a…

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Nutrition & You! |

November 3, 2016

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Foodworksblog |

November 3, 2016

The debate about GMO foods continues, but lately, there has been some doubts about their efficacy and beneficial properties. Time will tell as to the fate and truth about this controversial topic in the food industry. CLICK HERE.

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Raise Healthy Eaters |

November 3, 2016

I remember when Big A started kindergarten and it seemed like she was offered food at every turn. Then she joined soccer and seemed more interested in the snack than the game. Like a lot of parents, I wanted to positively influence the food environment without being âEURoethat mom.âEUR You…

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Olive Tomato |

November 3, 2016

So Greeks love olive oil and they use a lot of it, actually the most from any other country….

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Kroll’s Korner |

November 3, 2016

Need an easy and healthy weeknight dinner? These cheesy broccoli rice cups will do the trick! Going low carb? Ditch the biscuit & eat as a casserole! Click here to pin this recipe for later! One of the hardest things for many of us is putting a quality meal on the table during the week….

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Eating Mindset |

November 3, 2016

Dietary carbohydrate is the source of almost religious fervour. I respect the passion but itâEUR(TM)s a complex topic and arguments between professionals donâEUR(TM)t help people who are trying to decide how to eat well. So here are my thoughts on… Continue reading ->The post The carbohydrate…

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WeightWise |

November 3, 2016

A recent article in The New York Times painted a dismal picture. The majority of Americans reported that obesity is a result of a lack of willpower. That one just needs to diet and exercise to lose weight successfully. However, a multitude of research proves that this is not the case. Evidence…

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Domestic Dreamboat |

November 3, 2016

Hi! I’m back after a brief hiatus. After a whirlwind trip back to Alberta to meet my new niece and visit family, Baby J brought a cold back with us, and the whole family has been sick for the past week and a half. But I’m starting to feel better,…The post The Perfect Traditional Grilled…

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The Flourishing Foodie |

November 3, 2016

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Nutrition Adventures |

November 3, 2016

An easy & hearty vegetarian soup made with nutritious pantry staples like canned beans & vegetables! Are you ready for the easiest recipe ever? The last few weeks of October were filled with events and travel, first the Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Boston followed by a trip to…

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Healthy Inspiration |

November 3, 2016

Growing up we had a dear family friend who was known for her irresistible Candy Bar Cake.  It was a moist and spongy chocolate cake topped with a delightful whipped cream frosting and little bits of sweet, chewy candy bars all throughout the cake and icing.  As tasty as it was, that is not…

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Eat Real Live Well |

November 3, 2016

Tomato season is officially over in Pennsylvania. What are we to do?! Well, while the not-so-red store bought tomatoes can still do the trick in small quantities for various recipes, now enters a season where my tomato sauce is maybe slightly less fresh but, much easier to make! We use…

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Peace, Love, and Food |

November 3, 2016

Smoky, savory and just plain delicious, this white clam and kale pizza needs to make an appearance at your next pizza night.This post was sponsored by the National Fisheries Institute. Thanks for supporting the brands and organizations that help make TFD possible! As always, all opinions are…

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Upbeet |

November 2, 2016

Canned fish is an underrated food that deserves more space in your pantry. It may not be as sexy as getting fresh fish from the fisherman’s wharf or Granville Island, but with lots of innovative, delicious recipes being developed it is getting there! Especially when you are talking about…

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Vincci Tsui, RD |

November 2, 2016

I just came back from a 2-day workshop on motivational interviewing, a…

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Nutritionally Fit |

November 2, 2016

For years, people have been raving about low carb, high protein diets. While they may seem like a quick and easy way to lose weight, it is important to weigh both the advantages and disadvantages before determining if it is the right choice for you. Pros: A lower calorie intake, as carbs such…

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Twellman Nutrition |

November 2, 2016

Create a successful, happy and peaceful day,  every day, by starting out with these 5 positive morning habits! 1.Meditation/Quiet Time - Create some quiet space to connect with yourself and your thoughts everyday.  THis is always a great place to create an intention for the day. 2….

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Newlywed Nutrition |

November 2, 2016

Happy National Eating Healthy Day guys! That term “healthy” means many things to many people but the American Heart Association    Advices us to consume a colorful plate in order to get essential nutrition. This campaign is designed to show us how simply adding a cup of fruits and vegetables…

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Thinky Bites |

November 2, 2016

Truth be told most healthy people donâEUR(TM)t need to be taking a daily multivitamin. If you are eating a balanced and varied diet you are likely getting what you need nutritionally. That being said, there are a few groups of people that should consider taking a multivitamin.Do you fit into any…

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Amy’s Eat List |

November 2, 2016

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Smart Nutrition |

November 2, 2016

What do you get when you mash together carrot cake, apple spice cake, and a pina colada? Morning glory oats!  Initially that may all sound a bit strange and as though there’s too much going on but it magically all comes together as one glorious concoction.  Last week a friend asked me what…

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Pumps & Pushups |

November 2, 2016

I love to shop and I love to compare. Whether I’m searching for an entire new wardrobe or an outfit for an event, you can bet I’m looking on multiple websites to compare prices and make the best decision! Wouldn’t it be great if there was a website that made that entire process easier? Oh,…

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Healthy Heddleston |

November 1, 2016

Recently, I went live on my FB profile with a quick video about how changing your outlook on breakfast can be beneficial. Today I wanted to add more details to that video. (If you didn’t know, I do make the videos on my personal profile public, so you’re able to follow me and see it!)….

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Southern Fried Nutrition |

November 1, 2016

Am I the only one who suffers from some powerful sweet cravings sometimes? That’s a rhetorical question. I KNOW I’m not alone in that!  This time of year, it can be even harder because there’s soooo much that can creep into our house. Halloween starts the unofficial “season of sugar”…

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Well Diva Lifestyle |

November 1, 2016

Last weekend my mini me and I had the pleasure of venturing out to wine country for a photo shoot. She was the photographer, I was the subject. IâEUR(TM)m trying to help her develop a skill that will pay her, as she has developed a somewhat expensive palate for new clothes. We headed out early…

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Nutrition Unplugged |

November 1, 2016

Sandwiched between sessions on reducing cardiovascular disease risk, boosting brain health and treating childhood obesity at the recent Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Boston, was a different type of presentation about the harms of taking healthy eating to an extreme âEUR” and the…

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Living Upp |

November 1, 2016

When it comes to protecting your plate from food-borne illnesses, Mary Angela Miller is the authority. I first met her back in the early 2000’s, when I was just beginning my career in dietetics. Suffice it to say that she’s one of those people you can’t help but remember. Her enthusiasm…

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Chews Mindfully |

November 1, 2016

Although it’s November 1st, I’m writing this post wearing shorts and a tank top and my face is slightly sunburned from a 30 minute run I did earlier today. Autumn where are you?! I love the mild winters that living…

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Susan Weiner Nutrition |

November 1, 2016

ItâEUR(TM)s officially November 1st! Halloween is over and behind us and the holidays are only a few short weeks away. However, the change in the calendar also represents a transition into a month where those of us involved in the diabetes community try to spread awareness and advocate on behalf…

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Foods With Judes: Simple Savory Solutions |

November 1, 2016

Okay, Halloween is over. Now it’s time to get rid of the candy and move on to healthier options. Even with Thanksgiving around the corner, you can make healthier choices without being on a âEURoedietâEUR! For the biggest impact on your waistline and your health, focus on eating less…

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Global Dietitians |

November 1, 2016

En EspañolCan you imagine 10400+ food and nutrition experts getting together to learn, network and (why not) have fun in the city of Boston? I was thrilled to be present at the world largest dietitians’ conference with colleagues from the US and from all over the globe. Of course it was hard…

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ecoRDN |

November 1, 2016

Acorn Squash & Ginger soup packs a punch of flavor and potassium! If you think you’re tough enough, go all in and put your face into the heart of Autumn, like a BOSS!

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Nutrition Awareness |

November 1, 2016

Sometimes you just need a little protein on the go, especially if you follow a vegan or plant-based lifestyle. With new vegan protein bars and shakes popping up everywhere, how do you know which ones are no better than a Snickers bar and which will keep you fueled for the next few hours?…

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HealthyEating |

November 1, 2016

Celebrate the biggest family meal holiday of the year all month long with healthy Thanksgiving recipes and ideas for leftovers.          

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The Grateful Grazer |

November 1, 2016

I’ve been thinking about making dark chocolate popcorn for some time now.  My husband and I have come up with some pretty delicious savory popcorn creations but I always have trouble convincing him to take the sweet route.  At least that’s the case beforehand. Because,…

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This RD Eats |

November 1, 2016

We have all heard of Thanksgiving, but Friendsgiving is the new kid in town. A traditional Thanksgiving meal, except with friends, this meal is traditionally served the weekend before or after Turkey Day. Whether you are a Friendsgiving newbie, or … Continue reading ->

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Goodness Gracious Living |

November 1, 2016

Ask yourself this question: Is your body image holding you back from life? Not sure?  Then ask yourself these questions: Have you ever avoided going to the beach or pool because you just didn’t want to be seen in a… Continue reading ->The post How to Stop Your Body Image From Holding You…

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ChampagneNutritoin |

November 1, 2016

Welcome to November! It is 100% cold, wet and incredibly rainy here in Seattle. When I got out of the car today to walk to train with my three “Monday” bags (work, gym, lunch), I thought: do I really have 5 more months of this ahead? That’s ok though – we all have to find […]The post…

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French Fries To Flax Seeds |

November 1, 2016

Hello fabulous blog readers! I know itâEUR(TM)s been far too long, but IâEUR(TM)ve been working on a project that I am so excited to share with you today! I present to youâEUR¦Evergreen Eats! Yes boys and girls, I have decided itâEUR(TM)s time to move from my home for the last 8+ years on the…

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Tovita Nutrition |

November 1, 2016

While cauliflower rice has taken the spotlight for quite awhile now, it’s looking like it might be time to share the stage with it’s cousin, Broccoli! That’s right, broccoli rice is officially a thing!! This recipe for crispy broccoli rice is super simple and requires just 5 ingredients, 4 of…

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Inside Karen’s Kitchen |

November 1, 2016

Where have you been all my life?  I’ve tasted a lot of different kinds of pancakes and love them all but I’ve never thought about eating carrot cake as a pancake?  Or is it the other way around?  Either way these pancakes are…

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City Girl Bites |

November 1, 2016

If youâEUR(TM)re on a low carb diet, you probably cringe when you hear the word snack. Most snacks are loaded with carbs âEUR” not exactly ideal if you have diabetes, prediabetes, PCOS or are just trying to follow a low carb…

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Nourish Blog |

November 1, 2016

Weight is one of the trickiest issues to navigate as a teen. And as a parent, it can be hard to know what to say to your daughter if you are worried about her weight. Believe it or not, the best thing you can say about your child’s weight, according to reserach, is absolutely nothing. […]

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Stacey Schulman Nutrition |

November 1, 2016

App of the Month: FoodKeeper âEURoeAre these left overs still good?âEUR ThereâEUR(TM)s an app for that             The FoodKeeper App was developed by the USDAâEUR(TM)s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) in partnership with Cornell University and the Food Marketing Institute….

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Food, Pleasure, and Health |

November 1, 2016

I can’t believe it’s November already! It’s going to be a busy month for me in between traveling, finishing up school work, and getting ready for the holidays. In Fort Worth though, there is always something fun to do. I hope you enjoy Fort Worth Food and Fitness Events in November….

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Eat Good 4 Life |

November 1, 2016

In Spain, which is where I come from, croquettes are very popular as a tapa dish especially around the holidays. Croquettes are normally made in Spain with a base of flour and milk, however, today I decided to make these potato croquettes using boiled potatoes for the base. Typically, around…

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RD Bytes |

November 1, 2016

Roast cranberries  to add color and health benefits to a variety of good for you foods including Greek  yogurt and oatmeal. Disclosure: I was asked to participate in the Cranberry Marketing Committee’s  #CookwithCranberries campaign as a member of the Healthy Aperture … Continue…

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Marci RD Nutrition Consulting |

October 31, 2016

How often have you heard someone say âEURoeOh, thatâEUR(TM)s only 250 calories, itâEUR(TM)s not so bad.âEUR IâEUR(TM)ve heard it A LOT and it really gets on my nerves. What if a calorie total wasnâEUR(TM)t good or bad? What if we could strip all the morality out of how many calories we…

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The Pocket RD |

October 31, 2016

Gather âEUR~round the campfire childrenâEUR¦and donâEUR(TM)t forget your teddy bears. YouâEUR(TM)ll need them after the stories youâEUR(TM)re about to hear tonight. The Pocket RD has some dark tales to tell, tales that will make you shiver in your boots and cower under your blankets. These…

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Living Plate Thrive 75 |

October 31, 2016

If you ask the average American how much weight they will gain over the holiday season, from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, the response is usually 5-10 pounds.   According to studies from the New England Journal of Medicine, that estimate is about right. Additionally, while some…

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A blog that promotes good food (full of nutrients) as the route to good health |

October 31, 2016

Developing and maintaining good health need not be difficult. Take steps to achieve these goals that will be the basis of a healthy eating plan and pave the way to better health in the long term. Overall, the goal is to have a healthy lifestyle all year which is so much better…

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Fit Nutrition 4 Life |

October 31, 2016

Is sugar the root of all evil? 80% of food in U.S. grocery stores contain added sugar. This âEURoehidden sugarâEUR found in processed foods adds up quickly and increases the glycemic index, a measure of how quickly food raises blood sugar. Higher glycemic foods increase body fat and central…

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Nutrition to Kitchen |

October 31, 2016

Watch: How to make Apple Pie Breakfast Cookies Apple Pie Breakfast Cookies with oatmeal, applesauce, nuts and spices really remind me of apple pie! These healthy apple oatmeal cookies are one delicious, yet healthy way to eat dessert for breakfast. They are gluten free, refined sugar free,…

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Eat Right Mama |

October 31, 2016

When you’re thinking about getting pregnant, you need to think about a healthy lifestyle for both you and your partner. Here are three reasons why. A healthier lifestyle improves your fertility. If you adopt a healthy lifestyle now, you can continue it once pregnancy is underway. A guy…

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Your Choice Nutrition by Dietitian Brittany |

October 31, 2016

These Chocolate Banana Nut Energy Bites are the perfect snack for after school, post-workout or as an afternoon pick-me-up. Only 80 calories per bite! Vegan and gluten-free. Energy Bites.  I have seen many a variety of these floating around Pinterest for a while now.  I have been wanting…

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Back To The Book Nutrition |

October 31, 2016

My top 3 shortcuts for making beef bone broth at home, plus a video recipe tutorial!  Unless youâEUR(TM)ve been living under a rock, you probably know that bone broth is one of the hottest healthy food trends of late, touted for its gut healing benefits.* Bone broth âEUR” like butter,…

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Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness |

October 31, 2016

[…]The post 7 Ways to Cut Back on Sugar appeared first on Alissa Rumsey Nutrition | New York City Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

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Healthy Home Cafe |

October 31, 2016

The recipe for these cupcakes originally came from Jamie OliverâEUR(TM)s television show âEUR~Jamie at HomeâEUR(TM) They looked so yummy and easy I just had to try making them (I especially liked that[…]

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SOL Nutrition |

October 31, 2016

“Every one of us already has the seed of mindfulness. The practice is to cultivate it” – Thich Nhat Hanh We often talk about mindfulness as “being present” and paying attention to the moment. This is essentially true. However, it’s… Continue reading ->The post 3 steps to becoming a “wise”…

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Make Healthy Easy |

October 30, 2016

Fashion…duh duh duh. It’s not my best skill and it actually feels pretty daunting sometimes. I’d be totally happy with wearing either workout clothes or jeans every day. This past year I decided to give Stitch Fix a chance to help me out and I’m so glad I did. Here’s my official Stitch…

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Eat Chic Chicago |

October 30, 2016

Happy Halloween! If all of the sugary candy and treats this season scare you, try one of these creative healthy Halloween foods instead! Be sure to check out our tips for How to Have a Healthy Halloween and avoid cavities and weight gain throughout during this fun holiday. Halloween Yogurt Bark…

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Jennifer Brown Wellness |

October 30, 2016

I find vitamin D fascinating. It is classified as a vitamin and present in small amounts in a few foods. But vitamin D is a hormone that is produced by our own skin with exposure to the sun. Living in Phoenix, you would think it would be no problem to make enough vitamin D. ButThe post Vitamin…

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The Crowded Table |

October 30, 2016

This mix has whole grain chex mixed with nuts, pretzels, and candy corn and topped with a peanut butter sauce.  It makes for the perfect fall treat! I love making snack foods, and chex mix is one of our favorites!  My kids go crazy for this mix, and it can easily be adapted to your…Read…

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Corinne Dobbas |

October 30, 2016

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RDN Mama |

October 30, 2016

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Libby’s Fit Nutrition |

October 30, 2016

I am doing some personal research:Has a doctor or other health professional (no names please) ever said something to you (while you were in your eating disorder) that was triggering, or made it sound like they did not believe you had a problem? Example: said your weight/BMI was fine, when you…

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Budget For Health |

October 30, 2016

Quarterly Budget Review: July – SeptemberEach quarter I share a quarterly budget review of our spending so you can see the breakdown of how we allocate our money. ItâEUR(TM)s also great accountability for me and helps Dave and I to see how we are stewarding our finances. Budget Review: July…

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www.KidneyGrub.com |

October 29, 2016

Halloween is not quite here, but November is creeping upon us (which means another month and another board!).  I usually use a handout about foods to enjoy on Thanksgiving with this board.  I always initiate any conversation around the holidays by asking about favorite/special foods…

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Stirlist |

October 29, 2016

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A Little Nutrition Meal Planning Inspiration & Health Eating Blog |

October 29, 2016

I found a new blog that I am in love with: thesimpleveganista.blogspot.ca I’m not vegan, but I absolutely love her recipe list. This is a great website to look for recipe ideas for “Meatless Monday’s” or if you just want to reduce the amount of meat you are eating. The original recipe to my…

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the Green Dietitian |

October 29, 2016

How awesome is it that it’s the weekend? I’m so happy to take it slow this Saturday morning with some Yogi Tea and calm music. This smoothie. It kind of rocks. So creamy, so chocolatey, so decadent. It tastes like an unhealthy milkshake but it’s really just filled with the good stuff….

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MSGdish |

October 28, 2016

We hope our readers donâEUR(TM)t mind another blog about chicken! Chicken has become the most consumed meat in the U.S., so the odds are that many of you enjoy it quite often. ItâEUR(TM)s a versatile and affordable source of protein and can be prepared in a multitude of ways; from fried, baked…

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Feeding With Flair |

October 28, 2016

These pumpkin oat muffins are a delicious treat just in time for Halloween, though your family may be asking for them year round!  The chocolate chip version will be sure to satisfy your sweet tooth, while the pumpkin seed version will give you a quick and easy start to your day. Muffins are…

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Healthy Ideas Place |

October 28, 2016

Disclaimer: I received free samples of the Kura Protein Powder mentioned in my post above. I was not otherwise compensated for my time. I am, however, submitting this recipe in a contest sponsored by Kura and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. As always, all opinions are my…

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Gulity as Charged |

October 27, 2016

Sweet, sour, crunchy, smooth, salty, whatever your sweet tooth you can now find it in stores everywhere! Halloween is almost here and you can find candy far and wide. IâEUR(TM)m always preaching to my athletes how candy is nothing but empty calories and those calories DO NOT contribute to…

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Nutrition-In-Sight Blog |

October 27, 2016

You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy the spooky spectacle that is Halloween! But if you’re concerned about going overboard with the treats this year, have no fear!    While snacking on Halloween […]The post Treat Yourself to a Healthier Halloween appeared first on Monique Richard, MS,…

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Sarah Remmer’s Nutrition Blog |

October 27, 2016

As much as you feel the need to play “treat police” this Halloween, try not to. It’s no fun for you as the parent, and it takes the joy out of Halloween for your kids. Instead, take advantage of this fun holiday by using it…

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Nutrition by Ashley |

October 27, 2016

These Chocolate Hazelnut Witches’ Fingers are a spin on the traditional energy ball and are made with dates, hazelnuts and cocoa powder. Proving that Halloween treats don’t have to give you a sugar rush! Who said Halloween had to be all about processed candy corn and chocolate in little…

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A Market Basket of Nutrition Services |

October 27, 2016

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First Step Nutrition |

October 27, 2016

Check out my Facebook Live video, or read on below: My kids canâEUR(TM)t WAIT for Halloween. How much fun is it to dress up and go door-to-door for a free candy-overload!? I too remember the excitement of going from house to house, hoping for as many full-sized…

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True Love Health |

October 26, 2016

This Saturday at the 2nd annual (free!) SoCal Vegfest I will be on an athlete panel, giving a talk on how you don’t need expensive/exotic foods to be vegan and healthy, and I’ll have a booth selling books and Strongest … Continue reading ->

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Veg Girl RD |

October 26, 2016

This blog includes plenty of product reviews. They’re one of my favorite types of posts to write, and according to my analytics, one of your favorites to read. So we should both be feeling pretty chipper about what’s in store for… Continue reading ->The post Nature Box Snacks: A…

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Eat to Compete |

October 26, 2016

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fresh-you |

October 26, 2016

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go green get lean |

October 25, 2016

âEURoeThe Purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.âEUR -Ralph Waldo Emerson. If Elon Musk is in a race to Mars, Esca Bona is in the race to hack the Good Food ? The…

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Eat Globally |

October 25, 2016

Guinness Storehouse Back in August, we took a very short weekend break to Dublin with my husband’s mother, who was visiting us in London. Among the highlights of our trip were a cozy neighbourhood restaurant with a hipster vibe; a second charming local restaurant, where everything was homemade…

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The Nutrition Experts |

October 25, 2016

We love to try new foods. Some are great. Some donâEUR(TM)t measure up and some become staples in our kitchen. See what you think. Apples and autumn go hand-in-hand so it is not surprising that new to the market are two apple inspired products. WelchâEUR(TM)s Apple Orchard Medley Fruit Snacks is…

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Nutrition on the Double |

October 25, 2016

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Seeing pink? IâEUR(TM)m sure youâEUR(TM)ve noticed that pink is everywhere this monthâEUR” the potato chips bags, Facebook profile pictures and even on the football fields.  Companies and charities are donning pink ribbons to increase awareness…

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Food Matters 365 |

October 25, 2016

MS, Diet And Research. Not all research will provide sweeping and definitive information. Most will offer a single piece of a complicated puzzle. The post MS, Diet And Research; One Piece Of The…[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

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Sue’s Nutrition Buzz |

October 24, 2016

  Coconut banana bread  with more fruit and nuts than flour. The aroma is filling my home. It’s Sunday night  and I am baking my usual ” healthy” breakfast muffin or bread for my husband and child to grab and go en route to work and school. My ritual most Sunday evenings except this…

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Kristyn the Dietitian |

October 24, 2016

Increasing your fiber intake has many benefits including improved blood sugars, lowered cholesterol, promotion of regular bowel movements, increased satiety (feeling full after eating) which may decrease total calorie intake, decreased risk of diverticular disease and possible decreased risk…

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the Gluten free Italian |

October 24, 2016

I started this website almost 5 years ago. At that time, it seemed like no one had really even heard of FODMAPs. I had been in the world of nutrition for 9 years at that point and hadn’t learned of the diet through my normal channels (school, continuing education, colleagues, online)….

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Frances Arnold |

October 23, 2016

Halloween was the standard American sugar binge affair when I grew up. Back then, I couldn’t connect the dots between my sugar binges and mood swings, lethargy and blood sugar crashes. Of course I gobbed on countless pounds of candy. And my inner zombie tromped along in full force….

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Daily Dose Dietitian |

October 23, 2016

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Brightonyourhealth |

October 23, 2016

BrightonYourHealth – Serving You Health Tips | one.bite.at.a.time.This recipe for protein power bowl blends tofu,sesame seeds and quinoa. It’s the perfect high on taste look that will please your favorite vegetarian.South America Meets China: Tofu, Quinoa, Spinach Protein Power Bowl

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Simply Nutricising |

October 23, 2016

I am sure I sound like a broken record by saying “you should eat breakfast everyday no matter the circumstances”, but for some reason I still see athletes, who are not eating breakfast! Why is breakfast Egg-SSENTIAL to an athlete’s performance?   FOOD IS FUEL An…

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Weiler Nutrition News |

October 23, 2016

I love making this hardy soup on a weekend afternoon when it can simmer for over an hour. It makes a terrific meal and is great for lunches or a 2nd meal during the week. The health boost comes from … Continue reading ->

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Juggling with Julia |

October 23, 2016

Crispy leaves underfoot, cool sunny days, and soccer, soccer, soccer? That can only mean one thing – autumn is in full swing, and Halloween isn’t far away! Pumpkin Monster Bars embrace everything I love about this time of year, like cozy evenings, my favorite sweatshirt, baking, and all…

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Supermarket Nutrition |

October 22, 2016

Fall is here and in full force in the food world! I love all the flavors fall has to offer, so I decided to put them in one bowl! The Recipe Redux theme this month is Plant Power Bowls. Getting your carbs, protein, and fat all in one bowl makes life a lot easier. Eating […]

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TheDishRD |

October 22, 2016

As we head closer to winter, we start to think about flu season and sicknesses that tend to appear in the colder months. So how do we keep our immune system strong to fight these germs?? Minimize our risks from free radicals! Free radicals are unpaired electrons that are capable of damaging…

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Anitamirchandani.com |

October 21, 2016

I was recently inspired to make some “wheat-free” recipes, and this is for two reasons.  First, we’re traveling to India and parking ourselves there and within India, coconut is quite popular – as an oil, as a flour, as an Ayurvedic remedy. Secondly, I would love to build some non-gluten…

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Kelly’s Pantry |

October 21, 2016

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Carissa Bealert |

October 21, 2016

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Discover Good Nutrition |

October 21, 2016

Dry or dehydrated skin on the hands can make them look older and feel uncomfortable. However, there are a number of things you can do to help make them smoother. When your skin gets dry or dehydrated, it not only looks different, it feels different, too. Fine lines and wrinkles may be more…

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YES! Nutrition |

October 21, 2016

Fall is HERE and that means pumpkin is in the air! Mmmmmm.Pumpkin is a healthy superfood in it’s own right – it’s full of vitamin A and fiber.  Plus, it’s delicious and works wonderfully when mixed into morning favorites like oatmeal, yogurt, and chia pudding.But if you’re waffling over…

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Be Well |

October 21, 2016

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What’s for eats? |

October 21, 2016

Buddha Bowls, Abundance Bowls, Vegan Bowls, Acai Bowls, Smoothie Bowls. Arranging stuff in a bowl is THE way to eat at the moment. So it was only a matter of time before there was a Recipe ReDux challenge around âEUR~bowlsâEUR(TM) right?! The theme for this month is Plant Protein Power Bowls….

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Real Food For Fuel |

October 21, 2016

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In Wealth and Health |

October 21, 2016

When fall comes around, I get giddy when it comes to cooking. Don’t get me wrong, I love fresh summer foods, but when cooler weather and shorter days are around the corner, cooking is just is so fun! Fall is my absolute favorite time for trying out new recipes. The hubbs and I recently went…

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The Happiness in Health |

October 20, 2016

Here’s a problem for you, my dear reader. The definition of Power is the rate at which Work is done-to wit, P = W/t (thank you, physics degree!) Work is measured by the displacement of an object by a Force (no, not THAT Force. People.) For example, you might pull the leash of an excitable…

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The Food Sommelier Podcast |

October 20, 2016

In this tasty episode of The Food Sommelier Podcast, I interview Arthur von Wiesenberger about his knowledge, experience, and passion for bottled water.The post Episode 045: The Wonderful World of Water w/ Arthur von Wiesenberger appeared first on Food Sommelier.

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Happy, Healthy Life |

October 20, 2016

This past week 10,000 or so of the nation’s leading food and nutrition experts gathered in Boston to celebrate the 2016 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo. ItâEUR(TM)s a four day event that consists of learning, connecting and celebrating food and nutrition. I love FNCE because I get to…

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Nutrition Instincts |

October 20, 2016

  Batch cooking is a great way to stock up on healthy meals, especially if you have a hectic lifestyle or are short on time to prepare meals on a daily basis. By making sure to prepare and store your meals up to a week in advance, you can save on time, ensure you prepare […]The post 3 Super…

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Nutritional Medicine |

October 20, 2016

With a name like the Mushroom of Immortality, who could resist taking this traditional herbal remedy whose medicinal use spans over 2000 years. Known as Reishi in Japan, and ling zhi in China, its name roughly translates as ‘soul mushroom’ or ‘spiritual plant’. Ling zhi featured in the…

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Deliciousdietitianduo |

October 20, 2016

“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”! Never have these words been more true than in my first 10 weeks of life with my brand new amazing baby boy. Food has always been a top priority of mine. Cooking it, eating it, thinking about it, learning about it, talking about it, meal planning….it…

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Whole Health Nutrition VT |

October 20, 2016

Kale Breakfast Bowl Ingredients Kale Mad river grain roll Fage Total Greek yogurt Farro, Buckwheat, Quinoa Almonds Blueberries Roasted pumpkin seeds, flaxseed, hemp hearts, chia seed Lemon Juice Olive oil Salt Kale Breakfast Bowl Ingredients Kale Mad river grain roll Fage Total Greek yogurt…

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Jessica Spiro Nutrition |

October 19, 2016

Disclosure: My TV segment airing October 20th was sponsored in part by Eggland’s Best. As always, I only work with brands that align with my nutrition philosophy. Didn’t catch my San Diego 6 segment featuring these Greek Salmon Burgers? Check it out by clicking here! Salmon and eggs are two…

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UK Kids Nutrition |

October 19, 2016

Did you know that it was World Food Day on Sunday 16th October?  In support of this day, I wrote an article for Great Ormond Street Hospital on why you should include plant based proteins in your family’s diet.  You will find the full article published here “Specialist Paediatric…

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Performance nutrition |

October 19, 2016

Nutrition claims are confusing. How do you know if you should pay more for a carton of eggs or package of meat based on a claim on the package? Is it legit, or made up by a marketing team to make their food stand out from competitive products on grocery store shelves? This post will……

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Chow and Chatter |

October 18, 2016

A while back I was asked if I wanted to be featured in the documentary of Registered Dietitians Nutritionists they feature at the beginning of FNCE (The Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo) I was so humbled and truly touched to be one of the featured Dietitians. In August a film crew came…

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Nutrition Solutions Inc |

October 18, 2016

I made this wonderful side dish for Thanksgiving dinner this year! It’s one of my all-time favourite recipes from Lucy Waverman’s cookbook Dinner Tonight. Barley contains a unique fibre called beta-glucan. This type of fibre …

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Dietitian Abroad |

October 18, 2016

When I began this experiment I knew I wanted to track my diet to get an idea of how eating vegan impacted my nutrient intake.  As mentioned in my first post veganism has a few potential dietary concerns including low protein and calcium intakes.  To analyze my diet I used the My Fitness…

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Less Sugar, More Spice |

October 18, 2016

It is finally pumpkin spice season, although if you ask me that is any time of year. I do pumpkin all year long, it’s so great for vitamin A. But since the rest of the country/northern hemisphere does pumpkin in fall – September/October is the acceptable time to roll out the pumpkin spice. …

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Cheering for Nutrition |

October 18, 2016

It’s that time of the year again – National Nutrition Week is running all week from 16-22 October 2016. People who have been following my blog over the years know that I always get involved with this event! This year’s theme is ‘Try for 5’…. 5 serves of vegetables, that is. The…

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Dr. Janet Brill – Eat Healthy. Exercise. Live Better. |

October 18, 2016

Leg pain and swelling are two common signs of deep vein thrombosis. This sometimes painful condition typically occurs when a clot forms in a vein that is deep within the body. It can happen in any body part, but most …

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Eighty Twenty |

October 17, 2016

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Kinder Nutrition |

October 17, 2016

Fall harvest is over and the winter squash can be seen everywhere you go. IâEUR(TM)ve recently picked up a few new winter squash that I donâEUR(TM)t normally used from the farm stand and really enjoyed this lesser used Delicata Squash.  I later learned that they often called it sweet potato…

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Nicole Geurin, MPH, RD |

October 17, 2016

I originally wrote this post for ASDAH’s Health at Every Size® Blog. Earlier this year, I helped to plan and host an event: Health at Every Size®: LIVE! A morning of joyful movement and interactive presentations. The goals of the event … Continue reading ->

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Your Wellness Dietitian |

October 16, 2016

It’s exciting when summer comes around, but my favorite season is still fall. It’s the time to stay home and be cozy and cook. It’s time for warm comfort foods and baking with seasonal squashes and fruits. There are local apple tastings to go to and try ciders, paint pumpkins and buy more…

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The Little Jogger |

October 14, 2016

I completed the Chicago Marathon on October 9th, and it was every bit as exhilarating, emotional, and miserable (in certain parts) that I imagined.  I haven’t talked about the training at all this summer, but it kept me busy from June until October. I trained with a fantastically fun…

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Shift Nutrition |

October 13, 2016

We talk about fibre all the time, but I don’t think we emphasize enough how important it is to manage […]The post What’s the beef about fibre? appeared first on .

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Little Red Nutrition |

October 13, 2016

âEURoeThrowback Thursday reminds me of when I only had to take one type of medication.” -someEcards There have been areas in the United States where fruits and vegetables have been prescribed by doctors. Patients can fill these prescriptions at participating grocery stores, eliminating the…

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Pie Hole Blogger |

October 12, 2016

The “gluten-free” craze of “superfoods” continues to rear its ugly head. But there’s a relatively new player in the medical world, and that’s “gluten intolerance” or “non-celiac gluten sensitivity” (NCGS). It’s a mouthful to be sure, but what is it? The number of people following a…

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Food Sensitivity Solutions(TM) |

October 12, 2016

Sometimes I’m not sure if I’m even reading English these days when I flip over the back of food labels and read the ingredients list. Food additives like guar gum, carrageenan, natural flavors, and soy lecithin, are EVERYWHERE. Let me give you the 101 on food additives so you can be a more…

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Elevate with Katie |

October 11, 2016

On my last trip to Trader Joe’s, I was searching for the cold brew coffee concentrate when I overheard a woman ask one of the employees if the store carried LaCroix. She replied, âEURoeNo, but we do have sparkling water in different flavors.âEUR To which the customer responded, “Oh no,…

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Balancing Life Wtih Nutrition |

October 11, 2016

I get asked questions all the time about doing a detox. People think that by eliminating certain foods, throwing in some green drinks, fasting and of course popping a bunch of vitamins for 3-4 days, that this will magically clean up all the damage we do to ourselves on almost a daily basis….

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Dianne Rishikof, Nutrition |

October 11, 2016

Glutamine is a nutrient that is involved in numerous biochemical processes that impact our immune system, muscles, digestion and other GI processes. Glutamine is an amino acid, a building block of protein, naturally found in food and in the body. Extreme exercise, infection, surgery, and trauma…

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Beautifully Nutty |

October 11, 2016

Not long after I wrote the last post announcing my pregnancy, we had a big surprise! Benjamin Thomas was born on September 24th, 2016 at 11:41 am. He decided 36 weeks was a long enough wait and he just had … Continue reading ->The post A Beautiful Surprise! appeared first on Beautifully…

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Whole Green WEllness |

October 10, 2016

Even though temperatures continue to rise and fall, autumn is here and the leaves are starting to turn! I officially entered the autumn culinary season with a batch of soup in the slow cooker and a dozen whole-grain pumpkin muffins. Not to mention IâEUR(TM)ve been eating apples every day for two…

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Wholesome Simplicity |

October 10, 2016

If you’re going to enjoy a treat of a cookie, go all the way.

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My Healthy Bites |

October 10, 2016

Roasted Vegetable Chicken Noodle Soup The weather report is calling for a cool, rainy fall weekend in northern New York. So what better to do than make homemade chicken noodle soup, and cozy up with a good book by the fireplace (we don’t have a fireplace… maybe some day). Chicken Noodle Soup…

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With a Side of Sneakers |

October 10, 2016

5 ways to use an Instant Pot for speeding up meal prep, plus 7 gluten-free, dairy-free Instant Pot recipes to try. Have you hopped on the Instant Pot bandwagon yet? I donâEUR(TM)t know when this became the latest cooking craze, but it seems to be popping up everywhere….

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Dietitian without Borders |

October 10, 2016

With a little added caffeine kick, these wholesome mocha energy balls have been keeping me energised lately on my bike rides. I personally find that homemade energy balls (or bars) are so much more satisfying than commercially available ones. I often pop a few into my jersey pocket when training…

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Lemon Pantry |

October 9, 2016

If you donâEUR(TM)t know what Blue Apron is, itâEUR(TM)s a box subscription service that provides ingredients and recipes to make delicious meals at home.  The box comes right to your door with exact amounts of ingredients so cooking new recipes is fun and easy.  I did have a coupon code so…

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The Healthy Fit Foodie |

October 9, 2016

Chocolate + Chocolate + Chocolate= deliciousness. Protein Brownie Bites. The best guilt free brownies that are healthy!  Whoa! Stella and I survived hurricane Matthew! I didn’t get any damage to the house, but the fence and my shed had some minimal damage. I am very fortunate because it…

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The Foodie RD |

October 9, 2016

It’s fall season, which means time for pumpkin, root vegetables, and of course, …

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A Spoon Full of Yum |

October 9, 2016

We commenced our third year of Thomson Academy this August and are enjoying all of our new books! After a laid back approach to learning this summer, we were ready to jump in to a more formal phase of education.  It seems, for many people whom I meet, that the beginning of the school…

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Dietetically Speaking |

October 9, 2016

I have recently had some experience working with patients with eating disorders which has opened my eyes to just how challenging, and in some cases devastating this condition can be. So I was glad when Michelle Peterson from RecoveryPride.org got… Continue Reading ->

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The Portion Teller |

October 8, 2016

Below is my blog post for Huffington Post: FDA wants to know what you consider a ‘healthy” food product. You can also read it HERE.   What do you consider a healthy food product? As a nutritionist, what comes to my mind are whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, beans, and fish. Few…

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Dishin’ It Out |

October 7, 2016

In my last post, I mentioned it was important to make talking about eating healthy fun.  I know, that’s not the easiest task, but here is a list of 15 books for various age groups that will be great conversation starters and can make talking about healthy eating less of a chore (for the…

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Food from the Garden |

October 6, 2016

 If you thought the title referred to your opinions, think again. The more correct question should be whatâEUR(TM)s on your MIND Diet? ThatâEUR(TM)s right. Although the diet has been around for a few years, we donâEUR(TM)t hear much about it. But maybe we should. Rush University Medical…

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Kristie Finnan, RDN, LDN, a fresh perspective on food. |

October 6, 2016

If you are suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, you might be starting to feel like there is no way out. The good news? There is! By avoiding high FODMAP foods, you will be able to relieve your symptoms fairly quick if you follow the diet. What are FODMAPs? FODMAP stands for…

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Eat Right Bucks |

October 6, 2016

If you are suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome, you might be starting to feel like there is no way out. The good news? There is! By avoiding high FODMAP foods, you will be able to relieve your symptoms fairly quick if you follow the diet. What are FODMAPs? FODMAP stands for Fermentable…

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The Conscious Dietitian |

October 5, 2016

This week I am doing the Welfare Challenge which aims to bring awareness to the inadequacy of welfare rates in BC. Here in our beautiful province a person on welfare receives only $610 per month. When basic accommodation, phone and personal hygine are accounted for this leaves only $18 per week,…

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Nurse&Nourish |

October 4, 2016

The Fit Feedies Community is a BRAND NEW support group for breastfeeding moms who are working on their fitness! Whether your goal is to lose a few pounds, fit back into the jeans you wore 5 years ago or get into the BEST SHAPE OF YOUR LIFE – motivation is key! Let us motivate you!

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Vive Nutrition |

October 4, 2016

Not sure how this holiday started, but I love tacos and let’s face it who doesn’t? If you don’t believe me, apparently just last year Americans ate over 4.5 million tacos (Guess the source: Nationaltacoday.com). If this were true, that would equal 490,000 miles of tacos, or 775-million pounds…

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Weekly Bite |

October 3, 2016

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EnlightenU Nutrition Consulting |

October 3, 2016

Labeling food as good/bad or healthy/unhealthy is an example of a food rule. Food rules have seemingly become âEURoenormalizedâEUR in our culture as being helpful.  They are often suggested for dieters to use because they provide âEURoelimitsâEUR that often help … Continue reading…

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Nutrition & Exercise Smoothie |

October 2, 2016

More Benefits of Greek Yogurt!  All of you should know by now, how much I love Chobani Greek Yogurt. I use it in my protein shakes, in desserts, dips, and for breakfast & snacks. I even wrote a whole blog post on it here. So … Read More

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Nutrition Minute |

October 2, 2016

Quite the great debate! No, not the presidential one, the value of salad debate. Always healthy? A good meal? Like practically any food, we can start out with healthy ingredients but end up with a not-so-healthy dish. Salads are no different. If your salad is loaded with fatty meats, salty…

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Smart Bytes |

September 30, 2016

Multiple studies now suggest benefits of regular family meals for children and teens. But what does research show about influence of shared meals on adults? And what does this mean for the roughly half of U.S. adults who are single? Over my years in nutrition counseling, IâEUR(TM)ve worked with…

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Nutrition A – Z |

September 30, 2016

With a bucket full of pears in my kitchen, this experiment was a major fluke and the result was pure bliss! I never thought of combining pears and ginger but these muffins ended up being the perfect snack for autumn… Pears are a great fruit to add to your repertoire this autumn and I’ve…

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Food News & Reviews |

September 29, 2016

Last week, 28,000 attendees converged at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland to attend New Hope NetworkâEUR(TM)s Natural Products Expo East. During its 31st year, the event hosted more than 1450 brands including 450 first-time exhibitors. The U.S. natural & organic food…

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Bite In2 Life |

September 29, 2016

I know that I’m a sporadic blogger at the best of times, as although writing is important to me, too often I put other priorities before it. However if I’m completely honest, it has never been a matter of not having having enough time. More often than not, I feel as though I simply do not have…

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Happy Healthy RD |

September 28, 2016

A few weeks ago we spent the weekend in Detroit.  We love living in Michigan and are working on exploring the whole state.  Detroit usually doesn’t come to mind as a city for a weekend vacay but I keep hearing about cool things that are happening in the city and wanted to see it for…

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Interstitial Cystitis Diet: Confident Choices |

September 28, 2016

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Simplicious Food |

September 27, 2016

These energy balls are a perfect healthy afternoon pick-me-up or an energizing pre-workout snack. Store them in the freezer until you need them. They are are guaranteed to satisfy your chocolate cravings without any added sugar. Tip: If you have a small, wimpy food processor (like mine)…

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Healing from Scratch |

September 26, 2016

IâEUR(TM)ve been doing a lot of traveling recently, so I thought IâEUR(TM)d share some ideas of how to stay healthy while on the go. My friends always laugh and call me the Snack Queen. So as this alleged Snack Queen, it’s only fitting that I write a post on it to share my secrets to staying…

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Flat Out & Still Fabulous |

September 26, 2016

Working within the health and wellness space, one of my main roles is to inspire and empower an individual to become their best. Whether it’s through making healthy food choices or implementing a new fitness regimen, I love providing practical suggestions so that an individual can show…

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East End Nutrition |

September 25, 2016

What a great use of one of the vegetables that is in abundance each fall! A curry with chickpeas and chicken: Healthy Comfort Food. The cauliflower in this dish does its important job of filling you up without adding many calories (a entire medium head of cauliflower has only 147 calories)….

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CrackerJack Nutrition News |

September 22, 2016

“Elizabeth, regular coffee after surgery or decaf for life?   Let’s keep this simple. If you can drink a cup of regular coffee every day without trouble, go for it.   This isn’t my opinion folks and that’s why it’s so magically delicious.   There is a ground-swell movement among…

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Kleiner Nutrition |

September 22, 2016

This weekend, we drove to Charlottesville, VA to visit friends. Along the way, we spotted our first pumpkin patch of the year. The trees are still green, and the weather is still [really] warm. Regardless, there they were… glorious orange pumpkins. Now, it doesn’t take much to […]The…

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Dish and Delite |

September 22, 2016

For this month’s Recipe ReDux we are stirring up some of our earliest culinary memories and sharing our First Cooking Recollections: Did you stand at your grandmotherâEUR(TM)s elbow to learn to cook? Or did you learn by stumbling through a cookbook by yourself? Share a healthy recipe and…

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Dietitian Drive |

September 21, 2016

We have always had the answers to good health right in front of us, we just had to learn for ourselves and come back to cooking meals in the kitchen and eating whole foods at a table! Continue reading ->

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Sanford Sports Nutrition Blog |

September 20, 2016

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Appetite for Life: Secrets of a Dietitian |

September 19, 2016

Original Price: $12.26 for 2 packages of skillet meals         I paid: $3.13 for 2 packages skillet meals Bird’s Eye Voila! Skillet Meals: $6.13 BOGO + two $1.50 off 1 newspaper coupons That’s only $1.57 for each package which has 2.5-3 servings each making it…

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Toner RD |

September 16, 2016

Back to school schedules are new every year, unfamiliar, hectic, and not really settled until the end of September. So if you are a parent, or a collegiate or high school athlete looking to take charge of your eating habits to improve performance, this is your weekend to get on track! Plan…

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Alexia Lewis RD |

September 16, 2016

As your coach, I don’t have your answers; but I can make sure you are empowered with the reality (not the fads!) of nutrition, exercise, and health and I can lead you in a direction that helps you discover your answers. Your best weight may be heavier than all those experts tell you it should…

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Neily on Nutrition |

September 15, 2016

Cola comes with a wide variety of opinions and ideas. Some colas even advocate a more nutritious product, but is it actually healthier? I created a video after noticing a cola advertised “made with pure cane sugar” by 365, the Whole Foods brand. Looking at the label, you see this…

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Nourishing Results |

September 15, 2016

Just as autonomy does not equal monotony, cooking for one doesnâEUR(TM)t have to be boring. In fact, itâEUR(TM)s far from it! ItâEUR(TM)s time to put a different spin on single life in the kitchen. Whether you find yourself alone in the kitchen every night or just on occasion when a roommate or…

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Kelly’s Healthy Kitchen |

September 14, 2016

As the season of free outdoor fitness classes comes to a close, IâEUR(TM)ve been on the hunt for a way to sprinkle in more movement without breaking the bank. IâEUR(TM)ve since learned that Youtube has much more to offer than just hair tutorials and John Oliver segments, and have stumbled down…

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Poppies and Papayas |

September 13, 2016

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Veggies and Cake |

September 13, 2016

Mmm. This soup is warming, hearty, spiced, seasonal, and completely untraditional. “Curry? In butternut soup?” Are you thinking this? (These were my first thoughts to the original recipe!). This is, honestly, the best butternut soup I have ever touched lips with. The curry combination of…

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Inspired RD |

September 13, 2016

I’ve noticed a theme in my blogging over the years. Every few months I talk about trying to find that magical balance between family and work and social media. For years now, my response to the overwhelming anxiety I feel when life is off balance is to shut everything down. No social media….

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nourishednation |

September 11, 2016

Basically, the results show us that you cannot maintain your weight loss by just restricting calories; daily exercise needs to become part of your new, lean lifestyle.

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Webdietitian.wordpress |

September 10, 2016

If you have ever visited or lived in my native Maharashtra, a state on the western coast of India during the Ganesh Chathurti holiday season, then you are no stranger to the enchanting atmosphere that the festival brings forth wherever it … Continue reading ->

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Dietitian Holly |

September 9, 2016

Nutrition Facts About CauliflowerCauliflower contains high amounts of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, manganese and a phytonutrient called glucosinolates. That means cauliflower is an excellent source of antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory benefits. How to Enjoy CauliflowerCauliflower is…

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The Scoop on Nutrition |

September 8, 2016

Hellooo lovelies. It’s been a little while since my last post and I’ve missed you. But I’ve been busy with so many extraordinary new food projects and needed a little break after 6 straight years of blogging every, single, week. One of them is that I am co-writing a book. Yes a very…

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Kristin Willard, RDN |

September 7, 2016

Do you have a celebrity crush? You know, someone famous you think, âEURoeI could totally be friends with them? Or I would love to go get a drink with them one day?âEUR  Come onâEUR¦ I know some of you do! Is it Jennifer Lawrence perhaps? Or maybe Leonardo DiCaprio? What about Emma…

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Dr. Jo – staying healthy, sane, & productive |

September 7, 2016

A healthful breakfast will improve health, weight, and performance. But, what should you have to make sure youâEUR(TM)re not left dragging an hour or two later? PROTEIN First, start off with a good dose of protein. Protein is not just for building muscle mass. About 1-2% of your body breaks down…

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flavorrd |

September 5, 2016

Ropa vieja. Be still, my heart. While I was studying to become a dietitian, I lived in Miami for three years. Moving to Miami can cause some serious culture shock, even for a Florida native, but I have to admit that crazy town has some perks. Some of the best perks were getting to know…

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Love Your Hear |

September 5, 2016

Back to work or school this week? Need some inspiration for what to put in a lunch box for you or someone you love? Here are some great ideas from the British Dietetic Association https://www.bda.uk.com/foodfacts/PackedLunches.pdf

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Nicola’s Nutritious Lifestyle |

September 4, 2016

I have been experimenting with different flours recently, particularly coconut flour. That in conjunction with a large supply of courgettes (organic and home grown, courtesy of mummy Morgan) led to this this scrummy courgette bread recipe.There are many recipes out there; my recipe is a result…

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TheValentineRD |

September 1, 2016

I’ve been a bit MIA on the blog.  I’m fine and the family is fine but there’s no doubt that the demands of life lately have taken a back seat to posting here on the blog.  Today on Facebook, the photo below showed up as the memory from 4 years […]The post The 5 Things I’ve Been…

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Fit to Eat |

September 1, 2016

All of my friends have grandchildren; many grandchildren. They love having their grandkids visit and spend time on the lake, but they all have one complaint. The kids have a hard time putting down their tablets or phones when it is time to eat. Many of my friends don’t want to set strict…

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Nutrition with Nat |

August 31, 2016

I hate politics… a lot and I only believe about 25% of what is reported on the news. What I hate even more are the months before the Presidential election. All the “hot topics”  and “injustices” that become front and center are sometimes such a joke. One that really got me was the great cost…

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For the Love of Food |

August 31, 2016

A simple vegetarian burger can be made by combining cooked lentils with rice and flavorful seasonings, add breadcrumbs and eggs  to make it hold together. Learning to cook with lentils is highly recommended because they are rich in protein and nutrition and they cook faster than other…

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Michelle Dudash |

August 31, 2016

This post was sponsored by my friends at Chobani. Written 100% by me.Whether you love it or hate it, itâEUR(TM)s that time of year againâEUR¦packing your kidsâEUR(TM) lunch. So you need lunch ideas, right?When it comes to packing lunch boxes, I try to streamline things as much as possible,…

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Smart Eating for Kids |

August 29, 2016

Sitting down with your kids for a family meal is great. Until they start to complain. Right? Let’s be honest….The post 21 Easy Ways to Get Your Kid to Stop Complaining at Mealtime appeared first on Smart Eating for Kids.

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Ryan Nutrition Solutions |

August 29, 2016

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Lose Weight with Ruth |

August 27, 2016

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Skinny On Nutrition |

August 27, 2016

Hi there! Looking for more Skinny On Nutrition posts? Please visit my new website Millennial Nutrition! It’s got all the great nutritional information found here with a new emphasis on the millennial generation’s obsession with food. For millennials, food is not just a means of sustenance…

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How about them apples blog |

August 26, 2016

By now you have read or heard about the problems that occurred in Flint, Michigan and the drinking water supply. But for the city and its inhabitants, the tap water is still undrinkable 3 years later. Residents don’t want to … Continue reading ->

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A Dietitian’s Diary |

August 26, 2016

Hunger and satiety, aka fullness, are part of the driving mechanism that controls our daily eating habits.  We all experience symptoms of hunger and we all experience symptoms of fullness.  I am choosing to write about hunger and satiety because the symptoms that accompany the two can be…

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MohrResults |

August 26, 2016

Disclosure: We have partnered with Egg Nutrition Center and the American Egg Board for this post, but thoughts and opinions are our own. With back to school season around the corner, moms and dads everywhere are in search of healthy, delicious meals that will help get everyone on the right track…

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Food & Nonsense |

August 25, 2016

Hi There! If you follow me on social media, you may have seen that I recently co-launched a new venture called The Rooted Project with fellow dietitian Rosie Saunt. Essentially, The Rooted Project is a platform for Rosie and I to bring you fun and engaging nutrition and health events, linking…

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Okanagan RD- Talking Food |

August 23, 2016

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Sara Flores Registered Dietitian |

August 23, 2016

Jen Haugen, RDN, LD, Down-to-Earth Dietitian Whatever worries us takes control of us. That could include worries about our health, our spouse, our kids, our careers, and even our food. GMOâEUR(TM)s or genetically modified organisms, otherwise known as genetic engineering … Continue reading…

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Myplate2yours |

August 18, 2016

Five years of blogging has produced over 200 recipes and many nutrition, culinary and health tips on MyPlate2Yours.  About a year ago, I envisioned a website to make it super easy to find what you are looking for on my site.  So as promised earlier this summer, the website I have…

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Nutrition Sleuth |

August 16, 2016

You may have heard that there’s no science behind the age-old advice to drink eight cups of water a day, but how much should you be drinking? It seems like a pretty basic question, but unfortunately there’s no clear-cut answer. It’s actually surprising how little we know about the…

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Nutrition Detectives |

August 8, 2016

As cooking methods go, we generally recommend grilling or barbequing as a healthier way to cook, since it allows unhealthy fat to drip away. However, there may be another issue with the heat weâEUR(TM)re using to cook and the very fat thatâEUR(TM)s dripping away. ItâEUR(TM)s all in the…

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The Taste Workshop |

August 7, 2016

The post Pizza as a Path to Veggie-Eating Kids appeared first on The Taste Workshop.

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Chickpea |

August 5, 2016

Perhaps my favorite restaurant in West Palm Beach is Chickpea (yep, like the name of this blog!). I was introduced to Chickpea shortly after I moved here, and I instantly fell in love.Chickpea serves fresh and flavorful Mediterranean fare. Set up so that you can build your own dish (choose…

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Basic Girl Fitness |

August 2, 2016

It is sold in capsule form, ground as a spice, and even in whole plant form. What is that yellow spice? IâEUR(TM)m talking about turmeric. Maybe you have not heard of it, but it is the main spice in curry and is present in other Indian and Thai dishes. Here in the U.S., we do not have…

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Amrie Weiss, RD |

August 1, 2016

Today’s body image series interview features self love advocate, blogger, free lance writer, Lauren, of cupcakethighs.com. Welcome, Lauren! What are your thoughts on body image? From a very young age, girls are taught that they should look a certain way. The media doesnâEUR(TM)t like to…

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Nutrition Xpert |

August 1, 2016

August is American Adventures Month. The United States of America is a diverse country with lakes, deserts, plains, mountains, canyons and land yet undeveloped. There is so much to see and appreciate but what happens when you can’t take an adventure right now? Your entire family can embark on…

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My Coach Bev |

July 31, 2016

The other night as I was picking peas in my garden, I was blessed by two visitors: my neighbor and her 2-year old daughter Renee. I squatted down, opened up a pea pod, and showed Renee the big green balls inside. She looked at me strangely, not sure what to do.  So I pulled…

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Chew On This |

July 30, 2016

Magnesium is everywhere in our diet: it is fairly abundant in green leafy vegetables, peas, broccoli, nuts, seeds, lentils, whole grains, fish, and bananas and even tap water. With that stated, most references will state that there is only a small … Continue reading ->

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Every Food Fits |

July 29, 2016

Scrumptious! All right. Enough with the alliteration. Let’s get down to business. This recipe was inspired by one of my favorite chefs, Mykl Wu. He alerted me to …The post Chilled Sesame Soy Soba Salad appeared first on everyfoodfits.com.

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Lighten Up! |

July 25, 2016

  Ingredients: 1 pound wild salmon 4 cups red curly kale 3 tablespoons olive oil 1 lemon 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1/2 of a red, orange, red pepper julienned 1/2 of a red onion sliced thin 1 tsp. dill pink … Continue reading ->

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David Grotto’s Nutrition Housecall |

July 25, 2016

By David Grotto, MS, RDN, LDN The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans encourages the consumption of a variety of protein sources including those that are plant-based such as legumes (beans and peas), nuts, seeds and soy products. However, reducing or eliminating meat and dairy sources…

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A Nutritious Dish…In a Matter of MInutes! |

July 25, 2016

Is Sweet Corn Gluten-free? Sweet corn is abundantly available this time of year and can make a budget-friendly nutritious addition to summer meals. The sweet, juicy kernels are gluten-free and are rich in fiber, folate and antioxidants. One ear of sweet corn only provides about 100 calories….

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What I’m Eating Now |

July 19, 2016

Hello again, friends! It’s been far too long since I last posted, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been mucking around in the kitchen.  I mark the passage of time by cycles of loading and…Related posts:Jicama sticks Keeping Cool with Cucumber Bok Choy Salad with Peanut Vinaigrette…

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Balance Variety Moderation RD |

July 19, 2016

Working with clients in my private practice, one of the things that always comes up at some point is the issue of body image. As a clinician, I’m curious to learn how people’s body image affects their eating habits.  I often tell my clients, “Improving or changing your body image will take…

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Rock Gumbo |

July 18, 2016

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The Sensible Foodie |

July 14, 2016

Some mornings when you wake up that spring in your step might feel a little rusty. If there isn’t an obvious reason for it like being sick or being kept up all night by your children you may have some morning habits that are dragging you down. Here are a couple of things you can add to your…

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The Distracted Dietitian |

July 14, 2016

Weeks ago, I promised to share a recipe that I would be testing out.  I happy to announce that I will finally be sharing this delicious pork tenderloin with you today.  As an added bonus, I will show you two different ways to prepare this dish. I am always looking for new marinade…

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Vicki’s Blog |

July 14, 2016

http://www.phillymag.com/be-well-philly/2016/07/12/dietitians-on-soda-tax/

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2 Dietitians and A Chef |

July 14, 2016

Fill up on this fresh, colorful salad with a southwest twist, prepared from farmers market seasonal produce. It’s packed with 9 grams of fiber and loaded with antioxidants.   Pack it up for  lunch;  top  with shredded cheese to boost the protein content to power you through the…

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Nom Nom Nerd |

July 14, 2016

WeâEUR(TM)re well into Summer now and if like many men and women you regularly experience bloating, you will be having wardrobe dramas in addition to the miserable abdominal discomfort bloating

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AM Dietetics |

July 14, 2016

I seem to have gathered quite a collection of cans of chickpeas. The only reason I can imagine is that I must have been going through a strange “prepper” phase. I do love chickpeas, though, so I’d say the truth is that I just said “oh, I could use these” and popped a tin in the cart each time…

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2 Your Health |

July 12, 2016

In an earlier post, we introduced the Plate of Many Colors, a concept to help guide you in making smart, healthy nutrition choices. The point is to move away from BROWNâEUR”the color of fried foods and other fast-food fareâEUR”and open your eyes, your mind, and your mouth to a more colorful…

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Georgie Fear |

July 9, 2016

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Words to Eat By |

July 7, 2016

Two-ingredient cherry vanilla popsicles Simple to make, these two-ingredient popsicles are kid-friendly, delicious and nutritious! I like popsicles that aren’t too sweet, so I make mine with plain 2% Greek yogurt. My kids prefer the sweeter version, so I use vanilla Greek yogurt or Icelandic…

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Simple Delights |

July 5, 2016

I LOVE reading. If I had a beach nearby I would grab a book and hang out by the beach daily. How is that for dreaming?! As for books, I tend to alternate between reading a fiction and non-fiction. For… Continue reading ->The post Book Review: Your Holistically Hot Transformation appeared…

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Health and the City |

July 3, 2016

Jump on the latest health craze with this turmeric snapper.   Turmeric is the spice on everyoneâEUR(TM)s lips. Not only does it have a delicious flavour, turmeric also contains the anti-inflammatory substance, curcumin, which has been show to suppress inflammation in the body by…

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Sara B Consulting |

July 2, 2016

When you make green tea, you grab a tea bag, a cup of hot water, and let the bag steep for a few minutes then toss it out and enjoy your tea, right?  Did you know that the rest of … Continue reading ->

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The Blonde Pantry |

June 30, 2016

I can just picture it now: me on the coast of Italy with a drink in my hand and this perfect summer salad heading to my table in the hands of some good looking Italian manâEUR¦.. Okay so the Italian coast thing wonâEUR(TM)t be happening again for a very long time, itâEUR(TM)s Thursday morning…

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Crystal Clear Nutrition |

June 24, 2016

A Dietitian’s Self-Image Perspective Being a dietitian for 15 years has taught me many lessons about self-image. Also, as I navigate my own path through lifeâEUR(TM)s twists and turns, my challenges have taught me most about myself. When I saw this video on Facebook, it really moved…

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Celiac and the City RD |

June 23, 2016

As a dietitian, I hate nothing more than when I meet someone while IâEUR(TM)m out and they immediately say, “Oh, you’re a dietitian. I could use you. What should I be eating?” Since I’m not exactly on my game in that particular situation, I thought IâEUR(TM)d share my ideas via this…

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Whitty Nutrition |

June 21, 2016

 Come one, come all!Welcome family and friends! THE NEW WHITTY NUTRITION IS HERE!So I’ve been keeping a pretty tight lid on all the behind-the-scenes action that has been going on at the WHITTY NUTRITION HQ these past several months and it’s time to let you in on the excitement!It’s been a…

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Jae Berman Nutrition |

June 21, 2016

I have been a fan of the show The Biggest Loser since it started. I am fascinated by the participants and learning their stories of how they became morbidly obese. Watching their behavioral and emotional breakthroughs often would bring me to tears, and watching their workouts would motivate me…

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Marcia Nelson’s Blog |

June 20, 2016

  The summer is âEURoeoff seasonâEUR for collegiate and high school athletes.  This is the best time to prepare for the upcoming season both physically and mentally.  It is also the optimal time to make any needed changes to your performance diet, which may include trying new foods…

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Dietitians on the web |

June 19, 2016

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What Matters Nutrition |

June 19, 2016

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Skinny Food Addict |

June 9, 2016

Today was Muhammad Ali’s Jenazah. It was held in Louisville, Kentucky only a 5 hour drive from where I live. A lot of people I know – including my brother – drove down to join the congregational prayer for his final departure from this world. I contemplated going myself – after all not…

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Seed&Kilter; |

June 7, 2016

Wine: Can it ever be healthy? The pop of a cork, the unmistakable sound of a glass slowly filling with wine, the expectation of the first sip; there is almost a ceremony around taking that first sip of a cool Sauvignon Blanc, or a hearty Merlot. For many, a glass of wine (or two) is… Read…

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Top Balance Nutrition |

June 3, 2016

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Heather’s Blog |

May 31, 2016

I love broccoli, and broccoli salad has always been one of my favorite dishes to take to picnics. Not only is it easy to make, there are tons of ways to make it.  This year for the Memorial Day picnic, I was asked to bring the broccoli salad again. Though my original recipe was tried […]The…

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B.Flavorful |

May 28, 2016

Happy (almost) Memorial Day!! I am pleased to be featuring a new post, written by a new friend, Tracy Williams. Tracy Williams is a graduate of Dominican University with her degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She enjoys public speaking and writing freelance pieces on nutrition topics. She…

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Kid Nutrition Minute |

May 27, 2016

Do you think you can find a food at the grocery store that is high in fiber? Fiber is in all fruits, veggies and whole grains, but some have more fiber than others. Look at labels or read packages to see what you can find. Even better, see if you can find a 100% whole […]

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Drop it and Eat |

May 26, 2016

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Jessica Bailes, APD |

May 24, 2016

In the last couple of days, there have been two media pieces that want us to ditch dietary guidelines, claiming that promoting ‘high carbohydrate, low fat diets’ is to blame for the ‘obesity epidemic’. The first is Channel 7’s news piece from ‘dietitian’ Christine Cronau (not…

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Tribeca Nutrition |

May 24, 2016

As a registered dietitian, I am well aware of the wonders good nutrition can do. And still, despite all the knowledge and credentials behind my belt, striving for a perfect diet is much lower on my priority list than fostering a healthy relationship with food for my children….

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The Fat Nutritionist |

May 24, 2016

When I speak with clients, a theme that often comes up is the question of what is true and what is false in nutrition. Yesterday, an article about the demonization of fat made headlines, and along with it, whipped up that familiar confusion about nutrition and people asking a very familiar…

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Knocked Up Noshing |

May 16, 2016

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to a gestational diabetes menu plan. Essentially, the goal of any gestational diabetes menu plan is to maintain normal blood glucose levels, gain an appropriate amount of weight during pregnancy, prevent ketosis, and to get all of the nutrients for a…

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The Peachy Pistachio |

May 15, 2016

*This recipe makes enough to serve 2 people. You will also have pesto sauce left that you can freeze and use for another time. Ingredients:  3  Zucchini(s) 1 4 oz. container of Basil Paste 1 teaspoon of garlic powder 1/4 cup pine nuts 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese 4 tablespoons olive oil…

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Kitchen Therapy |

May 10, 2016

I recently had the opportunity to try out The World’s First Antibacterial Airlock – Sterilock.   SterilockâEUR(TM)s director, Richard Cook, sent me a basic Sterilock setup. I received the Sterilock airlock, an odor absorbing capsule and two different style lids. Along with a food…

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Pickles2Pushups |

May 9, 2016

This weekend was a fun one in Greenville as the city is coming alive for the summer.  The weekend started off with a visit downtown to watch the Duck Derby.  The Duck Derby is a rubber ducky race down the Reedy River to benefit a bunch of non-profits in the area. We adopted 4 little ducklings,…

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All Spice and Yum |

May 5, 2016

Here is a slightly different take on guacamole for Cinco de Mayo this year! In this recipe, the tomatoes, onions, and garlic get a slight roast, and the avocados get a grill treatment before mashing together. It really takes the … Continue reading ->

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MyRDNutritionist |

May 4, 2016

Manresa 320 Village Ln, Los Gatos, CA Exceptional, exquisite, artful, and posh only begin to describe my experience at Manresa. Manresa is a fine dining extravaganza designed to delight all your senses.  Plan to arrive and spend your entire evening here. Complete with attentive servers,…

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Net Nutritionist Blog |

May 2, 2016

It has been a while since my last blog so I thought I might jot down some thoughts about my latest trip to Tehran, Iran. I thought you might be interested to hear about the food. Unfortunately, much of the news from the states is not favorable to Iran politically but I rarely hear or […]

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Lauren Minchen Nutrition |

May 1, 2016

Happy National Lemonade Day! Many of us love the bold flavor of a fresh lemonade, and today we get to celebrate this juicy treat! But, before you enjoy that tall glass of sweet lemon goodness, consider this: Sugary beverages are not on any list of the most nutritious foods, but juice, soda,…

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The Off-Duty Dietitian |

April 27, 2016

The latest ABS data on sugar consumption in Australia was released yesterday, and itâEUR(TM)s abundantly clear that Australia has a sugar problem. But should we all be âEURoequitting sugarâEUR in

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FoodWise Nutrition |

April 25, 2016

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Fresh Start Nutrition |

April 23, 2016

Happy Spring! I’m finding that due to how Facebook business pages are now set-up, the Fresh Start Nutrition Facebook page has not been a good way to share info, products, etc. with clients and customers. So please consider joining me on the new Groups I’ve created instead. There are…

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Nutrition Lately |

April 15, 2016

With the  summer season fast approaching, many are also working back into exercise routines in hopes to obtain the fit beach body to show off in the warmer weather. But with warmer weather and exercise also comes increased perspiration. That makes hydration an important factor in a…

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everyday healthy eating |

April 9, 2016

Bananas are so common in the United States that it’s easy to forget they’re a tropical fruit. The yellow, crescent moon shaped Cavendish banana is America’s favorite. It’s a simple snack, works well added into breakfast (in hot and cold cereals, pancakes, on top of waffles), adds…

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Dietitian To Go |

April 8, 2016

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F4: FOOD, FARMS, FUN, FACTS |

April 7, 2016

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The Fueled Athlete |

April 6, 2016

The Fueled Athlete is a meal planning & meal prep service for active individuals in the Dallas area. While there are many places to grab a quick bite to eat… there are few places that offer what an athlete needs on a daily basis. My meals are designed with the athlete in mind by […]The…

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Balanced with Allie |

April 5, 2016

Need a little something, something to go with that afternoon coffee? Try these chocolate coconut bites! Recipe: 4 heaping Tbsp of peanut butter 1/4 cup chia seeds 2 scoops of […]The post Testing Tuesday: Chocolate coconut bites appeared first on Balanced With Allie.

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Abrea Nutrition |

April 4, 2016

I wish every day I could put on a fancy outfit and try a new lunch spot with a friend, but my life is hardly that glamorous. Most days, I eat leftovers for lunch. It is nutritious, economical and convenient. I make enough dinner for 4 adults which leaves us two lunches each night. I have…

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Weight Loss Begins Now |

April 2, 2016

Everyday Superfood: Jamie Oliver book review Why review a Jamie Oliver book ? If you like delicious food that can be cooked simply at home, you’ve probably heard the name Jamie Oliver before. If you haven’t, let me introduce you: this is Jamie. He’s a British born celebrity chef who has…

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Fuel the Fire |

March 31, 2016

The goal of every athlete is to develop a pre-competition routine with familiar foods. Destination competition can throw a wrench in routine due to travel circumstances. Packing everyday food choices while traveling will support maintaining routine, put your nerves at ease, and leave you…

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Serving Up Diabetes |

March 28, 2016

We now make our way into the tried-and-true canned section of the grocery store: soups, tomato sauce, canned veggies ready to heat and serve, even old-school SpaghettiOs âEUR” they are all simple solutions for parts of a quick dinner, and they are often packaged in pretty containers in…

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Planted in Nutrition |

March 28, 2016

  An Introduction   The renal diet is a diet tailored to meet the needs of patients with acute kidney injuries, chronic kidney disease, or sometimes other kidney issues in which the kidneys are not able to function properly. The kidneys take waste products which the body does not need…

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Orchard Fresh Nutrition |

March 28, 2016

Hello lovely readers! Sincere apologies for my long, long, long hiatus from this blog! I don’t have any great excuses for having not written on here for such a long time; I’ve simply been really busy with work and life! Anyhow, last week I had returned to the keyboard and begun a new post with…

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The Informed Appetite |

March 27, 2016

I grew up in a milk-drinking home.  My sister and I were not allowed to leave the dinner table unless we finished a glass of 2% milk. During the winter holidays, we got to put a single HersheyâEUR(TM)s kiss at … Continue reading ->

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Death of the Diet |

March 26, 2016

In my previous post I reviewed the idea of nutrient density: a food’s nutrient bang for its calorie buck. If we classify foods based on their caloric and nutrient content, we arrive at four options: 1. Low Calorie, High Nutrient Foods: Most fruits and vegetables 2. High Calorie, High…

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Be Well Gluten Free |

March 23, 2016

We’re very fortunate to have this blog written for us at Be Well Gluten Free by By Lisa Yates, Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian and Program Manager Nuts for Life. It’s special that we’re still in March as this is the month when nuts are harvested so are at their best! Over to you…

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Custom Nutrition |

March 23, 2016

Spring has sprung both in our city as well as on my site! After a long and humbling learning curve, I have put together a site that (hopefully) reflects the sense of peace and calm surrounding food that I help my clients achieve everyday. My intention is that this site be a place where people…

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Tiffany McFadden Nutrition Consulting Blog |

March 18, 2016

Hudson won an award yesterday at school. There was a ceremony in the gym. I was there along with my husband, my brother and my father-inâEUR”law. Now, I am sure Hudson would tell you, this award for self-discipline is his crowning achievement to date. I have learned through this mothering gig…

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Simple Truths About What We Eat |

March 10, 2016

Or maybe this is a message to the pre-banters, I’m not sure yet. We’ll see how this goes. This post is NOT a Banting debate. This post is not about convincing you not to get on the Banting Bus. I … Continue reading ->

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Renee’s Healthy Weighs |

March 2, 2016

March is National Nutrition Month® and the theme for 2016 is “Savor the Flavor of Eating Right.” The goal of National Nutrition Month® is to promote an overall healthy eating plan and physical activity habits. Here are a few useful tips to guide you through a healthy month: Consider how,…

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The Park Avenue Nutrition Blog |

March 1, 2016

Our Manhattan office is now located at 153 East 87th Street, Suite 1A, between Lexington and Third avenues, just steps from the 4,5 and 6 subway lines at 86th Street. The new office is wheelchair accessible and there are no stairs. Our wellness services of massage, reflexology and acupuncture…

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A Weight Lifted |

March 1, 2016

The 5-Minute Meditations series was created to help us fit in time for meditation, relaxation, and looking inward âEUR” even when weâEUR(TM)re busy. You guessed it, meditations are usually 5 minutes or less, meaning only .04% of your day. The 5-Minute Meditations series is a…

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A Light Perspective |

February 28, 2016

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Kim’s Healthy Life |

February 23, 2016

Recently I had the pleasure of joining natural foods chef and creator of DEFINE foods Erin Stewart in Houston to teach a Food From the Heart workshop. We created heart healthy bites and paired them with a little cardio-protective vino! Since February is heart health awareness month, I…

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Daily Dose of Nutrition |

February 19, 2016

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Daily Dietitian |

February 19, 2016

Pin It  Like many of you, the beginning of the year means eating better, right?  So how can I enjoy… Continue reading »

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The Nutty Nutritionist |

February 19, 2016

Good Reads: Savvy Sports Nutrition: What To Eat Before a Post-Work Gym Session Easy Freezer Burritos. It’s been a while since I’ve had those orange wrapped frozen burritos, but I do remember they were pretty tasty! For fifteen cents I think I will start making my own! How Chipotle Made…

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Vertical Drop Nutrition |

February 6, 2016

Worst case scenario: You have a week-long vacation of glorious powder skiing but for the first 2-3 days you find yourself fatigued, nauseous, headachey and with a rapid pulse, unable to ski for more than Read More…The post High Altitude: What To Do To Adjust Faster and Ski More appeared first…

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Deliciously Well |

February 4, 2016

I once heard someone tell a story about a man who complained about having no shoes. His feet were blistered and worn, and in the winter his feet were as cold as ice. Day after day he would walk through the town complaining about the pain he felt with every step. The man complained about […]

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ABCD Eat Right |

February 4, 2016

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Running Dietitian |

February 3, 2016

Today was a sunny, 57-degree day in Ohio. Unseasonably nice weather for early February. So I threw on my shorts and headed to a nearby track for some speed work. While running, I thought about the many reasons I enjoy working out on a track. Here’s my list: It’s doesn’t…

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Bitchin Nutrition |

February 3, 2016

Navigating through a grocery store can be a challenge, especially if you are newly diagnosed with diabetes and/or are trying to start a new healthy eating plan.  Understanding food labels, knowing what foods to purchase, and how to plan healthy meals may feel like road blocks on your…

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Forever Fab Fit |

February 2, 2016

Try this simple, healthy and delicious chicken dish! LEMON-ROSEMARY CHICKEN Ingredients: 4 boneless chicken breasts 1 Tbsp olive oil 2 Tbsp minced garlic 1/4 cup dry white wine 3 Tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 Tbsp grated lemon zest 3 teaspoons of fresh rosemary or 1 1/2 teaspoons…

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Intuitive Nutrition |

February 1, 2016

Written by Brooke Mullen   Last Thursday we celebrated International Mindful Eating Day, and I canâEUR(TM)t think of a better way to celebrate eating well then taking a day to focus on nourishing our bodies while also experiencing the pleasure in enjoying our meals in a conscientious,…

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Intuitive Eating Blog |

February 1, 2016

Written by Brooke Mullen   Last Thursday we celebrated International Mindful Eating Day, and I canâEUR(TM)t think of a better way to celebrate eating well then taking a day to focus on nourishing our bodies while also experiencing the pleasure in enjoying our meals in a conscientious,…

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i.run.on.nutrition |

January 30, 2016

  Sometimes I get into a food funk and find myself not eating enough vegetables for a week or two (maybe that’s you all the time). It’s really easy to get out of the vegetable eating routine-you eat sandwiches instead of … Continue reading ->

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Danielle Hamo Nutrition |

January 25, 2016

I am happy to announce I am now a part of F Factor Nutrition (Ffactor.com) in New York City, and I am solely seeing clients in their upper east side location or via skype.  

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The Healthy Diet |

January 22, 2016

The stress of wedding planning can derail even the greatest efforts to eat healthier, but every bride deserves to look and feel her best. If you’re headed down the aisle this year, stay on track with my pre-wedding diet tips, as featured in Brides!

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Better Food Basics |

January 18, 2016

Pizza and healthy are two words that usually don’t go together – that is until this Mediterranean Veggie Pizza, which is both nutritious and delicious. This pizza is so simple anyone who knows how to slice a tomato can make it. Wanna kick it up a notch? For an even more flavorful pizza…

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Are You in a Food Rut? |

January 12, 2016

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DietitianDeanna |

January 11, 2016

Hi! I have moved!! Check me out here: DietitianDeanna Thank you, as always, for all your love and support!  

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Megan Wallace RD |

January 9, 2016

In case you missed it! Food For Thought Friday: New Year’s Resolutions is #Ontheblog http://ow.ly/WQ5SU Read about 3 ways to think about your #NewYearsResolutions to become more #successful at attaining and maintaining your #2016goals. Maybe you’ll find #strength in these…

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Lin’s joyful bite |

January 7, 2016

USDA has finally published the long waited 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines today. As a Registered Dietitian from China and working with Chinese population, I translated the executive summary part of the guideline into Chinese for my clients.  The…

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Nutrition, Food, Travel and More |

December 28, 2015

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faaizahsnutritionlab |

December 28, 2015

As the year comes to a close, many are thinking of those habits they want to change for the better in the coming year. Weight loss and exercise is often … Continue reading ->

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Liz On Food |

December 24, 2015

No matter what the name âEUR” Russian tea cakes, Mexican wedding cookies, Italian wedding cookies, butterballs âEUR” this crumbly, rich cookie has graced many a dessert tray at Christmas time in the United States. And it was no different in…

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Hope Warshaw |

December 22, 2015

If you take care of your diabetes or youâEUR(TM)re the caregiver for a friend or loved one with diabetes you know itâEUR(TM)s a demanding 24/7/365 job. From day to day, even hour to hour, there are endless decisions to make to manage the tightrope of glucose control and stay safe. Over the…

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My Foodie Noodie |

December 19, 2015

It’s that time of year again…when the dreaded sounds of sneezes, sniffles and coughs fill our homes and work spaces. Before you turn to chemical laden antibacterial hand gel and over-the-counter medications to protect yourself this flu season, take a look at my favorite ways…

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Art of Nutrition |

December 15, 2015

Roasted vegetables tossed in a maple-balsamic dressing makes the perfect holiday salad. Continue reading ->

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The Gluten-Free RD |

November 30, 2015

(Disclosure: I received a complimentary FitKit to try it out and am a program affiliate member.) I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. It’s officially the holiday season, which means we’re all looking for that special gift for … Continue reading ->

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Modest Nutrition |

November 24, 2015

  This is an Indian/Pakistani flatbread with stuffed cauliflower. Use 100% whole wheat for making the flatbread (paratha). This recipe is a great source of fibre, vitamins and minerals. Check the nutrition facts panel (on the right) for detailed nutrition information, the daily value…

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Beyond Prenatals |

November 24, 2015

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Will Run 4 Food |

November 20, 2015

It’s already time for Thanksgiving. Say what?! Everyone says, “It goes so fast.” I am here to tell you that it does indeed. So hang on. Embrace the journey. Live in each moment for we never know when the Lord will call us home. Since May (my last blog entry – yikes!) baby girl has gained…

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brown goat |

November 12, 2015

Hello again!  So…apologies to all of you who tried to subscribe to my new blog (www.thebrowngoatblog.com).  There was a bit of a problem with my subscription feature so none of the subscriptions went through. I am learning a lot about having my very own website and what it takes…

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Born To Eat |

November 4, 2015

We live in a world where âEURoecaloriesâEUR and âEURoedietingâEUR are everyday words in the English language. While caloric information can sometimes be used as great information, much of the time those tiny little numbers are used as weapons in a battle against ourselves. ItâEUR(TM)s…

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Eating Simple |

November 1, 2015

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Decidedly Nutritious |

October 27, 2015

For the past month I’ve made a big pot of soup each week. I’ve also realized that I probably need more spoons and bowls to keep up with my soup addiction. I typically make Indian or Mexican spiced soups so I went a bit out of my comfort zone with this one but the results… Read More »The…

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Ask the Diet Coach |

October 24, 2015

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Don’t (White) Sugar-Coat It |

October 21, 2015

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Nutrition Uncomplicated |

October 19, 2015

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Mom Dishes It Out |

October 11, 2015

By Laura Cipullo, RD, CDE, CEDRD and Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services Team Are you ready for positive change? Stay alert! By the end of this week, Mom Dishes It Out will merge with Laura’s new site www.lauracipullo.com. All current website URLs (ie. momdishesitout.com) will lead…

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Nutrition By Carrie |

September 30, 2015

IâEUR(TM)ll sum up the results of my September Cookbook Challenge by saying: Once Upon A Tart is an awesome book, and we cooked from it so much that I didnâEUR(TM)t cook from my other two September picks. That said, I did take the opportunity to leaf through the Macrina Bakery & Cafe Cookbook…

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Real Nutrition and Fitness |

September 24, 2015

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Eat Fit Run |

September 22, 2015

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observEATer |

September 22, 2015

Last week I went out for a coffee break. I am a registered dietitian, and my office is located in downtown Manhattan, close to One World Trade Center. ItâEUR(TM)s on days like this, when the weather is warm and I generally feel well despite this cityâEUR(TM)s extremes, that I love living here. I…

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Holly Larson, MS, RD |

September 21, 2015

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Everyday Nutrition |

September 19, 2015

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eatlikenonna.com |

September 17, 2015

Vegetable lasagne is a healthier, lighter and more colourful variation of the classic lasagne,  undisputed star dish beloved by young and adults all around the world. The white sauce (besciamella) is substituted with smooth ricotta, to further reduce the saturated fat content. …

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TrustUsNuts |

September 10, 2015

It has been said âEURoeYouâEUR(TM)re not American if you donâEUR(TM)t do Fantasy FootballâEUR. This time of year embraces that statement as many are listening to podcasts, searching the web for current fantasy hype, completing mock drafts, and getting together with friends to build the best…

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Superherolike |

September 8, 2015

Every week it seems a new diet book has been published or a new supplement has made itself onto the overly stocked shelves at your neighborhood GNC. Some of these products connect with consumers and sell like gangbusters. Others fade… Continue reading ->The post WhatâEUR(TM)re Schmilk,…

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Speedy Edie TRI Fuel |

September 1, 2015

It has been forever since I have been able to blog, and that said, I wanted to have the first post back be about something fun :). I had way too much fun with Sarah who drove all the way down to shoot our engagement session at McConnell’s Mill State Park. Did I mention how awesome she was?? You…

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Real Food Rocks |

August 24, 2015

Do you have a love-hate relationship with carbs? For most people, approximately 30-60% of total calories consist of carbohydrates but they are often the most controversial nutrient for weight management. The major source of fuel for cellular energy in our diet is carbohydrate. It is also…

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Busy Bee Wellness Blog |

August 18, 2015

I can’t believe it’s already August! This summer has flown by. I moved to Michigan in May to start a new job as I waited for my boyfriend to join me – He’s starting physical therapy school here in a couple of weeks but stayed in St. Louis for the summer to work and save […]

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Healthy You Nutrition |

August 16, 2015

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Savor: Mindful Eating Mindful Life |

August 7, 2015

Have you ever walked along a road, trail, or beach when a small stone caught your eye? Perhaps it was the unique shape, color, beauty, or the ways it reflected the sunlight, but for whatever reason you were moved to pick it up. Maybe you even took it with you as a reminder of that place or…

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Dietitian That Tri’s |

July 27, 2015

Hard to believe that this was my 5th year competing in Trinona. I love Winona and its community, and that is what brings me back each year. Winona is a gorgeous city making it a great location for a triathlon. A few years ago the race was purchased by Lifetime Fitness, and while the race…

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Glowing Nutrition |

July 11, 2015

A few nights ago, as my son slept in his crib, I decided to indulge in a little self-care and gave myself a pedicure. This is no easy feat as up until recently my sweet pea was not sleeping through the night. My poor toes were in dire need of some attention and with sandal […]

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Bean A Foodie |

July 9, 2015

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Keeping up with the Dietitian |

July 7, 2015

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KM Nutrition |

June 18, 2015

The wellness journey you are about to embark on, or have been on, could positively transform the expressions of your life. I know because I started on this journey eight months ago, not knowing where it would end up. It … Continue reading ->

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A Filipino Foodie |

June 17, 2015

    Happy June friends! I don’t know what it’s like in your neck of the woods but it’s definitely hot down south in Alabama. I’ve been on hiatus with the blog recently updating graphics and layout. It’s been a busy summer with cooking demos, conferences, and other trips, but I…

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Orange District, CDA |

June 9, 2015

Now that we are in June, those summer BBQs are just around the corner!  With long hours spent at the beach, playing outdoors etc., summer food safety can be a serious issue.  Have you ever been at an outdoor get … Continue reading ->

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Eating and Living Moderately |

June 9, 2015

June is here! So is the time for weekend BBQs and sending your little ones off to camp! If youâEUR(TM)re still finalizing your campersâEUR(TM) plans or donâEUR(TM)t know where to start, we have a few suggestions that may be just what youâEUR(TM)re looking for.

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Food Enthusiasm |

May 20, 2015

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valentine nutrition |

May 11, 2015

The other day, while walking with my mom in central park, we got onto the subject of whether or not a healthy lifestyle is easy after some time, or if it always remains cumbersome. As usual, these light conversations often turn into deep, thought provoking moments that just have to be…

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Everything Heart Health! |

May 8, 2015

I saw the above tweet on Twitter the other day and was mortified. Really, it’s easy to get strong and flat abs? I’ve been trying to get strong and flat abs for 30 years, however, I must admit I have not tried their 7 minute a day technique. If I had a penny for every […]

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Chapman’s Landing Cooking Studio |

April 19, 2015

Spring is the time of year to get out and pick your own salad and connect to the natural world. The dandelion greens are best eaten early in the season when they are young and tender. Bursting with caratenoids (plant vitamin A), vitamin C, iron and fibre, they are a true spring tonic! Avoid…

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Shelley Munch, RDN |

April 19, 2015

Forty pounds is a lot of weight! That’s great. After reading your comment, I checked out the P3’s. They are a great and easy snack to take with you. I am glad to see they have come up with something healthier than Snackables or Lunchables. Lime juice and apples is great. I prefer the lime…

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LIVE IT |

April 17, 2015

Our family eats quite a bit of pasta (we’re really not the “meat and potatoes” kind of people). One thing I hate about making pasta dishes is all the dirty dishes it creates! Since I need gluten-free noodles, but Kevin and Em prefer non-gluten-free, I usually end up boiling 2 separate pots…

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Against The Grain |

April 13, 2015

My friend Sarah inspired me to start blogging again and I love her for it. Sarah is a yoga instructor and incredible at creating healthy, delicious recipes. She JUST started her blog but everyone should check her out and follow her for some really inspirational posts at The Way Om. Ok, on to…

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Dandelion Nutrition |

April 12, 2015

Do your kids (or you) eat a lot of peanut butter? Switch it up a bit with this tasty alternative. If you’re craving something sweet, this is a great choice that packs in 4 grams of protein per cookie and heart healthy oil to balance out the sugar. Without any flour, these cookies have the…

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Phronesis: Practical Wisdom |

April 11, 2015

Blogs are great things. It’s an avenue to share thoughts, teach, test ideas, and find kindred spirits. Many things on this blog have been personal. Just as many have been professional. It’s a mixed bag, really. In the last 18 … Continue reading ->

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Health Dish |

March 25, 2015

Ok, we’re ready to spill the beans. Months have passed and all because Rachael and I were preoccupied with planning, preparing, packing, and errand-running. Non stop. All fun stuff though! We’re excited to offer nutrition coaching and wellness consulting very soon. Right now, we’re…

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Food NE/RD |

March 12, 2015

There has been a lot of buzz in nutrition world lately about the “Microbiota” or the world of living organisms in your gut.  Good gut health is being studied for everything from obesity, diabetes, IBS, Parkinson’s ,Brain behavior, mood and more. We still have a lot to learn but we do know…

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God, Food, Run |

March 3, 2015

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Sensory Nutrition |

March 3, 2015

Lifestyle matters! This yearâEUR(TM)s National Nutrition Month® (NNM) theme is âEURoeBITE INTO A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE âEUR with the spotlight on YOU! The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is encouraging you to review your own lifestyle. Consider what might work best for YOU to promote your…

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Nurturing Nutrition Notes |

February 17, 2015

âEURoeEverybody out of the kitchen!âEUR ItâEUR(TM)s the end of the day and youâEUR(TM)re exhausted. Getting dinner on the table can feel like a major feat. Sometimes it seems easier to just evacuate the kitchen to get the job done. But … Continue reading ->

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Our Healthy (Diabetic) Life |

February 16, 2015

I drive a lot, and lately I’ve been listening to Suze Orman Podcasts while I’m on the road. Suze often refers to one’s twenties and early thirties as “the compounding years,” because money saved in retirement accounts during these years will yield highly compounded dividends by the age…

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HealthCastle.com |

February 9, 2015

(Healthcastle.com) Finding new ways to squeeze extra plant power in to your day shouldn’t be difficult. This recipe for cauliflower tabbouleh is packed full of bright flavours and crunchy satisfaction. Not to mention it is pumped full of some powerful anti-inflammatory and…

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Indulgent Wellness |

January 26, 2015

  In the fall of 2012 we spent our anniversary at the Kohler Resort in Kohler, WI. The Kohler Waters Spa is nothing short of ah-mazing and I booked myself 3 luxurious treatment for each day we were there. Upon entering the treatment room, there was a small business card-sized card waiting with…

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What Fuels You? |

January 1, 2015

It’s that time of year… again.  Every new year people set out to make fantastic resolutions to change their lives for the better.  But somehow those early days of gusto seem to fizzle out by February… if we’re lucky to last that long. I’ve even broken my resolution not to make more…

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Apples and Oranges |

December 11, 2014

  I’ve just returned from holidaying in Japan, and my goodness what a beautiful country it is. The scenery is spectacular, the people are so friendly and polite, everything runs efficiently, and the food is great. I highly recommend a trip there if you ever have the chance. So, fresh from…

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Honeymoon Kitchen |

November 18, 2014

Categories: RecipesTags: Casseroles, Corn, Main Dish, Potatoes, Poultry, Real FoodChicken Pot Pie Adapted from Bob’s Red Mill and Taste of Home This is my 271st recipe post on the HMK.  And….sigh…my last.  Words can’t express how much I have loved keeping a food blog.  John and…

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The Delicious Dietitian |

November 10, 2014

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On Nutrition |

November 3, 2014

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Meghan’s Healthy Helpings |

November 3, 2014

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The Internet Dietitian |

October 23, 2014

Food intolerance tests Many of my clients ask me about food intolerance tests in the hope of identifying the cause of their symptoms. With so many tests available, ranging from holding pieces of metal to blood testing and hair analysis, and with so many plagued by ‘food intolerances’,…

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Stephanie Wilson, RDN |

October 22, 2014

Guys. Guys. Can I rave for just a second? This recipe is serious Thanksgiving material. When the girls at Recipe Redux challenged us to use up our old, perhaps slightly dusty, “spooky” spices, I just knew I had to go with a killer spice cake. Plus, I hadn’t gotten in ANY pumpkin recipes yet…

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kumquat |

September 27, 2014

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iAManRD |

September 21, 2014

Wow. Where has the time gone??I can’t believe that tomorrow is the first day of fall! So much has happened over this summer, and I don’t even think there is time to recap. One to bigger and better things! The first of those things being my review of a new product, the Keurig 2.0. I […]

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Morning by Morning Pathway to Health |

September 16, 2014

Join us for the grand opening of our healthy living boutique: Friday, September 26!

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SweetFoodie |

September 14, 2014

A thought for a fresh new week…

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Weight a Minute |

September 2, 2014

There are few things I like more than to have a leisurely weekend breakfast, especially on a rainy morning like we had over this weekend.  One of my favorite breakfast foods has to be pancakes.  Nothing says weekend morning like a pile of pancakes topped with berries and drizzled with…

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Nutrition and Wellness Bytes |

August 6, 2014

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I thought I’d share a special infographic with you highlighting only a few of the amazing benefits of breastfeeding for babies.  I’m definitely an advocate for breastfeeding and want to do my part in bringing awareness to this natural, healthy feeding…

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Nutrition with Wendy |

August 6, 2014

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London Nutrition Girl |

July 22, 2014

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Food Info |

July 13, 2014

A. New Zealand actually has a Front of Pack Labelling (FOPL) system. According to my twitter feed I seem to be the only person who thinks the recent announcement* should be celebrated. As for the rest of you- all I… Read More >

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The Food Coach Blog |

July 10, 2014

Fruit juice has been in the media a lot recently and as a Mum/Dietitian it’s something I often get asked about. It’s true that many adults and children struggle to achieve their “5 a day” and it could be argued that fruit juice is a one

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Amber Kastler RD |

July 8, 2014

I recently received a super cool cook book entitled ‘Green Black Red’ from California Table Grape Commission geared specifically towards, you guessed it, GRAPES!    I have to admit, I really only consume grapes in their natural state.  In fact, my mom … Continue reading…

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Nina G. Rocca, RD, LD/N |

June 14, 2014

The item Greek yogurt is rather new to the shelves of the traditional American grocery storeâEUR(TM)s yogurt aisle. Greek yogurt originated in Greece during the 1920âEUR(TM)s. Before the popularity of Greek yogurt hit the grocery shelves you would often see it on Greek or Mediterranean…

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3 Square Meals |

June 12, 2014

Carolina summer is just âEUR~round the corner and with it comes icy pitchers of sweet tea to fend off the sweltering heat. As a dietitian, I sometimes hesitate about southern sweet tea given that it has a reputation for being sweeter than cola! ItâEUR(TM)s why I love sweet tea best when I can…

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Foodnuti |

June 2, 2014

Here’s a super quick lunch idea. Put all the ingredients in containers, then just assemble when you’re ready to eat. Also makes an easy lunch to take to work. The tuna and beans give you protein, the beans are loaded … Continue reading ->

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Food Child |

May 29, 2014

  Hello! Bagaimana anda?! Totally Google Translated that. I’m either currently on hitting the city lights of Singapore, relaxing on a tropical beach or hang in’ with some orangutans in Borneo. It’s OK to be jealous ð?~? So, this post is going to be snappy. I’ve created a little…

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eat sleep dream love food |

May 15, 2014

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Grainddiction |

April 28, 2014

One of the great aspects of exercise is the rush of endorphin that you get after a workout. In fact, that rush can make exercise somewhat addictive, which is surely a good thing seeing as it’s so good for us. However, fitness fanatics beware âEUR” it’s easy to fall into the trap of…

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Child & Adolescent Weight Management |

April 23, 2014

Originally posted on Everything Heart Health!: I am married to a “meat and potatoes” guy.  Not big on fruits and veggies.  A bit overweight (ex-college football player – you know the type).  No family history of heart disease.  As a matter of fact, his blood lipids are…

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megsfoodreality |

April 21, 2014

  Lately, I have been following this little bean around the house as she has gone from crawling to walking MUCH quicker than we had all anticipated!!! Food wise- I continue to cook for our familyâEUR¦ Staple breakfast: 2 corn tortillas, shredded zucchini, one egg and two egg whites, feta or…

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Healing Foodie |

April 17, 2014

WIAW = What I Ate Wednesday WIAWRD = What I Ate Wednesday Registered Dietitian So now that we got the hip Twitter lingo out of the way, I was tagged to participate in #WIAWRD this week by Aaron Flores, a fellow RD whom I met through Dietitians for Professional Integrity. Like Aaron, I was…

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sallybaumann |

April 7, 2014

I’m big on quiches – they are delicious but all too often full of extra kilojoules and saturated fat from tons of cheese and pastry. I stumbled across this concept of “egg white bites” while trolling on Pintrest (something I do all too often). These bites are dead easy to make, pack a…

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Dietitians Eat Chocolate Too |

April 4, 2014

This all came from Trader Joe’s and took about 20 minutes from start to finish.  I wish I had a great story or some charming anecdote but honestly, I just needed something with minimal effort.ingredients1 Tablespoon coconut oil1 16 oz bag of frozen peppers1 8 oz can of light coconut…

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UHealthy |

March 27, 2014

Like many foods, dairy has gotten a bad reputation and I’m not quite sure why. Students have been asking a lot of questions about the health benefits of milk so I thought I’d share some “food for thought”. MYTH #1: “I can eat dairy? But it’ll make me gain weight.” THE FACTS: – Some research…

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Go-To Nutrition Blog |

March 18, 2014

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Project Eat Me |

March 11, 2014

Hey there! Last month, I told you about the awesome Canadian word âEURoekeenerâEUR. I hope youâEUR(TM)ve been using it because I have another Canadian word for you to learn! Eavestrough: Rain gutter. If you donâEUR(TM)t have eavestroughs in Canada, water just pours straight off the roof and…

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NutriWell Coaching Blog |

March 7, 2014

Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right: National Nutrition Month® 2014 Each calendar month has special recognition from Heart Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and National Nutrition Month®.  March is set as National Nutrition Month®.  Each year a theme is chosen to target…

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Good Food Tastes Good |

February 27, 2014

You may know that February is American Heart Month. HereâEUR(TM)s a lesser-known fact: smart snacking can be healthy for your heart. Smart snack choices between meals help keep your metabolism going and help you eat less at mealtimes, enabling you to more effectively manage your weight. This…

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Fresh Squeezed Nutrition |

February 22, 2014

Looking for a delish and nutrish snack before dinner? Or need something savory to munch on during your afternoon work slump? I’ve got the perfect recipe for you: Spicy Spanish Paprika-Roasted Chickpeas. These crunchy morsels are a tasty and satisfying snack for everyone in your family. The…

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Eating for Performance |

February 20, 2014

This week I hosted my first Monthly Nutrition Call. The topic was “sugar.”  One of the participants asked about what to look for on the nutrition facts panel for sugar. Here’s how you can determine about how much sugar is in a food. Once you have this information, then you can decide…

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One Smart Brownie |

February 7, 2014

The Biggest Loser has been all over the news and blogosphere since itâEUR(TM)s season finale earlier this week. If youâEUR(TM)re like me and prefer twitter to TV, hereâEUR(TM)s whatâEUR(TM)s going on: The $250,000 winner, Rachel, lost 60% of her body weight through the season. ThatâEUR(TM)s a…

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Marina Stauffer |

February 7, 2014

Hard cooked eggs are a nutrition powerhouse fast food staple in my house. Make them once for the week, and you’re good to go! Breakfast on the go: -hard cooked egg -whole wheat toast -fruit Lunch: -sliced hard cooked egg … Continue reading ->

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RD 4 ED: Nutrition Help for Eating Disorder Recovery |

December 15, 2013

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Nutrition Nibbles |

December 12, 2013

One third, or 1.3 billion tons of food produced for human consumption is wasted every year.In Canada alone, $27 billion worth of edible food is thrown out annually.Turns out that by throwing away your apple core, you’ve been an unwilling contributor to this troubling state of…

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RD’LITE |

December 9, 2013

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Just Ripe Nutrition |

October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween Everyone!  Here’s a look at some past healthy Halloween tips   One of the blogs I follow, Run Eat Repeat, is hosting a November event called Pile on the Miles.  “The goal is to pile on extra miles, not pounds, during this food filled time of year!” I signed up with a goal…

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Natural Healing Nutritionist |

October 29, 2013

What is IBS and what are the possible underlying causes? Natural remedies for IBS include modifying your diet for relief as well as using food and nutrition to help heal your body.

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NutritionWise |

October 23, 2013

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teachkids2eat |

October 21, 2013

  So silly, so simple, but I can’t believe I’ve never done this before!! Who doesn’t cook with onion?… ok, I have a friend who is allergic, so there are a few out there!  But for the most part, we all use onions in our cooking at some point. One of my kids usually likes […]

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teachkids2eat |

October 21, 2013

  So silly, so simple, but I can’t believe I’ve never done this before!! Who doesn’t cook with onion?… ok, I have a friend who is allergic, so there are a few out there!  But for the most part, we all use onions in our cooking at some point. One of my kids usually likes […]

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You Gotta Eat! |

October 4, 2013

Just because fresh, summer vegetable season is drawing to a close does not mean you have to stop eating them!  Vegetables of all shapes, sizes and colors provide an abundance of nutrition, are naturally low-calorie, loaded with antioxidants for fighting disease and inflammation, and fill a…

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Jenmi Jenmi: The Registered Dietitian and the Student |

October 3, 2013

TweetShare  Last week, I had a great start to my 60-day workout challenge. This week, I am starting out slow, I broke in a new pair of shoes last week and after Sundays hike I had a large blister on my heel. So I want to give it a chance to heal and then I … Continue reading ->

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Recipes That Fit |

September 24, 2013

Our cooking club theme this month was “Recipes from your Grandmother”.  I decided to tackle a brand new recipe, my grandmother’s fried dough.  This is not your typically local fair fried dough which is often flat, and perhaps even topped with tomato sauce.  These are sticks of…

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Ramblings of an RD |

September 18, 2013

I probably owe it to you to pop in, and at least update everyone on changes that have happened in the last few months. (If you subscribe to my blog then you won’t have to keep checking the siteð?~? ) as you recall from my update in April… First 4 months of 2013: 1.Car accident […]

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EatPrayGrow |

September 16, 2013

In 2012, 30 to 44% of Sri Lankan* adults were classified as overweight or obese. An increased waistline is a sign that you could be at greater risk of developing serious health problems and put you into higher risk of … Continue reading ->

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Chicago Nutrition Solutions |

August 24, 2013

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Ace Your Diet |

July 31, 2013

The importance of drinking water, especially for weight loss comes as no surprise.  You would think that it would be easier to drink water in the summer but I find that my clients struggle in the summer even more so than in the winter because the water gets warm quicker.  Leaving water and…

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Anna B Nutrition |

July 18, 2013

If you are as obsessed with truffle oil as I am then you will love this quick sammy! It’s a lot like my avocado tomato truffle oil sandwich but cheesier 😉 Homemade Lower Fat Pimento Cheese(Makes a lot but good to have on hand in the summer for guest that might just pop in) Ingredients: 12 oz…

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365 Days of Wellness |

June 25, 2013

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An unlikely dietitian |

May 18, 2013

I would love to write my own post on this, but life is a bit hectic on this side of crazy-ville.This article is extremely interesting, check it out!What do you think?

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Nutrition Designs |

May 13, 2013

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Tid Bits of Nutrition |

April 15, 2013

Here is another tasty quinoa recipe! This should be a likeable recipe for those that think traditional meatloaf is too heavy. Quinoa is used in place of bread crumbs allowing the loaf to be less dense. The recipe calls for ground turkey, but if you want to choose the healthiest option make sure…

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Making the Menu |

April 10, 2013

Here we go again–another Colombian, who we did not know before our trip, who gave up a day to be our tour guide. This time, the Colombian was the sister of CC’s avocational Spanish teacher in Atlanta. He sent the teacher a message, merely asking her for suggestions of tourist…

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The Health Nut |

March 4, 2013

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Point A La Ligne |

March 3, 2013

So weâEUR(TM)veseen in a previous post the importance of fibers in digestion, cholesterolmanagement and heart disease. Now, the question is:How do I make sure IâEUR(TM)m getting enough fibersdaily?1.   Drop thewhite and stick to brown!-         Instead of using…

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Inspiring Nutrition for Life |

February 8, 2013

Are you getting enough water during the winter?  Runners and other athletes are at increased risk of winter dehydration due to increased sweat losses without feeling thirsty.  In cold weather it can be harder to stay mindful of your fluid intake.  And with adequate intake set as 9c for…

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Eat Drink Be Happy |

January 28, 2013

Wow…what a tidal wave the last few months have been! I have been working hard on getting my new business and website together and now it is ready to share with the world. However, there are only so many hours in the day and with all of the comings and goings, these pages have been sorely…

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Caledonia Nutrition |

January 20, 2013

If you enjoy savory snacks then you’ll love these!   Kale chips make a quick, healthy & nutritious alternative to potato chips but today I tried roasted garbanzo beans (chickpeas) for the first time. Rinse the beans to remove the starchy coating   Spread them on a baking sheet & pat dry…

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The Fresh Beet |

December 27, 2012

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Pam Stuppy, MS, RD, CSSD, LD |

November 24, 2012

Printed in Seacoast Online The cranberry harvest has begun. Their appearance in the produce section of the grocery store heralds the fall and winter holiday seasons. This tangy, colorful fruit adds a unique flavor plus special health benefits. They are also available in a number of forms…

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Healthy Kosher Eating with Chana |

November 12, 2012

Yesterday was our first day of winter. Here in Beer Sheva winter can come suddenly, without much of an autumn to prepare us. In the morning, a balmy sand storm blanketed the city in dust. By afternoon it was cold and raining. (A rocket from Gaza came our way during this change of weather….

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Warrior Nutrition |

October 29, 2012

Getting a moderate amount of plant substances called flavonoids through food may be linked to a lower stomach cancer risk in women – but not in men, according to a European study. The researchers, writing in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that women with the highest intake…

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DNA Diet |

October 27, 2012

With the popularity of low-carb and âEURoepaleoâEUR type diets, IâEUR(TM)ve often gotten this response from clients who (like me) have the elevated risk variant of the TCF7L2 gene: âEURoeI donâEUR(TM)t eat grains/breads/cereals, so I donâEUR(TM)t have to worry about my elevated risk.âEUR…

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A Slice of Nutrition |

October 16, 2012

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The Good Life Center – Your Path to Wellness |

September 17, 2012

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Eat Well, Live Well, Be Well |

July 22, 2012

It seems that many Americans are in denial about their health. With two-thirds of our country classified as over-weight or obese and people looking to lay blame on everything or everyone but themselves, I find it alarming when people are surprised, no SHOCKED, when I tell them they are in…

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Confessions of an Overweight Dietitian |

July 20, 2012

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The California Mediterranean Diet |

July 20, 2012

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MichNutrish’s Mission Nutrition |

June 29, 2012

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Eat, Feel, Live Better |

June 20, 2012

Our bodies are influenced by what we eat and our ability to conceive is no different. To prepare for my upcoming event, I have been doing a lot of research on the fascinating relationship between nutrition and fertility. I wanted… Continue reading ->The post Boost Your Fertility Naturally…

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Flavors of Nutrition |

June 11, 2012

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Diana Young RD |

June 10, 2012

  Meditation:  What it can do for you Meditation is one of the simplest forms of calming the mind and reducing the effects of stress.  Almost all religions practice some form of meditation.  Medical Practitioners advocate meditation for lowering blood … Continue reading ->

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My Journey Making Peace with Food! |

May 27, 2012

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How to Find Real Food |

May 4, 2012

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My Food Life |

April 24, 2012

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Living Healthy With Miss Chef RD |

April 17, 2012

As a Bariatric dietitian I am always on the lookout for new and exciting, yet nutritionally sound and appropriate, products for my patients.  Therefore, when I was contacted by SDC Nutrition to request that I sample their About Time brand of whey protein powder and write a review I was…

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Eat Right, Live Life, Play Hard |

April 5, 2012

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Nutrition Facts |

April 4, 2012

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Skinny Eats Cleveland |

March 24, 2012

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Do You Eat? |

March 19, 2012

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A Meal in a Glass |

March 4, 2012

As I’m sure you’ve heard, we had terrible weather in Southern Indiana last Friday. Massive tornadoes destroyed many homes and other buildings and virtually wiped out a few towns. Many people lost everything they had, a school was demolished and the destruction was everywhere.  What you might…

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Fiddle With Your Food |

March 1, 2012

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle can be a challenging journey, and if you are like me, you may wonder if your methods are similar to anyone elseâEUR(TM)s. I am usually curious as to how the average, every day woman achieves her success. EveryoneâEUR(TM)s bodies are different and various methods…

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nutritionALL |

February 20, 2012

      Keeping in the spirit of Asian inspired dishes, as well as finding a use for the leftover ingredients from my egg rolls, I created this delicous Thai Pizza with peanut sauce!       I used my breadmaker to make a whole wheat pizza crust. You could use a store bought crust too if…

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Redefining Health |

February 16, 2012

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Live & Love to Eat |

February 14, 2012

Hi friends!  I’ve moved to a self-hosted site and would love to keep in touch with you.  Please visit http://www.clairetherd.com/ and re-subscribe using the links on the right side of the page.  Thank you so much for reading!

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Real! Healthy Cooking |

January 15, 2012

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Nutrition for the Future |

January 1, 2012

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i_amEatingRight |

December 31, 2011

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Great Eatspectations |

December 31, 2011

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Nutrition to Go |

December 13, 2011

People are sometimes surprised to hear me say chocolate can be good for you. Never mind the âEURoeeverything in moderationâEUR phrase, chocolate has actually been studied and proven to have health benefits. Music to my ears! Being a chocolate lover however, doesnâEUR(TM)t mean eating my body…

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LV’S Nutrition and Fitness Blog |

November 14, 2011

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Whole Mind Wellness |

November 4, 2011

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Dietitian UK |

October 27, 2011

Keeping the variety going for babies is so important yet can be quite a demanding thing to do amidst juggling the piles of washing, the milk feeds and all that mummy-hood brings. So here are a few ideas to help … Continue reading ->

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Feed Between the Lines |

October 13, 2011

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Confessions of a Dietitian |

October 10, 2011

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Well Balanced. Food. Life. Travel. |

September 14, 2011

Yum.  That’s all I have to say. I like using toasted sesame oil and reduced sodium tamari as I think they taste so good.  This is what I used for this recipe. This recipe calls for baby bok choy too, … Continue reading ->

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Amy McArthur Nutrition |

August 26, 2011

Are you tired of never knowing what to prepare for dinner, never having time to plan, and worried that your meals are unhealthy and are causing weight gain? Here’s your solution! Join my Family Weight Solutions Membership Program and be a part of the EASIEST way to plan quick, healthy meals…

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Carrots and a Cupcake |

July 10, 2011

For all you summer travelers out there, here are a few of my favorite travel observations (mostly centered around food, of course) from my own adventures so far this summer.   Feel free to add some of your own in comments……. * When in Hawaii, drink the fresh juice.  Even if you don’t…

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The Nutshell Diaries |

July 1, 2011

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Nutrition with a Dietitian |

June 25, 2011

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A Dietitian’s Kitchen |

June 16, 2011

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Not On A Diet |

May 30, 2011

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The Nutrition SKU |

May 28, 2011

It always an eye-opening experience for me to open the fridge at Mom’s house. Coming home and visiting my Mom in New York is always an opportunity to sharpen my nutrition education skills. Mom has healthy intentions, but like most people, she falls prey to the confusing marketing tactics…

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Ashley Koff RD |

January 17, 2011

For years, people would routinely pose the same question me âEURoeso what are you?âEUR Pretty sure that people are clear that IâEUR(TM)m a brunette, a female, even that IâEUR(TM)m a dietitian (though sometimes they confuse that with a nutritionist âEUR” sorry folks, I have a license and the…

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The Best Pickle |

January 9, 2011

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A Healthier Michigan |

November 22, 2010

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Fiber is the Future |

October 22, 2010

Any fiber fanatic can tell you that a whole grain cracker that doesn’t taste like cardboard is a rare find. On a recent Virgin America flight, I came into first contact with Doctor Kracker’s Organic Seeded Spelt Snack Flat – an impressive commercial application of some lesser-used whole…

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Montreal Nutrition |

August 15, 2010

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Edible Nutrition |

June 24, 2010

Hi All! So, my website & blog are now linked together in one at http://www.EdibleNutrition.com This makes it easier for you to find all the great recipes, but now ORGANIZED!  Love it!  Also, there is a great giveaway going on right now!  Hope you join us over at our new site and join in on…

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Nutrition 101 |

June 24, 2010

Cow’s milk, goat’s milk, rice milk, soy milk, almond milk, hemp milk, flax milk – you name it, there seems to be an endless assortment of “milks” on the market. The latest to join this camp are two varieties of cow’s milk: a2 milk and Fairlife milk, each claiming to be better milk than…

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Keep recommendation web links active in your messages. You could not promptly make money from these yet with time it might accumulate and also work to your advantage to maintain them on your website. If a site visitor is referred by you, you might still make money from them, also if they do not utilize your site.

You need to meticulously pick a domain name to assist with your advertising and marketing in Milwaukee. Try utilizing some imagination when thinking up a name for your domain name. Likewise, aim to include a little bit of a summary regarding exactly what your product or services might involve in the name. Attempt to consider something smart that will intrigue individuals into clicking your website.

If you are going to put photos on your website make sure that they are not as well huge. If users need to wait an exceptionally lengthy amount of time to see exactly what gones on your website due to the fact that photos are filling slowly then they are most likely to leave as well as not go back to the site in the future when looking for a Milwaukee marketing specialist.

When you are connecting with the customers on your site, try to be unique and intriguing. If you stumble upon as a robotic with no personality, your clients will be attracted away. Creating a character on your site, will aid establish a stronger personal link with your potential consumers, generating even more sales.

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The Web is incredibly huge, as well as lots of marketing professionals feel as if they have to cover the entire net with their brand name. This is not the instance. In fact, it’s actually the opposite. The Web is a special market entirely, so the more structured as well as straight your technique is, the even more success you’re going to have.

Instead of making use of just message, include some photos, video clips or layouts to your site. Use content that relates to your business. You can demonstrate how you can utilize the item or program images of the within the item if it is a digital product. Make material that will attract the readers.

When creating your internet site to market a company or product, keep your client base in mind. You wish to make your site so well that individuals are attracted to follow the actions you direct, without even understanding that they are being pressed in that direction. This will equate right into more sales conversions.

While you might have level playing field to contend in the market, you remain in no chance ensured an equal result. This is why it comes to be unbelievably essential that you’re doing whatever you could to learn about ways to market online. Use and apply the information that you have discovered right here, as well as pursue a positive outcome.

Take a great, hard take a look at your internet site’s content. An effective internet site’s web content will be special and valuable. Think from your client’s perspective – can they discover something brand-new? Ensure you maintain your website present as well as updated too. An outdated look could make you appear unmindful as an entrepreneur.

Make certain to review the material of your site. Know what your internet site states, what the objectives of the site are, and get a scale on exactly how valuable the material is. A well defined website is sure to bring in even more web traffic. Enhanced traffic is essential to keeping a successful site.

To market your internet site sign up with social media websites such as Twitter and facebook. Social media websites are a wonderful way to promote new products and connect with your customers. You could also use them to back-link to your blog and rise website traffic to your internet site. You could sync your Facebook and Twitter pages to save time.

Track as well as evaluate the visitors to your internet site. If you cannot determine that is coming, when, where, how much time they remain as well as exactly what they are doing on your website, it is hard to improve. This is called monitoring and also analytics, as well as could aid you boost your internet site’s company enormously.

If your marketing web site consists of sound, be sure to offer convenient controls for individuals who go to job or just choose a reduced quantity. Sound can be wonderful for grabbing someone’s interest, but if it becomes irritating they may merely surf away from your page and also you will certainly shed the client.

 

If your company is participated in marketing both on- as well as off-line, ensure your advertising and marketing techniques in the two spheres enhance each various other. A web marketing strategy must deal with and enhance your various other initiatives in print or other media. Ensure your internet site factors site visitors in the direction of your adverts in various other media – and make certain your TV, radio and print advertisements mention your web site.

Some people are going to operate businesses that are more effective compared to others. That’s simply the way of the globe. The crucial trait is that you have an equal opportunity to compete with those various other companies, specifically on a platform like the internet. Keep neck-and-neck with your rivals by using these suggestions.

Never ever assume also very of the site you developed, because it will skew your overall company viewpoint. Every person takes satisfaction in something they have actually achieved and in something they’ve built, yet what you need are objective parties to view your site in order to inform you if it’s a fine-looking website like http://sprout-works.com – website design, SEO or Digital Marketing.

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If you are simply starting you probably do not know a banner advertisement from a high-rise building! Exactly what the hell is seo? Whether you’re just a beginner or you understand the answers to those concerns, we have actually obtained some tips and also concepts for you that you could never have considered, which can aid your online marketing company bloom.

Make a site for your business and keep it up-to-date. If a customer or possible customer wants your business, the initial trait they’ll typically consider is your internet site. You wish to include any type of appropriate info regarding your company on that website, make it look nice, and above all, see to it it’s easy to use!

Get a seller account. This will reduce a great deal of stress as well as headaches pertaining to payments from consumers and clients. If you don’t have a seller account and also are processing payments from different resources, you could locate yourself with an icy account and less competent client service on the night of your big launch. Invest the cash and utilize a seller account right now.

Employ someone or locate volunteers to evaluate your website prior to you introduce it publicly in order to cut down on massive mistakes. Everybody from video game designers to auto producers constantly has trial run of their items. A huge game launch will be in beta examined for years before it is ultimately launched to the general public. You ought to take at the very least a couple of days and have individuals examine your website for function and ask for comments.

To get individuals curious about different items, you can have an advertisement for an additional product on the ‘thanks’ web page that they see after acquiring something. Or you can include a complimentary test offer for a brand-new product when they buy something. See to it the product that you are pushing is related to just what they are buying.

Bear in mind the point of your site should be to draw in customers. If your internet site is bogged down with excess data, your consumers will unavoidably obtain shed and also you will certainly shed numerous possible purchasers. Never forget that there is a time for data, and also a time for eye-catching language.

Boost the quantity of hits you jump on your web site link by publishing it on different social media sites. Twitter is a fantastic resource for this, particularly due to the fact that a tweet with your link can be re-tweeted by people around the globe. The more hits you hop on a link, the higher up it will certainly take a trip on an outcomes page.

Always remember that it’s important to go regional. Regional revenue can in fact be more powerful compared to web if you are marketing a product that you offer offline too. Check out your neighborhood phonebook companies and directory sites, as well as get yourself detailed. Some of these will certainly also enable you to upload a bigger ad for a little fee.

Online marketing could be an excellent means to promote, yet could appear impersonal to some buyers. Shoppers prefer to touch, really feel, and also see the item they will acquire. Some customers might resent the failure to have a physical connection with the product, so firms need to make sure they have a great return plan. This assures possible consumers that are anxious regarding making a purchase online that they can easily return the thing if essential.

From web designers who wish to drive traffic, to companies that market online, to web marketing masters, each of those people need to know all there is to learn about excellent marketing online. We hope we have actually offered you with, at the very least, a start to your knowing which you’ll go after even more info, in order to aid your own individual objectives be fulfilled.