Tag Archives: healthy eating

Tired of Bloating, Gas, and Stomach Pain? Low FODMAP May Be for You!

For years, I suffered with stomach issues. After multiple tests, endoscopes, colonoscopies, and trips back and forth to the doctor, it was discovered I had a bacterial infection throughout my colon, colitis, and a hiatal hernia from ignoring symptoms and brushing my pains aside for so long. I had vitamin deficiencies, extremely low energy, and […]

My View As an Intern: Your Healthiest Recipe Contest

Over the years nutrition has always been important to me because eating better can help you mentally and physically. The kind of food and amount of food you eat can affect the way you feel and how you think. I have learned what good nutrition can do for the mind and body. Good nutrition can […]

Wanted: Your Healthiest Recipe

Starting my internship at Caruso Physical Therapy and Nutrition during National Nutrition Month® has given me an opportunity to gain experience hosting a charity event while promoting the importance of healthy nutrition along the way. With the help of Michele, the Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Caruso Physical Therapy and Nutrition, we have planned a contest […]

Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Come to Life!

Each year upon entering the gym from Thanksgiving through December, the gym appears to be a ghost town. You can get there at the peak hour, and still have 20 machines available for you to use. You feel the world is at your fingertips. Fast forward to January 2nd, 2017…and you can’t even find a […]

Surviving the Holidays With Food Allergies

The holiday season is upon us. It is the time of year for family gatherings, parties, and celebrations that only come once a year. The season of giving should be care free and stress free…or at least it should be if you are not the host of the party! When I ask a patient what […]

Don’t Allow Yourself to Fall into this Season with a Cold!

As the seasons change, the common cold is looming all around us. Stuffy noses, used tissues, and coughing fits are on the rise. How can you protect yourself from an interactive world? Where are you safe? Gyms, grocery stores, work, school, family, the coffee shop; all of these places regularly visited can breed bacteria.   […]

Fall is Upon Us…Don’t Let Summer Produce Go to Waste!

Farmer’s markets, home gardens, a friendly neighbor’s garden, county fairs, farm stands, or your local produce store: these are the reasons why there is an abundance of fruits and vegetables in my patient’s homes during the summer months in New Jersey. We stock up on the farm market deals!   However, as fall approaches, we […]

Organic vs. Inorganic Foods…Marketing Scam? Or Does it Impact Our Health?

I am often asked as a dietitian, do you feel organic foods are more beneficial? Is it worth spending the extra money on foods that contain non-GMOs, no artificial sweeteners, and are grown organically? What does organic on a food label even signify? Within this article, I will outline the facts on what the term […]

Keep Your Labor Day Weekend Healthy!

Labor Day Weekend. The weekend that students dread as the summer completes itself.  Labor day weekend signals our last “hoorah” enjoying pool parties, barbecues, days at the beach, and summer festivities until we start seeing school buses on our route to work once more. Labor Day weekend can be considered a time of celebration or […]

Easy Healthy Behaviors That You Could Have Been Doing Yesterday!

Wouldn’t you love to form a healthier lifestyle with little to no effort? Are you someone who thinks that feeling hungry means you are on the verge of shedding those troublesome extra few pounds? Can you relate to not having the time OR money to purchase and create healthy dishes? If one of the above descriptions sound […]