Tag Archives: nutrient rich produce

Even Dietitians Need Dietitians! Insight on Keto

Even dietitians can use a little help from their fellow dietitians! As dietitians, we try our best to keep up with the latest research to understand how nutrition can play a role in the treatment process of different diseases and illnesses. We participate in webinars, seminars, nutrition conventions, etc. to learn more about the importance […]

Goals Derailed? How to Get Back on Track After Summer

It’s that time of year. Time to let go of summer happenings, and move on to an entire new routine and schedule. For some of us, we may have fallen off of track with social festivities, and therefore, less time prioritizing ourselves and more time indulging in choices that may not be as beneficial for […]

Do You Feel You or Someone You Know Has an Unhealthy Relationship with Food? Read and Find out!

In today’s social media ridden culture, now more than ever we are being bombarded with images of what society considers the “perfect” body. Society has a definition of “pretty” and “attractive” and it has caused eating disorders to be on the rise, particularly amongst children and teens. However, what most people fail to realize is […]

Top 10 Tricks to Staying On Track While Vacationing

Yay! Summer time is finally here! We finally have time to travel. On vacations we tend to splurge on yummy foods (which is 100% OKAY), but here are some ways to sneak in ways to be healthy(ish) when traveling… 1. Explore! Remember that exploring actually burns calories. It can be as simple as taking a […]

An Avocado A Day Keeps the Doctor Away

Although Avocados can be very fatty, they are an important food to keep in your diet.  They contain many vitamins that are necessary for a healthy diet. Vitamin B1- Thiamine is a dietary supplement. Vitamin B2- Riboflavin can prevent migraines. Vitamin B3- Can treat high cholesterol and can reduce the risk of a heart attack […]

Meal Prepping: Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail!

During the week it’s chaotic. There is zero time (and energy) to come home after a long work day and cook up a nice meal for you and your family, not to mention how annoying it is to wake up earlier than you normally would to make a yummy breakfast (after all breakfast is the […]

New Year, New You: More Nutrition Insurance Coverage!

Can you believe it is already 2018? It may take me weeks to stop writing 2017 on paper, but as I am Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I thrive on the New Year coming, for I love having the chance to help others achieve their New Year’s Resolutions. We all start them, but do we ever really […]

Egg Yolks: What People Have Done with Them Besides Eat Them

Egg Yolks: Controversy? Or truly something to avoid? Recent research indicates that cholesterol in food does not have a huge impact on our body’s cholesterol in our blood. However, saturated fat and sugar seem to be linked to heart disease. Although an egg contains no sugar, and a small amount of saturated fat, I still […]

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 […]

Alcohol, Nutrition, and Underage Drinking: How Alcohol Affects Your Body’s Metabolic Processes

“Wrong is wrong, even if everyone is doing it. Right is right, even if no one is doing it.” Underage drinking is becoming prevalent in today’s society, even though it is a huge safety risk due to lack of knowledge, control, and overall the effects it has on the way the body absorbs nutrients. To […]