Tag Archives: planning

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 […]

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 […]

How to Make ANYONE A Morning Person

Even if you compare yourself to a nocturnal creature who only reveals its true persona in the mask of the night, it is possible to become a morning person. If your response to this was something along the lines of “In your dreams” or “Never in a million years”, take comfort in the fact that […]

Go Nuts! But consider portion size too!

Because of their high fat content, nuts have been at the heart of many discussions about dietary recommendations. But with February as the official American Heart Month, we are going to discuss this heart healthy, nutrient dense food. Walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which are a heart-protecting fatty acid that is vital to heart health. Nuts also […]

How to make your New Year’s resolutions last

As the New Year approaches, many of us naturally begin to think about what we would like to do differently next year. I’ve often waited until December 31st, or even January 1st (and maybe even the 2nd!)—to jot down my New Year’s goals. From experience, waiting that long can often lead to disaster for falling […]

Why Your Goal Should Be Setting Better Goals

Alyssa Cohen, MS, RD Oftentimes, patients think that the loftiest goal is the best goal. However, in order for goals to be attainable, they have to be realistic. For example, if a patient doesn’t exercise at all, and then tells me they will exercise every day, I get wary. Setting yourself up to be disappointed […]