Nutrition Blog Network

The Conscious Dietitian |

November 28, 2016

I’m writing this post from the tropics, from Sumatra Indonesia. While I’m sitting beach front eating papayas and mangoes for breakfast the autumn chill is in full force at home. This is my third trip to Indonesia, and I am understandably a big fan of Indonesian food. Sumatrans like their…

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First Step Nutrition |

November 28, 2016

Have a few Christmas parties on the calendar this year? With an overabundance of yummy cookies, greasy/cheesy/meaty morsels and spiked eggnog, itâEUR(TM)s far too easy to overindulge. And pay for it the next day! Unfortunately taking the next day off is not an option for…

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Dietitians Online |

November 28, 2016

There are gifts you can purchase to support causes; gifts to educate and foster awareness and gifts to show you care about a loved one’s health. These gifts make a difference in a person’s  life. The gifts listed below is just samples of what is available. Please check the websites to…

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Foodwatch |

November 28, 2016

As the end of the year is drawing near (itâEUR(TM)s only five weeks to Christmas), itâEUR(TM)s a good time to reflect on wise and evergreen advice âEUR” eating tips that donâEUR(TM)t change with every new trend and foodie fashion. This month’s newsletter covers these plus much…

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AM Dietetics |

November 28, 2016

Over the last few weeks, the temperature has definitely dropped here! Last Saturday morning, I spent a cold half hour scraping ice from my car windows. Yes, winter is here. A lot of my clients are finding the cold weather a bit challenging when it comes to sticking to lunchtime salads….

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Bite of Health Nutrition |

November 28, 2016

Check out these top Kitchen Gadgets perfect for gifting to your friends, family or adding to your holiday wish list! Disclaimer: This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links  Tis the season for gift giving! So why not give your loved ones a gift that will make cooking and eating healthy…

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The Nutritionist Reviews |

November 28, 2016

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Nutrition Stripped |

November 28, 2016

Happy Monday guys! Today I’m continuing the NS Lifestyle series by sharing the fifth pillar of health according to NS âEUR” love. I don’t mean ooey-gooey romantic love (though that’s not a bad thing!), but more how to manifest love in your life in different ways to help feel your best…

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Appetite for Health |

November 27, 2016

“It’s cold out.” “Ugh….my workout partner just texted that she’s not meeting me at the track.” “I’m too tired to cook tonight.” “I’ll start for real tomorrow.” If your’re constantly derailed from your best intentions, read below for some fitness inspiration. Sound familiar? If so,…

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Appetite for Health |

November 27, 2016

“It’s cold out.” “Ugh….my workout partner just texted that she’s not meeting me at the track.” “I’m too tired to cook tonight.” “I’ll start for real tomorrow.” If your’re constantly derailed from your best intentions, read below for some fitness inspiration. Sound familiar? If so,…

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Make Healthy Easy |

November 27, 2016

The holiday season seems to always be jam packed with events and festivities that can end up being more stressful than fun. I want to work (yes work) at being more engaged with my loved ones over the holidays. It takes a very conscious and deliberate effort to not feel overwhelmed this time…

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Simple Swaps |

November 27, 2016

Quinoa Salad with Spinach & Onions – Gluten Free, Vegan & Paleo Friendly Disclosure: The recipe provided here was part of a sponsored collaboration with ALDI USA. I was not compensated for this post, but for the link included to the recipe demo below. As always, I only partner with brands…

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New Kid On The Guac |

November 27, 2016

I will gladly stand in line for thirty minutes for a lobster roll. This is a fact I know to be true about myself. I did it many times in San Francisco at FishermanâEUR(TM)s Wharf, and it always proved immensely worth it. Hence, when I went to Boston last month for the Food & Nutrition Conference…

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Kindred Nutrition |

November 26, 2016

Email agoldsmith@kindrednutrition.com to purchase TODAY. Supplies are limited!

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Real Mom Nutrition |

November 26, 2016

NIFTY TRICKS A Genius Way to Freeze Casseroles from Tip Hero How To Organize Your Freezer To Save Time & Money from Meal Planning Magic Printable Food Allergen Label for Holiday Potlucks from Consumer Safety FOOD FOR THOUGHT 21 Questions That Beat, “Do You Like It?” To Engage Picky…

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Georgie Fear |

November 26, 2016

“Maybe Later” This simple phrase is one of favorite two-word tools for nutrition management. You don’t have to say no to other people, or to yourself, when consider eating or not eating something, just “maybe later.” Facing temptation but knowing you can have it in the future is much easier…

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Neat & Nutritious |

November 26, 2016

This blog started with cookbooks. I took a random cookbook from my collection or the library and cooked my way through them, making healthy modifications, and later, plant-based swaps. Following these recipes helped me figure out not only how to cook well, but also how to create well. I…

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Healthy Eats |

November 26, 2016

Learn more about this trendy and time-saving kitchen appliance.

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Meal Makeover Moms |

November 26, 2016

Give your tailgate party a healthy makeover by adding flavor, protein, good-for-you fats, and crunch to everything from cheesy nachos and quesadillas to hummus and pizza. The all-star ingredient in our 7 winning tailgate recipes is peanuts, and you won’t believe how versatile they can…

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Frances Arnold |

November 26, 2016

Holiday parties are lighting up homes and hearths in many places. And during this jubilant time of year, so many of us face the inner dilemma: how can I enjoy the holidays without crashing my weight management party? Here are my tried and true tips:

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The Healthy Fit Foodie |

November 25, 2016

I’m clinging onto Fall with these tasty Fall inspired Pumpkin Energy Bites. They’re slightly sweet and packed full of spice. They’re perfect for snacking or use them as a topping on your oatmeal or smoothie bowl.  TGIF!!! And I really mean it! This week has been absolutely INSANE!…

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Healing from Scratch |

November 25, 2016

Every time I make this recipe at a party, it’s a huge hit and everyone asks me for the recipe. I thought I’d finally share my secrets to the smoky delicacy – my modified low FODMAP, garlic free recipe that tastes even better than a traditional Romesco with almonds and garlic. It’s amazing…

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Skinny Food Addict |

November 25, 2016

Now that it’s over, having Thanksgiving dinner over and over until it’s all gone just isn’t all that appealing is it? So what can one do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers? Good question! And thank God for the internet because we now have access to millions of great ways to redo…

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80 Twenty Nutrition – Healthy Eating Made Simple |

November 25, 2016

Winter is here, the days are shorter and you’re barely seeing the light of day.  Does the lack of sunlight have you asking, “Should I take vitamin D supplements?” Or maybe you’re taking them already.  CBC Radio asked me this very question on the heels of a recent review in the…

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Nutrition to Kitchen |

November 25, 2016

Amazon has always had some of the best prices on kitchen ware, but today’s the day to really save BIG! I searched their Black Friday deals high and low and found these listings for my favorite  products that are a real bargain today! Some of these deals are time sensitive, so don’t…

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fANNEtastic food |

November 25, 2016

Hey guys! I hope those of you that celebrated it had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday yesterday! IâEUR(TM)m thankful for all of you âEUR” and for fried turkey. ð?~? Sidenote âEUR” a bunch of you on Instagram asked where my lace top was from âEUR” I canâEUR(TM)t find the exact one online…

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The Nutrition Key with BRG |

November 25, 2016

I love Thanksgiving. DonâEUR(TM)t you? Hopefully your Thanksgiving was filled with family, friends and delicious food!   Now that the turkey’s finished and the guests are gone, what do you do with the leftover potatoes, cranberry sauce, and stuffing? There are so many creative ways to…

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Pretty Little Grub |

November 25, 2016

If you’ve been a long-time reader then you might remember that two years ago I declared it Gilmore Girls Day when our beloved show came onto Netflix.  And now, today, Gilmore Girls: A year in the life is out! So I’m going to claim today Gilmore Girls Day again. Every other day is national…

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Eating Chalk |

November 25, 2016

I hope all my American readers stuffed themselves silly yesterday (all of my readers really!) and made good memories with family and/or friends.  Adam and I both had to work, so no festivities here, but thankfully I spent time with 3/4 of my family in St. Thomas last weekend.  P.S. No post…

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Emily Kyle Nutrition |

November 24, 2016

Hello there, I just want to let you know that this warming, delicious Zespri® SunGold Kiwifruit Cider is sponsored by my friends over at the Zespri Kiwifruit Company! As always, the opinions in this post are completely my own. Festive Fall Favorite I think we can all agree that cider is…

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Seed&Kilter; |

November 24, 2016

Lunch is one my top three favourite meals of the day and like all meals, I take it very seriously. So when I was asked by Juliette Stein over at Huffington Post to help readers made better decision when it comes to wraps, I was only too happy to help. Find the article reproduced below, and……

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cindyshealthymeals |

November 24, 2016

A small family with big hearts, dreams and the strongest of work ethics reach an even bigger community through the animals they raise and the foods that they sell.  Beef, pigs, chickens, eggs, sheep and turkeys-all raised humanely, free range and chemical free on their West Virginia…

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U Rock Girl |

November 24, 2016

If you didn’t already know it, we are HUGE fans of oven-roasting vegetables. This technique uses high heat to cook the veggies, caramelizing the natural sugars found in them, resulting in a sweet and intensely-flavored dish. Now that we are… Continue reading ->The post Oven-Roasted…

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All Around Nutrition |

November 24, 2016

It’s thanksgiving. It’s time to be thankful.  I don’t talk about my full time job here because, well I leave work at work (at least try to) and mainly focus on sports nutrition here.  I have a strong passion for clinical dietetics and sports nutrition.  I know it’s weird and…

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Healthfully Ever After |

November 24, 2016

Spiced sous vide and fried turkey breast on a roll with curried roasted vegetable salad with golden raisins and cilantro, topped with pickled cucumber slices and a spread of cardamom yogurt.  So now that Thanksgiving is nearly over, will you eat turkey again?…

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Grapefruit & Granola |

November 24, 2016

In honor of Thanksgiving-Eve here in the US, I wanted to share my thoughts about being Thankful. You may or may not remember, but I rang in 2016 by having to have surgery to get an ovarian cyst removed. I didnâEUR(TM)t share a lot of details at the time but the story was more involved […]

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Rebecca Bitzer and Associates REBEL Dietitians |

November 24, 2016

Thanksgiving Traditions from Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Alex by: Alex Raymond, RD, LD Happy Thanksgiving, we are reposting this delightful blog! Last month, I wrote about Halloween and body positive costumes. I find it fitting to write about the next holiday of the seasonâEUR¦…

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Food Fit Fabulous |

November 24, 2016

Fertilize Your Gut for Good Heath with Leeks and Asparagus  Probiotics have been getting a lot of love the last few years because of their strong link to digestive health but, just like us, they need the right type of food to thrive. The source of this food, called a prebiotic, is made…

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Kath Eats Real Food |

November 24, 2016

We are thankful for… Friends Grandparents Dogs Star Wars Ice cream Soccer Our health Sing songs Teachers iPhones Wine Mommies and daddies Our home Each other   PS. We’ll be taking a few days off to relax with our loved ones. See you next week!

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Eat Real Live Well |

November 24, 2016

I’ve done my fair share of turkey trots and was even planning on one this year in Jacksonville, FL. However, after an epic asthma attack a mile into the Rothman 8k in Philly last weekend, I decided to forgo the race and get a good couples circuit in with Tim instead. I’ve had asthma as…

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Peace, Love, and Food |

November 24, 2016

Searching for a post-holiday dish that will use up all your leftovers? Enter the Thanksgiving Breakfast frittata, packed with butternut squash, Brussels sprouts and sage. Perfect for the morning after Thanksgiving! Happy Thanksgiving, friends! I hope that you all are watching the…

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Food, Pleasure, and Health |

November 23, 2016

Is it too early to talk about holiday gifts? It’s almost December + my neighborhood Target is decked with all things glitters, red, and green. That’s a clear sign that ’tis the season. Let’s talk gifts you guys!! I am horrible with a capital H when it comes to buying gifts for others….

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Amy’s Eat List |

November 23, 2016

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The Nutrition Nomad |

November 23, 2016

Risotto is so easy to make and you can make it all in one saucepan- fantastic for camping!. I love making mine with mushrooms but you can swap for other delicious vegetables such as beetroot, peas or pumpkin. Preparation Time: 5 minutes / Cooking Time: 20-25 minutes / Serves 4 Ingredients…

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Inspired RD |

November 23, 2016

I don’t know about you, but I can’t handle the long lines and craziness of holiday shopping, so I have switched to buying almost everything online. Which is awesome because I can do it all in my PJs, cup of coffee in hand. And since I’m in a holiday shopping mood, I wanted to share some of…

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Living Upp |

November 23, 2016

I’ve gotta tell you, energy healing isn’t something that I was interested in trying until recently. I had always seen it as a bit woo-woo, and for someone who has spent nearly two decades working in traditional health care settings, it was definitely a different modality than…

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Healthy Home Cafe |

November 23, 2016

Who loves eating cake? I sure do! Despite not buying into this ‘no sugar’ thing, I’ve been experimenting making cakes using other sweeteners in place of, or to cut down[…]

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Vincci Tsui, RD |

November 23, 2016

We are just over a month away from Christmas, and already I’ve…

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The Organic Dietitian |

November 23, 2016

We have officially reached Thanksgiving week and I can’t believe how time has just flown by!  Hopefully you have your holiday meal all planned out.  If you happen to need some last minute healthy recipes check out my Healthy Thanksgiving Recipe Guide.  Today’s recipe is perfect…

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Kristyn the Dietitian |

November 23, 2016

Hi there, happy Thanksgiving! Here are some tips on how to enjoy Thanksgiving while keeping health and nutrition in mind. If you are not hosting this year offer to bring a dish or two. Choosing to bring a healthy dish will ensure that you have a healthy option to choose from. Consider making…

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Veg Girl RD |

November 23, 2016

I recently wrote a post about home-delivered snacks, but I’m a big proponent of homemade snacking too. After a visit to Fred Meyer a few months ago, I was inspired to try recreating a cubical little snack I found in… Continue reading ->The post Soft and Fruity Coconut Bites appeared first…

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Dish and Delite |

November 23, 2016

The theme for this month’s Recipe ReDux is Trimming the Table: The holiday baking season is upon us. Time to pull out all the stops. Show us the healthy holiday dessert you will be sharing with family and friends this season. I love to bake, especially over the holidays, whether it’s for…

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Dietitian on the Run |

November 23, 2016

As part of Oiselle’s 4th annual #RunGiving week, today we write. The prompt: Write about something you did to make yourself proud. — — — — — — — –I’ve been writing on the internet for almost ten years, but this one year in particular feels different. I attribute that to my…

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Delish Knowledge |

November 23, 2016

Vegan Brussels Sprout Crostini! Lemon-White Bean Spread topped with charred brussels sprouts and dried cranberry salad. A must-make for the holidays!  So much to be thankful for. It’s amazing isn’t it? When asked what we are truly thankful for, the list could go on for hours. Gratitude…

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Sara Haas RDN |

November 23, 2016

You should know how to make pie crust. Seriously, you should. Your grandma made it, your great-grandma made it and likely […]The post Best Whole Grain Pie Crust appeared first on Sara Haas, RDN, LDN.

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Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness |

November 23, 2016

[…]The post Cuba Travel Guide: Cienfuegos & Trinidad appeared first on Alissa Rumsey Nutrition | New York City Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

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MommyhoodBytes |

November 23, 2016

  ItâEUR(TM)s Thanksgiving Eve! What does that mean? Well for some of us, itâEUR(TM)s one of the biggest party nights of the year. For those of us with a two year old at home and a second baby due to make his arrival in T-minus 5 days like me, it means staying home, wearing stretchy […]The…

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Healthy Inspiration |

November 23, 2016

I believe that food has a fascinating way of connecting us.  Sitting at the dinner table with friends, family, and maybe even some people we donâEUR(TM)t even really know very well, we are able to share experiences, foods, memories and laughter, intermingling our personalities, stories,…

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Nutri Choice 4 U |

November 23, 2016

After reading about natural ways and some home remedies which will stop hair fall, letâEUR(TM)s read about some products which are used on regular basis that will make or break your hair. It was olden days when blow dryers were done in salons and parlors. Now every girl will have one for…

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The Healthy Toast |

November 23, 2016

Get your Thanksgiving off to a healthy start with one of these delicious breakfast recipes!  Out of all the tips for making healthier choices around the holidays, I think the most important one is to eat a nutritious, filling breakfast.  While it may seem like a good idea to skip breakfast…

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Pumps & Pushups |

November 23, 2016

This time last year, one of my favorite morning routines was dropping my oldest son off at preschool and taking a little shopping trip. I would browse the aisles, sip on a coffee and just think of the possibilities; it was therapy. But, this time last year, my youngest son was just a…

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Jessica Spiro Nutrition |

November 23, 2016

If your holiday to-do list is the size of your kids’ Santa wish list, make sure at least your cooking is stress-free. Check out these EASY and HEALTHY holiday appetizer recipes, as featured on San Diego 6!  Click HERE to watch the segment! Disclaimer: Thank you to Sprouts for sponsoring, in…

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A Market Basket of Nutrition Services |

November 22, 2016

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Evergreen Eats |

November 22, 2016

The perfect recipe for a lazy Sunday afternoon, this pear butter is easy to make, but takes patience as it slowly turns into a rich, flavourful spread. Cardamom adds a nice floral note, pairing (pearing?) perfectly with the sweetness of the honey. Use it to jazz up a bowl of oatmeal, some…

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Sinful Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

Pecan Pie Rice Krispie Treats — Two classic dessert recipes join forces to make these addictingly sweet and gooey bars. No marshmallows required! Holy turkey giblets, how is it seriously Thanksgiving this week?! AKA like two days from now leggings… Continue reading -> © 2010 Sinful…

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Michelle Dudash |

November 22, 2016

The first time I experimented with making broth out of a cooked turkey carcass, I was a bit skeptical about how much flavor it would really impart. Then I was blown away by how much gelatin I pulled out of that turkey carcass! This rich turkey broth is easily made with your holiday leftovers…

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Kinder Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

First of all, I would like to apologize for my lack of blogging for the past month as I had flown back to my home town (Malaysia) to visit my dad, who was very sick and long stories short, I have to be a dietitian to help get my dad get back on track with his… Continue reading Trip…

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Happy, Healthy Life |

November 22, 2016

Tick-Tock, the countdown is on! Only 48 hours âEUR~till Thanksgiving. If you’re still planning the menu for your feast, look no further because I’ve got you covered — including your shopping list for Thanksgiving success. These products and brands IâEUR(TM)m working with will help you…

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A Little Nutrition Meal Planning Inspiration & Health Eating Blog |

November 22, 2016

Tips for eating mindfully this holiday season! Shannon Cuciz talks with Whitney Harms from A Little Nutrition about how to eat mindfully this holiday season. Remember – holidays are special. But they aren’t usually RARE. In fact, for many of although the end of the year is a holiday time we…

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Pulse Nutrition YK |

November 22, 2016

People who follow me on Instagram have probably figured out that I don’t eat meat. This does NOT mean that if you come to see me I’ll try to get you to become a vegetarian, which is why I’ve avoided the topic on the blog so far. It does mean though, that when I was in a course about…

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The Grateful Grazer |

November 22, 2016

This easy vegan apple crumble is the perfect sweet treat for your next holiday party.  Made with fresh seasonal apples and warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom, this is a seasonal dessert recipe that even the most novice of bakers can pull off. We were challenged with creating…

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Sarah Remmer’s Nutrition Blog |

November 22, 2016

*This is a guest post by Real Mom Nutrition’s Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD When my first son was five years old, I was a brand new soccer mom. I didnâEUR(TM)t know the ropes. I didnâEUR(TM)t know what to expect. And I had no idea that…

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HÄLSA Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

This Nordic and French-inspired flourless pear, almond, and cardamom cake is a serious crowd pleaser. It’s also gluten-free and dairy-free, making it suitable for a variety of diets. Pure bliss. That is how I feel about this cake. I just can’t get enough of it. Perhaps because it’s made up…

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Happy Healthy RD |

November 22, 2016

As we approach one of the busiest travel days of the year, I thought I would share some of my favorite travel snacks.  Derek and I are headed south for Thanksgiving this year, and because we’re hitting the road instead of flying we have lots of room to pack healthy food (although even when I…

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Something Nutrishus Blog |

November 22, 2016

MARY ANGELA MILLERKEEPSAFE FOODfor something nutrishusMary Angela is a food service professional, but the uniqueness to her career is that she focuses on the important area of food safety. Dietetics isn’t just about what or when you eat, but also doing it safely. She is another food loving…

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CrackerJack Nutrition News |

November 22, 2016

When you Google âEUR~Couch to 5KâEUR(TM)  youâEUR(TM)re likely searching for the fastest route from the fitness of well, a relaxed root vegetable to feeling like an Olympian on the cover of a Wheaties Box. And thatâEUR(TM)s fine if youâEUR(TM)re an average root vegetable with a high…

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Nutrition Adventures |

November 22, 2016

Wake up to these holiday-inspired Cranberry Pumpkin Muffins!  It’s Thanksgiving week! Can you believe it? I’m really looking forward to going home for the holiday and spending time with family. And of course, I’m pretty excited about the Thanksgiving Day spread ð?(TM), Today is…

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My Bottomless Boyfriend |

November 22, 2016

Want to know what the best kitchen thrill is? Do this: Pick out a complicated recipe. A baked good – because those are always harder. Decide you want to change it. Choose a flavor combination that maybe no one has ever used before and you’re unsure if anyone will ever use again….

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Eat Right Mama |

November 22, 2016

It’s that time of year. Your to-do list is a mile long. Finding time to cook is tough. Sometimes you don’t even have time to sit down to eat! It’s easy to slip up and make food safety mistakes. What you really don’t have time for? Getting sick. That would totally ruin your plan to…

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Marci RD Nutrition Consulting |

November 22, 2016

Thanksgiving is a wonderful yet stressful holiday for a lot of people. The entire day is centered around food. And if food is a source of stress and anxiety for you, that’s a lot of pressure! I won’t be providing you with a list of food do’s and don’ts at your Thanksgiving meal. So if that’s…

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Homemade Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

These mini cranberry-orange turnovers are a festive and flavorful dessert for holiday gatherings!  Mini Cranberry-Orange Turnovers Makes 12 mini turnovers   Ingredients:  1 sheet puff pastry 2 cups fresh cranberries (1/2 of a 12 ounce bag) 2/3 cup sugar + 2 tablespoons   ½ cup…

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Salubrious RD |

November 22, 2016

It’s recipe redux time again and this month’s theme is: “Show us the healthy holiday dessert you will be sharing with family and friends this season.” I do love a healthy dessert. I have a few I’m working on right now. I can’t wait to get them all just right. Just a few weeks ago,…

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Foodworksblog |

November 22, 2016

When one looks at the diets of the world, we find that some stand out as part of a healthy lifestyle more than others.  Although these are simply observations of populations or cultures with a history of longevity and low … Continue reading ->

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Fit Nutrition 4 Life |

November 22, 2016

Eat a normal breakfast and a light lunch. Avoid skipping meals because it slows down your metabolism and increases hunger causing you to overeat later on. Wake up early and exercise to burn off extra calories you will be eating and to alleviate some holiday stress. Stick to water or…

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NJ Nutritionist |

November 22, 2016

In two days from now, it will be Thanksgiving. Do you have a plan for eating? Will you count up your calories and attempt to stick to your diet; or will you throw caution to the wind and stuff yourself … Continue reading ->

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Food and Nutrition Solutions by Jill |

November 22, 2016

Genetics plays a big part in developing type 2 diabetes. People who have hispanic or Latin roots are at high risk for the disease. I interviewed my friend and colleague Lorena Drago MS, RD, CDN, CDE, an expert in nutrition, diabetes and hispanic cultures. Lorena is the author of…

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Kroll’s Korner |

November 22, 2016

Crockpot Minestrone Soup! Packed with nutrients and tons of veggies, this makes for a great meat-less option for your Fall & Winter evenings. (*This post is from 2015 – and I remade the soup and took a few new pictures Nov 2016*) Even though it is officially Fall now, it is still super hot…

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Twellman Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

  Here is Part 2 of my 2 part Healthy for the Holidays series!  (in case you missed it, HERE is Part 1) Bring Something healthy Be the one to bring that veggie trayâEUR¦everyone will thank you! DonâEUR(TM)t worry, there will be plenty of the indulgent, rich stuff, and itâEUR(TM)s nice to…

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Tribeca Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

The post Surviving Thanksgiving with a picky eater by Legendary Locals of Center City Philadelphia appeared first on TribecaNutrition.Well, life is busy with Thanksgiving just round the corner. But for those of us with picky eaters in the family the thought of another mealtime drama accompanied…

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Nourished Simply |

November 22, 2016

Holiday season is upon us! Food and desserts will be plentiful.  Mini Lower Sugar Cheesecakes although topped with candied pecans and complete with a gingersnap crust are surprisingly lower in sugar…Feel your body the fuel you need to flourish. Visit my website for nutrition tips to keep…

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KH Nutrition |

November 22, 2016

Did anyone else get snow this past weekend?  A few sprinkles came our way here on Long Island and it was a harsh reminder that despite a ridiculously warm fall, winter is on it’s way.  Even though I enjoy the outdoors year round, when the weather starts to turn cold and snowy, I immediately…

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The Flourishing Foodie |

November 22, 2016

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City Girl Bites |

November 22, 2016

It’s hard to believe Thanksgiving is this week. Hopefully you’ll be able relax with family and friends and enjoy a delicious meal. However for some people, this day evokes a lot of stress for a variety of reasons  including family tension, stress from traveling,…

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The Weekly Buzz |

November 21, 2016

Want to know how NOT to prepare for something?   There are lessons from a bike coming right up that you can apply to anything at all, believe me. Do you remember that last week we talked about the importance of doing the preparing before the doing – whatever it might be? Just in case…

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Kleiner Nutrition |

November 21, 2016

It’s pie time! Later this week, I’ll be making pumpkin pie, along with a chocolate pie that my 4-year-old foodie daughter requested after eating it at a friend’s house on Rosh Hashanah. I’m not sure the pie will taste as good as her friend’s grandmother’s version, but…

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The Lean Green Bean |

November 21, 2016

Hi friends! Time for another round of Bean Bytes! Good Reads: Podcast: How To Eliminate Self Criticism To Improve Your Strength & Fitness via Lifting Revolution Positive Body Image Isn’t Passive – It’s An Active Process via The Real Life RD A Friendly Holiday Suggestion From a Mom…

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The Spicy RD |

November 21, 2016

These mini gluten free pecan pie tarts are absolutely delicious, kinda’/sorta’/a teensy bit healthy, and they’re low FODMAP and vegan too, so dig on in! Sorry. I’ve been holding out on you for awhile. I got these adorable mini cast iron pans a couple of months ago at the San Diego…

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Stressipes |

November 21, 2016

Disclaimer: IâEUR(TM)ve partnered with PLANTERS. As always, all opinions are my own. Please read my disclosure statement here. With the holiday season finally here, do you worry that shorter days and colder temperatures coupled with countless food-focused parties and events will make it even…

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RD Bytes |

November 21, 2016

Putting together holiday cookie trays will be a snap, when you make these  pumpkin spice cookies ahead of time and freeze. I’m a fan of repurposing. It’s economical, efficient, and reduces waste. Oh the pleasure of seeing used or ‘old … Continue reading ->

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Tiffany McFadden Nutrition Consulting Blog |

November 21, 2016

If you follow me on social media you see Squooshi pouches in Hudson’s school lunch. I love them. First off let me tell you a bit about them. They are cute and refillable squeeze pouches that let you decide what your kids eat in a fun container they’ll love to use. With a sturdy zip-lock style…

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Dietitian Debbie Dishes |

November 21, 2016

I made you a pie! You’ll come over and help me eat it right? A whole pie is entirely too much for just the two of us and it is just too good to not keep sneaking bites all day… For a couple of weeks now I’ve been mulling over how to create a recipe for a tasty vegan pumpkin…The post…

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Eat Good 4 Life |

November 21, 2016

The holidays are just around the corner and with that comes family gatherings. I try to balance what we eat around this time, we all know how carried away we can get. This apple cranberry pecan salad is something that I will be serving for sure in Thanksgiving. Refreshing, healthy and…

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Wholify |

November 21, 2016

Certain activities really manifest the feeling of the holidays. For me, it’s baking Christmas cookies. Getting out the spices. Rustling in the back of the drawers for those tools only used 1 month at most. Playing Mannheim Steamroller in the…Learn more about From Scratch Speculoos Cookies…

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Gulity as Charged |

November 21, 2016

College students and athletes alike are frequently interested in gaining muscle, getting leaner, building strength and making better food choices for academic and athletic performance. However, student-athletes are not knocking down my door with a particular interest in constructing a…

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Living Plate Thrive 75 |

November 21, 2016

  We are entering a chaotic time of year when self-care often takes a back seat to holiday mayhem. Four weeks of holiday celebrations, office parties, entertaining, holiday shopping, and school concerts leave very little time for prioritizing your health. Add notoriously high-calorie holiday…

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Delectable Dietetics |

November 21, 2016

Just like what came first, the chicken or the egg, how do you see nutrition and self care? Eating well is caring for yourself. Caring for yourself is eating well. Either way, self care is a key ingredient in both equations which most people tend to overlook. Just because you prioritise…

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MohrResults |

November 21, 2016

Disclosure: We have partnered with Unilever USA for this post. Opinions are our own. Life is crazy. Right? WeâEUR(TM)re all on the go, busy and trying to figure out how to fuel our busy families (or simply our busy selves!). For us, itâEUR(TM)s also the added fun of creating meals and recipes…

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Revive Wellness |

November 21, 2016

Vegan Mac and Cheese 4 servings Ingredients: 2 cups whole wheat pasta, cooked ½ cup yam, cubed and boiled 1 tsp. lemon juice 2 Tbsp. nutritional yeast 1 Tbsp. olive oil ¼ cup onions, diced 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tsp. pepper ½ cup tomato, sliced Preparation: Warm olive oil in a pot,…

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Healthy Kids Challenge Blog |

November 21, 2016

November 21, 2016Let’s review what we know about the benefits of kids in the kitchen. It is a way to:Start the conversation and help kids develop skills, like healthy meal planning, shopping, cooking and clean-up that last a lifetime.Help them feel good about themselves; the delight and pride…

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Eating Mindset |

November 21, 2016

Vitamins, minerals and trace elements are essential nutrients that your body needs in small amounts. The actual amounts you need vary. This will depend on your age, the amount of physical activity you take, your medical history, gender and for… Continue reading ->The post Do you need…

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Words to Eat By |

November 21, 2016

To the general public, there is no difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist. But to the nutrition experts who work in these diverse roles, we think there is a mountain of disparity between the two professions. But is there really? This blog is not focusing on uneducated,…

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Nutrition on the Double |

November 21, 2016

Fall is our busiest season.  School is back in session, our children are busy with fall sports and activities and we are traveling to high school and college football games. However, I would have to say that Fall is my favorite season.  I love making gingerbread with the kids and the…

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Inside Karen’s Kitchen |

November 21, 2016

Move over turkey and mashed potatoes.  It’s all about the side dishes, baby.  What else gives your plate the bright color, the memorable flavors, the vibrant nutritional value, the unique textures that make your Thanksgiving feast so unforgettable?   Scroll…

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Discover Good Nutrition |

November 21, 2016

Happy hour can result in many more calories than most dieters assume, but that doesnâEUR(TM)t mean you need to skip it altogether. With a little calorie control, you can get through 24 hour advocare challenge happy hour without blowing your diet this holiday season. Happy hour is the dieterâEUR(TM)s perfect storm. The…

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Back To The Book Nutrition |

November 21, 2016

Apple cider with a pumpkin spice twist, ready in only 10 minutes âEUR” perfect for holiday gatherings! 10 Minute Pumpkin Spice Apple Cider I love traditional apple cider but, with Thanksgiving just a few days away, adding the pumpkin seemed like a no brainer. This recipe is easy, affordable,…

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Vine Ripe Nutrition |

November 21, 2016

It’s time to trim the holiday table with some beautiful desserts! This time of year, many of us tasty desserts that we remember from our childhood along with some new ones that we have picked up along the way that have become new traditions. I hope that this little holiday dessert will become…

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Your Choice Nutrition by Dietitian Brittany |

November 21, 2016

Combine fruits + vegetables into one yummy treat with these whole wheat Apple Pumpkin Muffins! Two classic fall flavors unite for the win! Good morning, ya’ll! It’s Thanksgiving week! And we all know that Thanksgiving week means lots of cooking and baking. And for me, mostly the baking….

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Nutritious Eats |

November 21, 2016

Boost the nutritional value of your potatoes with these easy changes! Ahh, the big week is almost here. Hopefully you will be spending Thanksgiving with someone you love whether it be family or friends. It’s pretty safe to say that no one person really wants to cook the entire 12+ course…

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Olive Tomato |

November 21, 2016

Karithopita comes from the Greek word karithi which means walnut, and pita which means some sort of pie or…

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Domestic Dreamboat |

November 21, 2016

Here I am, checking in with a delicious dessert recipe. Perhaps one you may even find useful for the big holiday coming up in a couple of days. But before I tell you about these sweet, crunchy Pecan Pie Bars, I want to tell you about the fancy makeover Domestic Dreamboat just got! So if you…

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Food Science Nerd |

November 21, 2016

Feeling overwhelmed by all the holiday preparation this week?  If you have tons of relatives coming in to town, it may be overwhelming to think about what to feed them at times other than the Big Meal itself.  This month’s Recipe Redux (see links below) is here to help by giving you…

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The Candid RD |

November 21, 2016

Sometimes I just don’t have proper lighting for my photos, and this happened to be one of those times.  I’m not so cool that I have one of those photo boxes that makes everything look amazing.  So, in other words, this lasagna was better than it looks. Butternut Squash Lasagna   Print…

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Taste & See |

November 21, 2016

I sat for a long while trying to find the words I wanted to share with you this Thanksgiving week. This holiday, at its core, is one I love: it involves surrounding ourselves with people we care about, sharing a delicious meal, and remembering the things we’re thankful for. What a…

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The Crowded Table |

November 21, 2016

This healthier pumpkin pie is a crowd pleaser.  It’s perfect for your holiday meal, and you’ll never miss the gluten or dairy!  Plus its refined sugar-free, and packed with fiber and nutrients.  Your guests and family will love it! I love the holidays!  I can’t believe it’s…

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Kelly’s Healthy Kitchen |

November 21, 2016

IâEUR(TM)ve eagerly devoured a steady diet of HGTV since early high school. And if IâEUR(TM)ve learned anything from Sarah Richardson, Jonathan Scott, or Joanna Gaines over the years, itâEUR(TM)s that the most budget friendly way to achieve the look youâEUR(TM)re after is to roll up your sleeves…

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ChampagneNutritoin |

November 21, 2016

Happy November Recipe Redux! This month dietitian food bloggers are posting about healthier Thanksgiving desserts and so I created this Winter Mandarin Cranberry Upside Down Bundt Cake for you. The cranberries and mandarins create a festive color while the vanilla and cinnamon make your…

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Nutrition Starring YOU |

November 21, 2016

These Cranberry Banana Whole Grain Muffins are bursting with fresh cranberries and rich in whole grain goodness making them a yummy snack for the whole family. I have to be honest, baking is not really my thing. My mom is a gourmet cook. Every night she prepared dinner from scratch, following…

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Acrobat Nutrition |

November 21, 2016

The first time my family celebrated Thanksgiving was when my older sister, Aviva, came home from school one day and requested it be a tradition.  Both my parents grew up in Iran, where pilgrims and Indians had no place in the history, carving pumpkins was not “a thing” and in coming to…

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Chocolate Slopes |

November 21, 2016

 This Slow Cooker Cranberry Apple Stuffing is a great way to add some variety to your Thanksgiving dinner with a few tasty new ingredients added to your traditional stuffing recipe! For the past several years I have hosted Thanksgiving at my house, mostly to help my mom out since she worked…

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

November 21, 2016

It recently came to my attention that my youngest daughter, Virginia, was getting some fairly interesting nutrition information from a surprising source. Instagram. She’d been soaking up dietary tips from a pretty young woman with an Instagram account approaching 150,000 followers….

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Nutrition A – Z |

November 21, 2016

So we’ve made it to 38 weeks and not long now until we get to meet our little bubba! So if you do follow my Instagram feed, you would’ve noticed the meal prep craze that has taken over my kitchen. The fact that a KitchenAid has also made its way into my house has taken… Continue reading…

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KISS in the Kitchen |

November 21, 2016

It’s officially the week of Thanksgiving- I kinda can’t believe it. In full transparency, this week is hard. The holidays are hard- they’re different this year for a multitude of reasons, but regardless of any life changes, there are still countless things to be grateful for. Countless ways to…

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What’s for eats? |

November 20, 2016

Woo hoo! These frozen yoghurt sandwiches with fresh strawberries and white chocolate could not have come at a better time. As I hit publish on this post, it is a 38-degree day (100-degrees F) here in Melbourne. And I for one am glad for a bit of heat after a long, chilly Winter and Spring….

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A Spoon Full of Yum |

November 20, 2016

In the last few years I have discovered the joy of homemade applesauce. All my life I never knew what I was missing! Last year I froze quite a few gallons of homemade applesauce. We just finished the last quart bag a few weeks ago. (To my joy, I found it buried in the freezer!)…Read More »

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The Happiness in Health |

November 20, 2016

I’m all about healthy dessert these days. Maybe it’s the knowledge that my nursing baby eats everything I eat. Or maybe it’s the fact I recently devoured three chocolate wedding drops on my birthday and immediately felt puffier than a marshmallow in a microwave. In any case, healthy…

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NutriSavvyHealth |

November 20, 2016

This monthâEUR(TM)s recipe challenge was to create a healthy holiday dessert. I already had two bags of fresh cranberries in my fridge, so I thought IâEUR(TM)d make a Cranberry Crumble. While this isnâEUR(TM)t entirely sugar-free, the crumble is sweetened only with dates, cinnamon, coconut…

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Nutrition & Exercise Smoothie |

November 20, 2016

Overcoming Obstacles Over the winter, not a day went by that I wasn’t met with some kind of obstacle preventing me from reaching my goals. There always seemed to be some unplanned, unimaginable catastrophe, or a last minute change of plans that somehow burgeoned into … Read More

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Prevention RD |

November 20, 2016

With the flip of a switch (literally, overnight), winter has arrived in Michigan. We more-or-less skipped fall altogether and our temperatures have plummeted from the 60âEUR(TM)s to the 30âEUR(TM)s. I didnâEUR(TM)t think I hated the seasons and winter, but I think having kids has turned me into…

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The Foodie RD |

November 20, 2016

Is wine just as healthy as 1 hour of exercise? Can lemon water …

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Dianne Rishikof, Nutrition |

November 20, 2016

(This post is a little off this blog’s usually topic, but important for your health nonetheless. It was written by an outside contributor. I hope you find this post informative) Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that affects melanocytesâEUR”the cells of the skin that provide pigment….

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Dietetically Speaking |

November 20, 2016

This article was published in the November 2016 supplement edition of NHD magazine – I hope you enjoy reading about this much debated hot topic!   Fat is a macronutrient which our body needs in significant amounts to provide energy and… Continue Reading ->

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Juggling with Julia |

November 20, 2016

A mind-cleansing, heart-pumping, soul-soothing daily walk. Do you indulge in a daily walk? If so, you already reap the benefits of this healthy habit. If not, however, you have every reason to start. The benefits of walking are endless! The act of walking itself lowers your blood pressure,…

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Clinical Alimentary |

November 20, 2016

Yes it’s still November and thoughts are turning to Christmasð??,,. I apologize now ð?~? for posting this recipe but you do need to be planning and perhaps trialing recipes before the big day so here is one for consideration. Bread… Continue Reading ->

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Nutrition by Ashley |

November 20, 2016

Twice baked sweet potatoes that combine sweetness with a smoky chipotle kick. You can easily make ahead and heat up before serving. So easy, so much healthier than traditional casseroles and so mouthwatering good! These sweet potatoes have lots of decadence but are still better for you than…

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KTKnutrition |

November 20, 2016

Now that the weather has turned colder, it is time to think about how you can protect yourself and family members from getting colds or flu this winter.   There are many things people can do in terms of diet, exercise and habits that can greatly reduce your chances of getting sick.   What…

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www.KidneyGrub.com |

November 19, 2016

 know I’ve said this before about other recipes, but these are seriously awesome!  It can sometimes be hard to find plant-based renal-friendly meal, they really can’t be beat.  This is actually one of my family’s “company’s coming” recipes.

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SOL Nutrition |

November 19, 2016

If you love your Greek or Italian food, then chances are you have eaten a lot of oregano! We have made it our SOL herb of the month. SO let’s find out more about this tasty herb…..     The … Continue reading ->The post The nutritional benefits of oregano appeared first on SOL nutrition…

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Nutrition-In-Sight Blog |

November 19, 2016

Good nutrition and health are the foundation for…just about everything! Anyone that has been sick or has had to manage a health condition themselves or with a family member can appreciate the importance of health […]The post Taking a Moment to Give Thanks for Good Nutrition with Monique…

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Eat Chic Chicago |

November 19, 2016

ItâEUR(TM)s my favorite time of year âEUR” my annual healthy cookbook roundup! And with Black Friday right around the corner, it’s time to start shopping! Whether you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for that special someone or simply seeking inspiration to impress your guests this…

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tempt healthy eating |

November 19, 2016

Last week I talked about how a simple saying can be used to help your eating habits. It was  “A little bit of naughty and a lot of nice.” It sums up what a healthy diet should be. Today I…The post MyPlate or Mediterranean meal plan – What is it? appeared first on .

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the Green Dietitian |

November 19, 2016

Creamy dreamy apple and gingerbread oatmeal, perfect for dark and cold mornings. This super-simple breakfast combines oats with gingerbread spices and some sweetness from an apple and a dried fig. Healthy comfort food! I prefer to cook my oats with a non-dairy milk instead of water, with makes…

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What I’m Eating Now |

November 19, 2016

While I personally follow a omnivorous diet, I nonetheless believe in making it a plant-centric one. We do Meatless Mondays in my house, and on days we do eat meat of some kind, it’s limited…Related posts:Gluten-Free Vegetable Fried Rice Pardon me, but is that Cauliflower soup in your…

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Nutrition for the Health of It |

November 19, 2016

In this season of giving, there are many who need a gift of nutrition. This holiday season, as we all seek to find places to donate to a worthy cause before the year ends, perhaps we should consider one of the many organizations that support health and wellness with nutrition. Our support of…

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Smart Nutrition |

November 19, 2016

This article originally appeared on Kath Eats Real Food.  Kath is a Registered Dietitian and bakery shop owner who posts delicious recipes and informative nutrition articles. Check out her blog to be inspired by what a Dietitian really eats!  how to control food cravings with one simple…

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Chew On This |

November 18, 2016

Those turkey scraps that don’t fit nicely on a serving platter for Thanksgiving lend themselves very well to a favorite family recipe of mine. I would put these croquettes in the “comfort food” category. They are easy to make, use up all your leftover … Continue reading ->

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Food and Fitness Fundamentals |

November 18, 2016

By Pat Eshelman, RN, BSN, CCRCI have worked in the health care field for 42 years, the last 36 years as an RN, the past 18 in clinical research. It has been a most interesting journey. When I started in health care, stomach ulcers were believed to be caused by stress, few drugs were available…

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Down-to-Earth Dietitian |

November 18, 2016

Jen Haugen, RDN, LD, Down-to-Earth DietitianWhen I bring home two bags of groceries, I don’t think of the idea of food waste.  I don’t think I will throw almost 40% — or nearly one bag — of those foods away.  Instead, I’m thinking about how my kitchen will be restocked for recipes…

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Poppies and Papayas |

November 18, 2016

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Much More Than Food |

November 18, 2016

I heard John Oliver say it first.  2016 sucked.  I’ll be happy to close out this year, however 2016 offered its own insights and rewards.  I am grateful for many things. I’m grateful for today.  I feel good.  I am supported and loved by family and friends.  I love my…

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MSGdish |

November 18, 2016

As the holiday season kicks off, beginning with the celebration of Thanksgiving, millions of Americans join together with family and friends in homes and restaurants all over the country. On âEURoeturkey dayâEUR we consume epic portions of traditional favorites, seasonal dishes, and…

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Real Living Nutrition |

November 18, 2016

There are several reasons why I love Thanksgiving. As a lifelong foodie and nutritionist I obviously love the food. More so than the actual food, I love that everyone cooks and contributes something special.  My Mom and I usually spend all day in the kitchen; cooking, baking, and praying that…

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Healthy Eating for Families |

November 18, 2016

Show your pancreas whoâEUR(TM)s the boss with diabetes-friendly sweeteners: stevia and monk fruit. Guest Post By: Anna Velazquez, Dominican University Nutrition Student   Are you tired of tiptoeing around every birthday cake or after-dinner dessert with your glucometer? Say no […]

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ecoRDN |

November 18, 2016

Need a quick and easy plant-based dish for your holiday feast or seasonal potluck? Well, look no further! Let ecoRDN’s Spicy Basil Lentils be this year’s go-to champion!

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nutritioulicious |

November 18, 2016

This Thanksgiving keep this survival guide by your side with 10 tips to help you have a healthier Thanksgiving and start to the holiday season. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday – it’s a day to give thanks, spend time with friends and family, and of course eat! A traditional…

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Jessica Bailes, APD |

November 18, 2016

A common question people have when learning to eat normally is HOW??? How do you go from what seems like a lifetime of diets to feeling in tune with 8th your body and relaxed about food. There are a few models for this – two I like are Evelyn Trible’s “Intuitive Eating”, and Ellyn…

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Global Dietitians |

November 17, 2016

Last Saturday I was happy to conduct an educational session to a group of mothers and families of the city of Lanus, as a volunteer (and recipient of a mini-grant) for Kids Eat Right. Kids Eat Right is an educational campaign of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Foundation to promote…

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

November 17, 2016

We all have at least a vague idea of how our lives should look like. Most goals we set for ourselves are short- or mid-term. A long-range game plan or grand design is much harder to follow. But that doesnâEUR(TM)t mean we shouldnâEUR(TM)t take a closer look at whatâEUR(TM)s in the cards for us…

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EnlightenU Nutrition Consulting |

November 17, 2016

Special occasions or holidays often involve family rituals and traditions with food. However, holidays pose unique challenges for people with disordered eating or eating disorders that often disrupt the joyful part of their celebration. For an individual who is preoccupied … Continue reading…

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Chews Mindfully |

November 17, 2016

Around this day 14 years ago I was getting ready for my 1st semi-formal dance. I didnâEUR(TM)t have a date, but was going with a group of girlfriends and a few other guys. It was a great group and I was happy…

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Modest Nutrition |

November 17, 2016

Choose more sources of fibre, especially soluable fibre foods. Here’s a list of some of the common fibre foods and it’s contents. My suggestion is that you review the current amount of fibre you are consuming in an average day, do this for a week to get you baseline. Once you have a good…

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Parenting Diabetes |

November 17, 2016

It’s that time of year, the holidays are upon us. In the US, we are celebrating Thanksgiving and then Christmas is around the corner. Frequently the holidays involve traveling to see family. With diabetes, that’s a whole extra suitcase sometimes. Here’s my tips on traveling with diabetes:…

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Cool Wet Grass by Naomi Cahill |

November 17, 2016

Last week I was honoured to co-host a womenâEUR(TM)s wellness retreat here at Coco Loco, and what an amazing 7 days it was. As we sat on the beach watching the sunset on the last day, the words âEUR~inspiredâEUR(TM) and âEUR~gratefulâEUR(TM) percolated through my mind. Maybe I was carried…

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Raise Healthy Eaters |

November 17, 2016

Welcome to MaryannJacobsen.com, formerly Raise Healthy Eaters. I’m The Indie Author RD writing books that strengthen the health and well-being of families.The post My New Website MaryannJacobsen.com (and Why I’m No Longer Hiding) appeared first on Maryann Jacobsen.

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Just The Right Byte |

November 17, 2016

Need some new and creative lunch ideas? How about a lunch box packing app you can’t refuse and the story of a mom’s entrepreneurial journey?  Meet Gillian Fein, my guest in this episode of The Nourished Child podcast, and the […]The post TNC 017 Kid-Friendly Lunch Ideas: I’ve Got an App…

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Nutrition by Nazima |

November 17, 2016

Exercise is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Even though exercise is often seen as a way of losing weight, it offers many more benefits to health. Exercise fights heart disease such as high blood pressure, boosts your mood and energy, can help you sleep better,…

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Well Diva Lifestyle |

November 16, 2016

Yes, yes, itâEUR(TM)s that yummy time of year again! Beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes… she forgot butter, sugar, cream and swine, then you gain a couple of pounds, sleep a couple of days, and feel all bloated by Monday. I remember a time when I had to provide a place to lay down and digest my…

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WeightWise |

November 16, 2016

Weight loss surgery should be used more often as a treatment for diabetes recommends new guidelines. The guidelines were published recently in the journal Diabetes Care, a publication of the American Diabetes Association. The new recommendations for using weight loss surgery for diabetes…

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Pie Hole Blogger |

November 16, 2016

The term “FODMAP” has cropped up several times in recent posts. Today, rather than adding a link where you can read about it yourself, here’s a dedicated post about it. So, without further ado, for all the your FODMAP needs, let’s get going! 1. WTF is a FODMAP? Answer: The acronym means:…

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Jennifer Brown Wellness |

November 16, 2016

From a food perspective, Thanksgiving is a day of feasting. Merriam-Webster defines feast as âEURoea special meal with large amounts of food and drink.âEUR While the holiday is intended to be a celebration of gratitude for the abundance in our lives, the abundance of food can be…

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Newlywed Nutrition |

November 16, 2016

Fiber is your friend! The average American does not get enough fiber. Getting adequate fiber in your diet helps with Weight Management Blood Sugar Control  Heart Disease Fiber can aid in decreasing risk for  Diabetes Increased Risk for Diabetes Heart Disease Overweight/Obesity   Answers to…

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Smart Eating for Kids |

November 16, 2016

We are big fans of broccoli in our home. Oddly enough, it’s the one vegetable that we all agree on….The post Good for You Glossary: Broccoli appeared first on Smart Eating for Kids.

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Multivitamin Guide Blog |

November 16, 2016

With a busy schedule, you may find it difficult to sit down to a low calorie, nutritious meal every day and just grab some fast food to eat when you are on the go. Perhaps you eat well, but have little time to go to the gym or exercise on a regular basis. When taken […] Read more »The post…

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Desi~licious RD |

November 16, 2016

A traditional Indian curry gets a unique seasonal twist. Chickpea kale curry with spaghetti squash makes for a simple, flavorful, and satisfying meal. Vegan and gluten free. Click here for…The post Chickpea Kale Curry With Spaghetti Squash – The Video appeared first on Shahzadi Devje,…

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Nutrition Detectives |

November 16, 2016

As a dietitian, I get a lot of people and patients alike, who label me as the food police. That is really further from the truth, as I see myself as a nutrition expert who can help guide people to make changes to their nutritional health for sustainable, long-term changes to their…

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2 Your Health |

November 16, 2016

Bakers and bread-lovers, rejoice! Sodium-free baking powder and baking soda DO exist, and 2YourHealth is here to tell you where to find them and how to use them.The post Break Bread This Thanksgiving, Sodium-Free appeared first on 2YourHealth.

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Balancing Life Wtih Nutrition |

November 16, 2016

Pumpkin and chai tea, two fall favorites, are combined here to make a mouth watering coffee cake.  Not too sweet, it’s a great addition to any brunch or even as a stand alone dessert.  The base is almond flour, so it makes bringing a gluten-free option easy for those new to learning how…

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Mariette Abrahams Blog- The Personalized nutrition Consultant |

November 16, 2016

World Diabetes dayIt was World Diabetes day with world-wide coverage and concerns around the epidemic. The focus of this year by supporting organizations such as the International Diabetes Federation was around eye health, and that more should be done by governments to prioritize diabetic…

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Corinne Dobbas |

November 15, 2016

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Sweet Cayenne |

November 15, 2016

Whitney ReistToday I’m sharing what’s on my Thanksgiving menu – it’s my first year hosting and I’m just a little excited… This past weekend I checked out of the internets and banned social media for a quick trip to Kansas City. I came back to a crashed website that had been MIA for a…

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TastyBalance Nutrition |

November 15, 2016

The holidays are upon us!  Maybe you’re super excited and can’t wait to celebrate with friends and family or maybe you’re a tad nervous and worried about weight gain during this calorie heavy time of the year! Perhaps you’re more than a tad nervous.  You’re down right freaking…

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Food Sensitivity Solutions(TM) |

November 15, 2016

Get ready for a delicious vegan meal with this sweet potato bowl with chimichurri recipe. What is chimichurri exactly? It is basically a flavorful sauce with various herbs that pairs well with meat. In this case, it pairs perfectly with… Continue reading ->

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DiabeteSteps Rx |

November 15, 2016

In our quest to continue a “clean and delicious” Thanksgiving Day meal, don’t stop now and settle for “canned” cranberry sauce.  Oh no, that just won’t do!  This recipe is from glutenfreeandmore. Warning:  It is high in sugar and carbohydrates!  Before adding all of the sugar it…

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Less Sugar, More Spice |

November 15, 2016

We’re now past Halloween but I’m still in the pumpkin mood. I loved this display at the Sprouts a couple weeks back. I even pick up a few for the front door – obviously they were the edible kind. And because Halloween is past I’m thinking of baking up a few of my pumpkins  – ……

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Chew the Facts |

November 15, 2016

Guest Blog by Kimberly Bennett, EMU Dietetic Student Want to find a new holiday groove this year? And stick with it? LetâEUR(TM)s talk about where to turn when you need some comfort and you think only that big magic plate of … Continue reading ->

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Healthy Ideas Place |

November 15, 2016

If you’ve been around Pinterest or Instagram for any length of time, you have likely seen a number of bowl recipes. They’re known by many different names, such as buddha bowl, power bowl, noodle bowl, quinoa bowl, lunch bowl, breakfast bowl, salad bowl, and the list goes on and on….

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Southern Fried Nutrition |

November 14, 2016

Y’all.  Whether we like it or not, it IS the holiday season. Not almost.  Starbucks has their holiday cups out. Target has their Christmas trees up. And (gulp) I’m about to order my 2017 planner! Holy crap!  Where did the whole stinking year go? Did it go to chasing your dreams,…

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Whole Green WEllness |

November 14, 2016

In a radical shift against the diet culture weâEUR(TM)ve been raised in that fuels self-loathing, the body positive movement is gaining momentum with no slowing down in sight. WeâEUR(TM)ve been taught both directly and indirectly that we must look a certain way, a way which only 5% of the female…

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The Portion Teller |

November 14, 2016

Below is my blog post for Huffington Post “Avoid these 5 portion pitfalls which can derail your diet.”  You can also read it here.  As a portion size advocate, I believe all foods can fit into a healthy diet. However, while you can enjoy larger portions of certain foods (fruits and…

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Eighty Twenty |

November 14, 2016

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Susan Weiner Nutrition |

November 14, 2016

November 14th is World Diabetes Day. The International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization started World Diabetes day in 1991 to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of diabetes. This yearâEUR(TM)s theme is âEURoeeyes on diabetesâEUR. Diabetes can lead to…

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Eat to Compete |

November 14, 2016

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Nutrition Awareness |

November 14, 2016

You’ve probably already heard that DHA is really important during pregnancy. You also know that pregnancy is a time of high metabolic and nutritional needs. Why is DHA so important? Our bodies do not have the ability to make DHA, so you have to consume it through food. DHA is important for…

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360 Family Nutrition |

November 14, 2016

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

November 14, 2016

After my video about the benefits of caffeine, I got a lot of questions from people who want to cut back on their caffeine âEUR” because theyâEUR(TM)re sensitive to the effects of caffeine, having sleep problems, or maybe because theyâEUR(TM)re pregnant. If thatâEUR(TM)s you, IâEUR(TM)ve got…

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Food Trainers |

November 14, 2016

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Lighten Up! |

November 14, 2016

  This dish is a wonderful low glycemic mediterranean dish that has 17 grams of fiber, plant like protein as well as vitamin C, A, magnesium, and zinc. It is one of my favorite recipes because it is takes about … Continue reading ->

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Weiler Nutrition News |

November 14, 2016

You may have heard the big announcement that Health Canada is revising the Food Guide (CFG) and consultations are open for only 45 days until December 8th.  CFG was last changed over 10 years ago so donâEUR(TM)t miss this chance … Continue reading ->

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Sue’s Nutrition Buzz |

November 13, 2016

  Carrot Milk! A blend of fresh cold pressed carrot juice and fresh coconut milk  makes a heady, healthy cocktail that is good for you!  Fresh pressed carrot juice is brimming with nutrients and when combined with the healthy fat in coconut milk, gets absorbed better making it twice as…

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Food from the Garden |

November 13, 2016

More than 416 million adults worldwide have diabetes. About 95 percent of those have type 2 diabetes. Common symptoms include increased thirst, increased hunger, increased urination, unplanned weight loss or gain, fatigue, blurred vision, and numbness or tingling in the feet. Those who…

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The Educated Plate |

November 13, 2016

Pumpkin spice is my Franks Hot Sauce. Come fall, I put that sh*t on everything!Pumpkin in its roasted, spice and butter forms offer robust flavor and character to the naturally smooth and creamy texture of hummus. Winter squashes have so many nutritional benefits making it…

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Supermarket Nutrition |

November 12, 2016

By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by Wild Blueberries with The Recipe Redux and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time. The letter B is my favorite letter of the alphabet. Not only does my name start with B, but…

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Daily Dose Dietitian |

November 12, 2016

Apple Nachos This recipe is perfect for a sweet snack or a fun girls night in! Servings2 Prep Time10 Minutes Ingredients 2 Whole ApplesHoneycrisp is the best ;] 1Handful GranolaAny kind that you prefer 2 Tbsp Peanut ButterPreferably with no sugar added/natural 1-2Tbsp Shredded Coconut…

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Nourish Blog |

November 12, 2016

Recipe for Pumpkin Feta Tart. Featuring roasted pumpkin, feta, Kalamata olives, rosemary and arugula, this healthy seasonal dish is sure to be a favorite at your next gathering!

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Heather’s Blog |

November 12, 2016

Winter is coming and that means soupâEUR(TM)s on in my house. This homemade wedding soup is one of my favorites because it is a balance of healthy carbohydrates, plenty of protein and a bit of fat for flavor, all mixed into one meal.  I posted this wedding soup recipe last year on Instagram…

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Dietitian without Borders |

November 12, 2016

Energy requirements are calculated by combining resting metabolic rate (RMR) together with an activity factor which measures how active you are. The more active a person is, the more energy your body requires on top of the RMR. Even if you are fairly sedentary, your body will still require…

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Nutrition Sleuth |

November 11, 2016

When it comes to holiday meals, my foodie family isn’t interested in tinkering around with lighter spins on the classics. We use real cream in our mashed potatoes, regular sausage in our stuffing, and plenty of butter in the pie crusts (along with vodka… but that’s a story for another…

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Alexia Lewis RD |

November 11, 2016

Simply Earth provided an âEURoeEssential Oil Recipe BoxâEUR to me free of charge in exchange for a blog review. Yes, this is #sponsored quid pro quo âEUR” all opinions in my reviews are mine and I if love it or hate it, IâEUR(TM)ll let you know. I donâEUR(TM)t know a lot about essential…

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fresh-you |

November 11, 2016

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Empowered Eating Blog |

November 11, 2016

The post What I Learned From Gilmore Girls About Recovery appeared first on Empowered Eating.

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Empowered Eating |

November 11, 2016

The post What I Learned From Gilmore Girls About Recovery appeared first on Empowered Eating.

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Nutritionally Fit |

November 11, 2016

Thanksgiving is one of the greatest holidays of the year. It means we are surrounded by lots of yummy food and our closest family and friends. WhatâEUR(TM)s there not to love?! Well, maybe the food coma weâEUR(TM)re all familiar with feeling afterwards. Thanksgiving dinner doesnâEUR(TM)t have to…

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The Food Sommelier Podcast |

November 11, 2016

In this tasty episode of The Food Sommelier Podcast, I interview Erin Peisach w/ Food Sensitivity Solutions about food sensitivities, the LEAP diet, & more.The post Episode 046: All About Food Sensitivities w/ Erin Peisach appeared first on Food Sommelier.

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Kristen Yarker Nutrition Small Bites |

November 10, 2016

While presenting a workshop on Monday, a small group of parents pulled me aside and asked a question that I get asked all the time. âEURoeWhat do you think about sneaking in vegetables? Is hiding veggies okay?âEUR You know what…Read more >

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Chow and Chatter |

November 10, 2016

This is a simple salad, using figs from my garden and salad greens and tomatoes from my farm. My little fig tree that is about 5 years old, produced weeks of amazing figs and saved us money buying them. If you live in a region that gets colder winters its good to plant a fig tree close to…

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Lauren Minchen Nutrition |

November 10, 2016

  What to do when that time of year rolls around? Candy, cakes, pies, ice cream, cookies, mashed potatoes, rolls, biscuits, pancakes, waffles, pumpkin this, and peppermint that. Every year when October rolls around, my clients begin thinking about how to strategize their weight management…

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Dietitians on a Mission |

November 9, 2016

The clock strikes five. You scurry out of the office, and run a mental inventory of your refrigerator, and realize your choices are slim. After a long day, the last thing you want to do is cook a meal for your family. WeâEUR(TM)ve all been there. The moment when ordering take-out, or hitting…

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Nutrition Info 411 |

November 9, 2016

Evelyn and Elyse discuss their experiences creating the Intuitive Eating model, as well as their latest how-to book,The Intuitive Eating Workbook: Ten Principles for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food(available for pre-order). Enjoy this interview with BodyLoveStudio host, Jessi…

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Tovita Nutrition |

November 9, 2016

Inspired by eating a TON of cauliflower pizza on Monday night, thanks to our girl @officialcauligirl, we created yet another healthy spin on the classic cheesy slice. We love this recipe because it’s super simple (if you can read this, you can make it) and delicious. It combines…

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Nourishing Results |

November 9, 2016

As Halloween passes we are in full steam ahead to the holiday season. One must tread lightly; Halloween candy is on sale and this is only the beginning of many temptations to come. Take a moment to think back on your last holiday season. You may notice that health was not at the forefront, and…

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Real Bite Nutrition |

November 9, 2016

I have written about orthorexia before, but this post is specific to athletic performance. Early in my career, I worked with a college female cross country team that was experiencing a high occurrence of stress fractures. What I discovered was that the majority of the team had disordered…

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Be Well |

November 9, 2016

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Bite In2 Life |

November 9, 2016

I’m onto my third day of a ten day challenge I have set myself- to go (temporarily) vegan. And three days in, it has only just struck me that this could be a good thing to blog about.I’m doing well so far with my mission to get my health back on track, and will share more about what has and…

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Whole Health RD |

November 8, 2016

Welcome to Real Food Radio! This week Nicole is on assignment, so I invited Ryan Whitcomb to the show for an interview about the Microbiome and probiotics. Ryan is a registered dietitian and owner of Gut RXN Nutrition, which specializes in treating individuals with food sensitivities relating…

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Step Up To The Plate |

November 8, 2016

Election Day is finally upon us. If youâEUR(TM)re glued to your TV watching the election results roll in, you may be up late snacking. Make this election night a healthier, winning one for you by planing ahead and opting for … Continue reading ->

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a Sloppy Chef |

November 8, 2016

Glowing, healthy skin is yours with these five secrets! 1. Eat probiotics every day. Probiotics, especially Lactobacillus Jonsonii, help reduce inflammation and speed skin healing. Good sources of probiotics include kefir, yogurt, and tempeh. Make sure to eat them daily for healthy skin!…

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Thinking Nutrition |

November 7, 2016

Eating fruits and vegetables are good for your health in so many different ways. Now in the first major scientific study of its kind, eating more of these powerhouse foods has been linked to substantial increases in peopleâEUR(TM)s happiness levels. Fruits and vegetables have an abundance of…

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School Meals That Rock |

November 7, 2016

School Meals That Rock is proud to partner with Barilla K-12 Pasta to promote whole grain pasta in school meals. Why? It’s quite simple: I serve Barilla products at home and I believe that they are a deliciously wholesome way for school … Continue reading ->

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Eat Simply |

November 7, 2016

Welcome to Real Food Radio! This week Nicole is on assignment, so I invited Ryan Whitcomb to the show for an interview about the Microbiome and probiotics.  Ryan is a registered dietitian and owner of Gut RXN Nutrition, which specializes in treating individuals with food sensitivities…

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Family. Food. Fiesta. |

November 7, 2016

Brussels Sprouts have made a serious comeback. In the past, they may have been viewed as gross. However, now you can find …The post 31 Delicious Brussels Sprouts Recipes From Dietitians appeared first on Sarah Koszyk.

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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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Real Food For Fuel |

November 7, 2016

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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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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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Be the Change Nutrition |

November 4, 2016

Last week I mentioned turmeric as an ingredient in the curry powder in my butternut squash soup.  I got to thinking, “Really, how often do I eat curry powder or turmeric?”    Not very regularly and considering the proclaimed antioxidant and … Continue reading ->

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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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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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Nutrition & You! |

November 3, 2016

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Stirlist |

October 29, 2016

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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…

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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

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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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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

Audience Background…

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Top Balance Nutrition |

June 3, 2016

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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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The California Mediterranean Diet |

July 20, 2012

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Confessions of an Overweight Dietitian |

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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August 15, 2010

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Edible Nutrition |

June 24, 2010

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Nutrition 101 |

June 24, 2010

Spices are an amazing way to amp up a dish’s flavor and nutritional value. This salad features a mix of dried spices that are a perfect complement to some of my favorite winter ingredients – cauliflower, pomegranate, and fennel. The spices, roasted cauliflower and toasted hazelnuts bring…

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The Advantages of Joining a Multi-Level Marketing Company by Anthony Harris

Multi-level marketing companies are the trend today. A lot of these companies have sprouted over the internet in the past few years. While it is quite easy to understand the concept between these companies, there are some things that you have to know so you can decide favorably into joining a multi-level marketing company.

For starters, a lot of multi-level marketing companies provide their clients with residual income. Residual income means that you’re receive monetary benefits from the business for the rest of your life or for the rest of the company’s life, whichever expire first. Multi-level marketing opportunities are a good source of income once you have laid the grounds of a solid foundation.

More than monetary benefits, MLM marketing companies also provide their members with continuing training and support. These companies have all the internet marketing tools at their disposal. If you were a multi-level marketing newbie, you will definitely earn a lot from these companies. And if you stick long enough, you’re knowledge would soar to the extent that you can start your own MLM business!

By joining a multi-level marketing company, you are actually providing yourself of substantial income now and in the near future. All you have to do is to follow all the necessary steps your upline or your mentor teaches you. Each company has their own support group that you can take advantage of. More often than not, they are providing each of their members email training modules, and online conferences and seminars to make you successful.

If you are hesitant to join a multi-level marketing company on the basis that you can’t possibly perform as how do you become an advocare distributor well as the other members ahead of you, think again. The people behind multi-level marketing companies started like you. There are in the same footing as you are. They are not in anyway more advanced, more knowledgeable, and more talented than you are.

The only difference between you and them is their persistence to succeed and the motivation to earn money. Those who have been successful in multi-level marketing are the ones who have devoted a good amount of time, energy, and money in the business. They worked hard to achieve the status they are enjoying right now. The only thing you have to do is to duplicate the same things that they did.

Start your quest towards the top of the MLM ranks by learning the tricks of the trade. Keep in mind that you can promote your business online and offline. Online, you can promote the opportunity at MLM forums, business web directories, and related blog sites. You can also set up your own business page if you like.

Offline, you can do snail mail marketing and similar stuff. You can give away fliers and brochures bearing your online business so people are free to check them out. It all boils down to the amount of creativity that you employ.

If the doubt you have is whether or not you’ll succeed in a multi-level marketing business, only you can answer that. Joining an MLM business alone won’t make your rich. It takes time and hard work. And if you think you can do that, why not take advantage of the opportunity being offered to you right now?

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Fitness tips for kayakers. Stay in shape with MMA.

It is common understanding that in the United States we have a significant problem with obesity as well as health generally. This is due to a lack of understanding of ways to effectively take care of your physical fitness. By adhering to the tips in this short article you will certainly be able to promptly improve your total fitness while kayaking.

Set up your weightlifting regular around your fitness objectives. If you are trying to create large, large muscle you’ll want to do even more weight, yet with longer rest periods between sets and also in between exercises. If you are aiming to create lean muscles with high endurance, you wish to raise less weight, but do it more often and with much shorter remainder times.

Do not fail to remember to do your cardio. Even if you are aiming to just develop muscular tissue to your structure, cardio is necessary. It includes some selection to your workout with Kickboxing & Jiu Jitsu Milwaukee. It keeps your body limber and does not allow your muscle mass to work out right into a routine. In time it is also a wonderful means to build lean muscle mass.
You could raise the chance that you attain your fitness goals if you plan as well as stick to a day-to-day routine. By doing the same points at the same times, you will certainly fall into a pattern that is more difficult to break than it is to keep. By doing this your health and fitness routine will certainly end up being acquired behavior.

practicing-for-the-race-involves-a-lot-of-cardio-exerciseIf you haven’t signed up for self defense classes, one of the very best health and fitness buddies you could choose is a great dog who will constantly enjoy doing anything you intend to do! When you have a canine good friend to maintain you firm, you will certainly have a lot of motivation to go for everyday walks, bike trips, toss a Frisbee or ball in the park. Having a good pet dog to take care of will maintain you active and in shape!

 

A great method to get fit, is to do your cardio first thing in the early morning, before morning meal. Carrying out cardio by doing this, faucets right into your fat stores because you haven’t had anything to consume. This is among the most reliable means to shed fat via cardio.

Utilize the stairways instead of the lifts whenever you can. Stair climbing is a terrific method to get a little workout throughout the day. A couple of tours of stairs could provide you a good workout for your heart and legs. When you do this throughout the day at the office, you would certainly be shocked at just how much workout you are able to fit in by the time you leave for house.

take-on-the-pros-when-you-train-for-mmaDips are a fantastic exercise for your triceps, but by slighting moving your body, you could exercise your breast as well. While doing the dips, place your elbows in and also maintain your body right to function your triceps muscles. To function your breast, lean forward as well as put your arms out slightly.

Wether you’re on a canoe or a charter fishing boat, concentrate the efforts of your reverse crises as well as hanging knee elevates to your abs make sure you round your back onward. A lot more particularly, round it by doing a forward roll of your pelvis and also hips toward your breast. If you increase your legs instead, you will certainly simply be exercising your hip flexors.

If you are simply beginning to exercise, you ought to attempt to work out until you could not function any additionally. By this I imply you should remain to do reps till you could not raise your established any type of longer. This assists to build up your toughness much faster when first start.

Physical fitness is a crucial active ingredient in feeling great regarding on your own. It is not essential to be miserable in order to be fit and also with time you might also learn to choose the healthier lifestyle. It is still feasible to reverse this excessive weight trend in the United States and also adhering to the above suggestions is the initial step in doing that.

Chiropractor For Acid Reflux in Racine Wisconsin

chiropractors-in-racine-help-with-herniated-discsCan you chiropractor really help you with your acid reflux disorder? It might sound odd that you will go to the chiropractor for acid reflux but before you reject this idea please read this article. Please read it because you might find out that they can help to alleviate the pain that you are experienced. After all don’t we go to the chiropractor to help reduce pain? Is it still outside that I did are two possibilities that you Chiropractic also help with acid reflux disorder? Well, I don’t think that it is. I don’t think that it is because chiropractors are doctors who know all about the body and managing and alleviating pain. They often take a very holistic approach which is a whole body approach to helping people. So if they know about the body and it take a whole body approach, then why can’t they help with acid reflux.

So sure they might not be the first choice and you’re mine but it definitely can help you. They can help you to bring your body back into balance. A body that is not a balance is prone to illnesses of all kind. Not using your body correctly because aggravate acid reflux. Stretching and having your body properly aligned can help reduce many of the issues that acid reflux causes. So there are many things that a chiropractor can do to help you with this issue. They can help you with General health issues like balance in your body. They can help you put your body in proper alignment. They can help you with stretches that can stretch your esophagus which will alleviate a lot of the pain that you have. It might even help you remove the acid and stomach acids that attack the esophagus.

So there are many things that I can do to help you and you should contact us.

Check them out because she tried so many other things that have not helped you. Check them out because you want an alternative approach. Check them out because she want to know the options that are available for you. Check them out because you’re curious about the approach that they’re going to take. Check them out because you know that they probably have a solution that will work for you.

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You have absolutely nothing to lose when you try out the chiropractor for this issue. The worst case scenario is that you’re just going to feel better and your acid reflux might remain. But the truth is you’re probably going to feel better overall and you will be alleviated from the pain that acid reflux cause issues.

So check out your local chiropractor in Racine, ask them what they can do for acid reflux, take their instruction, except their advice and give it a shot. You just might find that you find the perfect solution for acid reflux problem. You might find it after all the treatments and other options that you have tried to do that this is the one that actually works well for you. You should be open to alternative methods because often they are the ones that work the best. It typically works best after you have tried everything else that has not worked and those are typically the traditional methods that everyone tries. Have you tried everything else, try to best and you will see for yourself that this is a good option.

Remove Doggie Smells, in Your Living Room, Carpet and Chairs Cleaning

Canine proprietors enjoy their pets, but don’t such as the pet smells and also remaining smells that emanate from the carpeting, furniture and also entire residence. A lot of family pet smells get utilized to it in a means, but in time they realise that adequate is as well much to bear, something needs to be done about it.

So how do you obtain rid of those stinky, sticking around doggie smells in your residence? Well the good information is that it’s fairly effortlessly done. The bad information is that you have to comply with the suggestions provided in this article routinely and constantly to keep the smells away.

< br/ > To say bye-bye to pet dog scents as well as odors, start with the dog – keeping your pooch clean and healthy is a must do.

Next off, there are modifications in advance for your pet dog’s behavior and also access to furnishings in your home. It’s time to thoroughly clean your house, furnishings as well as carpetings.

Lastly, there are suggestions on stop-gap ventilating approaches that function, but do not hurt or disturb your or your pet.

Learn just how you and also your dog can discuss a wonderful clean, sweet-smelling home, the method you want it to smell.

While many people believe that pet dogs are normally foul-smelling, this is not true, especially for some types.

Occasionally, the foul scent may signify some ailment or disease, which may be the cause.

This applies not just to the pet dog’s breath, yet additionally to the basic body odor. The noticeable things to examine yourself are below. If you have various other worries see your veterinarian.

Fur Problem and Fleas – Dogs that have major flea issues occasionally create allergies and also skin irritabilities that leave an undesirable smell on the skin.

Make use of a flea repellent, deal with the areas where fleas reproduce as well as use a flea-control hair shampoo.

Matted hair around the anus an obvious source of scents.

Clean the canine’s ears – If your canine is scraping the ears a whole lot, there are indications of soreness or inflammation or there is a foul scenting discharge or down payment in the ears, it’s time to take your dog to the vet infection.

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Change of Diet and General Health – Dogs that are typically undesirable as a result of poor diets or an absence of vitamins may have undesirable skin and also hair.

Skin Allergies – Various skin allergies should trigger skin infections as well as damaging leading to odors.

Enhance oral health – Dogs develop bad breath when then their teeth and also mouths are not taken care of properly. This could cause foul breath and also stinky saliva.

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Try to find signs of tooth degeneration as well as gun illness.

Brush the dog’s teeth at the very least when a week as well as usage natural herbs and dental chews to control foul-smelling breath smell.

The mouth smells might be because of digestive issues that require to be examined if there are no issues with the mouth as well as teeth.

Left over Food – Some pet dogs leave food residues in odd places and also these could cause scents.

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If you want a clean house, begin with a clean dog, as well as eliminate the dog’s foul breath as well as anything that could be triggering it. Here are some ideas:

Frequent grooming is needed to lessen odors. Brush your canine every day for regarding 5 mins to remove loose hair. This will minimize the quantity of fur that builds up all around your home. Animal hair does have an aroma as well as it includes to the general gunk. There are different Furminator tools for extensively cleaning your pet’s coat.

Clean your canine often and also correctly. Mix together some all-natural pet dog hair shampoo (shot homemade ones) with about one mug of apple cider vinegar. This ventilates as well as works as a rinse. Laundry your canine completely, without missing out on any type of places. Rub the shampoo as well as vinegar well into the base of the hair using your fingertips in order to help massage the skin, as well as get rid of dirt around the hair’s roots.

Rinse extensively with clean water after washing

Dry the canine entirely before allowing it back right into the residence. Incomplete or insufficient drying could create the sour ‘damp canine’ smell on the dog’s layer, that could stay also after the canine dries. The wet pet tiny can likewise be moved to carpetings as well as furnishings. Use bunches of tidy, thick towels or perhaps an old hair clothes dryer using the most affordable heat setup. When the coat is entirely dry, brush in an all-natural deodorizing powder to finish the tidy as well as ensure the odor is fresh. Yet make sure this does not annoy the dog and make it desire to coming in dirt as well as filth.

Repeat if required to eliminate excess oils, dirt, dead hair and bacteria that may still be sticking to your pet’s fur and causing odors.

If after washing your dog a couple of times, the hair still scents bad, use some mouthwash to a cloth as well as wipe it over your pet’s layer. Rinse after a couple of mins.

Restrict Access to Parts of your home

Time to Review What Your Dog Can, and also Can’t Do in Your House

If you enable your dog to climbing the couch or the bed you will generate a bigger odor and also cleansing problems compared to if you exert more control. There is a middle ground where individuals put a rug on component of the lounge that the pet understands it is their place. This makes it simpler to maintain this area clean by regularly changing the carpet. Applying some discipline as well as changing your dog’s behaviors should truly help maintain smells away.

Thoroughly Clean Your House and Furniture

A clean residence is a deodorised house. If you have a pet dog the residence will certainly have the tendency to get dirtier quicker and also it will certainly stat to scent. It is truly that basic. Canines often tend to leave residues everywhere that build up therefore you will require to clean up your home better and also more frequently than if you did not have a pet dog.

You should sweep as well as vacuum every nook as well as cranny of your house to obtain rid of hair, skin cells and general dirt that the dog brings right into the home. Take certain care to inspect under carpets, carpetings beds and furnishings for loosened items and also hair.

The best means to deodorise carpets and also furnishings is making use of baking soft drink. Sprinkle it liberally over you carpetings, sofas, carpets and also bed treatments. Leave it on for some time then vacuum cleaner once again extensively. The sodium bicarbonate will usually deodorise the carpet and also furnishings. If the odor stays you will certainly have to shampoo your carpetings as well as furnishings treatments with products that leave a fresh tidy smell. Renting out carpet as well as upholstery cleaning devices or obtaining it done expertly may be called for to obtain a clean slate.

When you clean doggie towels, sheets, carpets and bed linen, add some baking soft drink to the laundry powder, and also some white vinegar in the rinse water to provide added cleaning power as well as remove odors.

Similarly clean all of your linen, bed linens, blankets, carpets, doonas and also cushion covers in a mix of top quality laundry detergent. Add regarding 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar to the mix, or utilize it as a rinse.

Deodorising

There are lots of business items that are meant to get rid of odors usually, some of which are created to neutralise doggie smells. This typically just covers up the trouble, but might be practical in the short-term prior to you can tackle the cause.

Get Rid of Canine Odors, in Your Abode, Carpet and Sofa Cleaning

Pet dog owners love their pet dogs, however do not like the canine smells and remaining smells that rise from the carpet, furniture as well as entire residence. The majority of pet odors obtain made use of to it in a means, yet in time they understand that adequate is excessive to bear, something needs to be done concerning it.

Exactly how do you get rid of those foul-smelling, lingering doggie odors in your residence? Well fortunately is that it’s fairly effortlessly done. The problem is that you should adhere to the tips provided in this post routinely as well as continually to keep the odors away.

< br/ > To bid farewell to canine smells and also odors, start with the pet – keeping your pooch clean and healthy and balanced is a must do.

Next, there are adjustments ahead for your dog’s actions as well as accessibility to furnishings in your home. After that, it’s time to completely cleanse your home, furnishings and also carpetings.

Finally, there are pointers on stop-gap deodorising approaches that function, however do not damage or upset your or your dog.

Find out exactly how you as well as your dog can discuss a good tidy, sweet-smelling residence, the way you want it to scent.

While numerous people think that canines are naturally foul-smelling, this is not real, particularly for some types.

In some cases, the nasty smell could be an indicator of some ailment or illness, which might be the reason.

This uses not just to the pet’s breath, however additionally to the basic body odor. The noticeable things to check on your own are below. If you have other concerns see your veterinarian.

Fur Problem and Fleas – Dogs that have major flea troubles occasionally develop allergies and skin irritabilities that leave an undesirable smell on the skin.

Utilize a flea repellent, treat the areas where fleas reproduce and utilize a flea-control shampoo.

Matted hair around the rectum a noticeable source of scents.

Clean the pet’s ears – If your pet dog is damaging the ears a great deal, there are signs of inflammation or inflammation or there is a foul scenting discharge or down payment in the ears, it’s time to take your canine to the vet infection.

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Adjustment of Diet as well as General Health – Dogs that are usually harmful because of inadequate diet plans or a lack of vitamins may have unhealthy skin as well as hair.

Skin Allergies – Various skin allergic reactions should trigger skin infections and scratching resulting in odors.

Boost oral health – Dogs develop halitosis when after that their teeth and mouths are not cared for effectively. This could lead to foul-smelling breath and smelly spit.

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Search for indications of dental cavity and weapon illness.

Brush the pet dog’s teeth at the very least when a week and also use natural herbs and also oral chews to manage foul breath odor.

The mouth smells might be because of digestive issues that should be examined if there are not a problem with the mouth and teeth.

Left over Food – Some dogs leave food remnants in odd areas and also these could cause smells.

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If you want a clean house, begin with a clean pet dog, as well as do away with the dog’s foul breath and anything that may be causing it. Right here are some pointers:

Frequent pet grooming is required to decrease odors. Brush your canine every day for concerning 5 minutes to remove loose hair. This will certainly reduce the amount of fur that collects all over your home. Animal hair does have a scent and also it includes in the basic grime. There are various Furminator gadgets for extensively brushing your dog’s layer.

Clean your canine often and also properly. Mix with each other some all-natural pet hair shampoo (try homemade ones) with about one mug of apple cider vinegar. This deodorises as well as functions as a rinse. Clean your dog thoroughly, without missing out on any kind of spots. Massage the shampoo as well as vinegar well right into the base of the hair using your fingertips to aid massage the skin, as well as remove dust around the hair’s origins.

Wash extensively with tidy water after washing

Dry the pet completely prior to permitting it back right into your home. Incomplete or insufficient drying out could create the sour ‘wet pet dog’ smell on the pet’s coat, that could remain after the canine dries out. The wet pet small can likewise be moved to carpetings as well as furnishings. Use great deals of clean, thick towels or perhaps an old hair dryer utilizing the most affordable heat setting. When the layer is entirely dry, brush in a natural ventilating powder to finish the clean as well as make certain the odor is fresh. Make sure this doesn’t irritate the pet and make it want to roll in dirt as well as muck.

Repeat if required to remove excess oils, dust, dead hair and also bacteria that may still be sticking to your canine’s fur as well as triggering smells.

If after cleaning your dog a few times, the hair still scents bad, use some mouth wash to a cloth and wipe it over your dog’s layer. Rinse off after a couple of minutes.

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If you permit your pet dog to going up the couch or the bed you will generate a bigger odor and also cleansing issues than if you exert more control. There is a middle ground where individuals place a carpet on component of the lounge that the pet dog understands it is their spot. This makes it simpler to keep this area tidy by routinely changing the carpet. Applying some self-control and also altering your pet’s behaviors can actually assist keep smells at bay.

Completely Clean Your House and also Furniture

A tidy house is a deodorized home. If you have a canine the home will tend to get dirtier quicker and also it will certainly stat to scent. It is truly that easy. Dogs have the tendency to leave residues almost everywhere that collect therefore you will should clean your home more completely as well as a lot more frequently compared to if you did not have a pet dog.

You should sweep and vacuum every space as well as cranny of your residence to obtain rid of hair, skin cells and basic dirt that the canine brings right into your house. Take specific care to check under rugs, carpetings beds as well as furnishings for loose items and also hair.

The best way to deodorise carpetings and also furnishings is utilizing baking soft drink. Sprinkle it freely over you carpetings, sofas, rugs and also bed treatments. Leave it on for some time and afterwards vacuum cleaner again extensively. The sodium bicarbonate will typically deodorize the carpeting and also furniture. If the odor remains you will need to shampoo your carpets and furnishings treatments with items that leave a fresh clean scent. Renting out carpeting as well as upholstery cleansing equipments or getting it done professionally might be required to obtain a new beginning.

When you wash doggie towels, sheets, rugs and bed linens, include some baking soft drink to the washing powder, as well as some white vinegar in the rinse water to offer extra cleaning power and get rid of smells.

Similarly wash all of your linen, bed linen, coverings, carpets, doonas and also pillow covers in a mix of top quality laundry cleaning agent. Add about 1/2 mug of apple cider vinegar to the mix, or utilize it as a rinse.

Deodorizing

There are several commercial products that are supposed to eliminate smells generally, some of which are developed to neutralise doggie odors. This generally only masks the issue, yet may be valuable in the temporary before you should tackle the reason.

Excellent Yoga ideas for newbies

It is okay to feel nervous and also also frightened when signing up with a yoga exercise class yet it obtains blissful as well as stress-free as soon as you start getting utilized to it. Yoga coaches do their ideal to keep newbies loosened up so they are able to choose everything they require to learn as quick as they can. You should at least really feel loosened up knowing that you plan to have a coach to guide you via the process yet you also need to prepare on your own well to have a a lot easier time when taking the classes when practicing by yourself. Right here are ideas that can transform very valuable to you as a newbie.

1. Make sure you discover the best yoga equipment. Locate terrific alternatives right here: Yoga classes in Milwaukee Yoga exercise garments does not need to be costly; there are numerous alternatives and also you can easily find something inexpensive. What you select to use actually matters due to the fact that it determines how flexible and also comfy you continue to be. Pick tops and also bottoms that allow cost-free movement as well as fit enough yet guaranteeing they are neither as well saggy. The following thing you must get is a yoga exercise mat and also with so several options today, you will discover one you could afford.

2. Take into consideration taking a course. The majority of people begin yoga exercise by themselves from the comfort of their houses. Whereas this can be just as rewarding, it is even better to take novice courses to aid you through the moves as well as presents to achieve maximum relaxation. There are numerous fitness centers and yoga exercise workshops offering classes as well as include various designs. Absolutely nothing plans to transform you right into a yoga exercise expert quicker than the novice or level 1 course as well as if you want you can take advanced degrees too.

3. Offer a lot more interest to your breathing. Your breath should be linked to the activities as well as you are most likely to be instructed to take a breath from the nose with the throat shut somewhat so the breath is audible; more like a whisper. This boosts concentration and also makes it possible for you to move efficiently from one position to the next as you breathe out and inhale. Deep breaths right into the stomach also produce excellent results. Follow your instructor to obtain it right with breathing as well as every little thing else plan to begin dropping right into area.

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4. Do not work yourself as well hard. You sure want to grasp yoga exercise however this should not suggest pressing yourself as well hard. Take breaks when you feel is necessary and do not really feel like you need to resemble everyone else. Permit your body to accomplish the desired results at its own rate. Offer on your own time also if it seems like you could refrain exactly what everybody seems to be dong easily.

5. Do not give up. Failure to achieve the wanted yoga outcomes leads numerous to offering up also fast and this is exactly what you must prevent. You can take as numerous courses as you require since you get better along the road. Method makes perfect so keep going up until you attain your complete potential. Remember you have to have a strong foundation to obtain you there and also this can take some time so be client and maintain trying.

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Instructors make yoga exercise for newbies a whole lot less complicated and fun as well. Choose a trusted teacher and see to it you are well prepared so you get one of the most from every course that you take.