Dietitian’s Tip of the Month


5 Reasons To Enjoy (and EAT!) Your Easter Eggs

  Eggs. Are they healthy or unhealthy? While you may have fallen prey to the belief that eggs are unhealthy or cause heart disease, as a nutritionist, I’m here to help clear up the confusion. Here are five reasons to crack open those colorful eggs this Easter without guilt. Protein packed snack. Did you know a single egg contains 6


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Delicious Tips to Build a Healthier YOU!

A nutritious and well-balanced diet, along with physical activity, is the foundation of good health and it may surprise you to learn that it’s easier than you may think to get started! By taking small steps to improve your nutrition, one bite at a time, will help you to move towards a healthier you! PLAN AHEAD OF TIME Before you


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Ten (Mostly) Nutritious Chocolate Indulgences to Satisfy the Strongest of Cravings

As I am officially 40 + weeks pregnant, my mind seems to be heavily pre-occupied with both baby AND chocolate. So, rather than constantly indulging, I am choosing to write about a few of my favorite crave-worthy options.  While I may not treat myself to massive portions of chocolate, I do treat myself often. Each night (and lately afternoons as


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New Year’s Eve Popcorn Bar

This super easy idea is great for any party from New Year’s Eve to your standard birthday. Popcorn is an inexpensive snack that can be dressed up to suit your mood or event. Have fun with it and let the kids help too. Perfect Popcorn To make approximately 10 cups of popcorn, place 1-3 tablespoons vegetable oil in a large,


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