Gaming for Nutrition

I caught up with Melissa Halas-Liang, mom, dietitian and founder of the popular children’s nutrition site SuperKidsNutrition.com to ask her about her new free app, FoodLeap and her thoughts on helping kids eat healthier. Can you share with my readers, … Continue reading

Do Live in a Constipated State, or Are You just Bloated?

This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links.    Nobody likes to talk about their bathroom issues, but apparently we have no problem searching for their solutions on the Internet. Regular Girl® ended the year by combing through digestion-related … Continue reading

So Many Ways to Cook an Egg

My parents lived through The Great Depression. Eggs were a staple in their diet. Inexpensive, versatile, easy to prepare. I was fortunate in my life to have a wonderful relationship with my parents, who, despite eating eggs, both lived 90 years. … Continue reading

Treating without Tricks: All About Attitude

Every year during the Halloween holiday you’ll read blogs and news columns about how to avoid eating candy. The advice can range from offering organic raisins or toothbrushes in place of candy treats, to leaving your sack of candy on the … Continue reading

Easy Picnic Potatoes

It’s picnic season, and if you’re like me, you’re always looking for something new to bring to your next pot-luck. If you’re getting tired of cole slaw, potato or pasta salad, then try these easy potatoes. They’ll be a sure-fire hit … Continue reading

Dear TV Doctors: Please Stop Making Up Diets

There is a wide body of dietary research that gets reviewed when coming up with the Dietary Guidelines for Americans every five years. The guidelines are based on actual scientific research, and the committee charged with the development of updated … Continue reading