Dry January & Other Temporary Solutions I Don’t Recommend

Dry January. It’s trending. After the holidays – a resolution to abstain from alcohol during the whole month of January may seem like a fine idea. For some, this may be a welcome break from the overindulgence of food, cocktails, … Continue reading

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A Quick Word of Advice

Happy New Year! The years seem to go by so quickly, right? While you may find yourself reflective every January, please don’t stress over any need to become a whole new you. December can be rough. The holidays are stressful. … Continue reading

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Adding a Little Bit of Healthy to Your Holiday Table

Food doesn’t have to fancy to be good for you. You don’t have to add chia seeds to everything. You don’t have to use hard-to-find ingredients. You don’t have to have fancy “nut butters” on hand, if all you have … Continue reading

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Light is Out, but Healthy is Still In – The End of an Era

Nobody wants to ruin the holidays with “diet food”; certainly not me. But as you get older, you realize that something’s gotta give when it comes to calories and splurge foods. Taking a look at your family favorites. You may … Continue reading

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Is Organic better than Conventional Milk?

Are you overwhelmed sometimes when you go to the grocery store? Maybe you heard a news program that said that organic food is better, or lemon juice is going to lower your blood sugar levels, or that you need to … Continue reading

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Food Trends: Is the Future of Food Drinkable Nutrients?

I just returned from the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo where registered dietitians have a chance to get some of their continuing education requirements met and also learn about new foods and products coming into the market. It’s … Continue reading

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No Tricks: Facts on Reducing Peanut Allergy and Early Introduction of Peanuts

Halloween is right around the corner, and it’s a time for children to have fun dressing in character, trick or treating, and having festive classroom parties at school. Whether you are a parent, grandparent, cousin, aunt or uncle, you may … Continue reading

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