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One Small Change: Healthy Swaps for Three Common Cravings

by in Healthy Tips, July 15, 2013

What makes junk food so appealing? Emotional eating aside, it often comes down to two things: taste (sweet, salty) and texture (creamy, fizzy, crunchy). In my humble opinion, if we can mimic those qualities in healthier options, then upgrading eating habits becomes an easier task. So let’s tackle three commonly craved foods: soda, chips, andRead more

Three Tips for Summer Salads to Keep You Slim and Satisfied

by in Healthy Tips, June 25, 2013

Three tips and recipes to ensure your seasonal salads leave you feeling light, yet satisfied for hours.

Ask the Experts: Change a Habit, Change Your Health, Part 2

by in Ask the Experts, April 6, 2013

Get nutrition experts’ opinion on easy changes that will make a major, healthy impact on your life.

Ask the Experts: Change a Habit, Change Your Health, Part 1

by in Ask the Experts, March 23, 2013

Get nutrition experts’ opinion on easy changes that will make a major, healthy impact on your life.

One Small Change: The Three Week Challenge

by in Healthy Tips, January 13, 2013

If your New Year’s resolution has many different components, consider revising it to include one healthy change; if you maintain it for 3 weeks, there’s a good chance it will stick.

One Small Change: Avoid the Health Halo

by in Healthy Tips, November 6, 2012

Healthy-sounding terms like “organic” “low-carb” or “all-natural” don’t mean a food has fewer calories than similar foods without labels. Are you guilty of falling for foods with health halos?

One Small Change: Your Old Friend, the Potato

by in Small Steps, September 23, 2012

Potatoes often get a bad reputation in the health world, but these spuds actually have some great nutritional benefits. The key is preparing them right

One Small Change: How Often Should I Eat?

by in Healthy Tips, September 7, 2012

A common point of discussion on the this blog is what to eat, I wanted to take a moment to discuss another important topic: when should we eat, and how often? What follows is a combination of research findings and my own experiences working with clients as a registered dietitian. Current research has shown thatRead more