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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

One Small Change: Eat Better and Eat More at the Same Time

by in Healthy Tips, July 30, 2012

Is it possible to eat MORE food but still maintain a healthy weight, or even lose weight? It is when you choose nutrient-dense foods.

Healthy Eating: If We Know What to Do, Why Don’t We Do It?

by in Healthy Tips, Small Steps, June 29, 2012

Adopting a healthier lifestyle can seem like a daunting task, but by answering three simple questions, you can start to make small changes that will have a big impact.