Category Archives: Nutritionists

Sharing Rachael DeVaux, RD from Rachael’s Good Eats – How To Shop Healthy On A Budget

Although some of the healthiest foods can be more expensive, a combination of planning and using some helpful tips and tricks can make a healthy diet also budget friendly! For this week’s blog I wanted to share this wonderful article by Registered Dietitian, Rachael DeVaux. Follow these great tips to incorporate more healthy foods into your diet without hurting your wallet.

 

How To Shop Healthy On A Budget

Boundaries That Promote Peace by Lisa Johnson, RD

In my last blog I shared about pursuing peace as the foundation of a healthy lifestyle, peace with yourself being high on the list of priorities. I truly believe apart from that, every other effort to be healthy is in vain. I, like many others, wrestled with eating disorders when I was young(er). Honestly, it… Continue Reading

A Better Approach to Comfort Food – Getting Comfort and Quality! by Cari Culp, RD

As we whiz into fall and chillier weather approaches, most people find themselves wanting more warm, comforting foods. I especially like comfort foods when it is a little chilly and rainy outside. With all the rain we will be getting this week and most people hunkering down indoors, I thought I would share some of… Continue Reading

Helping Our Kids Do Their Very Best This School Year, by Cari Culp, RD

With a new school year approaching, I would like to take a moment to emphasize the importance of packing a healthy lunch for children. It is well know that nutrition plays a major roll in a child’s school performance. Proper nutrition also keeps them well and well-behaved! The reason I emphasize “packing” lunch for your… Continue Reading

Better Ways to Have an Eggcellent Easter…Without a Peep from the Kids – by Cari Culp, RD

It seems grocery store shelves were just cleared of all the sweets from the holiday season and now Easter is right around the corner. With Cadbury eggs, jelly beans and those deliciously cute Reese’s peanut butter bunnies lurking around every corner, maintaining weight loss goals has been a topic of conversation with many of my… Continue Reading

Inside a Dietitian’s Kids’ Lunchbox by Cari Culp, RD

Sending kids to school with nourishing foods that fuel their body and mind is so important for learning and behavior! I know this is challenging and I admit, it is easy to get stuck in the daily sandwich rut when packing lunches. Especially since many kids don’t have a way to heat their lunch. It’s also difficult, at times,… Continue Reading

What a Dietitian Eats in a Day by Cari Culp, RD.

What’s the most important decision you will make today? It turns out, what you eat is pretty high on the list. What we eat or our nutrition habits are the biggest determinants of our health outcomes. I have many clients ask what they should eat so I thought it would be helpful to share a… Continue Reading

Bone Stock…The Post-Holiday Recovery Food! by Lisa Johnson, RD

I wanted to share something wonderfully festive with you this week, but when I thought about it, I decided I would go with what is most useful and timely instead. Most people already have their favorite holiday menu planned, so I won’t try to change that at this hour. However, I will share with you… Continue Reading