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Back in February I sent you a survey called, Eating for Health. I was so pleased with the great response. Thank you so much for taking the time to complete the survey! Here's what you told me: 85% of you … Continue reading
Last month I wrote a blog about the perils of consuming excessive added sugar. Now I’m challenging you to GIVE IT UP for 10 days. Who should do a Sugar-Free Challenge? Would you like to sleep better, have improved concentration, … Continue reading
With Thanksgiving behind us, it’s time to get ready for Christmas and that means shopping for gifts. What’s the best gift you can think of giving (or getting) this year? A new iPad, tickets to a show, designer jewelry? I … Continue reading
The holiday season is here and that means gifts. What’s the best gift you can think of giving (or getting) this year? A new iPad, tickets to a show, designer jewelry? I have a better idea. Consider something really unique … Continue reading
This March during National Nutrition Month, the American Dietetic Association is encouraging Americans to “Get Your Plate In Shape.” The campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating habits. This is a perfect message … Continue reading
February is American Heart Month. Celebrate by attending my Nutrition Workshop on Heart Healthy Eating.
According to the American Heart Association, heart disease remains the No.1 killer in the US. As a Registered Dietitian, I feel strongly that developing healthy eating and lifestyle habits can fight heart disease and provide a safe alternative (or complement) … Continue reading