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Date Brownies (for an easier labor!)

I read a study that showed that women who ate dates in the 4 weeks prior to labor significantly reduced the need for induction and interventions in labor. It was a small study, but eating dates can’t hurt, right? So I bought dates. And they sat in my pantry for a week, untouched. I realized…   Read More»


What is the Sirtfood Diet? Should I Try It?

The sirtfood diet was developed by two “celebrity” nutritionists in the UK and has recently rocketed to the top of this year’s top diet trends due to the claim that Adele has used it to lose 40+ lbs. Adele has not personally confirmed doing the sirtfood diet OR how much weight she has lost. The…   Read More»


4 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Got Pregnant

1. DHA, a fatty acid essential for brain development, is NOT in most prenatal supplements. Around the time my husband and I started trying to get pregnant, a local health foods store was closing for good and having a major sale. I stocked up on 4 different brands of prenatal supplements. I had heard from…   Read More»


Cilantro Lime Shrimp Power Bowls

‘Cuz boring salads are NEVER a part of our plan at Nutrition Awareness! We are all about prepping ahead of time and making healthy decisions EASY. You can easily prep 4 meals in less than 30 minutes with this summery refreshing recipe. So what IS a power bowl? Power bowls are a great way to…   Read More»


Easy Caprese Quinoa Casserole

This Easy Caprese Quinoa Casserole works great as a vegetarian option or with ground turkey or sausage added. I’ve used venison sausage, ground turkey, and no meat at all in this recipe and loved it each time. Summer for me means eating fresh tomatoes on a daily basis so there are always an abundance of…   Read More»


Blueberry Crumb Bars (Healthy-ish)

Winner of our blueberry recipe contest, submitted by Neely Whetsell (healthy-ished by me) I was going to keep the recipe original but there were too many opportunities to tweak it without sacrificing flavor and enjoyment. When it comes to “healthy” baking, I’m usually against substitutes. Do NOT put black beans in my brownies or chickpeas…   Read More»


Black Bean and Butternut Squash Enchiladas

Recipe by Maddie Minetree, winner of the 7 Ingredient Challenge This Black Bean and Butternut Squash Enchiladas recipe was the winner of our #7ingredientchallenge, where we asked our IG followers to come up with a healthy recipe that included black beans, used pantry staples, and had 7 ingredients or less. The people voted on which…   Read More»


Creating opportunity during this new (temporary) normal

I know I’m not the only one sick of all the negativity. Navigating this new (temporary) normal has a lot of my clients on the fritz. Guys, this is such an opportunity for you. This is your chance to get all of the things done that you previously said you didn’t have time for! ⁣…   Read More»


Two Dietitians Went Vegan for a Month: Here’s What Happened

Who We Are: We’re two registered dietitians (Megan & Kait) stationed in Orlando, Florida. We’re both omnivores who love chocolate, cheese, and a challenge. We also have a podcast, and you can listen to our recount of our vegan challenge on Episode #43. What We Did: Our challenge was to follow a strict vegan diet…   Read More»


Protein Packed Vegan Pesto Pasta (Gluten-Free)

We’re wrapping up our Vegan January Challenge at Nutrition Awareness and to celebrate, I put together a pesto pasta recipe that everyone can enjoy. There are a ton of recipes for vegan pasta out there, but so many of them are lacking in protein. Without protein, you won’t feel full so you end up eating…   Read More»


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