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10 Healthy Costco Snacks (and their health benefits)

The purpose of a snack is to give your body fuel between meals right? Most “snack foods” do that poorly. Snacks like rice cakes, crackers, healthy looking popcorn and granola bars may be low in calories but are also low in nutrients and do not provide your body with the energy you need. Here are…   Read More»

Autumn Squash and Pomegranate Salad

Looking for a taste of fall in a bowl? Give this simple Autumn Squash and Pomegranate Salad a go for your next meal prepped lunch or family dinner. It’s packed with healthy and nutrient-rich ingredients, leaving you full and satisfied. When it comes to salads, I want to leave the meal feeling both mentally AND…   Read More»

5 Reasons Why You Need a Dietitian While Taking Ozempic 

Are you currently taking or thinking about starting a weight loss injection such as Ozempic? From what we’ve learned from our clients who are prescribed Ozempic, Wegovy, and Mounjaro, it helps quiet the food noise and reduces mindless eating. But as we all know (er, should know), weight loss does not equate to health or…   Read More»

Mango Pineapple Tropical Smoothie

Sip into paradise with our nourishing Tropical Smoothie, which is sure to take your breakfast from basic to beachy while still hitting all of your nutrient goals. Whether it’s for breakfast or an afternoon snack, a refreshing smoothie is a quick and easy way to pack in a punch of nutritious foods, without taking up…   Read More»

Top 5 Best Crackers, According to a Dietitian

There’s nothing like the satisfying crunch of a freshly opened pack of crackers, especially when you’ve got a tasty dip or a buttery, salty cheese to pair them with. What I look for in crackers: Taste takes priority and the majority of consumers agree. Taste is and always will be the #1 purchase driver for…   Read More»

Is the Low FODMAP Diet the Key to Weight Loss?

Never Heard of the Low-FODMAP Diet? This article was written by Madalyn Christine Fiorillo, a graduate student at Syracuse University Following the low FODMAP diet means eliminating foods that are high in specific fermentable carbohydrates. FODMAP stands for Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Disaccharides, Monosaccharides and Polyols. In some people, these types of carbohydrates can cause digestive distress such as…   Read More»

Dietitian’s Guide: Healthy Options at Starbucks

Coffee lovers and Starbucks rewards members, take notes. Kait Richardson RDN shares the healthiest food and drink options at your local coffeeshop.

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»

5 Steps to Meal Planning Like a Champ!

Cooking meals at home is key to making impactful, healthy changes to your diet.
However, meal planning out what you’re going to prepare ahead of time is crucial for success.
Here are 5 steps to help you organize your menu, feel prepared when your go to the store and meal plan like a boss!

Mediterranean Power Bowls

Meal prep these healthy Mediterranean Power Bowls for work lunch or family dinners!

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