Category: Nutrition

Recipes, Breakfast Choices, Nutrition, Snack Choices, Appetizer & Side Dish Choices, Main Dish Choices, Sweet Treat Choices, Drink Choices, Dairy-free Choices, Gluten-free Choices, Nut-free Choices, Sugar-free Choices, Vegan Choices, Vegetarian Choices

Your Guide to Top Fall Produce Favorites

Ahh, fall. The air is cooler, the leaves are changing and new foods are in season.  Celebrate autumn by heading to your local market and filling your basket with these seasonal gems. Fresh fall produce is a great source of fiber, antioxidants and phytochemicals, which promote health and can be protective against disease. The variation […]

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If It Fits Your Macros Diet for a Month: Diet Thoughts and Main Takeaways

So what are macros anyways? “Macros” is short for macronutrients which are carbohydrates, protein, and fat. These macronutrients are the foundation of the “If It Fits Your Macros” diet. What is IIFYM? If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM) is a diet plan with focus of helping individuals reach their health goals while tracking their macros […]

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8 Healthy Snacks to Fuel Physical Activity

When it comes to physical activities like sports, hiking, backpacking, long walks, or working out– it’s important to stay fueled appropriately. In particular, carbohydrates and protein are important for sustaining physical activity and promoting recovery. Don’t settle for unhealthy, convenience store items–plan ahead with these 8 smart, healthy snacks to fuel your activity of choice. […]

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How to Become a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (steps + career options)

“I want to become a registered dietitian nutritionist.” Whenever I tell people about this career goal, they often recognize it has something to do with helping people with food and nutrition. However, most people don’t quite understand all of the details that go into getting this credential or the variety of career options available to […]

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Intuitive Eating

We live in a nation obsessed with physical appearance, weight loss, and dieting. $33 billion dollars are spent on dieting products each year, yet over two-thirds of American adults are overweight or obese. These dieting patterns are a huge issue because they are typically unsuccessful, physically and emotionally damaging, and ultimately promote unhealthy eating behaviors. […]