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Cook Dinner More Often
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Cook Dinner More Often

Cook Dinner More Often Challenge ”The only real stumbling block is fear of failure. In cooking, you have to have a what-the-hell attitude”_ Julia Child Those who frequently cook at home consume fewer calories, and eat less added sugars, refined carbs and bad fats—all key to making a healthier self. Not only that, home cooks...

One Bite At A Time Challenge
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One Bite At A Time Challenge

Challenge yourself this holiday season, no deprivation, just mindfulness!  On Tuesday, December 5th we’ll be starting an Eat One Bite At A Time Challenge with Foodstand—the healthy eating behavior change company that helps teams develop better eating habits.  The Challenge runs from Dec. 5th – January 3rd… Your stomach registers being full after you’ve already...

Dining With The Dietitian
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Dining With The Dietitian

Join Laura Poland at Local Roots Tuesday November 21st at noon for a special Holiday Dining with the Dietitian.  Don't stress during the holidays, learn some tips & tricks to enjoying yourself when you eat out and still find ways to eat a balanced healthy meal. Special goal setting activity will help you to identify your top priority and strategies for achieving your goals. Hope you can join me...

Thrive: Be Ambient, Live Well
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Thrive: Be Ambient, Live Well

Survivors, join me on Saturday, November 11th from 9am-1pm for a day of information that will equip you for healthy survivorship. I will one of the keynote speakers and I will be discussing nutrition advice for consuming a healthy diet. I will also be available for the roundtable discussions where we will focus on meal planning.

Eat More Fruits & Veggies Challenge
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Eat More Fruits & Veggies Challenge

Hey Dietitian In Your Kitchen folks! On Tuesday, October 3rd we’ll be starting an Eat More Fruits & Veggies per Day Challenge with Foodstand—the healthy eating behavior change company that helps teams develop better eating habits. As you probably know, the Federal Dietary Guidelines recommend 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day to give...

Family Meals on WBNS
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Family Meals on WBNS

As school starts back up and schedules get hectic, there is a national movement to get families back at the dinner table. I had the pleasure of preparing a cooking segment for WBNS last weekend.  I was able to talk about National Family Meals Month (September), and share a recipe you can try.  Click here...

National Peach Month
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National Peach Month

I hope you enjoy this video from Good Day Columbus for National Peach Month – August!  I was asked to prepare a Bourbon Peach pie.  It was delicious!!  Although most of my peaches are enjoyed fresh like an apple, occasionally we find ourselves in excess of fresh fruit when it’s in season.  I believe this...

Healthy Summer Eating
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Healthy Summer Eating

Summertime!  I love how everything is so laid back and enjoyable.  This is the time of the year when I really like to take advantages of shortcuts in the kitchen.   Well, I found a new helpful product I just have to share with you all!  This product will help you limit how much time...

Apple Pie Day
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Apple Pie Day

May 13th is National Apple Pie Day! Some fun facts about Apple Pie Day: Apple pie may be an American dessert, but it was invented in Europe. The first Apple pie recipe was printed in England in 1381. Several Dutch recipes date back to 1500’s.  They were the first to add a scoop of ice...

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Health Trends Demystified: Apple Cider Vinegar and Diabetes

[youtube id=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03lFZhBvf7A” width=”600″ height=”350″ autoplay=”no” api_params=”&rel=0″ class=””][/youtube][fusion_text] Health Trends Demystified: Apple Cider Vinegar and Diabetes Part of our role as Registered Dietitians (or Registered Dietitians to be, in my case) is understanding the science behind health claims and debunking myths. We field all sorts of questions related to health trends such as gluten-free diets, coconut...