I'm Corinne, a Registered Dietitian in Rhode Island.
Our food choices say a lot about who we are and what is important to us in life. What we eat, how much we eat and the way we eat all play a major role in our health. Are you eating in alignment with the person you want to be?
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Author Archives: Corinne
While food is a biggie, it’s only one piece in the complex puzzle of enjoying a healthy life! It’s all too easy to get caught up in the mindset that a perfect diet is the most important element to health … Continue reading
No, I’m not happy it’s the end of summer. 🙁 But I am not sad to see the summer squash go. 🙂 I gave it my best but I was far too outnumbered to keep up with them. Every week, … Continue reading
I had a really nice lunch with a couple of my Dietitian friends Friday. 🙂 It’s always so good to catch up. Topics of conversation ranged from an upcoming wedding, a soon-to-be new baby, an office move and … Continue reading
Hello and Happy August– and at the risk of sounding like everyone else…. How is it August already?? I don’t want the end of summer in my sight just yet! I hope you’ve all been eating well … Continue reading
Refreshing. Hydrating. Energizing. Mood boosting. 13g Protein. Probiotic-rich. Satisfying. Totally delicious. I hear you– you’re hot, thirsty and want something besides water. This coffee shake may be just what you need on one of … Continue reading
Mine does! So much in fact that I’ve been eating these just about every morning for the past couple of years… Those don’t look like eggs…. but they are! Do you love pancakes like I do? These … Continue reading
I’ve kept a lot of journals over the years. 🙂 I find writing to be magically therapeutic for processing some of the crazy stuff that goes on in my brain. The words in many of these books serve as a … Continue reading
Birthdays. Mother’s Day. Father’s Day. There always seems to be another occasion coming up. How hard is it to buy for people when everyone has everything they already want plus some? In this world of instant gratification and Amazon, we … Continue reading