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
I was plagued with a lack of inspiration trying to figure out what to write for February. I like to think I’m not the only one feeling a little “ick” with the cold and the grayness. Summer seems a distant … Continue reading
How are you doing with making the kinds of food choices you want to be making? It can be hard! Good intentions are a fine start, but making it happen is what counts. We are surrounded by the convenience and … Continue reading
Happy 2017! I want you to have a very Happy New Year and if you’re thinking it’s “diet” time, then I beg you to forget about another diet and let me help you get where you want to go in … Continue reading
I haven’t invented a recipe in a long time. Mainly because I’ve been sticking with my usual favorites and haven’t been creating anything new– until I wanted to make a gingerbread frosting and could only find cream-cheese frostings for gingerbread … Continue reading
Snacking has gotten an undeserved bad reputation– I think mainly because what most of us consider “snack foods” are the packaged, ultra-processed flour and sugar-based items lining store shelves. But all snacking really means is eating. And if you’re hungry … Continue reading
This post is for you if you regularly consume artificially sweetened foods and beverages! For many of you this time between Thanksgiving and Christmas means major anxiety about staying on track with your health goals. It often brings up fears … Continue reading
Last week I mentioned turmeric as an ingredient in the curry powder in my butternut squash soup. I got to thinking, “Really, how often do I eat curry powder or turmeric?” Not very regularly and considering the proclaimed antioxidant and … Continue reading
I’m taking it easy today and this weekend after having some dental surgery yesterday. Once I arrived home, I knew I would be thinking about food very soon and needed something nourishing but … Continue reading
I have always been fascinated with human behavior and why we do the things we do. In fact, before pursuing my degree in Nutrition, I originally graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. … Continue reading
I’m experiencing my annual mixed feelings about the weather changing. The darker mornings and early sunsets are a reminder that summer is gone and winter is approaching. I despise being cold. But the chillier temps calling for leggings, sweaters and … Continue reading