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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Category Archives: Sweets and Treats
Are you tired of pumpkin yet? I’m slowing down with it but still having some type of squash several times a week since it’s so abundant at the farms! While pumpkin and other squash are definitely things to be eating … Continue reading
The perfect weather is here; windows are open bringing in a refreshing breeze. I’m lighting candles in the evening when the sun sets early, making hot tea, digging out my leggings and hoodies…and … Continue reading
Ideas, ideas, ideas. You are always asking for new meal ideas! It’s the weekend and it looks like we are being blessed with some more gorgeous weather. I recommend getting to a farmers market and cooking outside like I did … Continue reading
Does topping fudge with hemp seeds make it healthy? I think so! I wanted to create a rich, chewy fudge with no refined sweeteners. This recipe uses soft, naturally sweet medjool dates. Blended up with a few other ingredients, … Continue reading
Does overabundance anxiety disorder exist? I have this thing about not wasting good food. And while I am always extremely grateful when I have a full fridge, I also experience a sense of unease when I’ve got too much … Continue reading
Aside from the occasional frozen vegan pizza (not recommended) I haven’t had pizza in longer than I can remember. All that wheat in the crust, even if I found the whole wheat dough or made my own from whole wheat … Continue reading
Forget running out for bread and milk. If you are going to be snowed in for a day or two, make sure you have the essentials like cocoa powder and coconut oil around. Stay home, keep yourself warm and … Continue reading
This recipe for chocolate truffles may be recycled from 3 years ago (with a peppermint twist this time), but you’ll thank me for reminding you that it is that time of year to make them again. The combination of chocolate … Continue reading