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: Meals & Snacks
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
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’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
Being a nutritionist, it may come as no big surprise to you that I find it interesting to see what other people eat. Not in a judgemental way, but more out of curiosity. Plus, when I’m feeling like I’m … Continue reading
I got the idea to make these from the show My Diet is Better Than Yours— have you seen it? I don’t watch TV but heard about it through one of my favorite podcasts, The Fat-Burning Man (Abel James). I … Continue reading
Last weekend I was in Stowe, Vermont for a quick trip and ended up having two amazing salads that inspired me to remind you all that salads do not have to equal boring. I always check menus for interesting salads. … Continue reading
Pizza! Everyone likes pizza. I grew up eating pizza, probably at least once a week. Most people I talk to eat it quite frequently too. Yes, it’s delicious and OK to eat occasionally but … Continue reading
It feels really good to be back home in my cozy, familiar house in Rhode Island after a week in the Azores. I mean that even with this huge snowstorm going on as I type! The Azores Islands are … Continue reading