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: Nutrition Info
I don’t usually watch Dr. Oz but someone sent me this link to a recent episode that discussed a topic I am a big believer in– buying meats (chickens in this case) from … Continue reading
Yeah, things like obesity, heart disease and diabetes. I just heard the news today that Coke was no longer going to be a sponsor for the AND (Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics). You may be surprised … Continue reading
Garden greens, sardines, guacamole and sriracha sauce– delicious! With this hot summer weather I suspect you are craving more cold meals and maybe (hopefully!) more salads as well! Yes, salads sure CAN be the meal. And a very satisfying meal … Continue reading
Food and laughing. Two of my very favorite things in life. If you share similar interests I have a book you need to read. I had never heard of Jim Gaffigan but he’s my new favorite comedian. Imagine Jerry Seinfeld … Continue reading
It’s almost my 1 year anniversary as an ex-vegan. My first bite of meat was homemade beef stew and it was amazing. I could feel the nourishment immediately and my conclusion still stands that I feel better … Continue reading
Do you ever think about how your tuna was caught when you purchase cans of tuna fish in the grocery store? We’ve all heard about the dolphin by-catch issue and now many tuna companies boast … Continue reading
You may think a dietitian has it all figured out for herself/himself when it comes to eating. Not so! It’s beneficial to constantly tweak and adjust eating habits. We’ve all heard the quote: Insanity is doing the same thing over … Continue reading
Changes are in the works for the Nutrition Facts panel found on packaged foods. These labels, which we are all (hopefully) very familiar with, haven’t changed in about twenty years. I’d agree that some updates are in order. Changes like … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I’m fed up with seeing strange, un-foodlike words on ingredient lists. My solution to this problem is to buy as much food as I can without ingredient lists– or to make sure the ingredients … Continue reading
Nutrition fanatics listen up. Last week the public oral testimonies were held for the 2015 Dietary Guidelines. To some (most?) this may sound ho-hum but it is fascinating to those of us passionate about health! I recently found out that … Continue reading