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?
Tagsapple beans books breakfast chocolate coconut conscious eating cookie dairy-free dessert dietitian exercise fats garden greens grocery habit change holiday kale meal idea meat mood MyPlate Myths nuts pantry peanut butter pie product reviews protein psychology pumpkin quinoa research restaurants running sauce smoothie supplements sweet potato tea travel veggies weight loss wellness
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Tag Archives: dairy-free
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
People are always asking “What are the best salad dressings to buy?” The answer is easy– All you have to do is look at the ingredient list on most bottled dressings out there and you’ll see for yourself what they … Continue reading
When I first met Chris he was basically living on Mountain Dew, Ramen noodles and Almacs frozen pizzas (yes, remember Almacs?! It’s been THAT long that we’ve been together!) Anyhow, he wouldn’t touch anything green with a ten foot … Continue reading
I love running and I particularly love racing. Please don’t get the wrong idea when I say racing. It’s not like I am up in the front sprinting it out with the 5-minute milers. I even hesitate to call … Continue reading
If you’re a runner you may be familiar with his name. But if you are a vegan/vegetarian runner you know about Scott Jurek. He runs 50 … Continue reading
I automatically assume everybody knows how to make their own delicious ice cream at home from frozen bananas but I know this sadly isn’t true! I posted about banana soft serve last summer (exactly one year ago yesterday!) but I … Continue reading
We all know it’s cherry season. It’s short, but sweet. I’ve stocked up at each $1.99/lb sale I have seen and I hope you have been enjoying them as well. It was my mom’s birthday this week and I … Continue reading
I was poking around the library the other day when I came across a milk documentary. How I had not heard of this, I have no idea. It’s no secret that I am anti-dairy, so I borrowed it, watched it … Continue reading
I want to share this amazing recipe for cashew gravy that I slightly modified from one I found on VegWeb.com. Cashew Gravy Ingredients: 2 cups water 1/2 cup raw cashews 2 Tablespoons tamari 1 Tablespoon cornstarch onion powder, garlic powder, … Continue reading