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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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 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
One of my clients, Mike Messier, shares his testimonial about his experience at Be the Change Nutrition after recently reaching our one year anniversary of working together! In Mike’s words: Corinne’s Be the Change Nutrition is saving my life and … Continue reading
Did you know that many health insurance plans will cover visits with a Registered Dietitian? 🙂 Are you trying to lose weight but can’t seem to change your habits? Or maybe you know that your … Continue reading
You’re dutifully logging in each morsel of food you put in your mouth. You are trying to stick to a specific number of calories. You want to maximize your nutrition and manage food cravings at the same time. It is … Continue reading
The Neurotic Nutritionist Good afternoon! It’s my potential new blog name and hopefully you agree that it’s got a catchier ring than RI Nutrition Housecalls. RI Nutrition Housecalls no longer applies to me as that is not what I do … Continue reading
It’s time for a new year and a new YOU. Many people see the changing of the calendar year as a time to get serious about their health. I am all for making positive resolutions but we all know that … Continue reading
Take a look at this article from CNN Money about the best jobs for saving the world: http://money.cnn.com/magazines/moneymag/best-jobs/2011/jobs-helping-others/3.html Dietitians ranked number 3! That makes me so happy as I like to think that we play a huge role in helping … Continue reading
In case you have been wondering, “What can I expect at an appointment with a dietitian?” You can go to ten different dietitians and have ten totally different experiences. Most likely we will all possess some similarities, such as stressing … Continue reading
The Early Years: I was not always this way (obsessed with nutrition). My family had a poor concept of what healthy foods entailed, and I was raised eating hot dogs, canned spaghetti, sugary drinks, processed cheese and other icky animal … Continue reading