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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Tag Archives: exercise
While food is a biggie, it’s only one piece in the complex puzzle of enjoying a healthy life! It’s all too easy to get caught up in the mindset that a perfect diet is the most important element to health … Continue reading
We all know that America is struggling with health issues…. but did you realize how few people adhere to 5 key health behaviors that can reduce the risk of chronic disease? Take a look at this shocking article I recently … Continue reading
Do you spend enough time in nature? I find it ironic that I can go for an hour walk in the woods and not come across a human soul, but I can drive by a Dunkin Donuts and see a … Continue reading
How is this winter going for you? If you are anything like me, February is the toughest month to get though. Instead of making a warm weather get away this year we decided to get the bathroom redone. Looking out … Continue reading
Are you stuck in a middle-of-winter slump? Enough is enough. Forget about all your excuses for not exercising. It is time to get your booty in gear… read on! I have noticed a common theme among my nutrition clients the … Continue reading
Flourless Mocha Bacon Brownies! (recipe from Practical Paleo cookbook and posted here) In the past couple of years my opinion of the Paleo diet has cycled from: annoyance/seriously these people are going to give themselves heart … Continue reading
I really want to be running right now. As I sit here writing this, thousands of runners are at the starting line in downtown Providence just taking their first few steps at the Rock and Roll Half Marathon. I’m excited … Continue reading
The world of nutrition counseling is filled with the joys of witnessing clients accomplish the steps it takes to realize their goals– “I’ve been to the gym 5 times this week!” or “I’ve switched my breakfast from a bagel and … 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