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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“Don’t wait for inspiration; take action and inspiration will follow” ~ heard from Gilad 🙂 Uggg. Waking up to this snow and grayness has made me feel blah and unmotivated all day. At times like this, I need to accomplish … Continue reading
60 degrees in February in Rhode Island?…What a day. And what luck for me that I had only one appointment Wednesday morning with the rest of the afternoon to myself. What else was a girl to do in such a … Continue reading
I did something today that I never do. I went to the gym. Don’t misunderstand me– I exercise– it’s just that it’s usually a run or a walk outside or maybe some yoga or a Gilad show in the comfort … Continue reading
Study Shows Small Changes Add up to Big Improvement in Health This is so true! For most people, anyway. While dramatic diet changes can result in dramatic health improvements, these drastic changes are often unrealistic and difficult to sustain. You … Continue reading
Although my focus is mainly on food and healthy eating, there are other pieces to the holistic wellness puzzle. Positive thinking, fresh air and sunshine, sufficient sleep, laughter and exercise are all conducive to being the best person you can … Continue reading
With last nights time change, the days are feeling quite cold and short with the sun setting around 4:30pm here in RI. Depressing or cozy? You decide. One of my favorite websites is Zenhabits. I am including his most … Continue reading