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: garden
It’s June and that means it’s STRAWBERRY month! Not a lot is happening in my garden this year. Luckily the strawberries blossomed like magic on their own– all we had to do was put a cage over them so … Continue reading
Does overabundance anxiety disorder exist? I have this thing about not wasting good food. And while I am always extremely grateful when I have a full fridge, I also experience a sense of unease when I’ve got too much … Continue reading
Fresh from my garden! We got some, the squirrel got some. As summer merrily rolls along, the excuses to not eat more fresh fruits and vegetables quickly lose their validity. No more complaining of the produce tasting … Continue reading
…Or is there? When you’ve put off grocery shopping, your meats are frozen solid because you forgot to plan ahead and you’re down to what feels like nothing to eat, I’m here to tell you that you can just about … Continue reading
Happy May! Egg bakes or fritattas are easy, tasty, filling and healthy! Everything you’re looking for in a breakfast, right? Too many people are relying on boxed cereals, bagels, toasts, muffins, or even– gasp– donuts for their morning meal. … Continue reading
This is going to be the year! I am determined to grow more of my own vegetables. Every year we give growing plants a good try and we get a few things. But to be … Continue reading
Sweet potatoes and Sunchokes (aka Jerusalem artichokes)! Has anyone grown their own sweet potatoes or sunchokes? If you are looking for a couple of easy foods to grow, I recommend trying these. This was our first year with the sunchokes … Continue reading
Now that’s a bowl of fresh spaghetti! I present here today a healthier alternative to your standard white pasta, which is a highly processed food that (in my humble opinion) should be consumed in moderation, if at all. Pasta … Continue reading
I’ve always loved granola. Right out of the box. The crunch, the sweetness, the texture, the way the chunks entice you to reach in for just … Continue reading
Just yesterday I was inspired by a post I read by Marc from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating called A New Way to Lose Weight: Listen to It. I find the concept quite interesting and wanted to share … Continue reading