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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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
My garden is not exactly something that has been on my mind the past few months. However, once the calendar changed over from February into March and the sun enticed me out into my backyard, thoughts of seeds, seedlings … Continue reading
Q: Why were the little strawberries upset? A: Because their parents were in a jam! 🙂 I just picked these from my yard. I felt like a kid on a treasure hunt peering under the green leaves for the … Continue reading
I have been slacking on my blog but I have been busy with other projects–one of them writing articles for the San Francisco Gate Healthy Eating section (an online newspaper). Take a look at a few recent additions: Healthy Snacks … Continue reading
Soapy Milk, Toxic Apples: India’s Sour Food Safety Record This article really caught my attention. Party because I’ve always wanted to travel to India but mostly because it has to do with my favorite subject: food. It’s not a pleasant … Continue reading