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: holiday
Birthdays. Mother’s Day. Father’s Day. There always seems to be another occasion coming up. How hard is it to buy for people when everyone has everything they already want plus some? In this world of instant gratification and Amazon, we … Continue reading
I haven’t invented a recipe in a long time. Mainly because I’ve been sticking with my usual favorites and haven’t been creating anything new– until I wanted to make a gingerbread frosting and could only find cream-cheese frostings for gingerbread … Continue reading
I’m taking it easy today and this weekend after having some dental surgery yesterday. Once I arrived home, I knew I would be thinking about food very soon and needed something nourishing but … Continue reading
I’m so excited to turn my calendar over from February to March tomorrow… 20 days til spring! This means it won’t be long until we start seeing GREEN everywhere. While I love seeing green in nature, I don’t love … Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is coming… Some say it’s a stupid holiday created by the devious floral, candy, jewelry and greeting card industries. Maybe they do take advantage, but I say if there is a day that has … Continue reading
Hello! These are gift recommendations from someone whose life revolves around eating and talking about eating– so you know they are all going to be food (or beverage) related. They also happen to be things I have around my kitchen … Continue reading
I’m hearing from just about everybody how anxious they are feeling about Thanksgiving. If you’re anticipating the holiday with stress and fretting that you’re going to “cheat” or “ruin your diet,” I want you to shift to a more positive … Continue reading
Whole berry… …or jellied These easy recipes use medjool dates instead of refined sugar… a much healthier and wholesome choice! Cranberries on their own are very tart (try one raw!), … Continue reading
By now most of us have bought our bags of mini candies, ready to hand out to the trick-or-treaters who will be at our doors tomorrow night. You may be experiencing a sense of anxiety having all that sugar at … Continue reading