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?
Tagsapple beans books breakfast chocolate coconut conscious eating cookie dairy-free dessert detox diabetes dietitian exercise food journaling garden greens grocery habit change holiday kale meal idea movies MyPlate Myths obesity office pantry peanut butter pie product reviews protein pumpkin quinoa restaurants sauce smoothie soup supplements sweet potato tahini tea travel weight loss wellness
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Tag Archives: Myths
This post is for you if you regularly consume artificially sweetened foods and beverages! For many of you this time between Thanksgiving and Christmas means major anxiety about staying on track with your health goals. It often brings up fears … Continue reading
Read the ingredients in everything you buy and eat. Ignorance is not bliss, at least not when it comes to what you’re putting in your mouth. Awareness is key. There is a connection between checking ingredients and making healthier … Continue reading
It’s almost my 1 year anniversary as an ex-vegan. My first bite of meat was homemade beef stew and it was amazing. I could feel the nourishment immediately and my conclusion still stands that I feel better … Continue reading
You know that spring is in the air when you hear people buzzing about “detoxing”! I’ve written about it in the past here but because it won’t seem to go away I want to bring up the topic once more. … Continue reading
I was poking around the library the other day when I came across a milk documentary. How I had not heard of this, I have no idea. It’s no secret that I am anti-dairy, so I borrowed it, watched it, … Continue reading
All Red Meat is Bad for You (the article) You knew red meat wasn’t the greatest food choice you could make. Maybe you told yourself that if you have it occasionally it’s okay. Everything in moderation, right? How often was … Continue reading
While “running” on the elliptical machine at the gym yesterday morning I noticed that a segment on the Rhode Show was coming on about fitness so I plugged in my earphones to tune in. I was just in time to … Continue reading
Controversial billboards try a shock approach to urge less cheese consumption. These billboards are hilarious. I can only imagine that the National Dairy Council is most likely not enjoying the same level of amusement that I am. And I know … Continue reading
I think about coconuts. A lot. This has been going on for years. I have a thing for nutrition controversies. I want to give my clients the right information as well as keep my body healthy. So, I question things … Continue reading
Sorry to disappoint! Red Wine Research Slammed with Fraud Charges Sometimes we all need a little reminder that you cannot believe everything you read. Nowhere does this ring more true than with the subject of nutrition and health. Magazines, television … Continue reading