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: obesity
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
Weight loss. It’s the number one response I hear when I ask “What are you hoping to get out of our visits together?” It’s a fine goal, however if you associate losing weight with going on a diet, it’s not … 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 intention is not to put any sort of damper on anybody’s holiday week here, but this is a topic that arises regularly with people who I talk to. This time of year through New Years is particularly associated with … Continue reading
…and not in a good way. How depressing. I knew things were bad but here it is in black and white from an article summing up the results from the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index which tracks obesity in America, Britain, and … Continue reading
The Early Years: I was not always this way (obsessed with nutrition). My family had a poor concept of what healthy foods entailed, and I was raised eating hot dogs, canned spaghetti, sugary drinks, processed cheese and other icky animal … Continue reading