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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Everyone is always looking for new food ideas, so here are my finds from a recent trip…. to Job Lot! Do you ever think of Job Lot when you think of food shopping? I do! While you’re obviously not going … Continue reading
How are you doing with making the kinds of food choices you want to be making? It can be hard! Good intentions are a fine start, but making it happen is what counts. We are surrounded by the convenience and … Continue reading
I’m experiencing my annual mixed feelings about the weather changing. The darker mornings and early sunsets are a reminder that summer is gone and winter is approaching. I despise being cold. But the chillier temps calling for leggings, sweaters and … Continue reading
By now I think you understand that, based on the products you see inside of it, the grocery store could care less about your health. They are a business whose focus is making a profit. They will stack bottles of … Continue reading
As passionately as I promote “real” “whole” “actual” foods (you know– oats, apples, butternut squash, walnuts, etc, etc) and as much as I like Michael Pollan’s advice to not eat anything your great-grandmother would not recognize as food, there are … Continue reading
One of the common requests I get from patients is: “I need a meal plan.” I have mixed feelings about these meal plans. Generally, as part of an initial assessment, I will help you come up with some breakfast, lunch, … Continue reading
Just about everything I make is quick and no-hassle but this has got to be the easiest!!! It has two ingredients: A 1 lb jar of roasted red peppers and 1 cup of cashews. … Continue reading
I remember a time when my freezer staples were ice-cream and Smart Ones frozen meals. That was before I knew anything about nutrition! When you are striving to make healthy food choices, it helps to be prepared with a supply … Continue reading