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: psychology
A brand new year! 😀 I love that. Just go back and do what it says if you glossed over it. Now, how do you feel? Ahh, that’s better, right!? Imagine if you … Continue reading
I would get so excited about trick-or-treating. Yes, I was that kid, the impatient one nagging my sister and our friends to “Come on! Hurry up!” as I ran ahead of all of them to quickly get to the next … Continue reading
I was plagued with a lack of inspiration trying to figure out what to write for February. I like to think I’m not the only one feeling a little “ick” with the cold and the grayness. Summer seems a distant … 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 have always been fascinated with human behavior and why we do the things we do. In fact, before pursuing my degree in Nutrition, I originally graduated with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. … Continue reading
I have a question I often ask my clients that I believe is worth taking some time to reflect on… What about your life would be different if you lost the weight? I see so many people who have focused … Continue reading
Does this sound like a familiar scenario?: You’ve just finished eating a delicious, satisfying meal and you’re now faced with the temptation to eat yet more food– maybe an invitation to the local ice cream shop, perhaps a chocolate bar … Continue reading
Pizza! Everyone likes pizza. I grew up eating pizza, probably at least once a week. Most people I talk to eat it quite frequently too. Yes, it’s delicious and OK to eat occasionally but … Continue reading
(From Office Space, one of the funniest movies ever) 🙂 I find the topic of motivation fascinating. Motivation, or lack thereof, comes up a lot in nutrition counseling sessions. “I know what I need to … Continue reading