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 dietitian exercise fats garden greens grocery habit change holiday kale meal idea meat mood MyPlate Myths nuts pantry peanut butter pie product reviews protein psychology pumpkin quinoa research restaurants running sauce smoothie supplements sweet potato tea travel veggies weight loss wellness
Subscribe to Blog via Email
Tag Archives: quinoa
Cooking up quinoa to accompany vegetables has become a no-brainer in our household. Sometimes I make an additional protein source and sometimes not. Recently I was in the mood for some extra protein and was planning on making a … Continue reading
How did you do with your food journal yesterday? I hope you learned a thing or two about your eating habits. Do it again today. It will keep you accountable for what you eat and offer information you can use … Continue reading
Don’t be intimidated– it’s easier than you think. Stir-frys are so great because you can pick a variety of your favorite veggies– and that’s good because each has its own special nutrient profile and you’ll get a broad range of … Continue reading
Ahh, summer picnics and barbecues. You know they are here and many more are coming. One piece of advice we dietitians often offer to people who are trying to stick to a healthy eating plan is to bring a … Continue reading
Peanut butter. Is there nothing it can’t do? It goes with everything from chocolate to broccoli. Today’s featured Weird Meal consists of my dinner staples. We all have our favorite go-to foods and mine happen to be: quinoa, broccoli, mushrooms … Continue reading
Looking for a good lentil loaf recipe? I came across this one awhile ago and had it stashed in a binder that holds my collection of favorite recipes. I made it 2 or 3 times in the past and found … Continue reading
Yes, I know I am usually eagerly promoting Whole Foods, organics, and local farmers markets. And I am still all for them! I am also all for bargains and getting good quality food at the best prices. Most of the … Continue reading
I used to make muffins a lot but I’ve gotten out of the habit. I love them and homemade muffins are something I tend to overeat. But I came across this really interesting recipe from Veganomicon for muffins that … Continue reading
This is what I often do on days like Sunday when it’s well below freezing outside and my wimpy self can’t bear the cold– I create some new sweet concoction in my warm kitchen! It’s a dangerous hobby to partake … Continue reading