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: smoothie
Refreshing. Hydrating. Energizing. Mood boosting. 13g Protein. Probiotic-rich. Satisfying. Totally delicious. I hear you– you’re hot, thirsty and want something besides water. This coffee shake may be just what you need on one of … Continue reading
Does overabundance anxiety disorder exist? I have this thing about not wasting good food. And while I am always extremely grateful when I have a full fridge, I also experience a sense of unease when I’ve got too much … Continue reading
The hot weather is back this week and we’re all looking for healthy ways to keep cool. Water is great but sometimes you want something different. During the last hot spell I got on a bit of a frozen drink … Continue reading
Good morning! Hopefully you got some fruit yesterday. So far we have the possibility of creating 3 new healthy habits for the new year: Food journaling, switching to whole grains and enjoying fresh fruit. If you’re feeling motivated, continue with … Continue reading
I have been slacking on my blog but I have been busy with other projects–one of them writing articles for the San Francisco Gate Healthy Eating section (an online newspaper). Take a look at a few recent additions: Healthy Snacks … Continue reading
Look at all that nutrition! Hopefully yours looks a little less wilted than this. Mine is from a local farm….from Friday. Sad; I don’t usually wait four days to eat my kale. We all go through phases when we don’t … Continue reading