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: supplements
Last week I mentioned turmeric as an ingredient in the curry powder in my butternut squash soup. I got to thinking, “Really, how often do I eat curry powder or turmeric?” Not very regularly and considering the proclaimed antioxidant and … Continue reading
I have been on a macadamia nut kick this week. This happens every so often and it doesn’t last long, only until the bag is empty. 🙂 I discovered these big 11oz bags at BJs, but don’t let the size … Continue reading
I’m partial to food. Real, actual food. Miraculous creations that grow from the earth and that you eat and drink. I am not so much into pills. Supplements aren’t real food and after working in the supplement industry for many … Continue reading
Sorry to disappoint! Red Wine Research Slammed with Fraud Charges Sometimes we all need a little reminder that you cannot believe everything you read. Nowhere does this ring more true than with the subject of nutrition and health. Magazines, television … Continue reading
Is there any benefit to taking vitamins? If you are taking them for a specific deficiency, then yes they can be useful. However, most supplement users are what this article refers to as the “worried well” or people who are … Continue reading
…eat the real thing. Here’s the latest from Science Daily titled: Health Benefits of Broccoli Require the Whole Food, Not Supplements