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: travel
Birthdays. Mother’s Day. Father’s Day. There always seems to be another occasion coming up. How hard is it to buy for people when everyone has everything they already want plus some? In this world of instant gratification and Amazon, we … Continue reading
Last weekend I was in Stowe, Vermont for a quick trip and ended up having two amazing salads that inspired me to remind you all that salads do not have to equal boring. I always check menus for interesting salads. … Continue reading
It feels really good to be back home in my cozy, familiar house in Rhode Island after a week in the Azores. I mean that even with this huge snowstorm going on as I type! The Azores Islands are … Continue reading
I can now cross San Francisco off my list of places to visit. But I am going to go ahead and put it back on because I want to go back! It may not top Newport, RI as my favorite … Continue reading
Soapy Milk, Toxic Apples: India’s Sour Food Safety Record This article really caught my attention. Party because I’ve always wanted to travel to India but mostly because it has to do with my favorite subject: food. It’s not a pleasant … Continue reading
…and I sure hope you do, I can offer you some advice on where to stay and what to eat! We just got back from a little revitalizing mid-winter get-away at the relaxing vegan bed and breakfast in Big Pine … Continue reading
Love the name. Actually I love their whole philosophy about food. They know, they know, it’s quinoa— and they are all about keeping food simple and real. I couldn’t agree more. They also did a spectacular job of wowing us … Continue reading