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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I’m taking it easy today and this weekend after having some dental surgery yesterday. Once I arrived home, I knew I would be thinking about food very soon and needed something nourishing but … Continue reading
I’m experiencing my annual mixed feelings about the weather changing. The darker mornings and early sunsets are a reminder that summer is gone and winter is approaching. I despise being cold. But the chillier temps calling for leggings, sweaters and … Continue reading
Being a nutritionist, it may come as no big surprise to you that I find it interesting to see what other people eat. Not in a judgemental way, but more out of curiosity. Plus, when I’m feeling like I’m … Continue reading
I got the idea to make these from the show My Diet is Better Than Yours— have you seen it? I don’t watch TV but heard about it through one of my favorite podcasts, The Fat-Burning Man (Abel James). I … 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
Aside from the occasional frozen vegan pizza (not recommended) I haven’t had pizza in longer than I can remember. All that wheat in the crust, even if I found the whole wheat dough or made my own from whole wheat … Continue reading
The reason I am writing this post is because I repeatedly hear from patients that they don’t know what to eat for dinner. I’d suggest starting out by incorporating one or two ideas that sound good to you. Over time … Continue reading
Now that’s a bowl of fresh spaghetti! I present here today a healthier alternative to your standard white pasta, which is a highly processed food that (in my humble opinion) should be consumed in moderation, if at all. Pasta … Continue reading
Just yesterday I was inspired by a post I read by Marc from the Institute for the Psychology of Eating called A New Way to Lose Weight: Listen to It. I find the concept quite interesting and wanted to share … Continue reading