Q&A on Weight Management, Part I

Last week, the Bell Institute of Health and Nutrition approached me about contributing a couple blog posts on weight management. They pulled questions from their Twitter community, and my responses will be posted this week and next. The first post went up today covering what people struggle with […]

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The Emergency-Ready Pantry

Has hurricane Sandy got you thinking about how prepared you might be in an emergency? It’s even more important in stressful times to keep everyone well-nourished, and natural disasters often mean doing it without refrigeration. You should count on having at least 3 days of […]

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Stay Cool with Super Salads!

Looking for a little oven-free meal inspiration? Summer is a great time to get creative with salads. There are so many fruits and vegetables in top form that it’s hard to go wrong. Salads can be quick and easy, super healthy and filling, yet light […]

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Leafy Greens 101

Whitney Fetterhoff, health reporter for leading national paper The Washington Post, covered a piece on getting to know the wonderful world of leafy greens from June’s issue of Fitness Magazine. As one of the main nutrition experts who contributed to the article, I’m thrilled to […]

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Smarter Ways to Build a Better Burger

Want the satisfaction of a burger without throwing away your health or your waistline? Love saving time in the kitchen? Well, you’re in luck! I spent last weekend coming up with two fantastic burgers that are both quick to make and healthy for you too. […]

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A Healthy Look at Gluten-Free Eating

While there is plenty of curiosity about going gluten-free, there is just as much misinformation. Wondering if a gluten-free diet is for you? Let’s find out together: Come with me as I take a healthy look at gluten-free eating, including exciting news about our improved […]

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