When it comes to losing weight, a supportive kitchen environment goes a long way. As a registered dietitian, I truly believe your kitchen is your partner in health, and creating a space that sup
If I had a nickel for every time a client disclosed, often despairingly, that they have cravings for sweets, I’d be sitting at a much more comfortable desk right now. We are conditioned to think
With the changing leaf colors of fall also comes changing schedules. Whether it’s getting the kids off to school, starting a new job, moving to a different city, or simply wanting a “fresh” star
The notion that diets don’t work (for better health, weight loss, etc.) is becoming increasingly popular, and for that, I am grateful. However, diets and diet culture are still everywhere, usual
If you’ve read anything I’ve written here before, you may know that I live and practice under the philosophy that baked goods of all kinds can be “healthy” for you in a given moment, and no food
Individualized nutrition — that is, assessing an individual, getting to know them and developing goals and behavior changes based on their individual lifestyle, medical history, etc. — is extrem
Research published in the New England Journal of Medicine found participants started gaining weight in October and continued seeing incremental gains in their weight through the New Year. The ac
It’s mid-December, and the holiday season is in full effect. Many of us are making plans to spend time with loved ones, whether via virtual dates or small family gatherings, and checking off sho
Trying to lose weight any time of year can be tricky. But it can be even more challenging during the holidays. It’s one thing to have a big event to contend with, but the holidays encompass an e
When you’re trying to lose weight, it’s easy to get caught up in the specifics: exactly which foods you should eat, precisie meal timing, and whether white rice is better than brown. The thing i