Carbs, protein, fat! Where you at? Is that dorky to say? Yeah, probably so. That's okay. I think I'm going to say it anyway. Being serious though, that's a good question to be asking ourselves when we plan our meals. Why? Because those are the 3 macro nutrients that make up our foods, and getting… Continue reading What I Ate Wednesday: Those Hectic Days
Hi Everyone! Happy Memorial Day. I just wanted to stop in and give a quick thought and two "no recipe" recipes. Today I am very happy and thankful for the time I am going to get to spend with a lot of my family. God has abundantly blessed me in many ways. Even on terrible… Continue reading Memorial Day and Mindfulness: American Flag French Toast and Patriotic Salad
This post really could be about a lot of different things. It's a mix of tips on feeding a toddler/young child as well as tips for developing better eating habits as adults. Plus, I'm quite partial to the little girl in the post. 😉 Most would assume as a dietitian that I am really strict… Continue reading Cookies and Veggies-Toddler Eating, Mindful Eating
Restrictive diets take the fun out of eating and usually tell you that you can't eat foods you love. Learn that you can eat those foods and get to a place where you can eat them without feeling the need to binge eat them.
Have you ever heard the saying "you eat with your eyes first"? Think about how true this. You may not have food on your mind at all and then all of the sudden as you are minding your own business you scroll past an ad on Facebook of some delicious, gooey, chocolatey, fresh out of… Continue reading Eat with Your Eyes