The holiday season is fast approaching! Oftentimes the fun is focused on the party days, but what happens when you transform any random meal into something fun and balanced? Here are three tips to kick off the 2017 holiday food fest that can inspire balanced choices (good for you foods are treats, too!) all season…
I was invited to Germany (#sponsoredtravel) to talk with and learn from experts from a variety of backgrounds. We talked about farming and our food. This is the first of several posts inspired by what we learned. #FutureFarming
November is Diabetes Month and with all the holiday parties, chances are, diabetes is on a lot of people’s minds—whether it’s you, your family, or someone at the party. How do you plan a party that caters to all your guests? Follow these three easy tips and you will be well on your way to celebrating the holidays with traditional treats that make everyone feel special—and still keep health in mind.
Whether your household is small or large, celebrating Family Meals Month can be fun and simple when you focus on the season. SinceSeptember is fruit and veggie month, too, here are five ways to make your fall meals tastier, healthier, and more memorable. Best of all, these tips are easy enough that the kids can help!
Summer flew by and it’s time to get back to the books! Whether prepping for preschool, grade school, high school, or college, a little planning goes a long way. With the right ingredients and equipment, you can make fast and easy take-away meals that are better for you and your family when you’re on the go—whether it’s for school, work or play! Here are three simple ways to make mealtime simpler during the school year.
When food and nutrition is your profession and you’re a dietitian with a sense of humor like me, you kind of know that it’s all about the ins and outs, including the musical accompaniment that certain foods provide us with, much to some people’s dismay.
In my recent travels and interactions with colleagues who share the job of helping educate the public about food, nutrition, and agriculture related to their purchasing decisions and health, it’s occurred to me that telling the truth and helping people understand the countless nuances of nutrition and agriculture in the quagmire of noise social media…
Imagine a world where credible nutrition and delicious food that actually supports health was part of our culture. Science based food and nutrition information is only helpful if it is actionable, relevant, and in today’s digital world, sexy and attention grabbing. You want to look good and perform your own stunts (so to speak)?