January 30, 2019

#ResolutionRealism

On January 27th I was again a guest on Diabetes What to Know’s Facebook Live Diabetes Primetime with host Ansley Dalbo. On this episode we focused on what we called #ResolutionRealism – how to make and follow through with those annual New Year’s resolutions realistically. I detailed why I promote preplanning as a critical part of healthy food choices and eating habits (in addition to portion control). I shared the action steps I take week after week to make this happen for myself and my family.

 
January 30, 2019

Foods & Ingredients Inventory and Shopping List

On January 27th I was again a guest on Diabetes What to Know’s Facebook Live Diabetes Primetime with host Ansley Dalbo. On this episode we focused on what we called #ResolutionRealism – how to make and follow through with those annual New Year’s resolutions realistically. 

 
December 5, 2017

Holiday Festivities and Healthy Eating Habits CAN Go Hand in Hand

Holiday EatingOh yes, it’s that time of year again when the holiday festivities (aka less than healthy food choices and eating habits) kick-off with nibbles on that bucket of leftover Halloween candy, onward during Thanksgiving, and through family and holiday gatherings in December.

 
October 17, 2017

Life Hacks to Reduce Sugar in Your Diet

You’ve heard the message to reduce sugar loud and clear from nutrition experts, including in the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. And it’s sinking in. You’re trying to reduce the amount of added sugars you eat because you know that’s what is best for your health.

 
April 19, 2017

7 Need-to-Knows about Sugar Substitutes

splenda_living_blog_sugar_substitutesYou hear and see media headlines galore about how sugar substitutes may impact your health or weight loss efforts, ranging from eyebrow-raising to nerve-calming.

 
November 23, 2016

For a healthy diet, be choosy about your cheese

 Cheese

As published in the Washington Post, November 23, 2016

 
August 2, 2016

Don’t believe the protein pushers — you’re probably eating enough

As published in the Washington Post, August 2, 2016

 

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