Looking for some strategies to balance out all those cookies and cocktails this time of year? Whether you're crossing gifts off your list or planning your dinner menu, I've got a few tricks that'll help you get in the spirit and feel great. Want to hear my plan for a healthier holiday season?
Are you as excited about Thanksgiving as I am? I love everything about the day, from spending time with family and friends to traditions (a pre-dinner football game and a post-dinner Scattergories game is big in my family!) to favorite foods. There's a simple way you can feel great this season—and you don't have to skimp on pumpkin pie or miss out on the mashed potatoes and gravy. Ready to hear my top secrets for a healthier Thanksgiving?
I don’t know about you, but Thanksgiving is hands down my favorite holiday. I look forward to it more than any of the December holidays (whoa is right!). Need last-minute help with your holiday menu? Of course, I had to round up 57 of my favorite healthy Thanksgiving dishes. What kind of RD would I be if I didn’t go all out for this holiday?! Check out delish recipes from my RD colleagues and myself in this blog post.
As a vegetarian, eggs are one of my go-to foods. While it's common knowledge that they supply protein, they're also a fabulous source of a nutrient you may not know much about. This nutrient is choline, necessary to help keep your body in tip-top working order. Because close to 90 percent of American don't get enough of the nutrient, I'm bringing you info about what choline is and the foods you can get it from. The best part: I'm delivering nutritious and delicious choline-containing recipes.
With National Oatmeal Day right around the corner, on October 29, October might as well be Oat-tober! I have a confession to make: I sometimes eat oatmeal for dinner. I love both sweet and savory versions, and oatmeal is a fantastic fiber-rich ingredient to add to frittatas and baked desserts.