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4 Recipes to Make With Spring Produce This Month

4 Recipes to Make With Spring Produce This Month

4 Recipes to Make With Spring Produce This Month By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Spring is finally here! And with the warmer weather comes delicious seasonal spring produce that can be used to create healthy meals. Eating produce that is in season is not only cheaper, but more delicious! Spring also means that it is the beginning of farmer’s markets!…read more →

3 Dietitian Approved Pasta Recipes to Try

3 Dietitian Approved Pasta Recipes to Try

Adventures with Pasta and 3 Dietitian Approved Pasta Recipes to Try By: Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD Pasta, along with many other carbohydrate foods, tends to have a bad reputation. As the granddaughter of an Italian man, I tend to disagree. Pasta, whether it’s white or whole wheat, can be incorporated into a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Its bad reputation tends to…read more →

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle

3 Diabetic Friendly Options to Get at Chipotle By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Mexican food is one of my favorite types of cuisine! And many of my clients love it too! But if you have diabetes, we need to aware that Mexican food can be the source of many hidden carbs. That doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy this type…read more →

How to Make Delicious Pesto Salmon in 3 Steps

How to Make Delicious Pesto Salmon in 3 Steps

Pesto Salmon To Reduce Inflammation: April is Sarcoidosis Awareness Month By: Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD Have you ever heard of Sarcoidosis? While it may not be one of the more commonly discussed conditions, it is very important to talk about! Sarcoidosis is an inflammatory disease that affects individuals all over the world. With this disease, granulomas can accumulate within different organs…read more →

Managing PCOS: Grains or No Grains?

Managing PCOS: Grains or No Grains?

Managing PCOS: Grains or No Grains? By: Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD Women managing PCOS are met with an overwhelming amount of information on the internet about what to eat and what to avoid. Many times, women believe they need to cut out all the grains and other carbs from their diet. However, this is not the case! Carbohydrates are…read more →

6 Tips to Help Your Overweight Teenager

6 Tips to Help Your Overweight Teenager

How to Help Your Overweight Teenager By Alex Raymond, RD, LD Weight and nutrition these days is a huge concern in the teenage population, especially since health practitioners from doctors to dietitians are working hard to figure out the best ways to decrease childhood obesity rates. As a parent, you 100% have a right to be concerned about your child’s…read more →

10 Healthy Take-Out Remakes To Make at Home

10 Healthy Take-Out Remakes To Make at Home

10 Healthy Take-Out Remakes To Make at Home That Are Easy and Delicious By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD  I am going to let you in on a little secret. Are you ready? Okay here goes… Dietitians will order take out sometimes. I know, shocker! Takeout can definitely be a convenient dinner option. It is fast, requires little effort, and is…read more →

6 Healthy Pasta Recipes to Meet All Your Dietary Needs

6 Healthy Pasta Recipes to Meet All Your Dietary Needs

6 Healthy Pasta Recipes To Meet All Your Dietary Needs By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD Pasta is delicious! Healthy pasta recipes make a quick and easy meal, and can be part of any balanced diet. If you have different chronic diseases  (such as diabetes, IBS or cancer) you have some different dietary restrictions to consider. For diabetes, you may need to control the…read more →

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