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How to Make Cauliflower Pizza In 5 Easy Steps

How to Make Cauliflower Pizza In 5 Easy Steps

How to Make Cauliflower Pizza in 5 Easy Steps By: Klara Knezevic RD, LD  First it was quinoa, then it was kale. Now, it seems like cauliflower is the next hottest food trend! People are using cauliflower to make fried rice, Shepherd’s pie, and of course pizza! Cauliflower pizza is a great lower carb option if you are managing diabetes,…read more →

15 Gluten Free Restaurants in the DMV

15 Gluten Free Restaurants in the DMV

Gluten Free Dining in the Maryland/DC Area By: Dana Magee, RD, LD, CLT Celiac Disease can make eating out and enjoying time with friends and family more difficult. Many restaurants offer gluten free menus, but cross-contamination can be an issue. Luckily, the Maryland and DC areas offer a great range of restaurants with a 100% gluten free menu and kitchen!…read more →

4 Healthy Foods to Fight Inflammation

4 Healthy Foods to Fight Inflammation

4 Foods to Fight Inflammation By: Dana Magee, RD, LD, CLT There is no single diet with foods to fight inflammation, but there are several compounds in specific foods that can help alleviate symptoms! Below are some nutrients and herbs that help with inflammation, as well as arthritis, IBS, and asthma! Curcumin This has several health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritis…read more →

6 Nutrition Mistakes Athletes Make and How to Fix Them

6 Nutrition Mistakes Athletes Make and How to Fix Them

6 Nutrition Mistakes Athletes Make and How to Fix Them By: Alexandra Raymond RD, LD As RBA’s sports dietitian, I see athletes who have a variety of goals in mind. Whether they are preparing for a big race/game or simply wanting to learn more about nutrition for increased performance, I am there for my athletes every step of the way. Anytime…read more →

5 Easy Meals to Bring to a Grieving Family

5 Easy Meals to Bring to a Grieving Family

Five Fabulous Sympathy Recipes By: Rebecca Bitzer, MS, RD, LD, CEDRD When grieving, food from friends and family is a welcomed gift. We recently experienced a sudden, tragic death in our family. Unexpected travel, a million emotions, and exhaustion made self-care a challenge. During our intense period of grief, remembering to eat well was difficult. And getting healthy food on the…read more →

3 Simple Spicy Thai Recipes to Wake Up Your Tastebuds

3 Simple Spicy Thai Recipes to Wake Up Your Tastebuds

How to Cook Thai Food Rebecca Bitzer, MS, RD, LD, CEDRD Have you thought of Thai? Trying to eat healthy? Getting tired of grilled or baked chicken? Ready to add some spice to your cooking?  One fun way to expand your menu is to experiment with cuisine based on geographical region.  Lets start with exotic Thailand.  What comes to mind when…read more →

5 Healthy Cooking Substitutions to Try This Month

5 Healthy Cooking Substitutions to Try This Month

March is National Nutrition Month By Kaitlin Williams, MPH, RD, LD March is National Nutrition Month! This campaign is put on by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and focuses on improving food choices as well as creating healthy food and exercise habits. This year, the theme is to Put Your Best Fork Forward.  Key Messages: Create an eating style that includes a…read more →

How to Make Low-Carb Shepherd’s Pie in 6 Easy Steps

How to Make Low-Carb Shepherd’s Pie in 6 Easy Steps

Low Carb Shepherd’s Pie By: Kaitlin Williams, MPH, RD, LD Eating with diabetes can seem daunting, and involves paying attention to carbohydrates and portions. Things like potatoes and bread are often cut out, due to their high carbohydrate count. While these foods certainly don’t need to be cut out completely, portion size is extremely important. Especially when it comes to…read more →

6 Ways to Enjoy a Sweet Potato

6 Ways to Enjoy a Sweet Potato

6 Ways to Enjoy a Sweet Potato By Kaitlin Williams MPH, RD, LD Sweet potato has become the root of my obsession……(get it? Root…because it’s a root vegetable) [insert pity laugh here]. I jumped on the sweet potato train…and I’m not getting off anytime soon. This amazing root vegetable is so versatile and can be used in both sweet and…read more →

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