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If you’re anything like me, you don’t particularly care for grocery shopping. You don’t like taking the time to go, the effort to walk the aisles and having to make decisions about what to purchase. On the one hand, you wish the store had just one version of whatever you need, so you could get […]



With the popularity of books like The China Study, Forks Over Knives, and Vegan Before 6 (VB6), lots of people are choosing to be vegetarian or vegan at least part of the time. Recently several people who have reduced or eliminated animal products have expressed to me concerns that they are not getting enough protein. […]



As I mentioned in my introduction video, there are two important aspects to eating healthy. One is the secret to liking food that’s good for you, which I’ve already covered. The other is figuring out how to eat food that’s exclusively for enjoyment. In case you are not aware, I don’t believe people can (or […]


I recently attended the Integrative Healthcare Symposium at which healthcare practitioners from various disciplines converged to hear about the latest advancements in integrative and functional medicine. During his presentation about patient-centered diagnosis, Leo Galland, MD, said that disease and illness result from the interaction of mediators, triggers, and risk factors. In other words, the relationship […]




You won’t be surprised to know that my conversations with people often turn to discussions about food. As soon as someone finds out I’m a dietitian, one of the first questions they ask is, “What do you think of <insert “low carb”, “Atkins”, or name of some other diet>?” The second most common thing that […]

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