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Nutritioulicious Oatmeal

I love oatmeal for breakfast. As soon as the cold weather hits, I am all about warm, comforting foods, and oatmeal is definitely one of them. When I was younger, I didn’t have the healthiest diet and I ate sugary packets of oatmeal (my fave: Maple & Brown Sugar). As I got older and started to enjoy the natural flavor of foods (I definitely have a sweet tooth, so it was no easy feat!), I began to like plain oatmeal with some fruit, cinnamon, and a touch of brown sugar — not too sweet, but just enough… read more »

Welcome nutritioulicious Intern Megan!

Today I am welcoming another intern to my team here at nutritioulicious! You have already gotten to know Jo, who is getting a masters in nutrition. And starting today, undergrad nutrition student Megan Kian will be contributing to the nutritioulicious blog! Read all about her below and stay tuned for some of her posts! ——————————————————————… read more »

Walnut Nutrition

By now you know that I’m a fan of walnuts. What with my post about interesting walnut facts, walnut pesto, dinner with walnuts, and how walnuts are harvested, you probably think that walnuts are the only nut I eat (not true)! I could go on for a few more blog posts about walnuts and my time at the walnut harvest festival, but I’ll make this my last post on the subject (at least for now). After all, this is a nutrition blog, so I would be remiss if I didn’t tell you about the nutritional benef… read more »

Happy Birthday nutritioulicious™

Today is the 1st birthday of my blog, nutritioulicious™!
Here’s my first blog post: Welcome to My Blog!
In the past year I have written 132 posts on various nutrition topics, including nutrition news, nutrition tips, holiday eating, behavior modification, seasonal eating, and of course lots of recipes! Some of you have had your questions answered in my Wednesday Wonders column (send more Qs my way!), read some guest posts… read more » (and my posts on other blogs), and perhaps you’ve even seen m

Happy, Healthy, and nutritioulicious™ New Year

As we close out the end of one year and enter into another, it’s a great time to reflect on what we have accomplished over the past 365 days and think ahead to what we want to achieve in the next 365 days.
Take out a pen and paper and write down some of your goals for the new year. As I said in my post Resolve All Year Long, it’s best to do this throughout the year, so keep the list and reflect on it periodically in 2010. And don’t forget about The Basics of Goal Setting and writing them in a way that… read more »