I think most of you know by now that I am a big fan of Greek yogurt — it’s a good source of calcium and protein, and it’s lower in sugar than other types of yogurt (especially when you stick to the original). One of the other things I love about Greek yogurt, is it’s versatility. Yogurt isn’t just for breakfast or snacks anymore. I use it to add creaminess to soups, as a dip for fruit, and to make cakes. What’s pretty amazing about it, is that you can even use it as a replac… read more »
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 »
The holidays are always hectic and it’s very easy to lose sight of your goals during this time of year, so a few weeks ago, a fellow dietitian, Rebecca Scritchfield, started the “Me Movement.” The purpose of this movement is to stay positive during the holiday season and to put yourself first to maintain your wellness. By taking the “me” pledge you promise yourself the self-care you deserve. Just like last year I told you abut resolving all year long, not just when it c… read more »
Last week I was at the American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Boston. Over 10,000 dietitians from around the country got together to learn, network, and check out the latest food products. If you were following me on Twitter, you probably saw many posts from my 4 days away, and if you didn’t, check out #FNCE to see what everyone was tweeting.
Here is a (very) brief rundown of the highlights of my trip:
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The following post was written by nutritioulicious™ intern Jo Bartell… read more »
As the fall sets in, I start to crave squash (well, I always crave squash), and I love that so many varieties of winter squash are at the farmers market, the grocery store, and in all the cooking magazines! One pretty and yummy winter squash that I sometimes forget about is the delicata squash. If you’ve never seen a delicata squash, it’s about the size of a large potato. The outside is cream colored with thin dark green vertica