Nutrition

Guest RD: Overeating

March 9, 2015
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Welcome Jessica Penner, a Canadian Registered Dietitian here today to tell us about her experiences and advice with overeating! I was an active kid, but for some reason I had no endurance. After 10 seconds of running, I was out of breath with a burning stitch in my side. Apparently there’s a name for this: […]

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Tips From A Nutrition Entrepreneur

February 4, 2015
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Today I have a guest post from Registered Dietitian Kayli about her experiences an entrepreneur. Many of you email me inquiring about options in the dietetics field, and I know lots of you are interested in working in the food and nutrition industry, so I hope her tips are helpful!  Hello there! I am Kayli and to […]

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Guest RD: Prenatal Nutrition + Protein Needs

December 30, 2014
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Good morning all! I have a double Guest RD post for you guys – Michelle and Amanda have prepared a great sample 2-day vegetarian meal plan to demonstrate that protein needs are easily met with plants. I want to make their Apple Pie Smoothie stat!! Check out their blog – Life To Table – for […]

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Guest RD: Protein In A Plant-Based Diet + Artichoke & Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms

December 3, 2014
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I’m happy to introduce Bryana Piazza, today’s guest dietitian, who will be sharing expertise on protein in a plant-based diet. I love Bryana’s devotion to plants, and her post is a great reminder to us all to eat more of them. I’m also drooling over her stuffed mushroom recipe below! Hi everyone! I’m Bryana and […]

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The Perfect Salad (Plus Creamsicle Dressing and Candied Nuts)

December 2, 2014
The Perfect Salad // Katheats.com

What would be on your ideal salad? Mine would feature a great balance of nutrition and flavor. My goal when building a salad is always to get a good mix of flavor, texture and macronutrients. In this case we go super healthy with local greens and canned salmon. A perfectly seared piece of salmon would […]

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5 Ways To Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

November 18, 2014
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Which club do you belong to: those who live it up over the holidays and recommit on January 1 or those who maintain (or lose!) weight throughout the season? I flip flop back and forth, but in general the squiggly line effect keeps me in the maintenance group (so I hope!) I’m partnering with Celestial […]

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Guest RD: Metabolic Testing

November 6, 2014
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Today’s guest post is by Katherine Horner, MS, RD, LD, NASM-CPT, CES. (Whoa that’s a lot of credentials!) Katherine is here to tell us about her experience going through metabolic testing as well as some background on how dietitians work with these numbers. I actually had the opportunity take a similar test many years ago. […]

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