Then & Now

April 2, 2014
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When I think back to the days that I started this blog, I realize that I am now a very different version of my self. Despite the fact that I felt very adult at 24, I look back to those first few posts and see a young, young girl. That me was a newlywed, childless, […]

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Stepping Outside Of The RD Box

March 28, 2014

Fellow RD Lee Jackson emailed me about doing a guest post on KERF a few weeks ago. As we brainstormed topic ideas, I realized she had a really cool nontraditional RD job that I wanted to know more about. I get emails all the time about the job options for RDs, so I figured a […]

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Guest RD: Rev Your Metabolism

March 19, 2014

Today’s nutrition post comes from my friend Robyn here in Charlottesville! Robyn writes a blog at The Real Life RD and also has an online nutrition practice – Nutshell Nutrition. Take it away Robyn! Our culture is obsessed with diet and exercise. We take pride and gratification in eating less and moving more. How many […]

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Weight Loss Report Card 2

March 5, 2014

It’s time for another edition of the Weight Loss Report Card! Last time I gave myself a B+ overall – good effort but too many slips…or whatever you want to call them. I feel like it’s hard to talk about weight loss in the blog world without accusations that you’re being too hard on yourself, […]

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Guest RD: Nutrient Dense Eating

February 27, 2014

Today’s post comes from Alexandra Caspero MA, RD, CLT of Delicious Knowledge. Alex writes about plant-based recipes and nutrition topics and offers nutrition consultations! {I have loved hosting these RDs on KERF – let me know if you’re a Registered Dietitian who would like to share a topic!} In the past five years of seeing […]

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Why This Registered Dietitian Eats More Fat

February 13, 2014
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Hey, Kath Eats Real Food readers! I’m Anne, a Washington D.C. area Registered Dietitian (RD) with an online-based nutrition counseling private practice. I’m also a health/fitness blogger over at fANNEtastic food, where I share quick and easy meal ideas and health tips, simple nutritious recipes, fitness adventures and running training plans, and more. A big […]

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Paleo Diet: Pros And Cons

January 31, 2014

Today’s nutrition post comes from Amelia Winslow, MS, MPH of Eating Made Easy. Amelia holds two master’s degrees, in Nutrition and Public Health, from Tufts University in Boston. She and I are on the same page about the Paleo Diet, so I am excited for her to share some of the pros and cons of […]

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