Social media is no longer just a fun way to connect with others. It’s a gateway to limitless information and influencer-insight at your fingertips - as well as a minefield of misinformation about nutrition and wellness. So today we’re applying a ‘factual filter’ to some of the most viral nutrition nonsense being peddled on your favorite platforms.
In times like this, being healthy means making peace with new priorities & getting back to the basics with your nutrition. There’s strength in saying sayonara to old dieting mindsets & redefining real nourishment needs. These RD tips will help you embrace the essentials and find new ways to fuel you & your family best.
Hands up HIGH if you're still crushing 2019 and cruising through all of your big healthy eating and exercise resolutions! Not so much?? Well you are NOT ALONE! Don't be so fast to say 'Maybe next year...'! It may just be time to re-evaluate your resolutions so they energize you - and not exhaust you.
Got 2 minutes to commit to a healthier you - along with a healthier family too? More frequent meals together leads to oh-so-many health benefits, but actually making them HAPPEN can be HARD. Consider this your ‘cliff notes’ of quick tips to Eat Together and Eat Better this October and all year long!
Let’s have some ‘real talk’ today about why & when popular DIET TRENDS are not your friends. Tune in to this month’s #HealthierYouin2 for tips to recognize the red flags of a potentially dangerous diet fad:
It’s the tail end of Kids Eat Right Month! Now is the time to check in with your child’s nutrition habits - the good😊, the bad☹️ & the ugly😳! Tune into this month’s Healthier You In 2 for tips to build more balanced, healthy lunches they’ll love - just in time for sending them back to school!
It’s the tail end of #KidsEatRight Month! Now is the time to check in with your child’s nutrition habits - the good😊, the bad☹️ & the ugly😳! Tune into this month’s #HealthierYouIn2 for tips to build more balanced, healthy lunches they’ll love - just in time for sending them #BackToSchool!
How is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist different from a 'Nutritionist'? Are they the same thing? [Spoiler Alert: They are not!] Check out this newest episode of a 'Healthier You in 2' to make sure that you only entrust your nutritional health to a properly credentialed, licensed nutrition expert.
Decoding food labels and packaging claims can feel like detective work at times - but with these few tips, you'll be savvy enough to strategically skim those nutrition facts and sleuth your way to the truth behind those creative package claims.