The Bulletproof Coffee Trend

What is it? Created by Dave Asprey (a technology entrepreneur and businessmen) Bulletproof Coffee, which contains three ingredients: unsalted grass-fed butter, Brain Octane oil (extracted from coconut and palm kernels), and coffee made with mold-free, lab-tested beans, has health claims that include curbing hunger, burning more fat, weight loss, and optimizing brain function. Asprey Claims: The … Continue reading The Bulletproof Coffee Trend

Why I Switched from Coffee to Tea

I was a complete coffee addict, I HAD to have it every morning and if I did not drink my cup of coffee than I was grumpy, irritable, and most likely I had a killer headache. Although coffee has proven health benefits that I will list below, I didn't like the attachment I had to … Continue reading Why I Switched from Coffee to Tea

The Low-Down on Added Sugars

Sugar is a carbohydrate that comes in many forms. There are added sugars like table sugar, honey, molasses, corn syrup, and then there are natural sugars found in fruit and milk. Natural sugars found in fruit  are called fructose Natural sugars found in milk are called lactose Eating sugar does not cause diabetes but eating … Continue reading The Low-Down on Added Sugars

Day 3 Food Log of a Dietitian

Wednesday: Thank goodness it is the middle of the week, this is the time of the week where you start to get exhausted from work and try to choose the quickest + easiest thing to put on a plate. Lime Chicken is so easy so I chose that for dinner, I marinate the chicken with lime, … Continue reading Day 3 Food Log of a Dietitian

Day Two Food Log of a Dietitian

Here we go, continuing with me being transparent and honest in EVERYTHING I eat this week. Another disclaimer.. I get free meals at work so sometimes when there is something crazy unhealthy on my food log, I will bet its due to it being the only option at work. Who isn't a fan of free … Continue reading Day Two Food Log of a Dietitian

1 Week Food Log of a Dietitian

ATTENTION, ATTENTION! What do dietitians eat? After many requests for meal plans this week and not enough time in my life to attend to these requests I decided to document my 24-hour intake daily for a week and post it for everyone to view! Disclaimer: my diet is anything but perfect, I have treats too … Continue reading 1 Week Food Log of a Dietitian

SHARING RECIPES!

I had to brag on these two websites for having some of the most delicious recipes (as well as easiest recipes) ever! I tried "No Bake Peanut Butter Granola Bars" and it literally took me 5 minutes to make and then I chilled the granola overnight. The next morning I packaged the granola into individual bars and I … Continue reading SHARING RECIPES!

Dietitians Want Easy Meals Too

A common misconception is that us Dietitians spend incredible amount of hours in the kitchen cooking and preparing fresh foods daily. This is sooo not true for this Dietitian. I, like others, am exhausted after an 8 to 10 hour work day and I want the quickest meal possible because I am most likely super … Continue reading Dietitians Want Easy Meals Too

Frequently Asked Questions.

As a Registered Dietitian in the Clinical setting I am bombarded with random nutrition questions all day long. The questions could range from weight loss to resveratrol, from what is a carbohydrate to how much potassium should I consume a day? Because of the wide array of nutrition questions I answer daily,  I decided that I … Continue reading Frequently Asked Questions.