Best Resources for Healthy Recipes and Nutrition Education

Research on food and nutrition is constantly expanding and growing, guidelines are changing daily and new fad diets + "superfoods" are becoming trends everyday. As dietitians, our job is to keep up-to-date on nutrition information so that we can counsel our clients and patients appropriately with research based evidence (not just reading a web article and believing everything we … Continue reading Best Resources for Healthy Recipes and Nutrition Education

Lets Talk About Hemp Seeds

  You know why I love the addition of seeds and nuts into my diet? Because it is so EASY to add them to pretty much anything I eat.  I don't have to prep anything to add a super nutrition boost to my meals! I just sprinkle sliced nuts and seeds over everything. I mean, come on, … Continue reading Lets Talk About Hemp Seeds

Healthy Turkey and Veggies, One-Pot Skillet Meal

This is one of my favorite one-pot skillet meals to make on a busy week-day night. Chris and I both work full time so sometimes its a struggle to keep enough healthy food in the fridge for us to bring meals to work + have hot meals on the table every night. This meal is … Continue reading Healthy Turkey and Veggies, One-Pot Skillet Meal

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

All About Yogurt

Did you know that yogurt consumption has been associated with higher nutrient intakes, better diet quality and improved metabolic profiles in adults? Recent studies show that children who consumed yogurt daily had lower blood pressure, lower HgbA1c levels, and smaller hip circumferences than children who did not consume yogurt in their diet or infrequently consumed … Continue reading All About Yogurt

Peanut Butter Banana Bread Recipe

Seriously guys, this is the easiest and most simple bread recipe ever. It takes me about ten minutes of prep and an hour in the oven to bake. The combination of peanut butter and banana is delicious, as we all know, and its even better in bread! I will normally eat a slice for breakfast … Continue reading Peanut Butter Banana Bread Recipe

Chickpea Casserole, Black Bean Brownies, and Zucchini and Potato Tian Recipes.

I am not great about remembering to post links to recipes and share, I apologize for all the requests that I am just now getting back to! Here are a few of the recipes that I posted pictures of on Instagram (follow me if you aren't already! username:cinthiascottrd)  All of these are super quick and … Continue reading Chickpea Casserole, Black Bean Brownies, and Zucchini and Potato Tian Recipes.

Fertility and Nutrition

Recent studies and articles have piqued my interest in nutrition and the affects it has on male and females in regards to fertility. I have taken the most up-to-date research based evidence to give a list of foods and nutrients that have been shown to provide benefits while attempting to become pregnant if included in … Continue reading Fertility and Nutrition

My Christmas Feast and Holiday Recipes to Share

 I am so sad the holidays are over! This was my first year to host Christmas Eve Dinner for my family and it was quite the production. I was able to feed 14 people and I only burnt the macaroni and cheese a little bit. I was catering to 12 non-restrictive eaters and 2 vegan's … Continue reading My Christmas Feast and Holiday Recipes to Share

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

Herbs and Spices for Health

Herbs & spices add flavor to cooking without adding salt, excess fat and artificial chemicals additives. Using herbs to flavor food is especially recommended for people watching their sodium intake and wanting to avoid adding high salt seasoning blends to meals. They also contain health benefits that not many people are familiar with due to their vitamin, … Continue reading Herbs and Spices for Health

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!