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How to Get Your Whole Family Eating One Meal

  August 3, 2016

“One meal…I would love that!” says every parent.  I haven’t had a parent yet come into my office and not look relieved when I tell them the first thing we need to work on is serving the same meal for everyone. Every parent dreams of the day you cook one meal for your family and … Continued

How to Stop Battling with Your Child About Eating!

  July 29, 2016

What if the easy answer was as simple as… just stop. If only it was that easy, right? You get home from a long day of work, you rush to get food on the table only to be bombarded with whining and insults — Yuck, Gross, I DON’T want THAT! What could be more frustrating than … Continued

Setting Limits with Feeding

  July 25, 2016

Sometimes being a fly on the wall can help me to better understand what my clients are thinking, but afraid to say to me. Yesterday, I was scrolling through my phone waiting for my daughter’s dance class to finish up. Let me first say, none of the other moms know what I do for a … Continued

How to Lessen Anxiety Around Feeding Children and Enjoy Meal Time!

  July 22, 2016

Today, there is a tremendous pressure on us to feed our children well. Its no surprise with all the pressure we feel it raises our anxiety levels and makes us less likely to be able to relax when we feed them. And forget it, what if your child isn’t growing well, picky or has a … Continued

Cancer, Miscarriage and Healing

  July 19, 2016

I’ve sat down to write this blog post many times over the course of the past few months, but each time I struggled to get the words on the screen. I often asked myself, how do I explain my “unexplained” absence over the past year. I think only now, can I really talk about it … Continued

Cajun Shrimp and Corn Stew

  March 30, 2015

  This week I have been on a mission to find some new, yummy dinner recipes. Anyone that knows me, knows that I rarely repeat a recipe in my house. When my husband first met me, he realized after a year of dating that we had never eaten the same dinner twice. Life is too … Continued

How Do you Get Your Child to Eat Healthy?

  March 27, 2015

  “They just won’t eat healthy, I’m not sure what to do?” This is a statement I hear almost daily in my private practice. With our health obsessed world many parents are struggling to feed their children, and seriously it’s no surprise. Even, or should I say especially as a dietitian, I sometimes have to … Continued

Roasted Lemon Chicken with Asparagus and Orzo

  March 25, 2015

  When I’m preparing meals for the week I keep two things in mind, 1. What is on sale at the grocery store 2. How much time do I have to prepare the meal each night. Tuesday nights are usually my late night and this meal was perfect for me be able to prep ahead … Continued

Cauliflower Tots

  February 1, 2015

  Okay, I am not going to pretend that these pictures do anything for these yummy tots. I tried out this new recipe after buying cauliflower. Cauliflower is probably my husband’s least favorite vegetable and he kind of hates when I make it. I really had low expectations because the last time I tried to … Continued

One Pot “Baked” Ziti

  January 18, 2015

  Last night, I conducted a cooking class. This easy recipe was a big hit! Since I had made the Baked Zit earlier in the week for my family, I can concur it was delicious and easy. The Italian Sausage gave the meal a great taste, but could easily be substituted for ground turkey, ground beef, … Continued