Southern Goat Cheese Grits & Vegetable Bowl

Southern Goat Cheese Grits & Vegetable Bowl

Make this southern goat cheese grits and vegetable bowl! It’s a bowl of creamy stone ground grits with goat cheese melted in, topped with garlicky sauteed spinach, roasted sweet potatoes, and black-eyed peas, then topped with salsa verde! Feel free to use any seasonal veggies you like to switch it up.

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Intuitive Eating 101: Beginners Guide to Intuitive Eating

Intuitive Eating 101: Beginners Guide to Intuitive Eating

Curious about intuitive eating and not sure where to start? I’ve got ya! This post covers intuitive eating basics including the 10 principles of intuitive eating, myths and misconceptions, and how to get started with intuitive eating. It also has links to my most helpful intuitive eating blog posts, plus resources for where to learn more.

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Letting go of food rules on vacation.

Letting go of food rules on vacation.

Do you wish you could go back and re do vacations without diet mentality chipping away at the fun? Since time travel isn’t an option yet, let’s vow to stop inviting diet mentality to tag along on our future vacations! Give yourself the gift of of food freedom on your next trip and learn four tips for letting go of diet rules on vacation in this post.

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Tips for Female Small Business Owners Running a Nutrition Private Practice

Tips for Female Small Business Owners Running a Nutrition Private Practice

Every year on the anniversary of my nutrition private practice, I share a post for aspiring nutrition entrepreneurs. This year I wanted to focus on tips for female small business owners. Last week I was on a panel for local female entrepreneurs, and I left feeling so inspired hearing about the stories of local women I admire! Reflecting on the event, I realized that getting over all the gendered crap I had picked up from society was probably the biggest barrier in starting and growing my practice.

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Mustard Green and Sausage Orecchiette

Mustard Green and Sausage Orecchiette

Mustard Green and Sausage Orecchiette! Just seven ingredients to make this easy, family friendly meal! Cook sauteed mustard greens with sweet Italian sausage and lightly caramelized onion which adds sweetness to this bitter green. Toss with ear shaped pasta for a dish the whole family will love! Takes less than 30 minutes for this weeknight meal!

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3 Easy Breakfast Snack Plates

3 Easy Breakfast Snack Plates

Breakfast snack plates are an easy grab and go way to start the day! Just pair with a glass of Florida Orange Juice to complete! Check out this post to learn how to make breakfast snack plates and get three ideas, including a smoked salmon snack plate, a protein breakfast snack plate, and cottage cheese breakfast snack plate!

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Diet Mythbusters Part 3: Women's Health and Nutrition Myths

Diet Mythbusters Part 3: Women's Health and Nutrition Myths

When someone finds out I’m a dietitian, one of the first comments I get is “oh, so you tell people what to eat.” In my office, we do a lot more UNLEARNING! There’s so much misinformation out there about nutrition, and that can make eating really stressful, constantly worrying if you’re doing something potentially harmful. In that light, this year for National Nutrition Month I’m busting the most common nutrition myths. In part 3, we’re covering women’s health and nutrition myths.

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Diet Mythbusters Part 2: Carbs

Diet Mythbusters Part 2: Carbs

When someone finds out I’m a dietitian, one of the first comments I get is “oh, so you tell people what to eat.” In my office, we do a lot more UNLEARNING! There’s so much misinformation out there about nutrition, and that can make eating really stressful, constantly worrying if you’re doing something potentially harmful. In that light, this year for National Nutrition Month I’m busting the most common nutrition myths. In part 2, we’re covering nutrition myths about carbohydrates.

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Spring Asparagus and Goat Cheese Pizza

Spring Asparagus and Goat Cheese Pizza

My black car is officially yellow, so it’s time to break out the asparagus recipes, starting with this spring asparagus and goat cheese pizza! While I am usually adamantly pro-tomato sauce on pizza, I love this pie topped with garlic oil, two cheeses, crisp-tender asparagus and thin slices of Yukon gold potatoes. Don’t be skeptical of potatoes on pizza - the crispy rounds of potato are so good! And as I’m writing this, I’m realizing proscuitto or bacon would be a very welcome addition.

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What to expect working with a non-diet dietitian

What to expect working with a non-diet dietitian

As a non-diet, private practice dietitian, there’s a lot of misconceptions about what we do, and I think a lot of those misconceptions can make people afraid to reach out for help. Will you be told what you can and can’t eat? Will you be judged for your weight or eating choices? Will you be lectured about nutrition the whole time? Learn what to expect working with a non-diet dietitian in this article.

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Vegan Peanut Ginger Cauliflower Veggie Burgers

Vegan Peanut Ginger Cauliflower Veggie Burgers

Homemade veggie burgers can be hit or miss. This recipe for vegan peanut ginger cauliflower veggie burgers are a hit! Made with a combination of quinoa, oats, chickpeas and rice cauliflower seasoned with ginger, soy sauce, peanut butter and fresh herbs. Enjoy over a salad on in a bun with an easy sriracha mayo!

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Diet Mythbusters Part 1: Food and Nutrition Myths that Never Die

Diet Mythbusters Part 1: Food and Nutrition Myths that Never Die

When someone finds out I’m a dietitian, one of the first comments I get is “oh, so you tell people what to eat.” In my office, we do a lot more UNLEARNING! There’s so much misinformation out there about nutrition, and that can make eating really stressful, constantly worrying if you’re doing something potentially harmful. In that light, this year for National Nutrition Month I’m busting the most common nutrition myths. In part 1, we’re covering nutrition myths that never seem to die!

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Spaghetti with Tempeh Sausage Marinara and Artichokes

Spaghetti with Tempeh Sausage Marinara and Artichokes

This spaghetti with tempeh sausage marinara is a weeknight version of one of my favorite weekend dishes! It swaps crumbled tempeh seasoned with sage, fennel, basil and oregano for sausage to make it a vegetarian meal. Add artichokes for veggies and texture! This easy recipe takes less than 30 minutes hands on time!

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Coconut Cherry Muesli

Coconut Cherry Muesli

Coconut cherry muesli is super easy and budget friendly to make! Made with oats tossed with dried cherries, shredded coconut, almonds, and cashews with oats. Enjoy it by itself with milk, or mixed with yogurt and topped with berries and honey for easy overnight oats. Packed with fiber for a filling breakfast!

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What I wish more people understood about eating disorders

What I wish more people understood about eating disorders

There are so many misconceptions about eating disorders, within dietetics, and in the general population, and that’s created a world that’s really dangerous for those with eating disorders or at risk. It prevents people both from asking for help when they need it, and receiving adequate care when they do.

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Spicy Harissa Bean Soup

Spicy Harissa Bean Soup

This simple, budget-friendly recipe for spicy harissa bean soup is my favorite way to clean out the pantry of all those random mason jars of beans that accumulates when you shop in the bulk aisle. Learn tips for cooking perfect dry beans, and ideas for other recipes for using up harissa.

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How to Stop Binging on the Weekend

How to Stop Binging on the Weekend

With less structure, more going out to eat and travel, and sometimes, more alcohol, navigating eating on the weekends can be a challenge. It’s not unusual to get trapped in a cycle of eating “perfectly” during the week, then binging on the weekend. Learn 9 tips for how to stop binging on the weekend in this post.

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South Africa Travel Guide: Garden Route & Johannesburg

South Africa Travel Guide: Garden Route & Johannesburg

Sharing the final South Africa travel guide from our recent trip! This edition covers the Garden Route, where we went diving with sharks, hiking in Tsisikama National Park and Robberg Nature Reserve, and stayed in the resort town of Knysna. We wrapped up with a night of camping in Addo Elephant Park and finally, museum hopping in Johannesburg.

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Discovering Space for Body Peace

Discovering Space for Body Peace

Body image work is hard. Every day we’re exposed to dozens of messages and triggers telling us that we don’t stack up to an unrealistic beauty ideal. It’s easy to identify these triggers, but what about identifying the spaces where you do feel at peace with your body, and actively discovering space for body peace?

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