Love it, Like, Avoid It: Salad Greens

Do you find yourself browsing the salad green aisle on your weekly grocery trip, trying to decide which lettuce to purchase for the week? It feels like every time I’m on the aisle, the options and combinations of greens grow. Surely I’m not the only one that feels this way! You may have heard that dark, leafy greens are the best option, but why is that? And, are there ones that are better than others? Today, we are beginning a new series called ‘Love it, Like it, Avoid It’ where we highlight a type of food and provide our recommendations on what to choose! We hope this is a helpful tool for you as you navigate the grocery store.

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Ask the RD- Part 2

We are back today answering more of your questions with another installment of Ask the RD! If you missed Ask the RD part 1, be sure to check it out!

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Have you gone Greek? {Yogurt 101}

With most of the dairy aisle filled with multiple types of yogurts, it can be overwhelming to know which to buy and which to avoid. There are a few standard rules to follow to ensure you are getting the most nutrition out of the yogurt you eat.

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Ask the RD- Part 1

One of our primary goals when starting this blog was to help provide accurate nutrition information. As I’m sure you’re aware, there is plenty of information about the latest and greatest diet, pill, vitamin, protein powder, exercise class etc. Without a solid understanding of human nutrition, this information can be hard to sort through to find fact vs fiction. In addition, things are constantly changing. Throughout our careers, we have been asked numerous questions, though some seem to continually come up. We wanted to start a series, Ask the RD, addressing some of the common questions that have come up! Feel free to email or comment below if you have a question you would like answered!

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5 tips for staying healthy during the holidays

I can’t believe it, Thanksgiving is this week! I say it every year, but time sure does fly and the holidays pass by even faster!

For many, the holiday season is a time to focus on spending quality time with friends and family while enjoying delicious meals and festive cocktails. Exercise is passed up for dinner dates with friends, veggies are replaced with starchy side dishes and succulent desserts! Though I 100% agree with letting loose, partaking in the festivities, and cherishing that extra time with those special people in your lives, practicing some healthy habits could save you from feeling sluggish after the holidays are over! Here are our 5 tips for staying healthy this holiday season!

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