Here's a recipe that even the kids can help pull together - good enough for a special occasion, but easy enough for a everyday. This baked oatmeal is packed with nutrients and a perfect base for however you enjoy your oats!
ICYMI, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans were released on January 7... The public (I’m going to include the media in that statement) has been a little up in arms with this news. Critiques and frustrations abound, but those that I find most interesting are “why should I care?” and “how is this different?”.
One of the ways this plays out is that I can advocate for eating canned fruits and vegetables. You've probably heard over and over again that fresh is best, and to shop the perimeter of the grocery store. While this advice is well-intentioned, it can leave us feeling confused or guilty when we reach for some convenience items.
Ultimately, remember that how you talk about food and your own body matters. Off-handedly commenting on the eating habits of others is rarely helpful, and often hurtful. Health takes on many different forms, and how we speak to ourselves and one another is a big part of it.
ICYMI, I had the chance to write a guest post on Nutrition Nuptials, a blog by fellow dietitian, Mandy Unanski Enright. Mandy is part of the Nutrition Entrepreneurs practice group with me, and she invited me to share some thoughts on introducing healthy foods at Thanksgiving.
You may only know of him as Amy Schumer's uncle, but Chuck Schumer has been a senator in New York state since I was in high school. Recently, he has taken a stand against a new product on the shelves - a caffeinated version of peanut butter.