Brussels Sprouts

Trying to brighten up your holiday meals? Why not try some Brussels sprouts! These little cruciferous vegetables belong to the cabbage family. Chock full of B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin K (caution if you take warfarin (coumadin) or any other blood thinners) and...

Flour-less Pumpkin Pancakes

It’s the fall and pumpkin is EVERYWHERE. You are finding it in your favorite coffee, desserts, soups and even beer! But how about your pancakes? By now you are probably aware of the health benefits of pumpkin. This vitamin A rich food is a great substation to a...

Let’s Get Poppin’

Looking for a low calorie snack to munch on? Try some popcorn! Popcorn is a 100% whole grain food. It is packed with fiber, which is great for your digestive health and helps to keep you fuller for longer. Three cups of popcorn is considered 1 serving and about 100...

How Much Water Do You Need?

Everyone has heard the old adage of “8 glasses a day”. This statement is a myth, but believe or not is not that far off from the truth. The current fluid recommendations for adults is about 91 fl oz for women and 125 fl oz for men. This may seem like a lot, but this...

Homemade Popsicles

Looking for a fresh summer treat? Skip the water ice and ice pops loaded with added sugars and try something simple at home. Have some fun with this recipe, get creative and have your kids get involved in the process. Have them pick out a fun new seasonal fruit to...

Quin No Uh? Kee-no-what? Quinoa! What is this thing…”quinoa”? How do you pronounce it? This wonderful ancient grain is called quinoa and pronounced “keen-wah”.  Quinoa is considered a whole grain and is also naturally gluten-free. It is such an important food because...

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Staying hydrated during the summer season

By Carlie Saint-Laurent Beaucejour, MS, RD, LDN Summer is here which means staying hydrated is essential for a safe and healthy summer. Approximately 60-70% of water makes up the human body. Therefore, replenishing our body with water is key to maintain homeostasis,...

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Go Bananas!

By Carlie Saint-Laurent Beaucejour, RD,LDN Are you scared to eat a banana because all the noise about it being “high in sugar”? Your Nutrition expert is telling you to not fear and go bananas. First off, bananas have zero added sugar, unlike the honey or table sugar you would find in baked goods or soda, it is […]

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Meatless Options for the Lenten Season

By Carlie Saint-Laurent Beaucejour, RD,LDN Lenten season begins on Ash Wednesday, the day after Mardi Gras, and lasts for 6 weeks. It’s a time a portion of the American population takes to engage in a routine that is not regularly done, like meditating, fasting, or donating household and clothing items. Sometimes the Lent engagement may […]

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