All Macros Matter

Meredith Biggart MS, RD, LDN

“I just cut out [fill in the blank] from my diet and I feel great!”

If I had a nickel for every time I’ve heard a statement like this, I would have a big bag of nickels. After a few weeks or months, that same person is irritable…read more

Why Self-Talk Matters When We Goof Up With Food

by Heather Bell, MPH, RD,LDN

We’re well into a New Year of food and fitness resolutions, so I thought it might be a good idea to focus for a moment on how we can best help ourselves when we’re unhappy with our eating choices… read more

Making Mealtimes Easy Part Two: I Love It When A Plan Comes Together

by Heather Bell, MPH, RD, LD

Last time, we focused on creating a catalogue of well-loved meals and snacks.  In today’s post, we’ll focus on basic meal planning as the secret to low-stress meal and snack preparation…read more.

Making Mealtimes Easy Part One:  Start With What You Love

by Heather Bell, MPH, RD, LDN

Let’s face it: sometimes we lack the time, energy, or culinary inspiration to enjoy dealing with food.  When that’s the case, meals and snacks can become… read more!

Tips to Empower, Relax and Enjoy Meals in the Campus Dining Hall

by Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDE, CEDRD

Dining halls can serve as gathering meccas on campus.  You can view them as an opportunity to nourish your campus life, both through social connection…read more

Getting Started with Eating on Campus

by Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDE, CEDRD   

College dining halls can serve as a major source of connecting with friends at school.  Dining halls may serve to extend conversations…read more

A Mindful Pause a la Farm

by Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDE,CEDRD

Summer in New England invites us to connect more fully with the local food movement.  A farm visit is a great opportunity to…read more

National Nutrition Month – Put your best fork forward and Apple Square Recipe

by Jen Locke RD, LDN

Since March is national nutrition month, I am sharing this year’s theme: “put your best fork forward.”  Now, there could be many ways to interpret this theme, especially if you are someone who struggles with an eating disorder or …read more

Simple Butternut Squash and Apple Bake

by Amy Aubertin, MS,RD,LDN

This is something easy to put together with two fall foods. If you have any leftovers, it can be breakfast with a dollop of …read more.

Apple Crisp Recipe

by Jennifer Locke, RD, LDN

Like many New Englanders, when I think of fall I think of apples, and when I think of apples I always think of apple crisp.  My favorite apple crisp recipe is a family recipe that my mom…read more.