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Another #meatlessmonday "Power Plate"! (Türkçesi altta ) - What makes this plate so "powerful"? - It's full of whole, plant-based foods! The benefits of a plant-based diet include: - • Disease prevention & reversal • Healthy body weight • Longer life & healthier life • Delicious flavors and diverse foods... - I could go on...: ) Happy Monday! - İşte dengeli, doyurucu ve besleyici bir tabak. Bitkisel bazlı beslenmenin faydaları nedir? - • Hastalıklar önlemek ve yok etmek • Sağlıklı kilo sağlamak • Daha uzun ve daha iyi kalite ömür • Lezzetli ve çeşitli yemekler - Aslında devam edebilirim... : ) İyi #etsizpazartesi   'ler! ********************************* Didem Varol, RD Longevity through plantgevity #plantgevity ******************************** #registereddietitian #dietitian #diyetisyenistanbul #diyetisyen #diyetönerileri #health #healthycooking #healthy #sağlıklı #sağlık #plantbasedfoods #plantpowered #healthyvegan #sağlıklıvegan #veganturkiye #veganistanbul #istanbul #powerplate #bitkiselbazlıbeslenme #yemek #hayat #lifestyle #cook #yasamtarziniz #monday #mondaymotivation #pazartesi

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Broccoli Salad for breakfast! It's okay to eat nonconventional foods for meals. You can veer away from the "meat and potatoes" way of thinking of meals and incorporate so much variety! I made this Blueberry Lemon Poppyseed Broccoli Salad yesterday and my husband and I have eaten it for every meal and snack since! It's so good! Make the Dressing: 1/2 cup Mayo 1/2 cup Greek Yogurt, Plain 1 Tbsp Sugar 2 tsp Poppyseeds 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice Mix these ingredients: 2 Heads Broccoli, chopped 1 cup Blueberries, fresh 1/3 cup Blueberries, dried 1/2 cup Cashews 1/4 cup Green Onions, chopped 1 Tbsp Lemon Zest Add the dressing to the salad ingredients and enjoy. This is one of those dishes that tastes even better after overnight refrigeration! Leftovers are great! Does anyone have a less common kitchen gadget that they love? My zester is mine! I use it more than I ever thought I would!!

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MOVEMENT MATTERS challenge beginning October 1! . . @amandaconway_rd and I have been brainstorming all month to make the October edition Even better than previous months. . . ✅We will use @mapmyrun (free ) app ✅Levels based on anticipated # of miles you are going to walk ✅Smaller groups (10-15 people ) ✅Weekly winners based on # of miles per week ✅private Facebook group for motivation and support ✅email for updates and discounts!! . . The goal for us has been to get people to move more. Whether than means together with your family, alone for “me time”, or with a group. . . Sign up today for the accountability, motivation, and satisfaction you need to GET MOVING! #movementmatters #exersice #nutritioncoach #registereddietitian #walkingchallenge #joggingchallenge #runningchallenge

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We live in a society of instant results! Instant feedback, instant packages to our door, the list goes on. When we think of our health journey, we have the same mindset. Have you ever embarked on a diet that promised quick weight loss in a short space of time? Did it work? What happened after you finished it? Did you put the weight back on?  The one thing that is common in all these methods listed above is that they restrict entire food groups from your diet, which creates a calorie deficit and at the end of the day, that will result in weight loss. However, the statistics for dieters who lose weight rapidly shows that LESS THAN 5% of people on a crash diet will keep the weight off. The biggest problem with these fad diets is that they are not sustainable long term and not promoting healthy eating habits. If you are on a diet right now, ask yourself this question “is it something I can do for the rest of my life?” If the answer is no, don’t waste your time with it. I often tell clients that they didn’t put their weight on in 30 days, so it won’t come back off in 30 days. When you change your diet rapidly and cut out entire food groups, you might lose weight quickly at the beginning, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you are only shedding body fat. Most of it will be water weight (which will come back once you return to your normal eating ) and the large calorie deficit and often excessive cardio exercise that people tend to favor when trying to lose weight could result in muscle loss as well. Instead of these yo -yo cycling diets, why not try something more sustainable and balanced? Are you looking for healthier habits or want to make permanent changes to your overall nutrition? Contact me: mailto:christina @dietitiandish .com #nutrition #weightloss #diet #lifestylechanges #registereddietitian #sustainable #wellness #health #goals

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vegan caprese-like sandwich 🌿🍅 extra firm tofu pan seared with paprika, chili powder, garlic powder, white pepper & avocado oil until slightly crispy on the surface. then, add some sliced garden tomatoes & basil in sliced fresh farmers market seeded bread 🥖👩🏻‍🌾🌱 a new favorite lunch sammie in this house 💚

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✨MEET KIMBERLEE✨ We are so excited to share with all of you that we are growing... AGAIN!!! Somehow the universe has brought us a beautiful young woman who is passionate about sharing her skills and knowledge as a Registered Dietician🥦🍆🍉🥒 She will be working Mondays and Thursdays at Thrive. Read her bio below 👇 . Kim is a recent graduate of the University of Saskatchewan Nutrition program where she had the opportunity to complete her practical learning in cities across the province. These opportunities have allowed her to gain experience working with a variety of nutrition-related issues. With a focus on individualized person-centered care, Kim works to go deeper than simply the food choices you make. She has a passion for helping people 𝐢𝐦𝐩𝐫𝐨𝐯𝐞 𝐭𝐡𝐞𝐢𝐫 𝐫𝐞𝐥𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐡𝐢𝐩 𝐰𝐢𝐭𝐡 𝐟𝐨𝐨𝐝 and wants to help people understand the reasons they make the choices they do. She is able to assist in general healthy eating, but has specific interest in intuitive eating, sports nutrition and family nutrition. . Outside of the clinic, Kim also works as mentor to individuals with intellectual disabilities and brain injuries where she uses her knowledge to help clients maximize their independence. Kim is an ice cream lover, and avid runner with plans to run marathons in as many cities as possible. Follow Kimberlee @kimberleebrooke .rd . Please help us in welcoming Kimberlee to our team. 😄🙌 #youdeservetothrive #registereddietitian #wearegrowing

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Most people go on a diet to lose weight. One of the strongest predictors of weight gain is dieting. Diets fail 95% of the time. Sooo you go on a diet with hopes of losing weight... 👉🏼it’s not sustainable so you stop 👉🏼binge on foods that weren’t allowed on the diet 👉🏼feel guilt and shame 👉🏼and over time gain the weight you lost back + more But you keep going back for more?!? Let’s break that cycle!!! The diet industry doesn’t care about you. They care about your money. ✖️ Think about how you feel while you’re on a diet and when you stop the diet - do you want to feel that way forever? Click the link in my bio to book a FREE discovery call with me to learn how to break the cycle!✨

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We all know about pre- and pro-biotics, right?😊 BUT did you know🤔 there is another secret💥 to gut health⚕ that no one seems to be talking about? Introducing🎉...postbiotics➕ AKA the byproducts of the fermentation process carried out by probiotics.✅ To break it down...when probiotics✨ (live bacteria ) feed on prebiotics (fiber containing foods ), postbiotics are produced.💯 Postbiotics💚 are essentially the ‘by product’ of probiotics.💥 These small compounds✳️ are proving to be essential✅ to optimal gut function.👏 New research💼📊 is now showing that a lot of the positive gut health boosting effects📈 we see from probiotic consumption,🌱 is actually due to postbiotics.😊 This is because probiotics actually don’t stay in the gut for long (they break down after some time ) leaving behind postbiotics.💥 The potential benefits we are seeing so far include: ✨lowered risk📉 of inflammatory bowel disease risk ✨treatment➡️ of diarrhea or other IBS symptoms ✨improving gut barrier🔗 function✅ ✨stronger immune response🌟 ✨type 2 diabetes prevention👏 ...YES all those potential benefits💯 from a ‘waste product’!! Pretty crazy, right?!🙃 In my latest blog post,📝 we share the details of this research🗂️ AND give insight📋 into what specific bacteria strains may be therapeutic for specific diseases. If you struggle with digestive issues😑 or just want to be healthier🌿 from the inside out,👏 this post is for you!📌 Go check it out now on my website💻 nomadistanutrition.com

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Meatless Monday Recipe:⁣ Arugula and Kefir Pesto⁣ Yield: 1 cup⁣  ⁣ ½ cup walnut⁣ 1 clove garlic peeled⁣ 2 cups baby arugula⁣ 1 tablespoon lemon juice⁣ ¼ cup kefir⁣ ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil⁣ Kosher salt to taste⁣ Freshly ground black pepper to taste⁣ ⁣  Directions:⁣ ⁣ 1. In a food processor combine walnut, garlic, arugula, lemon juice, kefir, salt and pepper and process thoroughly.⁣ ⁣ 2. With the processor running slowly add the olive oil through the tube feed and process until pesto is thoroughly blended.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ Try topping your omelette with this pesto blend. Maybe use this as a marinade for a chicken or seafood dish! Sandwich condiment? Pasta sauce? No matter how you consume this easy-to-make pesto, you will be supporting your gut while amping up the taste of your meals. ⁣ ⁣ Comment below and let us know how you will try it out! ⁣ ⁣ Maybe you have already whipped this up and included in your meals? Tell us you did so! We’d love to hear. ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #newlook #newpost #digestivehealth #digestion #dietitian #registereddietitian #rd #nutritionalcounseling #guthealth #guthealthmatters #guthealing #gutbrainconnection #gutmicrobiome #foodmoodconnection #secondbrain #eattoheal #healthylifestyle #holisticnutritionist #holistichealth #gutboostingrecipe #healthyfats #organicfoods #maketimeforyourhealth #digestion #supportyourdigestion #eatslowly #pesto #guthealthypesto #arugalaandkefirpesto #kefirforguthealth

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No matter what happened this weekend, your body deserves to be nourished and is allowed to rest today. 💛⠀ ⠀ 📷: @colorful .dreamers

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Health maintenance versus reaching your health goals! 🙌🏼 . The Physical Activity Guidelines for American recommends 2.5 hours (or 150 minutes ) per week of moderate-intense aerobic activity for health maintenance. . They also recommend to increase the time to 5 hours (or 300 minutes ) per week of moderate-intense aerobic activity for extra health benefits, including weight loss. . For busy women, setting aside 5 hours on the calendar for physical activity can be HARD. So, there are a few things we can do to make sure we’re getting in the activity we need to achieve our goals! . ✨Meal plan with easy meals ✨Schedule our workouts like appointments ✨Complete our activity in shorter bouts (for example, doing three 10 minute walks every day - instead of one 30 minute walk - to get 30 mins of activity ) ✨Make our lives more active (walk while doing your errands, park your car farther away from the entrance of a store, take the stairs, etc ) . As a reminder, ANY movement is better than no movement 🎉 So, see where your at with activity and gradually work your way up to the 2.5 hours/week THEN gradually work your way up to the 5 hours/week! . You CAN do this 💪🏼 . . . . . #physicalactivity #fitness #exercisehealth #dietitian #registereddietitian #onlinenutritioncoach #onlinehealthcoach #wellness #physicalwellness #healthgoals #goalgetter #workingonmyhealth #nutrition #nutritiontips

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Good morning, and Happy Monday friends!⁠ ⁠ Today we are sharing a tip from Whitney Hightower, one of the directors at the Keene State College's DI (dietetic internship ) program @keenestatecollege . She explains that a DI program must be mutually beneficial for both parties. This ensures that both you and your program will get the most out of your time and experience together.⁠ ⁠ It's just like interviewing for jobs! Would you want to work at a place that doesn't think you're the right fit for them, or that you don't feel like you fit into? Nope! Then why settle?⁠ ⁠ Download our updated Dietetic Internship Database to see a list of nearly all DICAS participating programs. It lists and filters the program type, length of program, cost of tuition, GRE and GPA requirements, and more! So so helpful. Get yours here or link in bio. https://www.allaccessdietetics.com/dietetic-internships-database ⁠ #RD #RDN #registereddietitian #dietitian #dietitiansofinstagram #dietitiansofig #dietitianapproved #rdapproved #rdchat #nutrition #nutritional #nutritionfacts #dietitianvsnutritionist #rd2be #dieteticinternship #nutritionmajor #futurerdn #dietitianhumor #dietitianmemes #registereddietitiannutritionist #futurerd #dieteticstudent #dieteticsmajor #nutritionstudent #futurenutritionist #futuredietitian #youknowyoureadieteticsmajorwhen #dietitianmemes #rdtob #nutritionandietetics

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𝗦𝗮𝗹𝗮𝗱 𝗶𝘀 𝗮 𝗴𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁 𝗹𝘂𝗻𝗰𝗵 𝗼𝗽𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 Happy Monday 👋🏾 Here's a tip when grabbing salad from your favorite eatery: I always get my dressing on the side so I can control the amount of dressing poured into my salad. You don’t want those unnecessary calories sneaking in. Enjoy your lunch today! 🥗 #mondaymotivation

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GOOD MORNING! Goooood morning. Good MORNIN’! good morningggg! ....ok I’m done🤪 Happy Monday y’all! Here is some B-FAST inspo for those of you who may be running out of ideas on what to chow-down on in the mornings☀️🌈 Happy eating! ✨April✨

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Double tap if you agree!!! ⚡️⚡️⚡️ __ While I firmly believe that good nutrition is an essential part of health, it is not the ONLY part of health. And being too obsessed with anything is never a good thing. That’s why allowing yourself to focus on other things that positively impact mental/physical health will help you realize that there is more to life than obsessing about calories, macros, and working out. 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 Nutrition is important, but you have to focus on ALL aspects of health in order to truly be healthy.

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Happy Monday!! This past weekend we hiked Cannon mountain to get outside of the city and enjoy the beautiful fall foliage that New Hampshire has to offer. I’ll be honest, last time I hiked Cannon, I was so out of shape and nauseous the whole time because of the “grueling exercise”. Boy did it feel good to know my current efforts are paying off as for once hiking was enjoyable! I felt amazing every step of this 4,000 footer! Exercise does not need to always be in the gym. Get outside too, move your body more, and find a form of “exercise” that works for you and your lifestyle. Exercise should not be looked at as a chore. We should be celebrating everything that our body’s allow us to do!

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Soy is one of the big 8 allergens, so its something you want to introduce to your baby early and often. Current research shows that early introduction (once the baby is showing the signs of readiness for solids ) may help reduce the risk of potential allergic reaction in the future. Some babies may have already been introduced to soy if they were started on a soy based formula. If not, one of the easiest ways to introduce soy to your baby is through tofu. Tofu is great because its soft and safe starting at six months. Its also a good non-meat source of iron and protein. Tofu can be served just plain and sliced (many babies enjoy it this way ), or you can pan fry it, bake it, etc. One of my favorite ways to eat tofu is crumbled and substituted as the meat for tacos or taco bowls. I typically will mix it with some seasoning and fry it in a pan before serving as a part of my tacos. Do you like tofu? How do you serve it?

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Better than Starbucks' Pumpkin Loaf - Cozy up with a cup of tea ☕️ and enjoy this healthy spin on a Fall favorite 🍁. This version is higher in fiber, lower in sugar and bosts a healthy fat profile ✅⠀ ⠀ What is your favorite Fall treat?⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Link in bio.⠀ ⠀ #pumpkin #pumpkin spice #healthy #nutrition #registereddietitian #treat #fall #yummy #snack

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Some would call this pumpkin nice cream, but I’m going to call it a pumpkin smoothie😋 Either way, it tastes insane! Raise your hand if you want some🙋🏼‍♀️ Recipe: 1 frozen banana 1/4 cup frozen @libbyspumpkin pumpkin purée 1 cup any type of milk (nut or cow 🥜🐮 ) 2 pitted medjool dates Splash of @simplyorganicfoods vanilla extract Tbsp @traderjoes Pumpkin pie seasoning Topped with @traderjoes turmeric ginger granola Pro tip: freeze your pumpkin wrapped in parchment paper and placed in a plastic baggie or an ice cube tray! It comes out way easier! Tag a friend who would benefit from having this in their life😉

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I’d like to imagine this ad popping up before every dangerous diet or lifestyle ad/post #thewellful

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Recipe of the week from @eat_live_be_well_rd . Whole Grain Zucchini Storm Muffins . 1/4 cup oil (olive or canola ) 2/3 cup brown sugar 1 egg 1 very ripe banana 2 zucchinis grated 1 tsp cinnamon 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt 1 tsp vanilla 1 cup spelt flour 3/4 cup wheat bran 1/4 cup ground flax 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 cup raisins 1/2 cup chopped walnuts . -In a bowl mix : flour, wheat bran, ground flax, baking powder and soda. Set aside. -In another bowl : whisk together olive oil, brown sugar, egg until well combined. Add banana, zucchini and cinnamon. Stir in yogurt then vanilla. -Add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients until moistened. -Add raisins and walnuts. -Divide into a lined muffin tin, makes exactly 12 muffins. These freeze really well. . Nutrition Tip: Flax is touted as a super food for its obvious nutritional profile. This seed is a rich source of omega 3 (ALA ), lignans (phytoestrogens ), fiber and protein. It is important to note that most of the nutrients are released and digested better when the seed is ground. It is recommended that it is consumed in its ground form to reap its overall health benefits. All it takes is one tablespoon a day which you can mix in yogurt, smoothies and oatmeal Once ground, please store in an opaque container and store in the fridge to prevent rancidity and prolong shelf life.

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#Platemethod at dinner! A few weeks ago I made chicken drumsticks (protein ) + rice (starch ) + arugula salad and EVOO (produce ) 🍗 🍚 🥗 . Totally hit the spot and I had leftovers for 3 days! If you are interested in using this as a guide to how you eat I am offering my next Plate Method course at the end of October and we will be also chatting about the holidays coming up! Message me for details! Cost is $15 and space is limited!

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Happy Microbe Monday! ⬇️ PREBIOTICS 🍎 When you eat, so do your gut bacteria. Prebiotics are the nondigestible fiber we eat that act as food for our microbial friends. Good sources include most plant foods, but especially leafy greens, alliums like onions, garlic and leeks; whole grains like oats; artichokes, asparagus, and chicory root. The best way to support your good microbes is to eat a diversity of foods. PROBIOTICS 🦠 These are some of the friendly bacteria that help with many functions in our guts, including digestion and nutrient absorption, immunity, gut integrity, and communication with the brain about what’s going on. While the ones we supplement with don’t tend to stick around long, they do help keep a balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut. We are finding more and more about the significance of this ecosystem within us and its role in health. While you can supplement, it’s ideal to support microbial diversity with foods like yogurt and kefir, sauerkraut and kimchi, and other fermented foods. Immunosuppression can contraindicate use of these foods and supplements so be sure to ask your MD. POSTBIOTICS 👍🏼 When our PRObiotics consume and metabolize the PREbiotics from our meals, they make by-products like short chain fatty acids (SCFAs ) which happen to be our colon cells’ preferred food. Scientists have also discovered that these SCFAs can actually be transported to the blood stream where they can cross the blood brain barrier (protective layer around the brain that selectively allows molecules in ) to aid in the BBB integrity, affect hippocampus functioning, and even improve sleep. There is a lot of new research into therapeutic use of postbiotics for a variety of conditions. The takeaway: eating a whole spectrum of foods supports microbial diversity, which is the foundation for having a healthy gut. When the good microbiota get the food and support they need to operate, they help you to digest and absorb more nutrients, keep your gut integrity optimal, and even produce metabolites that can travel as far as the brain to lend a hand in mood and cognition. Like and share if you learned something! 🧠

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#夕食 ☆自家製からあげクン・ポテト ☆ブロッコリー ☆きゅうりの佃煮 ☆ブルーベリーヨーグルト ☆りんご・シャインマスカット @a .jinja さんのレシピで【からあげクン】を作ってみました🍗 ふわふわで美味しかったです😊 # ⁠⁠ # @kitchengram_jp #ふたりこ ゙はん #夫婦こ ゙はん #おうちこ ゙はん #おうちこ ゙はんlover #おうちシェフ #フーテ ゙ィーテーブル #御飯記録 #家庭料理 #和洋折衷 #RegisteredDietitian #無農薬野菜 #鶏肉料理 #自家製からあけ ゙クン #からあけ ゙クン #唐揚け#シャインマスカット #象印炊飯器 #白飯大好き #フ ゚レ節マジック #こころエナシ ゙ー

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Isn’t a dietitian the same as a nutritionist? HECK NO! Steps to becoming a dietitian: Complete a bachelor’s and/or master’s degree that consists heavily of chemistry and biology courses along with nutrition, research, and management courses. Next apply to and complete an internship (internships have a 50% acceptance rate ). The internship is over 1200 hours that the INTERN pays for. Then, prepare for the exam. Studying becomes your full time job for the next 1-2 months as you prepare for the credential exam. After you pass, it’s still not over because each year you have continuing education credits to complete. Steps to becoming a nutritionist: MAYBE you take a 4 weeks online course but even that isn’t required. So the point is this: Becoming a registered dietitian is very rewarding and the hard work does pay off. People go into this field because of their love for the job and wanting to help people. I hope you consider these points next time you are seeking nutrition advice and seek out the professionals who have earned their place! #registereddietitian #rdn #rd #dietitian #credentials #healthylifestyle #healthy #healthyliving #nutrition #professional #intuitiveeating #rd2be

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Monday reminder that regardless what you ate or did this weekend, you still need & deserve enough food & snacks today. ❤️ - The world is really scary right now. There’s no right way to be getting through it or feeling it. Take 3 deep breaths. Take today one step at a time. Ask yourself “what do I need right now?”. You’re doing enough, you’re enough. #thewellful

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6 Ways to Reduce Your Food Waste! 1️⃣ Practice meal planning ✔️This will allow you to purposely plan out when you will use up leftover produce and other food items in the fridge helping to reduce food waste. ✔️ It will also help to avoid over buying food items you already have on hand. PRO TIP: try conducting an inventory of what you already have in the house and then only placing items you need on a list that you will take with you when grocery shopping. 2️⃣ Properly store produce to preserve shelf life ✔️ APPLES 🍎 – store in the crisper of the fridge ✔️ AVOCADOS 🥑 – store on the counter until it’s ripe. Once ripe, store in the fridge. If only eating a section of the avocado, be sure to store the remaining avocado in the fridge with its pit still intact. ✔️ HERBS and VEG LIKE ASPARAGUS AND BROCCOLI 🥦 – store in a jar of water upright in the fridge. ✔️ LEAFY GREENS 🥬 – wash and dry properly and then wrap in paper towel and place in a zip-lock bag in the fridge. ✔️ Food items such as BREAD 🍞 – keep in the fridge after a couple of days on the counter. Once the bread becomes closer to expiry, store bread in freezer until ready to use. 3️⃣ Opt for purchasing canned and frozen vegetable and fruit options as these choices will have a longer shelf-life 4️⃣ Use up over ripe fruit ✔️ Make baked goods with over ripe fruit (i.e. bananas —> banana bread ). ✔️ You could also try freezing chunks of the fruit to use in smoothies at a later date. 5️⃣ Put vegetable scraps to good use! ✔️ Ever notice those pieces of veg that you end up discarding?? Try boiling those vegetable scraps in a pot of water to make vegetable stock. 6️⃣Donate / give leftover food items that you will not be using to neighbours, friends or food banks How do you try to reduce food waste in your household?? Let us know in the comments 👇🏽 👇🏽 #reducefoodwaste #reducefoodwasteathome #zerowaste #useleftovers #mealplanning #freezermealideas #mealprepideas #kitchenstaples #pantrystaples #eatingonthego #eatwellbewell #eatwelllivewell #eatmealsathome #registereddietitian #dietitiansofinstagram #rd2b #rd2be #dietitianlife #onlinedietitian #rdchat #rdapproved #dietitiansofig

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Giloy intake is beneficial to increase immunity. Boost your immune system against Corona virus with Giloy -The queen of herbs Giloy reduces stress and anxiety It treats diabetes and chronic fever too It reduces signs of ageing so keep your skin healthy by taking Giloy in your diet .. .. .. .. .. #dietitian #nutrition #nutritionist #diet #healthylifestyle #healthyfood #health #Happyclients #food #fitness #weightloss #dietplan #healthy #healthyeating #healthyliving #foodie #nutritioncoach #dietfood #coronavirus #registereddietitian #dietitianapproved #COVID19 #fit #wellness #lifestyle #dietetics #Immunity #immunityboost #dtshiwanipawar #behealthyliciousyou

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GAME DAY EATS (1 day late ) . #dEATS : Charcuterie board x Buffalo chicken dip x pigs in a blanket x chips x nachos x so much more! . . . #charcuterieboard #cheeseboard #cheese #meat #gamedayeats #foodie #foodstagram #foodisfuel #eatup #mimosas #friends #fall #registereddietitian #registereddietitiannutritionist #rd #rdn #rd2be #allfoodisguiltfree #foodfreedom

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“I haven’t felt like myself lately” How many times do we get into a “funk” to where we don’t feel like ourselves anymore? The issue with that is sometimes we then will do everything we can to get that feeling of normalcy back - and in return, create control in places that were not involved in the feeling in the first place. We try to repeat the things from the past that used to make us happy, but sometimes what we really need is to do something we’ve never tried before - something out of our comfort zone that will encourage flexibility and open mindedness. For me during this pandemic and facing the trapped feeling of lockdown, that was golf. If you know me, you know that me picking up any activity of that sort is very unlike me, but it’s really what has helped feel like “the old me” the most. I am able to put all of my concentration and focus to learn and master a skill I have never tried before. I am nowhere near perfect, and that is okay. I encourage you to try something new today to create that old feeling of you, and see how much it helps. Who knows, you may like the “new you” better.

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same girl. same body. same edits. same worth.⁣ ⁣ I’ve thought about the way I see my body, the way I feel about it, the way I think other perceive it. And is it always...love? Oh hell no. Do I accept it as my own, accept that I nourish it, accept that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea? I’m starting to. I will not love my body every day. Yes I know that.⁣ Social media has a scary way of changing the perception of what is perfect. What someone should look like and what you is ideal. ⁣ Think of your body, your mind, your actions, your successes, and your failures and believe that it’s okay to 𝗮𝗰𝗰𝗲𝗽𝘁 them.⁣ ⁣ Thank you @fitfatandallthat and @mikzazon for continuing to inspire me everyday to accept my body for what it is. ⁣ #bodyacceptance #selfacceptance #normalizenormalbodies

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Mediterranean salad bowl! . This is one of my favorite meals to make. All it takes is five easy steps: . 1. 🥬Make a bed of greens (I used lettuce, kale, and shredded red cabbage ) 2. 🥔Roast some potatoes (I roast mine dry then toss with a little olive oil and dried herbs ) 3. 🍅Chop up some Mediterranean tidbits (I used tomatoes, red onion, pepperoncinis, kalamata olives, and capers ) 4. 🧆Add some beans (garbanzo beans are the usual go-to, but I went a little extra this time and made black bean and quinoa “falafel” from @minimalistbaker ) 5. 🍽Top with a dressing (take regular hummus, add red wine vinegar to thin, then add dried oregano, parsley, and salt/pepper to taste ) . I prep everything in bulk so we have leftovers for a few days. ✌️❤️🌱 . #mediterraneandiet #mediterraneanfood #salad #saladsofinstagram #saladbowl #mediterraneanbowl #plantbased #plantbasedmeals #plantbasedrecipes #plantbasedmealprep #plantbasedfood #mealprep #mealprepideas #mealplanning #mealprepping #vegan #veganrecipes #veganfood #veganfoodshare #healthyrecipes #healthyrecipe #healthymeals #healthyeating #wellness #selfcare #bluezones #dietitianeats #rd2be #registereddietitian #dietitian

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18 hours ago

This Sunday morning brunch was another that I haven’t made in a while - a take on deviled eggs with avocado instead of mayo🔄. Here’s what you’ll need for 2 servings👇🏼 — 4 eggs, hard boiled🥚 1/2 avocado 🥑 Salt and pepper to taste🧂 Fresh cilantro🌱 Red pepper flakes🌶 — Slice the avocados in half length wise, remove yolks from eggs and place in a separate bowl🥣 Mash the egg yolks with the avocado until creamy and smooth consistency🥄 Mix in salt, pepper, cilantro, and red pepper flakes✨ Scoop the yolk/avocado mixture back into the halved egg whites - I placed it in a bag and piped it into the eggs to make it look pretty - I tried😅 — I made a little arugula salad on the side with a piece of @foodforlifebaking Ezekiel toast for this yummy brunch, which was the perfect way to start the day💯 — #eathealthywithchelsea #deviledeggs #avocado #registereddietitian #dietitianapproved #registereddietitiannutritionist #chalkboardeats #thechalkboardeats #purewowrecipes #healthfood #brunching #sundaybrunch #healthylifestyle #healthyfood #healthybrunch #brunchideas #healthyeating #healthyrecipes #wellness #nutritionistapproved #wellandgoodeats #iamwellandgood #whatdietitianseat #whatsonmyplate #foodiesofinstagram #foodiepic #dietitiansofig #rdeats #rd2be #foodfreedom

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2 weeks ago

Here’s a friendly reminder for anyone who gets confused on who to listen to for nutrition advice 🤦🏻‍♂️⁣ ⁣ Quit taking nutrition advice from the influencers...⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ To 𝙗𝙚𝙘𝙤𝙢𝙚 𝙖 𝙍𝙚𝙜𝙞𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙧𝙚𝙙 𝘿𝙞𝙚𝙩𝙞𝙩𝙞𝙖𝙣 𝙮𝙤𝙪 𝙢𝙪𝙨𝙩 𝙙𝙤 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙛𝙤𝙡𝙡𝙤𝙬𝙞𝙣𝙜: ⁣ ⁣⁣ 1️⃣. Complete a bachelor’s degree at a school accredited by CADE (Commission on Accreditation for Dietetics Education )⁣⁣⁣⁣ 2️⃣. Complete 1200 hours of internship work in a CADE- accredited practice program ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 3️⃣. Pass the CDR exam ⁣⁣⁣ 4️⃣. Maintain RD credentials through continuing education ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ In 2024 it will become mandatory to have a Masters or graduate degree in nutrition in order to become a dietitian. ⁣🤓⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ My goal is to help RDs become the “influencers” so that people can look to them for nutrition advice⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ Anyone can call themselves an “influencer” or “nutritionist” but not everyone can call themselves a Registered Dietitian 🤷🏻‍♂️⁣⁣⁣ ⁣ ✅ Share this out to anyone who needs to hear this!

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13 hours ago

🍂 IT IS FALL FRIENDS 🤩⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ As a new season is rolling in, I figured I would reintroduce myself for all the new friends here!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ 🥑 I am a Registered Dietitian who specializes in helping women ditch yo-yo dieting and take back their health!⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 I am currently back in school pursuing my master's degree in human nutrition!⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 I am passionate about finding what works for you in terms of nutrition, health, and wellness. It's NOT one size fits all by any means, I'm here to help YOU find your fit.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 I dabble in web design and graphic design and love helping small businesses with this (you can find some of my most recent work over at @dldnation )! ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 My favorite food is ice cream, favorite color is red, and love dogs! (my Great Dane mix, Finn makes frequent appearances here! )⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 I LOVE connecting with people through social media, so don't be afraid and please reach out, I'd love to chat and get in touch!⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🥑 My current hobbies include online shopping (finding equipment for my future home gym )🤪, binge watching #GilmoreGirls , and learning how to letter on my iPad! ⁣⁣ ⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ If coaching sounds like something that you're interested in- to start, click the link in my bio to book a 𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 30 minute call with me to see if we are a good fit! ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ #registereddietitian #yoyodiet #womanentrepreneur #girlboss #denvernutrition #denverhealth #dietitian #nutritionist #fitnessdietitian #denvertrainer #womenshealth #denverdietitian #rd2be #denverwellness #wellnesslifestyle

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19 hours ago

A question for you to ponder as you head into the week: are you eating healthy foods and exercising regularly because you *want* to, or because you feel like you *need* to? ⠀ ✔️ The former comes from a mindset of compassion, self-care, and even play. ⠀ Examples include: ⠀ • Eating a salad at lunch so you can finish the work day “light” and energized, instead of “heavy” and foggy ⠀ • Working out because you love pushing yourself and you enjoy feeling “refreshed” (but accomplished ) when you leave ⠀ ✖️ The latter comes from a mindset of punishment, self-guilt, and loss of control. ⠀ • “Compensating” for your night of eating out by waking up and doing fasted cardio (because you’ll feel guilty otherwise ) ⠀ • Getting tired of your own shit, then working out and eating healthy in “sprints” for a couple weeks, only to burnout and be right back where you started ⠀ If the latter sounds all too familiar to you, you may need some help. Don’t panic, because this is normal for many, but you want to nip those bad habits sooner rather than later since it only gets harder the longer you wait. ⠀ 📲 Just FYI: my DMs are always open to talk about stuff like this. Or, you can check out my “Automated Fitness 2.0” product that gives the exact strategies I use for myself and clients to make sure *we’re* in control of our fitness goals ⏤ not the other way around. It’s linked in my bio and costs less than a steak dinner: @mattmcleod6

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1 weeks ago

Happy Anniversary Fit with Food! On this day, two years ago, I signed the papers to start my private practice. My initial vision was to have a 100% online nutrition business... annnndddd that was pretty much all I knew. My business plan was small, but my heart said to go for it. Fast forward two years ➡️ Fit with Food has transitioned to a full time practice, has multiple office locations, accepts insurance (which I swore I’d never do ), tripled its anticipated clients, started a client waitlist, and made connections as well as friendships with some incredible physicians, hospitals, fitness centers, college sports teams, dietitians, and clients around the nation. I am still in shock some days. Shoutout to everyone who has supported this since the moment I shakily said (with zero confidence ) “I am going to quit my job and then just figure it out 🤷🏼‍♀️😐.” Well thought out plan, huh?! As I reflect on the past two years, I’m honestly still in the “figure it out” phase. Everyday offers new challenges and plot twists, and I can not wait to see what year number three has in store for Fit with Food. Make sure to listen to your gut, friends. It’s usually always right ❤️ . . . . . . . . #bosslady #dietitian #privatepractice #quityourdayjob #health #nutrition #sportsdietitian #sportsnutrition #fitness #registereddietitian #foodisfuel #businessowner #businesswoman #baltimoreravens #ravens #ncaa #division1

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Yesterday

Impromptu (likely last ) 80 degrees day before fall completely sets in. The little extra vitamin D felt good. OUTFIT: cardigan, suit & shorts all from @americaneagle #indiansummer #september #boatday #onepiece #aexme #americaneagle #registereddietitian #registereddietitianapproved #dentistwife #coronabeer #aeriereal #whitelake #metrodetroit #americaneaglejeans #michigangirl #over30 #detroitmi

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19 hours ago

today I bless your feed with the BEST fried rice recipe...tastes just like the kind you’d get from a restaurant and it only takes 10 min! enjoy friends! ingredients: •rotisserie chicken, cut into small pieces (about 1 cup ) •2 cups white rice, cooked ahead of time and refrigerated •2 eggs •2 cup frozen peas and carrots •2 tbsp butter •3 cloves garlic •1 small white onion, diced •2 green onions, sliced •2 tbsp tamari or soy sauce •1 tbsp sesame oil how to: 1. Scramble eggs, set aside. 2. In a large skillet over medium heat, add 1 tbsp butter and cook the white onions, carrots, and peas for about 5 minutes. Season with some salt pepper. 3. Add rotisserie chicken and garlic, stir well. 4. Turn the heat to high, add the other tbsp of butter, and add the cooked rice, green onions, and soy sauce. Fry for 3-5 minutes. Add the eggs. 5. Remove from heat and mix in sesame oil and addition soy sauce if needed. Top with sesame seeds and more green onions.

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22 hours ago

This is not meant to scold anyone because sometimes our thoughts are subconscious. And we mean well, most of us do at least. HOWEVER... my goal (or hope🤞🏽 ) is that people really think about being in someone else’s shoes. Which is hard, if you don’t know or just aren’t aware of someone else’s reality. It never fails that whenever I post a you don’t have to shop for organic only post, someone comments that it’s really not that expensive. Ummm okay great, I’m glad YOU can afford it. But you do realize not everyone has your paycheck or your means? Sometimes people say that people should really just try to look for produce because they can’t possibly fathom fresh produce not being readily available. I know it’s hard to believe, but grocery stores are not close and easily accessible to EVERYONE. Great that it’s available to you. If someone makes a statement and your comeback involves the words “I”, “me”, “mine”, or “my”, you are making that statement about you. You are talking about YOUR reality only, when you need to think about what someone else’s reality might look like.✌🏽 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #healthmatters #healthybodyhealthymind #rdapproved #dietitianapproved #rdeats #dietitianeats #healthyfood #healthyeating #womensnutrition #womenshealth #womenshealthmatters #blackhealthmatters #blackhealth #eatwellbewell #nourishyourbody #nourishtoflourish #healthyeah #registereddietitiannutritionist #registereddietitian #sundaythoughts #isaidwhatisaid

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