Sharon Palmer, RDN, is a registered dietitian, food and nutrition blogger, writer, editor and author, and plant-based nutrition expert. As a registered dietitian with 16 years of health care experience, she channels her nutrition experience into writing features covering health, wellness, nutrition, and cuisine. She is a passionate writer about food and environmental issues, and has published a number of features on plant-based diets, hunger, agriculture, local and organic foods, eco-friendly culinary practices, sustainability, food safety, and food security.
Sharon is here today to give us some insight into the top nutrition trends for 2016, and you might be surprised at what's on the horizon! To see all the show notes and access the resources mentioned, click here.
Are you looking for ways to be healthier and happier? Do you want to provide nutritious and delicious meals for your family? Do you want to enjoy your family time more? Then maybe you’ll be interested in my “do more with dinner” idea. This is NOT about “doing” more – it’s about getting more, having more, enjoying more. It’s about family time and food – eating, cooking, shopping, etc.
I sat down with my daughter, Sarah, the other day to talk about how we’ve been doing more with dinner the past few months and some of the ways we will do more in the coming year. This is the first of many episodes where I’ll be chatting with Sarah as well as experts like dietitians and psychologists to share ideas and inspiration.
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Today’s episode is about how to have your cake and eat it, too! In other words….modifying recipes for less sugar and fat, and more protein.
Jamila Rene is a Registered Dietitian and founder of No Nonsense Nutritionist. She is a food product developer and also a personal trainer in training. She has a “no nonsense” approach to healthy living: “nutrition and wellness is not black and white, good or bad. It’s all about finding what’s right for YOU.” With a degree in Food Science, Jamila is an expert at “experimenting” in the kitchen and loves to “play” with food to create recipes that are better for you.
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