Category: Nutrition

Should I be concered about botulism?

Did you hear of the botulism outbreak at a church potluck in Lancaster, Ohio April 19th? Such an outbreak surprises me since foodborne botulism is rare and related to canned food. Unfortunately, the culprit was indeed canned potatoes used in … Continue reading

Recipe time: Greek-style Quinoa

Spring has sprung!  Our Happy Box returned to our home at the beginning of March!  We were excited to place our empty box outside our door and later that day, a full box of produce appeared!  At this time of … Continue reading

Are eggs healthy for me?

Eggs are again in the news – are they good for us?  I laugh – since I have been a registered dietitian, the verdict changes.  Lately, research is leaning towards: cholesterol in the egg may not affect our blood cholesterol … Continue reading

5 tips for easy meal planning

It takes energy and a commitment to live a healthy lifestyle.  My expertise is just one piece of the puzzle – eating healthy.  We are half way to success in our house when our home has been prepped for the … Continue reading

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