Monthly Archives: September 2015

Yes, it’s that time of year when everything is #PumpkinSpice. In the spirit of the season I shall offer you a mixed bag of #PumpkinSpice goodness. To start off, some #PumpkinSpice comedy: Followed by, some #PumpkinSpice and #PSL reality: This infographic was created by Vincci Tsui, RD – clink the image for […]

Pumpkin Spiced Everything

Have you ever considered making a creamy pasta sauce out of pureed squash?  I definitely hadn’t! Yesterday I scrolled past a short video recipe which has been making its rounds on social media and decided it was worth viewing.  It worked its magic and we had it for dinner tonight! For […]

One-Pot Butternut Squash Alfredo

Ever wonder what a registered dietitian (RD) eats for breakfast? Just for the sake of curiosity, I recently asked some RD colleagues what they have for breakfast on weekdays and weekends.  Remember, just because this is what they eat doesn’t mean that it needs to be what you eat.  That said, if something […]

What’s for breakfast?

First recipe disclaimer: If I post a recipe on this site it’s because I think it tastes great, it’s creative and likely has an added punch of nutrients.  Most recipes are not my own; there really aren’t enough hours in a day for that right now! At the end of the recipe I will […]

Delicious goodness!

This was just posted on the Dietitians of Canada (DC) website and it really answers many of the questions we get as dietitians (RDs). “So, I read somewhere…” Here are 5 tips to spot misinformation: Is the person or product promising a quick fix like fast weight-loss or a miracle cure? If it sounds […]

Who to trust when it comes to nutrition advice?