Posts By Stephanie

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Females, Carbohydrates, and Hormones

Oh, carbohydrates.  Just like politics and religion, discussion on this macronutrient is not dinner table material.  There are many strong opinions on just how many carbohydrates are “safe” to consume.  Some advocate “high” carb, others prescribe a “moderate” amount, others “low” or even “very low”. And to mystify things further, Read more…

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The Female Athlete Triad

As a dietitian, I’ve worked with a variety of individuals (ranging from those with eating disorders to  neurological conditions) improve their health through nutrition and other lifestyle modifications.  Often times when I meet with clients, the desired goal is weight loss, but when it comes to women that can come Read more…

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Are your goals working against you?

What are your goals?  We often hear that question, think about it for awhile, and then plan to think about it later as we carry on with our busy lives.  It seems like one of those questions that we are always asked, but don’t give enough thought to.  We know Read more…

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Crazy About Kombucha

  If you’ve been listening to any of the Paleo podcasts or have read any of the blogs lately, I’m sure you’ve heard a good discussion or two about gut health.  Foods like sauerkraut, kimchi, and kefir are being discussed all over the Paleo blogosphere, but there’s one fermented product Read more…

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My Paleo Challenge Is 60 Days Young

I took part in the 30 day paleo challenge in a group setting as part of an exercise and fitness education program offered by my workplace. The group challenge was exactly what I needed to get started down the path of paleo. I had heard of The Paleo Solution and Read more…

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Farm To Table Restaurants: Fun, Functional, Flavorful

                I’m all about trying new restaurants and I try my hardest to stay away from the big chains.  Chipotle and In-N-Out can be good eats, so I’ll leave those guys alone, but there is something about walking into a new restaurant and exploring Read more…

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Seasons Drinkings

Tis’ the season for an endless assortment of food and drink temptations! Tis’ the season for a self-check in motivation. I know there’s at least one person reading this that gets a little giddy when they see the infamous red holiday cups at Starbucks. I’ve honestly never tried their Pumpkin Read more…

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The Paleo Rubik’s Cube

As a Registered Dietitian, I make my living knowing anything and everything that I can about nutrition and food science. I am a self proclaimed “foodie” and love trying new recipes, going to farmers markets, reading blogs, and learning the latest and greatest research. Many of you reading this blog Read more…

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Coco-What??

  Oh food industry, you’ve done it again. Turning something that should be simple into a science experiment and causing mass confusion amongst the general public. What started as a delicious concoction in a can is now showing up in the milk aisle, next to peanut and almond butters, amongst Read more…

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There is Life Beyond Bagels for Breakfast

Whenever I consult individuals currently following the paleo plan and those interested in starting there is always one concerning question: “So what can you eat for breakfast?” The grocery retailers would have you believe that breakfast cereals, oatmeal, bagels, fruit, and juice are the essentials to a “complete and balanced Read more…

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