Check out my experience at Poise Fitness in Hermosa Beach! … More Poise Fitness
Check out my blog post for 5 tips to nailing a DI with an underwhelming GPA on the Stone Soup blog for Food and Nutrition Magazine! … More Stone Soup Blog Post
Studying for the RD exam = the most stressful, annoying, terrifying, semi-fun (barely!) thing you get to do AFTER you have just spent 10 months as a dietetic intern/slave/student/professional handout creator. Especially when all you want to do is go outside and play beach volleyball! I’ve never been one to love to study. I’m a … More Studying for the RD Exam
Greek Salad This hearty Greek salad gets even better as it marinates in the dressing. The bright and cheery colors combined with the freshness of the lemon and parsley make this salad a sure crowd pleaser! Pack this up in a to-go container to take with you to work for lunch or as a snack … More Greek Salad
This recipe makes a delicious heart healthy snack or breakfast option for when you’re on the go. Chock full of omega 3’s, fiber, whole grains, and healthy fats, it’s filled with hearty guilt-free goodness. Ingredients 2 c cooked quinoa 2 c raw oats ½ c dried cranberries ½ c pepitas (pumpkin seeds) ½ c smooth … More Cranberry Quinoa Power Bars
Kale, the superfood de jour, is a way that you can add major nutrition brownie points to any dish. Rich in Vitamin K, Vitamin C, and beta carotene, this superfood is low in calories, good source of fiber, and a great substitution for lettuce. One complaint is that the leaves tend to be bitter and … More Kale Avocado Salad
Nothing like a New England fall! This photo was taken last fall during the beginning of the internship. With spring coming, it’s crazy to think that we’re almost done!