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Sound Bites empowers individuals and groups to take charge of their health through balanced nutrition. Lisa Andrews, a seasoned dietitian, transforms overwhelming scientific nutrition information into consumer friendly, easy to follow “sound bites”.
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On my plate for May!
Monday, May 4, Cinco de Mayo, Fox 45 Dayton, OH http://www.fox45now.com/news/features/morning/stories/Preparing-For-Your-Fiesta-126358.shtml
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, May 5-8, Givaudan, Employee Wellness Fair, Cincinnati, OH
Thursday, May 14 & Friday, May 15, attending Ohio Annual Dietetic Meeting, Wilmington, OH
Monday, May 18th, “Eating for Beauty”, Girl Scout Jr. Troop, Cincinnati, OH
Wednesday, May 20, “Picnic Salads”, Fox 19 Morning News, 9 AM, Cincinnati, OH
Wednesday, May 20, “Go with your gut”, Vantiv employee webinar, Cincinnati, OH
Follow me on Twitter! Follow @nutrigirl
Individual Appointments: I see clients at Cincinnati Functional Fitness located at 5005 Barrow Ave! Look for the blue building near the I-71 S on-ramp across from Steak n Shake off of Ridge Ave. www.cincyfit.com. Call 513-675-6780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment. I am credentialed through some insurance companies, but not all plans cover nutrition therapy. Call your insurance company to find out if nutrition therapy is covered and if I am in your network. I am NOT a Medicare Provider at this time.
Kroger (ongoing wellness and diabetes management program) – contact a Kroger pharmacy near you to see if you qualify. I currently see Kroger clients at Anderson, Blue Ash, Hyde Park, Kennard Ave, North College Hill and the Norwood Kroger pharmacies.
- Picnic pasta salad
Spring and summer mean BBQs and potluck parties. This season, skip the boxed mac and cheese and bring something interesting! Start with whole grain pasta (or quinoa if you need something gluten-free). Add lots of vegetables for color such as bell peppers, broccoli, spinach and cherry tomatoes. Skip the store-bought dressing ...
- Toss a better salad
Spring is salad season! Depending on what you toss in your greens can make a big difference in fat and calories. While dried fruit and croutons taste good, they offer little nutritionally. Adding boiled eggs, lean ham, turkey or chicken makes your salad more of a meal. Make the swaps ...
- Shelf Life
How long does your food last? It’s spring! In addition to changing your sheets and cleaning your closets, it may be time for you (or overdue) to clean out your frig. When in doubt, throw it out. It’s best to stock your frig (or countertop) with seasonal produce for lowest prices ...
- Kale salad with coconut, ginger dressing
I had some leftover kale from a cooking demo and thought, “What else can I make besides soup”? Kale is such a nutritional powerhouse - loaded with vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium and vitamin K. But it needed to be paired with something yummy to go over in my house. I ...