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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”.
Lisa’s Services Include:
On my plate for April!
Thursday, April 2, “Nutrition Support in the Adult ICU Patient”, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing, Cincinnati, OH
Friday, April 3, Tuesday, April 7 “Taking charge of your health care”, Talbert House, Cincinnati, Oh
Saturday, April 4, “Keys to healthy weight management”, Dress for Success, Downtown Cincinnati, OH
Wednesday, April 8 & 16th “Power of produce”, Mt Zion Church, Glendale, OH
Thursday, April 9, 23, MSMM Employee Weight Loss Challenge, Cincinnati, OH
Thursday, April 16, “Label Lingo”, Townsend Properties, Cincinnati, OH
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As Seen on Fox 19:
Cooking Demo on Fox for National Nutrition Month! #RD Day!
Latest interview about Dietary Guidelines 2015 on Fox 19:
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.
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.
- 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 ...
- Spring is salad season!
It's spring, which means it's Salad Season! Salads need not be boring. Adding fruit, nuts and cheese not only improves the taste and texture of salad, but can also raise the nutrient content of your favorite greens. You can also add beans or other high protein foods to make your ...
- Is coconut oil the new kale?
In the past few years, you've likely heard more than you ever wanted to hear about kale. Kale, the "super food". Kale smoothies, kale soup, kale chips- we get it. It is a super food. High in folate, potassium, vitamin K, lutein and low in calories to boot. I wholeheartedly ...
- The whole truth on whole grains
Though carbohydrates (read starches, grains, breads) have been demonized by the media and diet gurus over the past several years, the truth is- diets containing grains are healthier than those without. Research shows that whole/unprocessed grains are higher in fiber, vitamin E, magnesium, zinc and anti-oxidants than other plant foods. ...