31 Days of Healthy Eating: Tip 28 from Natalia Hancock

31 Days of Healthy Eating: Tip 28 from Natalia Hancock

Natalia Hancock

Happy National Nutrition Month! Today’s healthy eating tip is from another truly outstanding dietitian, Natalia Hancock. I first met Natalia over lunch at the NYC ¬†Michelin starred restaurant Rouge Tomate, where she worked as their nutritionist. Natalia is always full of words of wisdom. I hope you enjoy her tip today.

 

Make Your Home a Safe Zone

 

Avoid having a pantry and fridge filled with quick and easy to eat snack-type foods such as crackers, cookies, chips, ice cream, candy, etc. Stock your kitchen with healthier options such as, fresh fruits and veggies, nuts and nut butters, dried fruit, pop corn kernels, and plain Greek yogurt for example. My personal rule is that if I want a treat bad enough I have to make it from scratch. We all get the munchies from time to time and it’s hard to be unhealthy when you don’t have the option.

 

Natalia Hancock is a registered dietitian and chef who creates healthy, delicious and seasonally-inspired meals through the combination of her culinary expertise and clinical knowledge of nutrition. Natalia was the nutritionist for the Michelin starred Rouge Tomate where she implemented SPE a philosophy that exemplified her personal approach to healthy, delicious, sustainable cooking. She then served as Senior Culinary Nutritionist for SPE Certified for over 2 years.  Currently Natalia is growing her own consulting business and is a personal chef for various VIP clients in Manhattan.

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