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For day 25 of National Nutrition Month here’s dietitian Cheryl Forberg’s latest book A Small Guide To Losing Big.
For 16 years, Cheryl has been the nutritionist from NBC’s The Biggest Loser.
In her book, she uncovers stunning facts about why the typical American eating style causes people to pack on the pounds each year. Through her insight from “behind the scenes” are The
Disclosure: I am an ambassador of the National Dairy Council. The book was donated by the National Dairy Council.
For day 24 of National Nutrition Month I wanted to highlight The Dairy Good Cookbook
that was released by The National Dairy Council in honor of their 100 year birthday. I am a proud ambassador of the National Dairy Council and love their creation which is a collection of dairy farmers recipes. Recipes…
For day 23 of National Nutrition Month I wanted to include this 2016 James Beard Foundation nominee in the category of Focus on Health. Lighten Up, Y’all
by Virginia Willis reminds us that Southern cooking isn’t only about deep fried foods, butter, and overindulgence. Rather, Southern cuisine is a delicate combination of ingredients that are local to the area. Willis lightens up classic dishes…
For day 22 of National Nutrition Month it’s The Big Book of Healthy Cooking Oils.
With a variety of cooking oils hitting store shelves, it can get confusing to remember where each type of oil works best. There are recipes that features oils like coconut, olive, avocado, peanut, hazelnut, almond, pistachio, flax seed, and walnut. There is even a section on how to use schmaltz (chicken fat). Gena, I know you…
For day 21 of National Nutrition Month, I wanted to introduce Michelle Dudash’s online Clean Eating Cooking School
. Michelle is a registered dietitian, certified chef, and author of Clean Eating for Busy Families.
Her latest project is an amazing cooking school that is completely online. Her cooking school provides cooking videos, meal planning, and cooking tips so you can get a nourishing meal…