March as National Nutrition Month is a Reminder to Eat Right

Dear valuable community, As a Registered Dietitian, I always say to each of my patients and client that “Food is Joy and has Transformative Power. How do we balance that? I see people at 2 extreme ends. Some, who are not paying attention what they eat and some of them are overly thinking food and … Read more March as National Nutrition Month is a Reminder to Eat Right

Live Life in Color

Colors!!!!Whats comes to your mind after listening to this this word?Close your eyes and feel for a moment!Aha!Look your plate-if you are eating, your surroundings- home, office, clothes-you are wearing-Colors matter!  As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I strongly believe that a colorful life can shape our health and well being in a positive direction. So today, I … Read more Live Life in Color

Optimal Nutrition for Breastfeeding Mothers

Pic courtsey-Unsplash.com Newly released Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2020-25 recommends to follow a healthy dietary pattern at every stage of life. “At every life stage—infancy, toddlerhood, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, pregnancy, lactation, and older adulthood—it is never too early or too late to eat healthfully. For about the first 6 months of life, exclusively feed infants … Read more Optimal Nutrition for Breastfeeding Mothers

Micronutrient Focus and Physiological Maintenance of Bone Health for Menopause

Image Courtesy: Canva Pro Mid-adulthood feels like a period of confidence and optimism. Careers are well-established, homes are nestled in for years, and children are transitioning into independence. In addition, feelings of comfort settle in as a new phase of life begins with unexpected friendships, new hobbies, or possibly grandchildren. However, this phase of life … Read more Micronutrient Focus and Physiological Maintenance of Bone Health for Menopause

EATING STYLE FOR A HEALTHY SMILE

Picture Courtsey Canva-Pro Smile Stats: “Scientific and epidemiological data suggest a lifelong synergy between diet, nutrition, and integrity of the oral cavity in health and disease” (Touger-Decker & Mobley, 2013). A prevalent example of this statement is the relationship between dental caries and the foods we eat. Dental caries are more commonly known as tooth … Read more EATING STYLE FOR A HEALTHY SMILE

COVID-19 and Child Nutrition & Food Security

Children are the future of our nation. As we discuss nutrition for disease prevention to disease management, food insecurity is pertinent topic to address as well. Food insecurity is real. According to USDA in 2018 at least 11% of households were food insecure at least some time of the year and 1 in 7 household … Read more COVID-19 and Child Nutrition & Food Security