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6 Tips to Bring the Mediterranean to your Table from New York Nutritionist

Many of us have had a lot of extra time on our hands these days. So, if you still have some at-home chores and are feeling inspired for even more spring cleaning, why not lighten things up with a taste of the Mediterranean? May is Mediterranean Diet Month. The Mediterranean diet is touted as being […]

13 Tips to Eat Healthy on a Tight Budget from New York Registered Nutritionist

Money is tight for everyone right now. Balance that with the need to keep our health – mental and physical – up, and it might feel almost impossible to eat healthy on such a limited budget. It’s not. It simply takes a little extra preparation and thoughtfulness. Plan ahead. Plan your meals out for the […]

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8 Tips for Seniors to Keep Active in Quarantine from NYC Registered Personal Trainer

There are four pillars to fitness, in particular senior fitness: strength training, cardio, balance, and flexibility. Many mistake fitness for preparing for the Iron Man or other sports events. Being fit comes down to one fundamental thing – independence. During the last several weeks, even longer for some, many have been confined to a small […]

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5 Foods to Help Reduce Anxiety from NYC Registered Dietitian

One of the most remarkable things about what we’re living through today is the uncertainty. It’s really hard for many to let things go, to realize that there are things way beyond our control. Many people have lost jobs, closed businesses, have loved ones who are far away, ill, or have died. The blank slate […]

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We are living in a very weird time, and so much of that strangeness comes with the uncertainty of what’s next. And, I don’t doubt this will be something all of us will remember the rest of our lives. COVID-19 has affected everybody one way or another. Though we’re flooded with images of people buying […]

5 Tips from NYC Registered Dietitian on How to Put Yourself First

The tiredness and fatigue are real. We’re stretched to the limits every day between work and family, social obligations and social work, and the pressure of trying to fit everything from exercise and PTA meetings to political rallies and Girl Scout cookie sales in a 24-hour time slot. March 8 is International Women’s Day, a […]

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8 Tips to Train Clients with Kindness and Get Results from NYC Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer

Last week I discussed how kindness should be an essential part of any fitness and nutrition program. Though the old school of personal trainers and dietitians are more akin to Terrence Fletcher in Whiplash than Danny O’Shea in Little Giants, kindness doesn’t mean not doing our job. We must be able to help clients reach goals and get results.   So, how […]

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How Kindness Should be an Integral Part of Training and Nutrition from NYC Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer

I know. It doesn’t feel like it. With a landslide of anger and negativity (yes, it’s an election year and we’ve ONLY just begun); with TV shows that make millions from the ugliest sides of humanity feeding off envy, vanity, competitiveness, and ire; there’s this overwhelming feeling of discontent … everywhere. Enter social media. A […]