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Nancy works as a Boston-based registered dietitian in an outpatient oncology clinic. She has previous experience as a health and medical writer/editor and is a certified group exercise instructor specializing in dance fitness, Zumba, and muscle conditioning. Her view on health is holistic,... Full Bio
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Final Flavors of Summer by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I know that school starts next week and I should be writing back-to-school posts on kids easy healthy breakfasts or lunches, but I don't want to let go of summer. Read on »
Cook Smarts: Making You an Expert on Veggies by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Jess Dang contacted me recently to share her site Cook Smarts, a company whose mission is to help home cooks lead healthier lives and have great experiences in the kitchen. ... Read on »
A Homemade Version of Go Lean Crunch by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I've been craving something healthy and crunchy and thought I could replicate Kashi's "GOLEAN Crunch!" granola cereal. I also wanted it to have enough protein to sustain me ... Read on »
A Chip for a Dip by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Well actually a cracker that tastes like a chip. Even though Food Should Taste Good is known for their addictive chips, they've come out with a new line of brown rice cracke ... Read on »
Weight Loss Without a Gimmick? by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Losing weight is no joke. Infomercials for new diet plans and exercise videos make it look so easy. Everyone gushes about how fast they shed the pounds. Read on »
Sautéed Purple Swiss Chard with Sweet Potatoes and Dried Fruit by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I can't say how thrilled I am that my niece Alexa is cooking up a storm. She already contributed a simple delicious recipe last year Chocolate Banana Ice Cream that I have m ... Read on »
Two Stacys Equals a Great Juicebar by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Some things are just meant to be. Like when two women meet, one a successful entrepreuner making almost $60 million on an innovative spin on baked pita chips, and the other, ... Read on »
A Nutrition Shake for Expecting Moms by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I don't usually review supplements on this blog as I try to promote whole foods as much as possible. However I considered the new Mommi 3-in-1 shake very carefully as a usef ... Read on »
Getting Hot at the Barre! by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living DanceFIT Studio hosted a fun event one week ago for Boston-area healthy living bloggers. Read on »
Weight Watchers New Ice Cream Lineup by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Summer is a few months away but I've already visited the ice cream aisle at the supermarket. I don't eat ice cream at all in the fall and winter, but funny how once the weat ... Read on »
My First Flash Mob: Beat As One by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living When Fen sent an invite on Facebook to a flash mob hosted by The FAM, my first impulse was to click delete. But I hesitated because it was in honor of the Boston Marathon vi ... Read on »
Dukkah-Encrusted Tofu by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I grew up eating tofu since I come from an Asian family but it was never served to me plain and white, like you see it in the supermarket. Read on »
Pump Up the Flavor! by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This year's National Nutrition Month theme is "Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right." The foods we should be eating more of—whole unprocessed or minimally processed foods—have un ... Read on »
Move Over Zumba, BollyX on the Scene! by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Now I say that with complete loyalty to Zumba, as I've been teaching it for more than four years and I don't see the Zumba Fitness empire going anywhere. But there's always ... Read on »
Book Review: The No-Cry Picky Eater Solution by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living As much as we stress, fret, and fight it, picky eaters are here to stay. Why? Because picky eating is a normal behavior, says author Elizabeth Pantley of the best-selling No ... Read on »
Fiesta Bean Salad with Quinoa (Ensalada Fiesta con Frijoles y Quínoa) by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I'm getting ready to teach my first bilingual diabetes cooking class with Latino recipes. In the past six months I've counseled a growing number of Latino patients with newl ... Read on »
My Ugly Happy Healthy Wontons by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Growing up, my mom would occasionally make wontons. It was rare probably because she didn't enjoy all the wrapping of them. When my brother and I were old enough, we became ... Read on »
Testing the 1-Minute Microwave Cake by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It not only seemed too good to be true but not technically possible. How could something that takes 45 minutes in a hot dry oven cook for 1 minute in a microwave? Read on »
Crock-Pot Chicken Sausage, Kale and White Bean Stew by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Just over a week ago, Caroline from the fun and sassy blog Not Enough Wine In the World tweeted me to share my favorite crock-pot recipe. She was looking to tempt her picky ... Read on »
Reflavoring Low Sodium Soups by FitMamaEats Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Low sodium soups are a work in progress. The food industry has bounced around with lowering and then adding back salt to their products (such as the Campbell's soup line) as ... Read on »