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Ready for a New Year’s Diet? This isn’t it. by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This time of year we’re bombarded with new diets, quick fix products and loads of holiday food guilt. It’s simply ridiculous! Don’t fall victim to the New Year, new diet m ... Read on »
My Top 5 Foodie Gifts for the Holidays by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s such a wonderful time of year and I just love giving gifts. Giving is definitely one of my love languages. But, do you ever just scratch your head wondering what to g ... Read on »
“Tis the Season” Mistakes (& how to fix them) by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living By now you’ve heard the phrase “tis the season” at least a dozen times. “Tis the season” for this and that, and food pushing, and diet gimmicks, and overeating, and saying ... Read on »
5 Halloween Tips to take the Trick out of your Treat! by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Candy, candy everywhere! Halloween treats don’t have to freak you out. Blair Mize, Schilling Nutrition Therapy, LLC  dietitian and nutrition pro tricked out these Hallowee ... Read on »
Are you guilty of the worst leftover mistake? by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Do leftovers get you down or even gross you out? Does thought of having the same ol’ pork chop make you want to hit the pizza speed dial button? Listen, you are not alone. ... Read on »
Let’s Talk about the “F” Word by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Could this “F” word be just as bad as the bleeped one? Let’s stop teaching and tolerating fat-talk. The “F” word has no place in healthy conversations. I’d love t ... Read on »
Don’t let Pasta Freak you out. Plate it up Right! by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I love pasta. Real, authentic, pasta. People often leave it out of their meals because they’re afraid they will overeat it. Well, that’s a possibility if pasta is wear ... Read on »
Help! This Gal needs a Chip by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living No tortilla chips? No problem. You can easily make your own! Usually, I have plain ol’ corn tortillas around the house. So, this recipe is easy peasy! Turn ... Read on »
It’s true: I’m the crazy planner lady. by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The past few months I’ve realized how much my family has shaped me, even my crazy tendencies. It’s true. I admit it. I’m a little crazy. Don’t we all have our own litt ... Read on »
Cranberries & BBQ? You bet! by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We often think about cranberries around the holidays, but these versatile, nutrient-packed berries can add flavor and health benefits year-round. Not only can these tart l ... Read on »
School’s Out for Summer: Time for Vacation! by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I’ve teamed up with Kendra Thornton , travel advocate, TV personality, PR expert and fellow mom-trepreneur to get you set for a healthy vacation season. Thanks so much Ken ... Read on »
Trend Alert: Kids Are Trying Juice Cleanses by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Leslie Schilling, MA, RD, CSSD, LDN : Let’s be clear. Drinking a fresh juice and juice “cleansing” are not the same thing.   Originally posted ... Read on »
Perspective: Could it even improve your health? by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Source: Esty, mbartstudios I have this friend. She seems to be happy all of the time. One day I was chatting with her about happiness, irritations and such…. She ... Read on »
Finding Value: Not the Money Kind by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Have you ever had one of those moments where everything that mattered at the moment really didn’t matter at all? I had one of those moments (weeks) recently. It was scary ... Read on »
The Happy Tune Turnaround by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living “Because I’m happ-eeee, Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof. Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth. Clap along if know what happiness is to you. C ... Read on »
Nat’l Nutrition Month: Focus on the Family Meal by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s that time of year again. Yep, you guessed it! It’s National Nutrition Month! Woot Woot ;). I’m all about taking little steps that build up to big change. Focusing ... Read on »
Dear Star Magazine (& Your Gossip Mag Siblings) by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Dear Star Magazine, Last week I was checking out at the grocery store when the cover of your magazine took my breath away. And not in a good way. I work with people wh ... Read on »
Glamorizing Eating Disorders: This is Not Okay by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s like a fender-bender on the side of the road. I had to look. I saw the recent issue of Star Magazine and was horrified. Given that next week is National Eating Disord ... Read on »
A Sweet Act of Self-Care: Be your own Valentine! by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living If this quote really makes you cringe, maybe it’s time you invest in yourself… Now is the time to change it! Could this be your best Valentine’s Day yet? Could yo ... Read on »
The South Beach Food Tour – Get out of Your Food Box by NutritionLeslie Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We get so comfortable with our surroundings, our couches, our food, our daily encounters and even the bags we carry. Almost every day I recommend that people get more vari ... Read on »