By: Jeremy Will, RD/LD
Registered Dietitian

The 2-week meal plan to start off the new year is ready to go and waiting in my office for you! There is some simple prep involved, but that will be true for any plan that is balanced and can be maintained long-term. It will only take a few minutes to go over so no need to even schedule an appointment. Stop by and grab a copy today or tomorrow so you are ready to start this Monday.

Good nutrition is the most important thing you can do for yourself so why not start now?

The plan includes recipes and portion sizes, and some examples are:

1 heaping cup fruit salad
1 serving breakfast bake

Chopped Thai salad
with 3 oz. ground chicken (prepared w/ cooking spray, no oil)

Chicken fajita salad
(2 oz. chicken, ¼ avocado)

Shouldn’t 2019 be all about committing to yourself?

By: Jeremy Will, RD/LD
Registered Dietitian

Surprise surprise…Christmas and New Year’s is right around the corner, and here comes your dietitian trying to ruin it like always. “Don’t arrive hungry to a holiday party.” “Deny leftovers from hosts.” Blah blah blah.

Hopefully, this tip is a little more fun since it involves alcohol! Booze is the quintessential “empty calorie.” It adds calories to your diet but nothing else (except maybe a nice buzz). You have your usual low-calorie suspects like vodka soda or a whiskey diet. If these are your go-to cocktails, stick with them. If you’re looking for something a little fancier, here are some recipes to help you forget all about my healthy eating rules (even though you shouldn’t!).

Hot Cranberry Mule
(can also make chilled)

Soothing Sangria

The Resolution
(#18 on the list)