Dietitians' Blog

Ditch the New Year’s Resolutions

Posted on January 2nd, 2018

As we start 2018, millions of Americans are making New Year’s Resolutions to become a little bit healthier. We even make the same resolutions year after year. Did you know know that only 8% of Americans actually achieve their New Year’s resolution? YIKES! So why do we continue to make the same broken promises to… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | January 2nd, 2018

Dietitian Upgrade: Chips & Queso

Posted on December 26th, 2017

  In the land of holiday parties, fiestas, get-togethers, and more, you can always count on there being chips and dip. One of my favorite chips and dip combos is Tostitos Scoops and Velveeta with Ro-Tel! This year, though, I decided to change things up because I found my recipe from years past to be… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | December 26th, 2017

Hats Off to Pork and Dairy

Posted on December 11th, 2017

  So you might be wondering what made me think to do a series of ways to incorporate pork and dairy into a healthier diet… As a retail dietitian we are fortunate enough to be presented with opportunities to network with other dietitians and the food industry to educate ourselves. And in turn, we are… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | December 11th, 2017

Stress always seems to sneak its way into our lives during the rush of the holiday season. Whether it is stress over preparing the dozens of dishes for a bountiful holiday dinner, fighting the crowds for the perfect gift, whizzing around town (or even the country) to visit with friends and family, or the dread… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | December 7th, 2017

Astronauts, Gravity, and Hand Stands

Posted on November 24th, 2017

  “Did you always know you wanted to work in nutrition?” “Have you always been interested in food?” “When did you first take an interest in food as it relates to the human body?” All of these are questions I have been asked, but for none of which I ever had a specific answer –… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | November 24th, 2017

Is Kombucha Nutritious?

Posted on November 16th, 2017

With emerging research regarding the importance of the microbes in and on our bodies collectively known as the microbiome, probiotic foods such as kombucha are gaining popularity among health and wellness gurus and the general public alike. Before we dive into answering this question, what exactly is kombucha? Kombucha is a fermented beverage made with… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | November 16th, 2017

Dig with a Dietitian – Fall Recap

Posted on November 13th, 2017

The air is a little colder, the nights come a little sooner, and the leaves are falling…. which can only mean that we are coming to an end for fall and our Dig with a Dietitian classes (we will be back in 2018). These classes were a new venture in 2017 starting as a pilot… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | November 13th, 2017

September & October are Gone: What Now?

Posted on November 9th, 2017

As we are now into our Eat Right Feel Great series of Diabetes, we have said goodbye to our series of Gluten Free.  September and October brought lots of community involvement for your Reasor’s Registered Dietitians… here is a little recap. Media Stars What?  We saw an increase in televised presence. Hayden brought us information… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | November 9th, 2017

Diabetes Myths (An Intern’s Perspective)

Posted on November 8th, 2017

More than 30 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes, and 1.5 million more Americans are diagnosed every year. Despite the prevalence of diabetes, myths about it still exist, so let’s take a look at a few and clear the air! MYTH #1 You can’t eat carbohydrates if you have diabetes. Actually, you can! It’s… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | November 8th, 2017

Eat Real: Food Day 2017

Posted on October 24th, 2017

It’s Food Day 2017! How does that affect you?    As consumers, we are all looking for the best food at the best price. Cue Food Day… Food Day focuses on a diet that is healthy, affordable and cares for our environment; from the land to the animals and the farmers who cultivate both. Although… Read more

Dietitians' Blog | October 24th, 2017