Dietitians Blog Entries

STEP 2: RECIPE MANUAL

Now you have decluttered and organised your kitchen its time to tackle those recipes. Do you have your standard family recipes? Recipes ripped out from magazines or saved on social media? Its time to organise these and put them in one place to save you time in the kitchen.  There are several ways to organise… […]

STEP 3: STOCKCUPBOARD ESSENTIALS

In order to cook healthy food for your family you will need a well stock cupboard including the basics. Try and keep your store cupboard and freezer well-stocked with a variety of canned, dried and frozen goods that you know your family love to eat. Tinned beans, frozen vegetables, meat and fish, pasta & noodles,… […]

Krispie Chicken Rice Box

I absolutely love this recipe! This is our all time favourite that is a guaranteed winner at our cookery sessions and one of my favourite family meals. The Krispie Chicken Rice Box is a homemade ‘fakeaway’ version of the KFC Rice Box. When I tell people that we will be using cornflakes or rice krispies… […]

STEP 4: MEAL PLANNING

The question I get asked most once people learn that I am a Dietitian is, “Write me a meal plan”. There is no magic formula to help you lose weight or to eat healthier, it is simply about changing your lifestyle.   Organise your kitchen. Once you have stocked  your kitchen this will help you… […]

Cauliflower Mac n’Cheese

  Print Cauli Mac n’ cheese Ingredients 300g macaroni 1 cauliflower (medium) 1 tbsp butter 2 tbsp plain flour 250ml milk 2 tsp English mustard powder 100g grated cheddar cheese (1 cup) To put on top: 3 tbsp grated cheddar cheese 3 tbsp Breadcrumbs (I used my own homemade ones from the freezer but you… […]

Simple Honey & Mustard salad

Print Simple Honey & Mustard Salad Ingredients Lettuce/ salad leaves of your choice Sliced tomatoes Sliced cucumber Avacado Grated carrot Grated white cabbage For the dressing Natural Yoghurt Honey Wholegrain mustard Instructions In a small bowl mix together honey, yoghurt and mustard to make your dressing. Put your chosen salad items into a bowl and… […]

Kate Wengier, RD

Name: Kate Wengier Job Title: Family Dietitian  Business name: Foost (based in Australia)   Kate is a family dietitian with a passion for improving the eating habits of families and communities. She created Foost to teach easy ways of eating more fruits and vegetables. All four of her kids love fresh, fun food (well most of the time)…. […]

Rita. M. Singer, RD

Name:      Rita M. Singer, RD, LDN, CLT Job Title: Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist and Certified LEAP therapist  Business name: RED Dietitians, LLC Rita believes that nutrition is not just a job, but a way of life and a way in which she gets to share her passion of cooking and nutrition with others everyday.  Rita is… […]

Emilie S. Burgess, RD

Name:        Emilie S.Burgess, MS, RDN, LDN Job Title:  Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Business:  Emilie Burgess Nutrition & Wellness Coaching Emilie is currently working as a clinical dietitian in Boston Massachusetts after completing her degree whilst competing in D1 Tennis. She then went on to obtain her Master’s degree. Emilie loves helping people reach their… […]

Quick Homemade Burger

Burgers don’t have to be completely off limits when your trying to eat healthier. In fact red meat is a good quality source of protein and nutrients such as iron, vitamin B12 and zinc, so when incorporated into a healthy, balanced diet can have its place. Processed red meat is high in saturated fat and… […]