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I’m Rose! I am a chocolate-loving dietitian on a mission to help people find satisfaction and joy in eating all foods. Life is about more than getting everything perfect, and food doesn’t have to be complicated.

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5 ways to stress less this Thanksgiving

5 ways to stress less this Thanksgiving

If you are someone who celebrates Thanksgiving, this might be a stressful time for you. There is usually family involved, and with the addition of food, there is often food and body talk. So, if you are working on improving your relationship with food and […]

A healthier Halloween for kids? Let them eat candy

A healthier Halloween for kids? Let them eat candy

Hi everyone! Happy October and happy (almost) Halloween! As a kid, I remember planning out the perfect costume a month prior, scouting out the best places (ie most candy) to Trick-or-Treat at, and making sure my basket was large enough to fit the most candy […]

5 Things You Need to Know About Intuitive Eating

5 Things You Need to Know About Intuitive Eating

Intuitive Eating “is a personal process of honoring health by listening and responding to the direct messages of the body in order to meet physical and psychological needs.” It is a non-diet approach to nutrition and health and one of the main pillars of this nutrition […]

What I’ve Learned in my First Year as a Dietitian

What I’ve Learned in my First Year as a Dietitian

Exactly 1 year ago today, I passed the Registered Dietitian (RD) exam. Wooo!! For those of who you don’t know, the RD exam is the test that you take to officially become a dietitian. The exam was a culmination of 2+ years of taking prerequisites […]

5 reasons to NOT count calories, from a dietitian

5 reasons to NOT count calories, from a dietitian

“Should I calorie count?” I get this question a lot, and the answer is always long-winded, so first, let me tell you a story. I was once an avid calorie counter, and can still, to this day, eye-ball how many calories are in a specific […]


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