We’ve reached the finale of Nutrition Nuptials season 1! Maybe not as high profile as that Game of Thrones episode, but it’s a definite change of pace. Instead of discussion nutrition and exercise, Mandy and Taco are closing out the season by talking about their home turf, the Jersey Shore, which to them is like a year-round vacation. For this final episode before the summer break, Mandy and Taco take you on a guided tour of the Jersey Shore, dish out their favorite restaurants, clubs and activities, and explain why exactly Taco is called “Taco.”
Our latest guests, dietitian Casey Seiden and her husband Danny, have virtually stopped by for a Double Date and to help us ring in our show’s 21st episode (it can drink now!). In our chat, we discuss the best eateries in New York City, the benefits of grocery shopping in person rather than going for delivery, and the best way you can overcome a picky eater’s precise palate.
What do beekeeping, cappuccino and eating well all have in common? Well they’re just a smidgen of the interests our latest guests, fellow dietitian Judy Barbe and her husband Ken, like to dabble in. For this double date, we discuss Judy’s kitchen experiments (both successful and disastrous), Ken’s awe-inspiring range of hobbies, and how each of them would clear out the other’s wardrobe.
It’s crowded in this podcast because we’ve got another Double Date scheduled for this week. Bringing the wine and the fun are husband-and-wife, pediatrician-and-dietitian power couple Brian and Heather Liddell of the blog The Doctor and the Dietitian. On this episode, the two of them discuss their experiences teaching their own children to eat nutritiously, why you should minimize how often you spend looking at screens, and how you can help your kid get over their picky eating habits.
We’re deep into winter, and sickness can creep into a home at any moment. Be aware! You can prevent your home becoming a Germ Fest by following these simple cold and flu season tips for couples. Plus read on for some recipes to help feel better when you or your S.O. is feeling down.
There’s a new trend when it comes to dieting, and this is definitely one “diet” trend I can get on board with. This trend is no diet at all. As a couple, this is an opportunity to work together to create a positive atmosphere for food in your home. Welcome to Intuitive Eating for Couples.
Did you know January is the month when the most babies are conceived? It’s probably not a surprise. After all, when it’s freezing cold outside, there are plenty of nights when you’re cozying up together with your Significant Other indoors at home or taking romantic getaways. Add in the post-holidays state, or perhaps a recent engagement, and babies could be on the mind. Nutrition pregnancy expert and fellow dietitian Elizabeth Ward, MS, RD is sharing a guest post today all about nutrition for pregnancy planning for both future moms AND dads.
Happy New Year! With the new year here, members of a couple may make their own new years resolutions of things they want to change about themselves individually. The problem is, we all know resolutions don’t typically hold strong. Often they fall short because there’s no plan associated with them. Many can also be lacking accountability. Last year, I posed the question of what you can be doing MORE of in the new year. I encourage you to continue using the idea of MORE versus less or restrictions. As a couple, consider setting goals you can work on together to increase accountability and success. As we enter the new year, here’s 10 New Years Goals for Couples to make instead of resolutions that will benefit your health and wellness both individually and as a couple. Continue reading “10 New Years Goals for Couples to Make Instead of Resolutions”
Learn about the new SUNSET YOU MAKE ME Pasta Kits and get the scoop from a dietitian and her husband on these prep kits as simple solutions for busy couples.