Tips For Healthier Eating (Without Driving Yourself Crazy)

OK so hello, ‘tis the season for Whole 30, cleanses, and diets of all stripes. And though I am a disciplined person who is proactive about taking care of myself, I just can’t deal with super restrictive diets, especially since winter in Boston is already so hard! I was subsequently thrilled to chat with Alicia Romano, MS, RD, LDN, a registered dietitian/nutritionist at Tufts Medical Center. Alicia’s expertise includes oncology/hematology, gastrointestinal disease, food allergies, liver disease, renal disease, cardiac critical care, and weight management. We talked about healthy eating tactics that won’t totally drive you crazy! See links to things we discussed below the broadcast window!

Links to stuff I mentioned during the broadcast

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Disclosure: This Facebook Live reflects a compensated editorial partnership with Tufts Medical Center. All personal commentary about my post-holiday recovery (and need for yoga pants) are, of course, my own. Tufts Medical Center is a renowned not-for-profit academic medical center in downtown Boston. Floating Hospital for Children is the full-service children’s hospital of Tufts Medical Center. Both are the principal teaching hospitals of Tufts University School of Medicine. Tufts MC and the Floating Hospital offer a full range of services including primary care, OBGYN services in all areas of women’s health and dedicated pediatric and adult emergency rooms.

Disclaimer: The content provided in this post is intended solely for the information of the reader. This information is not medical advice and should not replace a consultation with a medical professional.