Ashley Kravitz


Food For Thought

March 28, 2017

Craving something specific, but your conscience is telling you NO? Listed below are healthy alternatives to the typical food craving. Simply swap out the not-so-healthy food with a healthier version of it, and feel better about your decision! 

1.) Soda: Is it...

March 27, 2017

Do you dread going to the supermarket because you know you will walk out spending a minimum of $100? So many people tell me they do not eat healthy because it is "too expensive." Follow these tips so that you stay on track without breaking the bank!

1.) Buy in Bulk! If...

March 26, 2017

Going out to dinner is one of the most fun activities to do on your weekend with friends and loved ones. Worried you will get off track because you're going out for a meal instead of preparing it on your own? Follow some of these tips so that you make smart decisions w...

March 23, 2017

There is a lot of misleading information out there about foods which are perceived as "healthy," but in reality, they may cause more harm than good. Unfortunately, some of our favorite foods, snacks, and drinks that we think are healthy, are in fact, not healthy at all...

March 22, 2017

So thrilled you asked! This article will focus on the foods which I consume almost each and everyday. The following timeline summarizes a typical day of what your Registered Dietitian eats, along with some of the benefits of those foods.

8:00 AM: Glass of water with lem...

March 21, 2017

“Glycemic index (GI) ” is a very popular term used by those with Diabetes, and this term unfortunately puts foods into the category of “good” carbs and “bad” carbs.

Glycemic response to a particular food varies among individuals and can also be affected by the overall m...

March 20, 2017

 It is no surprise that apples are good for you — why else would they have earned that “keep the doctor away” reputation? — Listed below are just a few of the reasons why apples should be your go-to snack next time you are craving something sweet!

Apples stimulate...

March 13, 2017

The prevalence of peanut allergy has doubled over the past ten years in the US and other various countries, especially those which promote the avoidance of peanuts during pregnancy, lactation, and infancy. Rates of peanut allergy have reached 1.4-3.0%, particularly in...

March 11, 2017

Research has shown that there are many potential benefits to consuming soy products when it comes to decreasing cholesterol, controlling blood sugar levels, and regulating cell growth. The relationship between soy and cancer prevention has especially been popular, beca...

March 9, 2017

With Alzheimer's Disease on the rise, people are constantly looking for ways to increase brain function, and eliminate the risk for brain degeneration. Start incorporating these memory-boosting foods into your diet today!

1. Foods High In Vitamin E:

These include healthy...

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