Real Food Part 4 – Fats

In my opinion, the most confusing parts of nutrition today are fat and carbs. These are the last two parts of our Real Food series. First, we will deal with fats. There is so much confusion, even in the nutrition world, about what to do with fat.

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Real Food Part 3 – Treats!

Real Food Part 3 – Treats!

In the spirit of our “real food” series, I thought we’d take a break from information and give you some of my favorite real food treat recipes. Each recipe has passed the test of both my husband, our friends, and my 2-year-old niece. We use these types

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Real Food Part 2 – Produce

Real Food Part 2 – Produce

Perhaps the most obvious “real foods” are fruits and vegetables. I won’t belabor the benefits of fruits and vegetables because that is public knowledge (one thing the USDA and I actually agree on), but that doesn’t change that most of us still struggle to get them in,

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Real Food Part 1 – Protein

One of the major benefits of real food is the nutrient density. There are no “empty calories” in these foods. They don’t just fill us up, they nourish our bodies. Liz Lipski, a PhD nutritionist, in her book, “Digestive Wellness for Kids,” appropriately notes “we are the

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Are you eating real food?

Many of you are aware of what is being called by some a “real food movement,” in an effort to bring people back to real food instead of fake, man-made, processed foods. To our great- grandparents and grandparents, it is laughable that many are going to such

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Meet Our Dietitian!

Hello everyone, I’m Blakely Page RD,LD– the Registered Dietitian with Marian Hope Center. I’ve already met some of the fabulous families with amazing kids at Marian Hope Center and I’m looking forward to meeting more of you! Let me tell you a little about myself, and then

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Helping Families Through Nutrition

Marian Hope Center’s Co-Founder, Angie Knight, has been selflessly providing quality speech-language therapy and consultation services in Eastern Jackson County for many years.  Her research, experience, and eye-witness accounts of success with nutritional intervention have inspired her to expand and strengthen the nutritional support offered to families

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