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Krieger is a registered dietitian, nutritionist and author who hosts public television’s “Ellie’s Real Good Food.” She blogs and offers a weekly newsletter at www.elliekrieger.com.
NOURISH | Easy to make and delightful for gift giving — if you can keep from eating them all yourself.
A box containing matcha tea, accompanied by a whisk and a bowl, makes a lovely gift.
NOURISH | It tastes long-cooked but takes about 30 minutes.
NOURISH | With feta and herbs, you’ve got a whole new and healthful dish.
More supermarket chains are hiring dietitians to provide tours, cooking demonstrations and health screenings.
NOURISH | A quick turn in the oven with maple syrup and two warming spices is all it takes.
NOURISH | Use whole milk instead of cream, and maple syrup instead of refined sugar.
NOURISH | And it’s a pumpkin-filled, healthful — really! — way to make your weekend.
There are ways to restrict your eating and still consume a morning meal. And you’ll be better off.
Krieger will answer questions about healthful eating.