Helping you and your family find your healthiest selves

Are you someone that...

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    Is a chronic dieter - you've tried every diet under the sun and are still looking for something that works for you
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    Has no time – Between work and your family's schedule, on some nights just getting dinner on the table is your main goal
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    Is tired of conflicting nutrition advice – You just want to know, once and for all, the best way to feed yourself and your family

Let me help you become your healthiest self, while settling the nutrition debate once and for all!

About Me

I am a Registered Dietitian who believes in the non-diet approach. I help people to discover what eating a healthy balance of foods looks like and encourage getting away from restrictive mindsets about food. My goal is to help families of all shapes and sizes improve their relationships with food, in order to live their lives to the fullest. 

The Latest from the New Ways Nutrition Blog...

Is Salt in Baby Food Okay?
As a parent of a newly-eating baby, you are likely aware of the salt in baby food that you serve. Most parents know that they should be cautious of how much salt they serve. But just how much is too much?
How Many Meals Should Your Baby Be Eating?
So you’ve got this feeding thing underway now. Your baby has met all the developmental markers and has started to eat foods. You know how much you should be feeding them at each meal, but just how often should you be feeding them? Six to Seven Months- At 6 months old, start by feeding your baby at least two meals a day. Feeding three meals isn’t a bad thing and can help with skill development. It can be quite the task between nap times and the amount of time your baby wants to sit at the table, though! So don’t feel the need to get 3 meals in every day at the beginning. (As with pretty much anything I write about, please pay attention to your baby first and foremost. These are general guidelines, but your parenting intuition rocks and you should listen to that above all else!) The Logistics It doesn’t matter what time these meals are at. The most important thing is
Help! My Baby Keeps Gagging on Their Food
A common question I receive from parents is about how much gagging is okay when a baby is first starting solid foods. While this is a hard question to answer definitively, I will try and provide a few guidelines to ease your mind. Gagging is a normal part of the learning process. A baby’s gag reflex...

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