There is no better time for wholesome, make-ahead dinner strategies than the return of the school year and all that comes with it. Take out, fast food and eating at restaurants is not only costly, but usually isn’t nutritionally balanced. While offering a gourmet dinner is also not likely to happen, we need to find the middle ground and develop a strategic plan for getting healthful meals to your family’s table.
Wondering how Guiding Stars can help you make positive changes in your eating habits? Our Consulting Dietitian can shed some light on the situation.
Allison Stowell is, among other things, a registered dietitian and mom with a commitment to helping others learn to eat nutritiously. Drawing from her work training and consulting individuals and food professionals, Allison offers her expert advice on the Guiding Stars blog.
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