The 2017 theme of National Nutrition Month (NNM), “Put Your Best Fork Forward,” reminds us that every bite counts and that small changes toward a more healthful eating pattern add up to a big difference. Kit and Alli often talk about the benefits of making small, sustainable changes, which can be built upon over time. In this webinar, their philosophy on straightforward nutrition and real-life diet advice will help participants learn how to put their “best fork forward” to move toward a healthier pattern of eating… one bite at a time.
During this webcast, you will learn:
- Easy tips for making meals more nutrient dense
- Small changes with big nutrition results
- Making “insta-ready” dishes
- Kitchen hacks and tips that make meals come together
- Pinterest Recipes
- National Nutrition Month: Best Fork Forward
- Protein Rich Grains
- Blog Post: 3 Easy Ways to Get Your Greens
- Baking with Fruits and Veggies
- Blog Post: Putting Your Best Fork Forward for NNM
- Meeting Your Protein Needs on a Plant Based Diet
- Getting Ready for Making Dietary Changes (US Dept. of Health & Human Services)
- Shift to Healthier Food and Beverage Choices (tips from US Dietary Guidelines)
As a Registered Dietitian, Allison enables individuals to make positive, sustainable changes in their eating habits by stressing conscious eating, improving relationships with food and offering a non-diet approach for reaching and maintaining ideal body weight.
She joins the Guiding Stars team to help people in a number of sectors (grocery, hospitals, schools and universities) to understand how to use the Guiding Stars nutrition navigation program to make healthier food choices.
Kitty has dedicated her career to helping businesses, public relations agencies, trade associations and the media navigate the ever-changing nutrition landscape. She is the president of NutriComm Inc., a consultancy specializing in food and nutrition communications. Kitty is also an adjunct faculty member of Southern Maine Community College’s Nutrition Department. Kitty has served on the board of the Maine Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics for many years, including two terms as president.