My blog is full of nutrition, intuitive eating, & health at every size talk, as well as food tips, tricks and tidbits. You’ll also find a lot of recipes, motivational posts, and a glimpse into my programming and services as a registered dietitian.
Cristel Moubarak, Registered Dietitian
Cristel, nutriFoodie’s dietitian & founder, is a non-diet and Health at Every Size dietitian. She is passionate about helping people who want to give up chronic dieting & weight cycling to cultivate a positive and peaceful relationship with their bodies and with food through one-on-one nutrition counseling & food coaching, as well as hands-on cooking classes and workshops.
This past week at Nature’s Kitchen Camp, we baked protein brownie balls made from yams, black beans and pumpkin puree (yes, you read that right!).
This blog series is focused on Nutrition Month’s theme of the power of food and its multitude of potential and benefits. So far I’ve shared with you how to stay fueled and avoid hunger pains and how to get kids more involved with cooking.
I’m no curry expert, but I’ve been making efforts to learn its multi-layered flavour secrets. I’ve tried spinach and paneer curry in several restaurants and it has always been good.
I love this week’s theme, how to get kids to help in the kitchen, because it’s so close to heart. As you may have read from last week’s blog about My Food Story, I shared my struggles as a child that impacted the rest of my life.