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    The Lifestyle Dietitian
    P.O. Box 55505
    Atlanta, GA 30308
    Office #: 678-568-1426

    Latest Blog Posts

    How to Reduce the Risk of Food Allergies

    About one in 10 adults and one in 13 children has food allergies or two children in every classroom. My niece is one of those two children in the classroom. She’s allergic to peanuts. Immediately after eating something with peanuts including peanut oil, she starts coughing and gagging.  While reactions to food can be serious,…

    Cookbooks by Black Dietitians

    March is National Nutrition Month®! This year’s theme, “Celebrate a World of Flavors,” demonstrates how flavors from cultures around the world are a tasty way to nourish ourselves and appreciate our diversity. Throughout March and the rest of the year, embrace the foods and flavors of your heritage and other global cultures. My team and…

    February is Black History Month!

    This month we are celebrating the achievements and history of Black Americans as part of Black History Month. Food and nutrition are a part of our business and profession so I want to highlight foods from our Southern culture and African ancestors. You may have been told soul food is unhealthy. In fact, some think…

    Latest Recipes

    Really Easy Middle Eastern Green Beans [Recipe]

      Looking for an easy and colorful side dish to add to any holiday meal? Well, look no further. This sauteed veggie recipe is from The Diabetes Forecast magazine. I don't like green bean casserole but I do like fresh green beans roasted in the oven or sauteed in a skillet. This easy side dish…

    Wild Mushroom Soup [Recipe]

      Wild Mushroom Soup is a lighter savory soup perfect as an appetizer or as part of a meal. Low in calories and cholesterol-free, mushrooms contain a modest amount of fiber and over a dozen minerals and vitamins, including copper, potassium, magnesium, zinc and a number of B vitamins such as folate. This recipe is adapted from…

    Kale & Black-Eyed Peas Stir Fry [Recipe]

      Growing up my Mom always cooked collard greens and black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day. It’s a simple meal she passed down to me and my siblings. The tradition of eating black-eyed peas originated in Africa and spread throughout the Southern region of the United States. According to Southern food researcher John Egerton, black-eyed…