Lani Telian, Department of Public Health This year, I’m basing my diet completely on subs. Not footlong subs – I’m focusing on small substitutions. As a girl with strong family ties, and family values that are strongly tied to food, its been hard …Continue Reading The Year of Substitutions
Posted by: Much to my dismay, I missed last week's ChopChop Kickoff Event that took place with Governor Patrick at Community Services, a social services agency in Jamaica Plain. Since then, all I've been hearing from my colleagues is how awesome the event …Continue Reading ChopChop Kickoff: Watch it here!
Posted by: Lynn Beattie, Department of Public Health. Lynn is a Nutrition Education Specialist with DPH. New Year’s Eve is a time for reflecting on the past year. But more importantly, it’s an occasion to look forward to the coming year. Many …Continue Reading Happy New Year!
Posted by Anne Hemmer, RD, LDN, MS Anne is the Coordinator of the MA Children at Play Program at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. When you have kids, pulling together a family meal can get stressful. Yet starting good eating …Continue Reading Family, Fun and Food: Making meals enjoyable!
Posted by Rachel Tanenhaus, MPH Rachel is a Program Coordinator for the Healthy Aging and Disability Unit at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. It’s been two months since I blogged about starting the 14 Weeks to a Healthier You program at …Continue Reading 14 Weeks to a Healthier You: The Halfway Point
Lani Telian, Department of Public Health More and more communities are making changes within their town or city’s walls that aim to increase healthy eating and active living. And for many Mass in Motion communities, making the healthy choice the easy choice …Continue Reading Mass in Motion: Communities making a real difference
Posted by Claire Blais, RD, CDE, LDN Claire is a Registered Dietician at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The leaves are turning colors and falling to the ground. The air is crisp in the morning, and you need to turn the heat on at night. The …Continue Reading Take MyPlate to Thanksgiving!
Posted by Lynette Desharnais. Lynette is a program coordinator for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health Balancing your calories is never easy. With a busy schedule, often we find ourselves extremely hungry by the time we finally have a chance to …Continue Reading Smart Snacking
Posted by: Terri Mendoza, MS, RD, LDN, Department of Public Health Terri is the Nutrition Education Specialist for the Massachusetts WIC Program. Do you ever worry about developing diabetes? Do you know if you are at risk? Most importantly, did you realize that you can do …Continue Reading It’s November…Time to Think about Diabetes?
Lani Telian, Department of Public Health With the cold weather on its way and the Farmers’ Market season coming to an end, fresh produce is limited—and expensive—in Massachusetts. That means many of us will be looking at frozen and canned foods as alternatives to …Continue Reading Different Season, Different Grocery Aisle: Canned and Frozen F&V’s