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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND
Food Enjoyment Activist, Chef Dietitian & lazy home cook—I’m all for adding Woohoo to Wellness by eating with pleasure & cooking simply
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 48m
I taught a cooking class in Scotland & tried lots of Scotch (professional research of course) yet haven't tried Glenmorangie (Highland Malt). The reviews I read on the aromas & tasting notes means it's now on my list. Thanks!
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 54m
Merci! I so enjoyed participating with you all. Email me--pop-up cooking parties can happen anytime!
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 1h
Because "Nutrient-Dense" is mainstream among nutrition/health professionals, it's easy to use especially w/ the basic concept of more nutrients for less calories. When I use the term nutrient-rich, I'm also using this as a guideline but I do focus on fiber.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 1h
Thanks for sharing. Some people confuse the word "dense" with thick & organizations that have created their own systems of measuring it have other issues. I've liked the term Nutrient-rich foods but this needs more consideration as well.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 2h
Thanks for responding. I'm guessing the pineapple photo was used because it's a gorgeous fruit. It no doubt has a large carbon foot print as do many fruits, veggies, meats etc. unless you buy local.
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Allison Koch MS RD CSSD May 21
“Taste and enjoyment = missing nutrients.” Couldn’t agree more,
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 3h
I wanted to hit you up w/ bean instant pot questions but had to leave. I love my Swiss pressure cooker but not my IP--at least not yet!
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 3h
A nutrient-dense focus does help simplify the complexity of eating well in a modern world AND doing it deliciously is the bonus. Thanks for attending
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 3h
Grazie for sharing! It was rewarding to spend time with you and this great community
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 3h
Could you share what you are referring to? Not sure why I'm in this thread.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 3h
How am I involved in this conversation please? I've not had any discussions about sugar or pineapple @travis_stratham
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 4h
Sadly, it's no surprise that 80% of consumers see a lot of conflicting info on what to eat or avoid. Focusing on nutrient-dense foods is one way to simplify choices.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 5h
What a wonderful word--Trustworthy--to be associated with--Thanks
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 7h
Tolerant Tasters can more likely pick out subtle notes & possibly sweetness in alcohol even though hypertasters are more sensitive--Happy hours w/ hypertasters may mean mocktails🍹it depends on the person's experiences
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 7h
Then let's have a scotch sometime! There are 25+ bitter receptors & as I mentioned in the talk, hypertaster research shows some hypertasters can learn to embrace bitter ingredients, so you may be a great example. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 8h
A nutrient density continuum encourages trading up but doesn't restrict foods like French fries.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 9h
Honored to hang out with this amazing group of nutrition professionals
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 11h
Inspiring people to embrace their "big why" & help people--how to create this.
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND 20h
A Cheap taste test indeed! Thanks for sharing
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Michele Redmond, RDN, FAND May 21
If there's any doubt, disclose any financial relationships. Transparency & trust are more important
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