8 Degrees of Separation from Meal Planning with a Food Sensitivity

March 19th, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

Tweet 8 Degrees of Ingredients Finalist 2008 Next Generation Indie Book Awards! 8 Degrees of Ingredients is an essential, comprehensive cookbook for anyone suffering from food allergies, intolerance, or sensitivities. Author Melisa Priem on KARE 11 Showcase Minnesota I applaud author Melisa Priem for creating recipes without the eight main allergens. Meal planning can beRead the rest of this entry…



Women Who Drink Tend to Be Thinner

March 11th, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

Tweet Bellevue Nutritionist, Angela Pifer writes: A new study, based on the Nurses’ Health Study (NHS), was recently published with the finding that “women who drink moderately are less likely to gain weight over time than those who don’t.” The study did not find a causal link and only offers loose theories to explain theirRead the rest of this entry…



Target Goes Wild For Salmon

February 27th, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

Tweet Bellevue Nutritionist, Angela Pifer writes: We have all heard about the health benefits of salmon and omega 3 fatty acids (heck, our eggs are now being infused with omega-3). For all the people out there trying to do the right thing, eat healthier and add cold water fish into their diet weekly, the concernRead the rest of this entry…



Stocking a Healthy Pantry – My Latest MSN Health Video

February 23rd, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

Stocking a healthy pantry with Angela Pifer on MSN Health. Please open this post to view the video.



Assembling a Healthy Balanced Breakfast

February 23rd, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

Tweet Overcome the reasons not to have breakfast and make it part of your day. If you’re too busy in the morning, prepare as much as you can the night before. Even if you are a self professed non-breakfast eater and have been for twenty years, you are fooling yourself to think that your bodyRead the rest of this entry…



How to Stock a Healthy Pantry: What’s on Your Shelves?

February 19th, 2010 by Angela, Nutritionist

The first step to cooking healthy is to stock your pantry with a variety of foods that you can use as a base for a healthy meal. If your pantry needs a healthy makeover, the first thing you’ll want to do is toss the junk and start thinking about which healthy foods you like to eat.



Are You an Emotional Eater?

December 7th, 2009 by Angela, Nutritionist

Tweet Listen to a radio interview I just did with Leslie Evans at Peeling Mom Off the Ceiling, which will help you to identify emotional eating habits and learn ways to combat and eliminate emotional eating in your life. The intro is a little long, but hang in there! There is at least a halfRead the rest of this entry…