Have you ever watched a movie while eating a bowl of popcorn before realizing that you’ve emptied the bowl? Have you ever been waiting at the checkout of grocery store and added a few candies to you cart because they were convenient and easy to grab? Or, have you ever been served a huge meal at restaurant and finished … Continue reading Real Talk: Stop Relying on Willpower, Start Making Healthy Eating Easier
Snow. Wind. Frigid temperatures. Winters like these usually leave me craving a warm bowl of soup. It’s one of those comfort foods that never really gets old. The problem I have, though, is choosing what soup to eat. Canned soup is always easy. Just crack open the can, pour it into a bowl, zap in … Continue reading Recipe Roundup: 10 Hearty Winter Soups to Make in Less than an Hour
Growing up, sweets and treats were the norm in our house. There was always a bowl of candy sitting on our coffee table or brownies fresh out of the oven when my sisters and I came home from school. Like any kid, I almost never passed up the opportunity to enjoy sugary and chocolately goodness—as … Continue reading Tasty Tips: 10 Healthy Baking Substitutions That Actually Work
Considering that over 40% of Americans are vitamin D deficient, according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES), it’s worth taking a closer at your Vitamin D intake. Let me give you the low-down on Vitamin D...
As a nutrition student working towards becoming a registered dietitian, I get this question a lot! Dietitian, Nutritionist, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist are titles that I’ve heard people mistakenly use interchangeably. The truth is, there is a HUGE difference between these terms. Let’s clear up the confusion. Nutritionist is a non-accredited title that anyone can call themselves, … Continue reading Q&A: What’s the Difference Between a Registered Dietitian and a Nutritionist?
I’m Katelyn, the nutritionist and foodie behind this site. I started Nutrition Served Simply (NSS) to help make sense of the ever-changing nutrition research and food trends buzzing in the media. With a background in nutrition science and psychology, I hope to show you that nutrition and healthy living does not need to be complicated or stressful. On this blog, … Continue reading Hi! Welcome to Nutrition Served Simply