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March 18, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Travel Adventures: Ocean Beach – San Francisco, California

One of the most beautiful places in SF is Ocean Beach. The views were absolutely breathtaking. So peaceful to watch the waves collide.

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March 16, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Travel Adventures: NYC Stomp and Perry St by Jean Georges

Watched STOMP for the very first time and I do wonder how it survived for so many years. It’s a very creative show but watching people make music with random objects for 2 hours can get old very quick. Luckily, we had booked Perry St for dinner. The delicious meal made up for the not so exciting show. IMG_4389.JPG Read more…

March 13, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Get It: Freshly Popped Popcorn


Came across this whole kernel popcorn at Jason’s Marketplace. What a surprise! Seasoned popcorn with garlic powder is on my list. I probably won’t be able to resist making kettle corn either. Yum!

March 12, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Tasty Adventures: Elixir Health Pot, Taipei


One of the best hot pot experiences of my life! Highly recommend.  Read more…

March 10, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Tasting Adventures: NYC Food Crawl

There’s no denying that I love to eat! Food plays a huge part in my life and as much as I try to eat healthfully at least 80 percent of the time, I fully enjoy the pleasures of a good feasting. The food in NYC is superb!


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March 9, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

Green Juice x Evergreens Republic 

Juiced veggies for the first time today and I have to say…not so bad.

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February 24, 2015 / Happy Dietitian

5 Things You Should Know About Cholesterol

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Happy Dietitian:

Great piece!

Originally posted on Health News / Tips & Trends / Celebrity Health:

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Cholesterol seems to be one of those words that’s in everyone’s vocabulary, but many of my clients are incredibly confused about what cholesterol is, and how it affects their health. It also happens to be buzzing in the media at the moment, thanks to a new report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee, a group of top nutrition researchers who advise the government about what and how Americans should be eating.

If you’re feeling a little perplexed by all this cholesterol talk, here’s a simple breakdown of what you really need to know.

Cholesterol is only found in animal-based foods

There are two types: dietary cholesterol and blood cholesterol. Dietary cholesterol is the cholesterol found in foods, and only foods of animal origin contain it, because animals’ bodies naturally produce this waxy, fat-like substance. So when you eat an animal-based food (think eggs, dairy, meat, seafood)…

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