Danielle's Bread & (a bit of) Butter

22

Jan
2014

Carrots and Beets

As a dietitian, I am frequently asked “what do you eat”? For the most part I eat a balanced diet but I still indulge especially when it comes to anything chocolate.

So I decided it would be a fun challenge to do a food journal for two days and tell you exactly what I eat. Food journaling can be great tool to help assist with...

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15

Jan
2014

Ball Jars with juice and a bowl of vegetables on a table

Juicing has been in the media a lot recently and it seems to be the next big thing. But is juicing really good for you? Is it better than eating a whole fruit or vegetables? Let’s find out. 

To put it bluntly, no. Juicing probably is not any healthier than eating whole fruits or vegetables. When you juice you extract the juice...

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14

Jan
2014

Paleo Text

What’s up with the Paleo Diet? Well apparently a lot, Google reported that the most Googled diet of 2013 was the Paelo diet. So what’s with this fad and is this something you should be following?

The Paleo diet also known as the Caveman or Stone Age diet revolves around the idea that if we eat like our ancestors we will be...

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10

Jan
2014

Ezekiel Bread

I recieved a question from Mario asking:

I eat sprouted grain bread on the recommendation of my alternative healthcare practitioner. However, at $5.20 per loaf, it is quite pricey. Is it that much healthier than regular 100% whole grain bread? Here's the brand I use:...

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09

Jan
2014

Calendar

Yep, you guessed it; it’s that time of year again, when people make weight loss New Year’s Resolutions. Unfortunately most people end up losing momentum by mid-January, which is next week! So is it possible to keep your resolutions?

Remember that weight loss takes time. The foundation of successful weight loss is focusing on a...

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06

Jan
2014

Whole Wheat Bread Sliced

Welcome to Bread and (a Bit of) Butter (B&BB). For my first post I would like to introduce you to who I am, and what I will be writing about on this blog.

I’m Danielle Kemp, the Dining Services Dietitian at UCSB. Originally I am from the Bay Area, but headed south to study at Cal Poly. After graduation with a BS in...

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