Tips to Avoid the “Freshmen 15”

As if college freshmen don’t have enough to worry about – making friends, being away from home, intense course work – they have the possibility of gaining the “freshmen 15” hanging over their head. Here are some tips on how to most importantly stay healthy and avoid gaining weight at school.   1. Avoid the […]

Ready to pack lunches again?

Six days until school starts! Can you believe it?  I’m home this week on a stayacation prepping for back to school with my kids.  My little one is going to Kindergarten…sigh & hold back the tears. While I’m a little sad about summer ending, my kids are getting really excited for their first day next […]

Registered Dietitians – The Key to a Healthy Selfie

Body Image is a constant struggle for women of all shapes and sizes.  We live in a world that is swayed by media and other external pressures, causing us to set unrealistic ideals for ourselves.  At University of Connecticut I am a facilitator for a program called “The Body Project,” written by Carolyn Becker and […]

Creative Recipes for A Healthier Passover Dinner

A usual family or holiday gathering tends to lack the healthy food options.  Although you probably use recipes that your grandmother’s grandmother used, they didn’t know the effects the ingredients had on your health. Passover, one of Judaism’s High Holidays, puts a restriction on many different food groups.  One of the main restrictions is on […]

Bucks Happening- Winner 2014- Best Nutritionist

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  Thank you to my patients, friends and family who supported me with their votes for Best Nutritionist in Bucks County!  I just got the great news that I won 🙂 Congratulations to my fellow Registered Dietitian Nutritionists- Michelle Danella and Jennifer Lynn-Pullman, finalists, and Michelle Verona-Williams, also nominated! It is an […]

Green leprechaun Foods for St. Patty’s Day

Top Green Foods to Get You in the St Patrick’s Day Spirit. As St. Patrick’s Day approaches the whole world seems to turn green, so why shouldn’t your diet? Incorporate these five nutrient-rich foods into your meals to get into the holiday spirit.  You won’t need the luck of a leprechaun to feel great about […]

Where to Veg-Out in Bucks County

Vegetarianism seems to have become significantly more popular recently.  If followed correctly, a vegetarian diet can be a successful way to improve an individual’s all around health. One of the main nutritional reasons consumers eat meat is because they believe it is a source of protein that they need in their diet. While meat is […]

Have a Heart Healthy February

 Say No To The No Fat Diet Written By: Andrea Young RDN, LDN of Eat Right Bucks County Registered Dietitian Nutritionist in Doylestown, Pa February is American Heart Month! Following a low fat diet is important, however, it’s important to maintain our intake of heart healthy fats. Fats are essential in our diet and provide […]

February 6th-Doylestown Office Closed- No Power

We are still without power at Eat Right Bucks County. Our Doylestown office will be closed today, February 6th. 2014

Bucks County CSAs

Local Vegetables Sign Up For Bucks County CSA                   Eating local not only helps to keep our local farmers in business and support our local businesses, eating local can also benefit our environment. Most of the produce sold in our supermarkets are from other counties, states, or countries. Our foods travels on average 1500 – […]