About- Davida Kleinman, MA, RDN, LDN

Davida believes that food should look good, taste good, and most important- make us feel good!  She specialized in weight management, pediatric obesity, cardiac health, women’s health issues, menu planning, vegetarian diets, diabetes. She says, “I believe that it’s never too late to make positive changes in your diet.”  Davida especially enjoys working with parents, children, and families.   

About- Andrea Young, RDN, LDN

Andrea specializes in: diabetes, cardiac, weight management, oncology & food allergies.  She has first hand knowledge of food allergies.  She says, “Growing up with a peanut and tree nut allergies, I know living with a food allergy can be difficult, especially when first diagnosed. I know that with my years of first hand experience and […]

Easy Gluten Free Muffins

While scrolling endlessly on Facebook, I came across this recipe while watching one of those thirty second cooking videos that have become so popular and decided to try it out.  Here is the super simple recipe to these delicious mini muffins!! These are super easy and most ingredients are probably lying around your house! The […]

Fun on the Roots to River Farm

Last week, Miranda and I traveled to Roots to River farm in New Hope to see what it takes to grow fresh local veggies, herbs and flowers and boy was it hard work. Roots to River is a 60 acre farm that provides fresh produce to farmers markets, local restaurants ( like my favorite Jules Pizza!) and […]

About Miranda Ortolani

Miranda Ortolani is a senior Nutrition/Dietetics major at Penn State University. Miranda is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle that includes a well balanced diet and exercise. “My mom is the cook in the house and she is a very healthy eater, so from a young age I was always fed good meals with great […]

Nutrition Label Help

Since it is National Nutrition Month, hopefully many of you are trying to be more aware of what you’re eating. Although you may have good intentions, food companies have marketing tactics that can easily trick us into buying the less healthy choices that are available. Here are some easy tips for tricky foods so you […]

Eat with your body, not with your eyes!

Early in November I had the opportunity to attend the Connecticut Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Fall Meeting. One of the speakers was Jim Painter, PhD, RD. He really opened my eyes to how easily our appetites are influenced by portion sizes and food availability. 20 years ago a bagel was 140 calories, now […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]