I love communicating, spreading the word about ways to create a healthy selfie with realistic, lifestyle friendly strategies. I contribute to blogs, and am frequently interviewed for my comments on trending nutrition topics. In addition I love to write, and have authored 2 books and co-authored four. I always try to put myself in the reader’s seat – what would I want to learn, do I walk away with something new and are the recommendations sustainable, enjoyable and affordable.
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I like to pick a topic and put a different spin on it – thinking out of the box, sprinkling in some humor and real world application to the confusing, overwhelming world of nutrition.
Meals and Gifts for Men
You Don’t Know Beans, but Now You Will
5 Signs It’s Time to Ditch Your Eating Plan – and 5 Signs It’s Working
If You Want to Succeed in Your Health Goals, Don’t Do These 5 Things
Comfort Foods Are Good for You
Celebrating Holidays on a Smaller Scale
Eating Within Your Budget
Foods That Help Heal an Injury
How to Make 4 Meals With 1 Chicken
How to Help Food Banks and Those in Need
A Waste Less Food Plan
Foods for 6-Pack Abs
Keto, Paleo and Vegan Treats for Santa
How to Keep Your Gut Happy (and Regular) Over the Holidays
Can the Keto Diet Improve Your Athletic Performance?
Is Snacking Healthy?
A Dietitian’s Guide to Soothing Yourself With Food
8 Pumpkin Recipe Ideas That Actually Contain Pumpkin
The Most (and Least) Gut-Friendly Foods to Fuel Your Workout
Is Tracking Macros Compromising Your Gut Microbes?
4 Simple Ways to Take Your Grilling Game From Good to Great
8 Protein Myths Too Many People Still Believe
4 Concepts to Toss (and 4 to Embrace) for Better Health in 2018
Your Holiday Diet Survival Guide: Travel Edition
3 Thanksgiving Foods You Should Eat All Year
5 Ways to Transition Your Kitchen to Fall
5 Ways to Live Like a Dane
How Active Is Your Kitchen?
5 Healthy Hacks for Your Favorite Summer Foods
4 Nutrition Hacks for Dad’s Favorite Meal
The Best Foods for Every Stage of Motherhood
Your Healthy To-Do List Before You Say ‘I Do’
6 Nutritionist-Approved Habits to Give Up for Lent
12 Healthy Holiday Gifts That Keep on Giving
The Only Word You Need to Know to Reach Your New Year’s Resolution
Sing These Twists on Holiday Carols to Stay Healthy
Follow This Bipartisan Strategy to Achieve Your Health Goals
Everything You Need to Know About Dietary Fats
Are Your Eating Habits Hindering Your Health Goals?
How Low Energy Levels Can Affect Your Performance and Health
Winning at Weight Loss: How to Cut Fat Without Sacrificing Performance
Get Fueled for Summer Workouts
Eat and Drink Well to Bike Better
Eating patterns to optimize your health
Pick Your Eating Plan Like You Choose Your Car
Are Digestive Issues Cramping Your Active Lifestyle?
This Valentine’s Day, Fall in Love With Food That Isn’t Chocolate
How to Create Your Healthy Selfie
Eating Sustainably: Do Well By Yourself and the Planet
How to Transitions from Restrained to Retrained Eating
Fuel for Performance Eat and Drink Like an Athlete
Apply Back to School Lessons to Be Healthier This Fall
‘Hanger’ Management: What to Do When Hunger Makes You Mad
Food That Matters, Fit That Flatters
It’s Time to Stop Fearing Foods
The books I have written have been labors of love.
American Dietetic Association Guide to Better Digestion provides nutrition solutions for the digestive issues and diseases.
Sport Nutrition for Coaches is designed for the middle school coach/parent up to college coaches to provide insight on how to help our athletes eat well to play better.
Active Calorie Diet takes a new approach to weight loss by encouraging use of the CHEW acronym to get more out of what we eat as well as ways to maximize movement in the house.
Run Your Butt Off, Walk Your Butt Off and Bike Your Butt Off work for those new to exercise through those who have experience and help you create a plan to maximize workouts, fine tune eating, and achieve body and health goals.
To learn more about Leslie’s philosophy concerning eating to implement and sustain a healthy lifestyle visit Leslie’s author page or click on the book of interest.