Category Archives: Nutrition

Walk Talk Nutrition Visits Red Lobster!

About once a month my colleague, Donna Feldman, and I go on a fieldtrip to a large chain restaurant to see if we can find reasonably healthy choices.  We turn on the recorder, eat, and reflect on what we are experiencing.  We try to find the good and not so good choices.  And there is…
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I’m included in Molly Blair Photography’s blog on women!

In April 2015, I will be devoting all of my time and energies toward growing my small business!  Coinciding with this change, my website will be updated.  This was a good reason to get new photos of myself - and a great opportunity presented itself with Molly Blair Photography.  I so much enjoyed working with…
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MyNetDiary: App for Food and Activity Tracking

Dear Readers, I am thrilled that the company that I consult with, www.mynetdiary.com, is listed with iTunes App Store Essentials:   http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewRoom?fcId=384704782&id=25204&mt=8 Also, MyNetDiary is mentioned in this FoxNews video:  http://www.myfoxdc.com/dpp/news/special_report/mobile-apps-to-improve-your-life-072810 Enjoy! Best, Kathy Isacks, Registered Dietitian, LLC
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Tips for Reducing Sugar at Breakfast

Did you know that the American Heart Association recommends that we limit added sugars as a part of a heart healthy diet?  Their current guidelines are:  100 calories or less per day for women = 25 grams (e.g. 6 teaspoons of sugar) 150 calories or less per day for men = 38 grams (e.g. 9…
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