The EALM Blog Shelf

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While Laura Cipullo and the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Team work on some new and exciting projects, you may notice less posts on the Eating and Living Moderately Blog. We have created a “blog shelf” below to keep you entertained and educated. Get caught up on the latest nutrition education by clicking on each year […]

EALM Product Review: Garden Lites Muffins

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Laura’ reviews Garden Lites Carrot Berry Muffins in this installment of EALM’s Product Review. Check out what she has to say!

5 Tips for Welcoming Herbivores to the Holiday Feast

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If you are planning to host a dinner party this holiday season, rest assured, entertaining guests with multiple food sensitivities does not mean you need to toss out traditional or favorite Holiday foods. With a few modifications, many foods can be easily modified.

How to Get Your Nanny to Follow Your Food Style

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No matter the reasoning behind a special diet, leaving a child with a new caregiver or nanny can be a challenging experience that can cause worry for a parent. For this reason, the following ideas are offered to help you to teach your nanny the importance of following your child’s food style any time you leave your child in their care.

How Your Dinner Plate Can Affect Your Diet

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Beyond ingredients alone, parents need to think about the ways in which the environment impacts children’s associations with food. Eating off of dishes that we find aesthetically pleasing or comforting can set us up for a sense of satisfaction before even taking a bite off our plate – and the same goes for our children.