Summer’s Bounty: Sweet Yellow Corn

Part of what makes summer so fun is the fresh produce we can purchase this time of year. One of those is fresh corn on the cob. It is high in fiber, reasonable in carbohydrate, and is generally liked by the whole family. But most of all, it is the symbolism that it is a part of the mid-to-late summer than we all enjoy! Here are the nutrients from one ear of Sweet Yellow Corn: Continue reading Summer’s Bounty: Sweet Yellow Corn

500 Fewer Calories a Day to See the Pounds Melt Away

By Rita Larsen, RDN; Elite Sports Clubs Nutrition Educator & Diet Counselor

Many people go after weight loss as though they can’t eat anything at all. Many individuals will cut their calories in half or more just to establish a quick response and to ensure the process. Often times though, they just end up getting hungry, tired, and give up. Continue reading 500 Fewer Calories a Day to See the Pounds Melt Away

Black Bean Dip with Fresh Lime & Homemade Pita Chips Recipe

By Rita Larsen, RD, CD; Elite Sports Clubs Nutrition Educator & Diet Counselor

Getting a little tired of chips and salsa or guacamole at your family picnics or Brewers tailgate parties? Maybe it’s about time you tried this simple black bean dip recipe. Take it a step further with homemade pita chips to really “wow” your family and friends with your awesome healthy cooking skills. Continue reading Black Bean Dip with Fresh Lime & Homemade Pita Chips Recipe

Spicy White Bean Dip Recipe

By Rita Larsen, RD; Elite Sports Clubs Dietitian & Nutrition Counselor

Spicy White Bean Dip Elite Sports Clubs Recipe

Here’s a great dip recipe to bring to a Packer party or other Fall gatherings! It’s grain and dairy free, so it can easily accommodate some of the most common dietary restrictions these days. What’s your go-to party platter or side? Do you try to change up your recipes to be allergy and intolerance-friendly? Continue reading Spicy White Bean Dip Recipe