Elizabeth Chatellier, RDN

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Elizabeth Chatellier, MA, RDN, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a voracious appetite! She earned a Master of Arts in Food Culture and Communications from the University of Gastronomic Sciences, associated with the international Slow Food movement and has American Dietetic Association certificates in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Weight Management. Elizabeth has worked as a personal chef for professional athletes, busy families, and single soldiers, and when she is not cooking up fabulous meals for herself in her kitchenette in Brooklyn, she is working as a public health nutritionist for the state of New York. Elizabeth believes the best way to watch what you E.A.T. is to: Embrace life, Amaze yourself, and Try everything! Please join her at the table on Instagram @elizabethchatellier.

Latest Posts by Elizabeth Chatellier, RDN

What is a Sustainable Food?

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A sustainable food is not something that can last in your pantry for what seems like forever, like say, perhaps a Twinkie or a jar of trans-fat laden peanut butter. A sustainable food sustains life. Sustainable agriculture is “an integrated
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Wild Oats Bean Dip Quesadillas

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Beans are one of the world’s healthiest and most versatile foods and make for a great dip that is even more scrumptious when made into a quesadilla! Beans are an inexpensive vegetarian protein source that is high in fiber and
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Are You Eating Enough Delicious “Umami” Foods?

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Umami is most recently added fifth taste sensation in the mouth. There are different ways we taste; our tongues can detect salt, sweet, sour, bitter and umami in the foods we eat. Not only is it fun to say the
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Three Easy Wild Oats Spiced Up Chicken Recipes

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Chicken breast is a lean protein, which means it’s low fat after the skin has been removed. Also, chicken is rich in vitamins B, B6, B12, C, D, E, niacin, and magnesium. Protein helps you feel fuller longer, and you
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Let’s Get Saucy! The Nutritional Benefits of Super Simple Tomato Sauce

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There are so many nourishing reasons to get saucy in the kitchen with super-star fruit tomatoes. Tomatoes are rich in fiber, Vitamin K, which helps heal wounds, and the B vitamins, Thiamin, Niacin, and Vitamin B6, which prevent that “run
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