What nutritionists eat every day to maintain a healthy weight

[NBC News, 1/8/19]  Ever wonder how and what nutrition experts eat? It’s not one-size fits all. Here’s a look at four vastly different, but healthy daily routines.

If you think all registered dietitians — the credentialed pros responsible for doling out food and nutrition information — eat the same, you might be in for a surprise. Below is a peek at what four different RDs eat on a typical day, proving yet again that nutrition isn’t one size fits all.

THE PROTEIN AND FIBER WORSHIPPER
Here’s a sneak peek into my daily diet:

Pre-breakfast: Coffee with a scoop of collagen powder and 2 percent milk

I’m intrigued by research suggesting some benefit to tendons, joints, and skin by supplementing with collagen powder. While the science is early and inconclusive, the potential upside (less pain and stiffness, more youthful skin) is enough to sway me.

Breakfast: Smoothie

Fruit (such as mango, blueberries, or cherries), blended with fresh baby spinach, a healthy fat (such as tahini, chia seeds, or avocado), and a sprinkle of antioxidant-rich spices, such as cinnamon or ginger.

I don’t eat breakfast until a few hours after I wake up, but when I do, I want to fill up. I love starting my day knowing that I’ve already scored several servings of produce because it gives me a sense of accomplishment. Plus, a smoothie is a balanced meal that keeps me satisfied, energized, and focused……..

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