Lisa C. Andrews, MEd, RD, LD

Sound Bites empowers individuals and groups to take charge of their health through balanced nutrition. Lisa Andrews, a seasoned dietitian, transforms overwhelming scientific nutrition information into consumer friendly, easy to follow “sound bites”.

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Individual Diet Counseling

Individual Diet Counseling

Let a Registered Dietitian give you the tools to make the right food choices.

Meal Planning

Tailor your meals to your personal lifestyle.

Grocery Store Tour

Hit the aisles with me and let me stock your pantry right!

Group Nutrition Lectures

Let Lisa improve the health and well-being of your staff!

Lisa Andrews is Nutrigirl!

I’ve paired my love of food, science and people by becoming a Registered Dietitian. My nickname Nutrigirl started about 20 years ago when I needed an email account. Having a painfully long, Italian last name didn’t lend well to an email address, and so Nutrigirl was born. I’d be lying if I said I am “mild mannered”. Outgoing by nature, my friends and clients know I’m not going to sugar coat my nutrition advice. With so much food and health information out there (good and bad), Nutrigirl is your nutrition hero. I’m here to provide sound, nutrition advice, while making sure you are enjoying your food! When I like a health article, recipe or nutrition-related advice, I will stamp it #Nutrigirlapproved.

Snickers

We knew after adopting Snickers in July, 2014 that she was no ordinary kitty. She is a tortoise cat and has “tortitude”. Snickers is a true foody and always in the kitchen at meal time. Despite her candy bar name, Snickers literally reaches for kale, spinach and broccoli when we’re prepping it. Snickers likes a challenge and will seek hydration from the sink, toilet or your water glass. If she likes what you’re making (or eating), she’ll give you the “high paw” and you know your recipe is #Snickersapproved.

Mediterranean Layer Dip!

This dip is a personal favorite.  You’ll be invited to more parties if you bring it!  This colorful appetizer is not only tasty, but healthy to boot.  A good source of fiber and protein, hummus is very versatile and vegan-friendly.  Chopped cucumbers, tomatoes and red...

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Holiday Waist Management

This time of year, no one wants to count calories.  But, the sad reality is that most Americans gain an average of one pound every year between Thanksgiving and New Years.  While that may not sound like a lot, that one pound is typically not lost and can add up over...

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Honey glazed ginger carrots

This holiday season, try something new that won’t wreck your waistline (like sweet potato casserole can).  Carrots are not only high in beta-carotene (a nutrient needed for healthy eyes and skin), they’re also a decent source of fiber and are naturally sweet.  Ginger...

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My best work

On the eve of Thanksgiving, I like to reflect on what I am most thankful for.  Like others, I am grateful for my spouse, who supports and tolerates my wacky consulting schedule, in addition to being a great dad. I'm thankful for my 2 healthy daughters that make me...

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Broccoli slaw and ham

I am a huge fan of broccoli slaw.  If you've never used it, it's a combination of shredded broccoli stalks, shredded carrots and red cabbage.  I can usually locate it in Kroger next to bagged salads or containers of snap peas.  I love the convenience, fresh taste and...

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What do dietitians eat?

We've all heard the adage "you are what you eat".  And as a Registered Dietitian, I obviously believe that our diets affects our health- both inside and out.  You can't outrun a bad diet, but you can get away with eating clean most days of the week and "cheating" here...

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Simple Indian Dal

This simple dish is a staple of Indian cuisine and is perfect for a cool, autumn day.  It is an excellent source of dietary fiber, potassium, protein, fiber and iron- a nutrient that is difficult to obtain in vegetarian diets.  Serve it over rice or with a loaf of...

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In your face!

November is National Healthy Skin Month.   Why not “feed your face” something good to look younger?  Below are some tips to keep your face (and body) young and healthy. Peel an orange. Oranges and grapefruit are in season now, so enjoy them while they last.  A recent...

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Brain Food

With the average age of Americans increasing, the risk of Alzheimer's may also go up. In individuals aged 75 to 84, one out of five has Alzheimer's. In those older than 85, the rate is two out of five. And like heart disease, you're stuck with some risk factors like...

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