Tultex, unisex Ts are 90% cotton and available in XS to XXL via pre-order from March 15 to March 31. Ts will be ordered at the end of pre-sale and available 2-3 weeks after printing (mid to late April).
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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.
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.
Lisa Andrews helped our company administer a “Biggest Loser” weight loss competition. Several employees lost almost 20% of their body weight! She provided healthy recipes, coupons, and met with employees to discuss their individual needs. Lisa’s wealth of nutrition knowledge helped many of our employees change their lifestyle and improve their overall health. We loved working with her and would definitely make use of her expertise in the future!
- Nancy Myles, PHR, SHRM-CP-Human Resource Manager, Kadant Black Clawson
Lisa Andrews spoke at our manufacturing facility several times as part of our Wellness Program. Lisa was able to present nutrition in an easy to understand manner and gave great tips for easily packing a nutritious lunch and getting through the holidays without going overboard. Our employees greatly enjoyed Lisa’s presentations.
- Mary Kay Swadener, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Human Resource Manager
Lisa was wonderful to work with! She was thoughtful in her approach and shared her expertise around nutrition in an accessible and approachable way. She helped us create the curriculum and recipes for a pilot program, Culinary Camp. Her work strengthened the program and inspired kids to learn about cooking and make healthier choices.
- Michelle Stawicki, Design Impact, Social Innovation Specialist
I had Lisa speak to a group of company president’s and she kept it light while giving us great information. With so many strategies out there for diet and nutrition, she was able to make it concise and clear. She was well prepared for all of our Q&A. I recommend Lisa for your group or company.
- Joe Desch, OneTouchPoint
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I have to give my husband credit for this post. He's been doing an intense exercise program for the past 6 months and complained that he's "not getting any stronger" and wondered about how much protein he should be eating. Good question, I said! Protein is one of...read more
Click on the link to see my project grant with People's Liberty: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwkckBMX4es0dkdMOU5YTWNhMDg/view As a dietitian, I am profoundly passionate about issues surrounding food insecurity- the inability to have regular access to safe,...read more
Now that it's cool outside, you can kick the cold cereal to the curb. If you're tired of oatmeal, given quinoa for breakfast a try? I tend to have a lot of quinoa on hand from previous cooking demos. It’s a favorite grain for me because of its versatility and strong...read more
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As temperatures dip a little faster than we'd like, it's hard to get excited about cold cereal for breakfast. Why not try a bowl of hot cereal that will warm you from the inside out? There's so many to choose from oatmeal (regular & instant), cream of wheat, grits,...read more
I was on Fox 19 earlier with my buddy Kara Sewell talking about foods to include in your diet during treatment and recovery. The foods are great for anyone trying to "manage their waist". Start your day with whole oats and eggs. Oats are high in soluble fiber, which...read more
Part of my job as a dietitian is to dig into the latest research on what works and what doesn't for various diseases. Our curiosity for science is what makes most RDs, neRDs. Below is an interesting article on engineered proteins and their possible use in the fight...read more