10TV: Plant-based diet: How to Transition your Eating Habits
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness shares plant-based transition foods and ideas for meals and snacks with Karina Nova and Ross Caruso of WBNS 10TV. The green smoothie, black bean brownies, and cauliflower & walnut crumbles recipes are also featured in the segment.
10TV: Eating for Energy
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness shares foods which can increase our energy with Karina Nova and Ross Caruso of WBNS 10TV. The green smoothie and maca energy ball recipes are also featured in the segment.
10TV: National Egg Salad Week
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness shares with Karina Nova of WBNS 10TV how to use up leftover hard-boiled eggs in a delicious, mayo-free Avocado Egg Salad recipe.
Food & Nutrition Magazine: Food Evolution Film Review
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, LD of One Bite Wellness reviews recent film Food Evoltion.
The Diabetes Council: 24 Genius Ways To Keep Food Fresh Longer
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness shares tips on preventing food waste by preserving foods longer.
Sunny 95: Dino & Stacy Momcast – Healthy Eating Made Easy
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness is featured on Sunny 95, Dino & Stacy’s Momcast podcast discussing labeling terms, who needs to be on a gluten-free diet, and common nutrition myths.
10TV: National Eggnog Day
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, L.D. of One Bite Wellness is featured on WBNS 10TV’s morning show for National Eggnog Day, December 24th, to share two delicious, healthier eggnog recipes.
Simple Living Works! Podcast
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, LD. of One Bite Wellness is featured on Simple Living Works! about minimalism, simple living, and, of course, nutrition. Listen here
Fox 28: National Pack your Lunch Day
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, LD. of One Bite Wellness is featured on WTTE Fox 28’s Good Day Columbus for National Pack your Lunch Day to show the anchors how to plan ahead and create healthy lunches, including a veggie pizza!
Daily Burn: 8 Simple Apple Cider Vinegar Recipes to Boost Your Health
“Vinegar comes from Latin meaning ‘sour wine.’ For thousands of years, it has been used for its health and cleansing properties. Hippocrates found a variety of medicinal uses for it back in 400 B.C. And more recently, we have some scientific studies pointing to apple cider vinegar improving insulin resistance,” says Adrienne Raimo, RD, a holistic health and wellness coach at One Bite Wellness in Columbus,OH.
10TV: International Hot & Spicy Food Day
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, LD. of One Bite Wellness is featured on the WBNS 10tv for International Hot & Spicy Day, discussing benefits of spices & chili as well as demos on 5-Spice Hot Choffee, Spicy Cowgirl Salsa, and delicious Indian food.
Redbook: 15 Foods You Better Be Eating If You Want Flat Abs
“For weight loss, eating better is more effective than exercise alone. About 70 perfect of the way you look and feel is related to what you eat. You can log hours on a treadmill, but you can’t outrun a bad diet,” says Adrienne Raimo, R.D., a holistic health and wellness coach at One Bite Wellness in Columbus, Ohio.
Spoon University: The Best Time to Eat Lunch, According to a Dietitian
“I talked with Registered Dietitian, Adrienne Raimo, to get her advice on the best time of day to eat lunch. She says the best time to have lunch should depend on the individual’s schedule and hunger level. Raimo says that a good time to take a break during the day is around 12, but really, whenever one has free time is best. She says it’s good to take a break when possible to allow the body to focus on digestion.”
National Hot & Spicy Day
Adrienne Raimo, RDN, LD. of One Bite Wellness is featured on the WBNS 10tv website about hot and spicy foods as well as their benefits.
The Truth about Organic – Therese Paul radio interview October 2015
7 Fall-Themed & Healthy Dishes You Need to Try
15 Gluten-Free Takes on Classic Comfort Foods
5 Facebook Mistakes Every Dieter Makes
Everything You Need Know About Juicing- One Bite Wellness “Juicy Sunrise”
How Many Calories Do These 10 Food Swaps Actually Save You?
“Small changes are more sustainable—and therefore more effective—than large, sweeping changes that leave you feeling deprived,” says Adrienne Raimo, R.D., a holistic health and wellness coach at One Bite Wellness in Columbus, Ohio.
And these other news websites: New York Post http://nypost.com/2015/08/04/how-many-calories-do-these-food-swaps-actually-save-you/ and http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/pain-free-food-swaps-that-actually-taste-good/story-fneuzkvr-1227471303134
Life & Beauty Weekly: Be a Better Person — Starting Today
Before you can be bighearted towards others, you have to do what certified health and wellness coach and registered dietician Adrienne Raimo calls “filling your pitcher” first. “This means taking care of yourself and your body,” says Raimo. “To be the best you can be, do your best to eat well, exercise and reduce stress. Otherwise, you’ll feel depleted.”
6 Hidden Ingredients in Foods You Probably Eat All the Time
Adrienne Raimo, RD from One Bite Wellness discusses where to find hidden ingredients in your food on Her Campus
Adrienne Raimo, RD on Fox 28 Columbus
Adrienne Raimo, RD from One Bite Wellness discusses the best foods to help fight belly fat. On-air personalities are Maria Durant and Adam Slinger from WTTE-TV (Columbus, OH)/Good Day Columbus.
GDC: Stay Fit In 2015
One Bite Wellness is featured on the FOX 28 & Good Day Columbus’ website about foods that can help fight belly fat
The Columbus Dispatch: Health benefits of whole grains found in everything from amaranth to wheat berries
“There is a common misconception that eating processed products made from whole grains is the same as eating whole grains,” said Adrienne Raimo, a registered dietitian and holistic health and wellness coach who practices in Columbus.
8 foods that look like body parts
Have you noticed that certain foods look like body parts? Some foods both resemble and nourish specific organs. Ancient herbalists who observed nature believed the appearance of natural things gave clues to its virtues. This “doctrine of signatures,” as it was called, has been lost in today’s smorgasbord of studies, but some food gurus say the concept is not all bananas. Nutritionist Adrienne Raimo of One Bite Wellness tells us why oranges can be such great supporters of breast health.
One Bite Wellness on Good Day Columbus
Adrienne Raimo, RD from One Bite Wellness discusses best practices for sticking with new year health goals. On-air personalities are Maria Durant and Adam Slinger from WSYX-TV (Columbus, OH).
GDC: Stay Fit In 2015
One Bite Wellness is featured on the FOX 28 & Good Day Columbus’ website about staying healthy and fit in 2015
How Much Protein You REALLY Need (& How to Get It)
Adrienne Raimo, RD from One Bite Wellness discusses how protein needs differ from person to person on Her Campus
The One Thing Top Nutrition Experts Do to Stay Healthy During the Holidays
Adrienne Raimo, RD, and Founder & Director of One Bite Wellness discusses her favorite holiday eating tip on The Greatist
The Columbus Dispatch: Plenty of non-dairy foods can boost bones
Adults should take in at least 1,000 milligrams of calcium a day, and the recommendation jumps to 1,200 for women older than 50, according to the National Institutes of Health. (Food labels that tell you what percentage you’re consuming are based on 1,000 milligrams.)
“Most people can get it through their diets, especially if they’re mindful and careful about it (and not) kind of eating a junk-food vegan diet,” said dietitian Adrienne Raimo of One Bite Wellness in Columbus.
One of the most bountiful sources is greens, particularly hearty greens that don’t always lend themselves easily to tossed salads but can be cooked and eaten as side dishes or as an ingredient in casseroles and other foods.
The Columbus Dispatch: Weight, nutrition goals should be realistic
“One thing that many people do is set weight-loss goals that are unattainable,” said Adrienne Raimo, a registered dietitian-nutritionist and owner of One Bite Wellness, a personalized nutrition service in central Ohio.
Most people should aim to lose about 2 pounds a week. It’s possible to lose more, but people usually will hit a plateau, Raimo said.
Columbus Dispatch: Listing calories alone not enough to sway diners
Adrienne Raimo, RDN of One Bite Wellness is interviewed on calorie counts and what that might mean to restaurant diners’ choices.
Beliefnet: How do I Love me? More Suggestions from Pros 2014 part 3
Adrienne Raimo talks self-care with Daylle Deanne Schwartz.
WCPO Cincinnati: 9 heart healthy super foods