Sarah Morland, RD

Registered Dietitian

Sarah (BSc, RD) is an Edmonton-based registered dietitian and blogger for Nourish Move Thrive. She believes that food should nourish both the body and soul, and that physical activity should be fun. She enjoys debunking nutrition myths and translating scientific evidence into practical advice.

More from Sarah Morland, RD

  • April 2, 2019

    Breaking Up with Diet Culture: Are You Stuck in the ...

    After years of trying the latest fad diets and feeling frustrated, you’ve decided it’s time for a change. You’re choosing nutritious foods and trying to listen to your hunger and fullness signals. You’re trying not to focus on the number on the scale. But while you may not be following a specific diet plan, you still feel a sense of anxiety about food, nutrition and health. What gives?
  • December 18, 2018

    Decoding Nutrition Buzzwords

    With the approach of the New Year and thoughts of resolutions and diet overhauls, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by marketing schemes promoting the latest nutrition cure-all. By paying attention to some of the trendy nutrition buzzwords, you can avoid getting caught up in the hype, and instead focus on sustainable, evidence-based nutrition tips.
  • December 4, 2018

    Five Tips for Eating Intuitively During the Holidays

    Does the idea of attending holiday events and having no control over the food available seem daunting? If so, you’re not alone. Instead of letting food rules get in the way of celebrating, try using these five tips for eating intuitively during the holiday season. 
  • October 16, 2018

    Five Nutrition Myths That are More Fad Than Fact

    Once upon a time, fat was made out to be public enemy number 1. Now, carbohydrates are on the hot seat. In the face of so much conflicting nutrition information, it can be difficult to separate fad from fact. This month, a registered dietitian does the legwork for you by busting five popular nutrition myths.
  • October 2, 2018

    Are Lectins the New Gluten?

    If you’ve been keeping up with nutrition trends, you might have noticed that plant foods, such as pulses and whole grains, have been the target of some serious food bashing. Typically seen as nutrient powerhouses, these foods are being accused of causing weight gain and chronic disease because they contain a protein called lectin. But does the science stack up? 

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