Soolman Nutrition
August 2014
Inspired by a slew of recent new patients who were consuming way more protein than their bodies required, we have written this month's He Said, She Said section on protein needs and why so much misinformation is circulating on the subject.

Cutting down on protein to more appropriate levels creates room for more balanced eating, as illustrated in this month's recipe from our friends at Healthy Habits Kitchen. They provide nutritious meal kits made from scratch, delivered straight to your door, and ready to be cooked, so you can make a convenient, quick dinner at home. You can also pick up meals at their kitchen located at 36 Washington Street in Wellesley.

If you would like to try them out, wait until September 2nd when they return from vacation, and then use the discount code SOOLMAN at checkout to receive $10.00 off your first order (discount expires on 9/15/14). Then let us and them know what you think!



Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner

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He Said, She Said: Protein


Why are we as a society seemingly obsessed with protein, and how much do we really need?
He Said


Most Americans get more than enough protein. So why is it then that we routinely see patients who are feeding themselves as much protein as a hospitalized third-degree burn victim? 


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She Said


In my work with those struggling with eating disorders, it seems as if protein can do no wrong. Nine times out of 10, my patients find protein to be much more benign than carbohydrate or fat. The logic behind this assumption is flawed for a few reasons.

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Recipe of the Month
Quinoa Salad with Toasted Pistachios and Dried Pineapple

This recipe is courtesy of Healthy Habits Kitchen.


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