Soolman Nutrition
January 2014
Discussing New Year's Resolutions is so three weeks ago.  However, because many resolutions are already starting to fall apart, we are dedicating this month's "He Said, She Said" section to why our resolutions tend to fail us and what we can do about it.

If you resolved to eat differently in 2014 but you are having difficulty making or sustaining change, come see us.  Remember, we are here to offer you supportive and nonjudgmental guidance.



Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner

"I Am Not Someone Who Eats Flowers"


At that moment, I was standing in the produce section in front of a package of edible flowers.  My hesitation reminded me, "I am not someone who eats flowers."  Read More 

Be Your Own Best Friend


Would any of us talk to our best friends the way we talk to ourselves?   Read More  

How Should You Measure Your Health?


Just because gaining access to a scale and stepping on it are actions that most people can perform does not mean that the resulting data are automatically useful.  Read More 

He Said, She Said: New Year's Resolutions


You already know that New Year's resolutions do not typically last, but you have not yet heard our opinions as to why and what you can do about it.
He Said


A few weeks is not yet enough time for most New Year's resolutions to have fallen apart, but if past statistics are any indication, only 8% of us will have been successful in achieving our resolutions.  The poor rate of conversion from resolution to reality is partly due to the goals themselves, as Joanne will discuss below, but being honest with ourselves about how ready we are for change is of utmost importance, too. 


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She Said


Mid-January through the beginning of February is a tricky time for many of my patients.  Their motivation for keeping all of their nutrition resolutions is starting to dwindle, and many people feel like they have failed in one way or another.  What I often find is that many of my patients had set the bar too high in terms of nutrition goals.  They expect too much from themselves and have no other option than to not meet their goals.  Most of these goals are so overly ambitious that it would be very difficult for almost anyone to follow through with them.

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Recipe of the Month
Courtesy of Cooking Light's 5-Ingredient 15-Minute Cookbook

Pan-Glazed Chicken with Bassil

* 4 4-oz. skinned, boned chicken breast halves 

* 1/4 tsp freshly-ground pepper 


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The Local, Wellesley  

To celebrate Jonah's birthday, we decided to venture out to The Local, a restaurant that just opened up in Wellesley last November . . . Read More
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