Soolman Nutrition
November 2014

Much is made of holiday eating and weight. We are cautioned to be wary of the former, for the extent to which we partake in it will surely influence the latter.


Such assumptions, though, are off base and reflect misunderstandings regarding the complexities of weight regulation in general and the influence that a relatively small amount of eating will have. Although it was years ago that I wrote the piece to which I just linked, the message is still very much true and worth remembering today. 


Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Safe travels and enjoy the holiday. 



Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner

Doctors' Views on Weight and Weight Loss


Jonah recently attended the Cardiometabolic Health Congress. You won't believe what he heard. Read More  

He Said, She Said: Thanksgiving and Exercise


We recently spotted this advertisement outside the Wellesley Boston Sports Club:

"Join now or think salad for the holidays.

"Gobble up our special rates and enjoy your holiday helpings without the guilt."

He Said


The ad may be sort of tongue-in-cheek, but make no mistake, the company is banking on their ad triggering fears, stereotypes, misunderstandings, and stigmas that many of us hold. 


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She Said


Many of my patients with eating disorders feel like the only way they can allow themselves to eat is by burning it off in the gym. This behavior is symptomatic of an eating disorder called exercise bulimia.

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Earlier this month, Jonah returned to the annual wellness fair at Sun Life Financial and provided free nutrition education for the employees.


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Recipe of the Month
Cooked Cranberry-Orange Relish

Recipe is courtesy of Karen Levy, who adapted it from the New York Times Cookbook.



* 1 pound raw cranberries, picked over and washed
* 2 cups sugar
* 1 cup orange juice
* 3 Tbsp Grand Marnier liqueur
* 2 tsp grated orange rind
* 1/2 cup slivered blanched almonds

1) Combine all the ingredients, except the almonds, in a saucepan and cook until the cranberries pop open, about 10 minutes.

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