Lindsay Norrod

Lindsay is a registered dietitian and health coach for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. Despite a busy work and graduate school schedule, it’s her goal lead a healthy lifestyle by way of regular exercise and healthy eating and to share that passion with others. In her free time, she cheers for her beloved Spartans (GO GREEN!) as well as Detroit sports teams.
Food and Recipes

Bite This, Not That: 4 Easy Healthy Food Swaps

You don’t have to give up your favorite foods to watch calories, just swap them with something a little better for you.

food swaps

The Silent Killer: Six Things You Need to Know

There seems to be a lot of mystery and uncertainty surrounding hypertension. Here's what you should know.

Food and Recipes

Flushing out the detox myths

The Gwyneth Paltrow detox, the Martha’s Vineyard detox, the Master Cleanse…do these sound familiar? It’s hard not to recognize these types of "diets"

Food and Recipes

That’s right, we want you to enjoy the taste of eating right

Every year in March the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics promotes National Nutrition Month, a campaign urging Americans to improve their eating habits.

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