Molly in the Media
See below for examples of articles I've been featured in. Please reach out if you think I'd be a good fit for one of your articles or blog posts!
sample vegan meal plan, for verywell.com
I created the meal plan for day #5, but I recommend taking a look at all 7 days to get a better handle on what a week in the life of a healthy vegan can look like.
Gout Diet: Foods That Can Help You Control Gout
Gout, a type of arthritis, can cause sudden, painful attacks. I describe dietary interventions to help prevent gout flares in this article by Lainey Younkin, MS RD.
What your brain is thinking when you're hangry, for verywell.com
Learn about the science of getting "hangry"-- in words that you don't have to be a scientist to figure out.
Dietary Guidelines for Americans on WCBV news Boston
Click to learn what's changed in the newest Dietary Guidelines for Americans and how to build yourself a healthy plate. I appear at the 0:45 mark.
amazing avocado recipes, reader's digesT
16 delicious avocado recipes from RD's around the country. Mine are featured first and second, but don't stop scrolling there-- these other ones are so creative and sound so delicious!
20 Savory Pumpkin Recipes you'll Want to Make for the Holidays, reader's digest
Check out my pumpkin alfredo penne pasta. But then keep reading to find some more drool-worthy recipes including pumpkin cornbread and pumpkin falafels.
What is a Complex Carbohydrate? for eating well
In this article, I discuss my first true love-- carbs! They sometimes get a bad reputation, but there are certain types of carbohydrates that have major health benefits.
Breakfast Smoothies to Kickstart Your Day, for Restonic
It's no secret that I love pumpkin. In this article, I provide a recipe for my go-to pumpkin smoothie, as well as the base recipe for just about all my smoothies.
The 5 Best Dishes to Order at Panda Express, for Women's Health
Tips for when you're in a pinch and have no choice but the mall food court. These tips can apply to more than just Panda Express and can actually help when dining out in many situations.
Food for Thought
The following are articles that I did not participate in, but would highly recommend readers to check out.
The 7 Worst Eating Tips Dietitians Want You to Forget: http://blog.myfitnesspal.com/7-worst-eating-tips-dietitians-want-forget/
This article tackles some of my favorite myths to bust, including the lack of beans in the Whole30 diet and the health halo surrounding gluten free foods. Plus the advice comes from two of my friends and colleagues Georgia and Rebecca, so what's not to love?!
This Type of Non-Dairy Milk is the Healthiest, Study Says: http://time.com/5125580/soy-milk-healthiest-plant-based/
There's a reason why you see me using soy milk in my coffee and in many of my recipes. I've always considered soy milk the best alternative to cow's milk because of its comparable protein content and polyunsaturated fats. With any milk substitute, its important to look for the unsweetened version since many of them are full of added sugar. Food allergies should also be considered.
The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating Right: http://www.grubstreet.com/2018/03/ultimate-conversation-on-healthy-eating-and-nutrition.html
I started reading this article and just continued to think over and over, "I'm so glad somebody wrote this". It answers so many questions about popular diets, nutrition misconceptions, and what a healthy diet really is (spoiler alert-- it includes lots of plants).