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Madeline Basler, RDN, CDN

Madeline Basler MS, RDN, CDN, is a culinary registered dietitian nutritionist, writer, and owner of Real You Nutrition, an integrative nutrition therapy, recipe development and consulting practice, in Long Island, New York. Madeline has won awards for her writing, and a culinary scholarship, is an avid cook, and fitness enthusiast. Read her blog and connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.

 

 

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Posts by Madeline Basler, RDN, CDN

A Pie Dish That’s Equal Parts Form and Function

A Pie Dish That’s Equal Parts Form and Function

I felt like a kid at Christmas opening the package that contained an Emile Henry pie dish! “Wow, beautiful. What should I make?” I asked myself.
Diagnosed with High Triglycerides? Why Fish and Supplements Need to Be Part of Your Diet

Diagnosed with High Triglycerides? Why Fish and Supplements Need to Be Part of Your Diet

If your doctor has told you your triglycerides are too high, consider taking a fish oil supplement. Why? Consuming omega-3 fatty acids has been shown to lower triglycerides … not to mention promote heart health, reduce mental decline with aging and reduce overall mortality.
Easter Means Homemade Manicotti

Easter Means Homemade Manicotti

Now a tradition in my family for almost 40 years, my children and I prepare homemade manicotti — melt-in-your-mouth pillows of cheesy deliciousness and share love and memories of Easters past.
Tuscan Ribollita Brings Me Back

Tuscan Ribollita Brings Me Back

While studying abroad in Italy, I became obsessed with this Tuscan Ribollita soup recipe. If you can find the key ingredient, Toscana kale (also called "cavolo nero"), try it and find yourself transported to Florence.
Green Cabbage and White Bean Soup

Green Cabbage and White Bean Soup

What to make with green cabbage? Cole slaw, stuffed cabbage, stir fry? No thanks. Cabbage tart? Yuck! Finally, I came across a baked white bean with cabbage soup made with the rind from Parmesan cheese. Score!