About Diana Cullum-Dugan, RDN, LDN

Diana Cullum-Dugan, registered dietitian, nutrition therapist and yoga teacher in private practice since 2007, emphasizes a partnership with clients and supports them through exploration of triggers and unconscious behaviors to identify deep-seated patterns that do not align with their internal and conscious goals. Diana recognizes strengths, goals, frustrations, and needs of her clients. Through this, she guides clients to discover their own innate ability to create balance and harmony at every level of their being and to establish realistic expectations and goals based on their own understanding of their needs. In that effort, the change they seek begins to happen.

Avocado – a Fruit to Enjoy!

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If you eat a whole avocado with orange-colored tomato sauce or raw carrots, the absorption of carotenoids, plant pigments that convert to vitamin A, is enhanced. Continue reading

Summertime is Bean Time

Pinto bean salad

Beans can make up a good part of a vegetarian’s diet yet now that it’s summer, we often forget about them. Typically we allocate beans as the protein in soups, chili and creamy, hardy dips, and lose sight of how delicious they are chilled in hot weather dishes. Continue reading

Healthy vegetarian travels

Yogurt

Dialing up our weekly call, Suzy client laments, “I’m on a plane so much this week, how am I supposed to feel good about my body?”  Having more frequent flyer miles than a pilot, she knows full well the effects … Continue reading

Beans by any other name are cancer fighters

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Eating beans everyday can reduce your risk for breast cancer. Learn how this small addition to your daily diet can keep you healthy. Continue reading

Happiness Begins with Veggies!

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Recent research says that Vegetarians are happier than the rest of the population. They have less anxiety, depression, and stress. Continue reading