Ochsner Health is a system that delivers health to the people of Louisiana, Mississippi and the Gulf South with a mission to Serve, Heal, Lead, Educate and Innovate.
In our culture, food is more than nutrition – it’s an obsession. Five minutes after lunch, we’re talking about dinner. And fortunately, Eat Fit is here to support your health and wellness journey while you enjoy your favorite foods; just look for the Eat Fit seal!
Molly Kimball, registered dietitian with Ochsner Fitness Center, set out to take the guesswork out of dining out healthfully, to make the healthy choice the easy choice.
In 2013, she collaborated with some of the most iconic restaurants in the New Orleans region to create Ochsner Eat Fit, a program that encourages chefs to offer nutritious, delicious meals for those who want to eat clean, watch their weight, and manage diabetes, blood pressure and cholesterol. Look for the Eat Fit seal on menus at your favorite restaurants.
Our goal is to empower the community to live their strongest, healthiest lives possible by providing easy-to-access real-world education, inspiration and resources on wellness and nutrition.
Click here to listen to Molly Kimball explain Ochsner Eat Fit and the Eat Fit Cookbook on The Food Show with Tom Fitzmorris.
Molly Kimball, Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Journalist, collaborated with award-winning chefs and restaurateurs to create crowd-pleasing, good-for-you recipes you can make at home.
Inspired by the talented bar staff of dozens of Eat Fit restaurant partners, these zero proof recipes surpass sugary mocktails and basic soda spritzers, proving that it’s truly possible to create remarkable, elevated drinks that are alcohol free with little or no added sugars.
Featuring more than 50 recipes, guides to barware, bitters, glassware and everything else you need to craft a fully sensorial cocktail, this book is an essential — and beautiful — resource for every home mixologist’s library.
Eat Fit has collaborated with researchers to publish research on the efficacy and impact of the Ochsner Eat Fit nonprofit restaurant initiative as well as the annual Alcohol Free For 40 challenge.