Drinking for Two

Drinking for Two

Nutritious Mocktails for the Mom-To-Be

Diana Licalzi, MS, RDN, Kerry Jane Criss, MS, RDN, BLUE STAR PRESS

$11.99

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Selected as one of Food Network's "Best Healthy Cookbooks of 2019" and as a "favorite must-read" by The Bump, Drinking for Two is perfect for pregnant women, the health conscious new mom, or any woman just trying to stay healthy. It also makes a great baby shower or pregnancy gift!

This mocktail recipe book features 45+ delicious, plant-based recipes carefully crafted to deliver essential nutrients and antioxidants, and target common pregnancy symptoms, all leading to a healthy pregnancy.

With recipes for flat, bubbly, apres-dinner, and warm comfort drinks, registered dietitians Diana Licalzi and Kerry Criss carefully developed and tested each mocktail to include whole foods and all-natural sweeteners. Quick-to-prepare recipes (including many that are gluten free!) feature plant-based and everyday ingredients that are healthy for mom and baby, accompanied by notes to highlight the benefits of various ingredients with respect to common pregnancy symptoms like nausea and swelling. The book also features other valuable nutrition information to help women modify their diets and stay healthy throughout their pregnancy.

Recipes include:
    No Way Rose
    Mocktail Mule
    Ging-osa
    Virgin Mary
    Sour Mock-a-rita
    ...and many more<


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Diana Licalzi, MS, RDN:
Kerry Jane Criss worked in an academic research lab at the University of Delaware for more than six years studying the effects of alcohol exposure on the developing brain. After completing a master's degree in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2013, she decided to pursue her passion for nutrition and desire to work in healthcare by transitioning into dietetics. Kerry earned a second master's degree in Nutrition Epidemiology from the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy in 2017. She completed her dietetic internship in June 2019 and became a Registered Dietitian. As a dietitian, she hopes to apply nutrition in the context of fertility, obstetrics, and women's health.

Diana Licalzi is a Boston-based Registered Dietitian and nationally-recognized food and nutrition expert. She completed her Master's in Nutrition Science from Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition & Policy and is currently pursuing her Certification as a Diabetes Educator (CDE). Diana owns and operates a private practice where she provides nutrition consultations in both English and Spanish. Originally from Puerto Rico, Diana is also dedicated to helping the Hispanic community meet their nutrition and health goals through her work in the diabetes community. Diana has been featured in major publications including Women's Health, Reader's Digest, InsideTracker, and HealthiNation.


Kerry Jane Criss worked in an academic research lab at the University of Delaware for more than six years studying the effects of alcohol exposure on the developing brain. After completing a master's degree in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2013, she decided to pursue her passion for nutrition and desire to work in healthcare by transitioning into dietetics. Kerry earned a second master's degree in Nutrition Epidemiology from the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy in 2017. She completed her dietetic internship in June 2019 and became a Registered Dietitian. As a dietitian, she hopes to apply nutrition in the context of fertility, obstetrics, and women's health.

Diana Licalzi is a Boston-based Registered Dietitian and nationally-recognized food and nutrition expert. She completed her Master's in Nutrition Science from Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition & Policy and is currently pursuing her Certification as a Diabetes Educator (CDE). Diana owns and operates a private practice where she provides nutrition consultations in both English and Spanish. Originally from Puerto Rico, Diana is also dedicated to helping the Hispanic community meet their nutrition and health goals through her work in the diabetes community. Diana has been featured in major publications including Women's Health, Reader's Digest, InsideTracker, and HealthiNation.


Kerry Jane Criss worked in an academic research lab at the University of Delaware for more than six years studying the effects of alcohol exposure on the developing brain. After completing a master's degree in Behavioral Neuroscience in 2013, she decided to pursue her passion for nutrition and desire to work in healthcare by transitioning into dietetics. Kerry earned a second master's degree in Nutrition Epidemiology from the Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science & Policy in 2017. She completed her dietetic internship in June 2019 and became a Registered Dietitian. As a dietitian, she hopes to apply nutrition in the context of fertility, obstetrics, and women's health.

Diana Licalzi became a Registered Dietitian after completing a Dietetic Internship at UC San Diego Health. She also earned her master's degree in Nutrition Science and Policy from The Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition, the only graduate and professional school of nutrition in North America. In 2017, Diana officially launched The Health Quest, a nutritional platform where people interested in a healthy lifestyle can go to for education, personalized nutrition counseling, recipes and consumer tips. Diana's recipes and tips have been featured in Women's Health magazine. The mission of The Health Quest mission is to continue to spread nutritional education, promote healthy eating habits, and advocate for environmental sustainability.

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