Food Trends: Is the Future of Food Drinkable Nutrients?

I just returned from the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo where registered dietitians have a chance to get some of their continuing education requirements met and also learn about new foods and products coming into the market. It’s … Continue reading

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Common Sense Goes Back to School

Two words I hear often, “Fear sells”. Is fear guiding your food choices? Whether it is an environmental issue, a political topic, or the safety of our food supply, fear-mongering has become a common technique used to sway you into … Continue reading

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Down and Dirty for Heart Month

You hear a lot in the news about “eating clean”, going “plant-based”, and avoiding “chemicals” in your diet. Well, here’s the thing, food IS chemistry. We eat chemicals. We are made of chemicals. They aren’t all scary. Nutrition Facts Instead … Continue reading

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New Year, No Fools

I began this blog to help consumers distinguish nutrition myth from fact. There continues to be no shortage of nutrition myths out there as well as bad dietary advice. To start off the year right I’m offering up the facts … Continue reading

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Fancy Junk: Tricking You into Healthier

I really don’t enjoy grocery shopping anymore. In part, it’s the routine of it, but also the frustration of finding items I need while being overwhelmed by seeing so many choices in the grocery isles. Some of the extra choices … Continue reading

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We Went, Saw, Tasted, Heard: Now We Decide

This year, 10,400 registered dietitians, registered diet technicians and students (along with certified personal trainers, food scientists, and others), went to Boston to participate in the annual conference called FNCE® (food, nutrition conference and expo). I didn’t get much sleep … Continue reading

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Food Bans Don’t Add up to Health

There’s absolutely no question that eating a balanced diet, and maintaining a healthy weight is good for your health. There’s also no question that there are no guarantees in life. Even if there’s not one more bit of nutrition or … Continue reading

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