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Nutrition News: Addictive Foods, the Taste of Fat and a Peanut Allergy Switcheroo

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 27, 2015


In this week’s news: Pizza and fries may really be addictive (it’s not just you); fat may be a basic taste; and the medical community does a 180 on its approach to peanut allergies.

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Time for Turmeric: Heat Things Up With This Antioxidant-Rich Spice

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 26, 2015


It offers amazing flavor, naturally bright color and a slew of health benefits! We could all use a little more turmeric.

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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner with Ellie Krieger

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 23, 2015


In honor of American Heart Month, we sat down with dietitian Ellie Krieger, in partnership with Campbell Soup Company, to discuss the importance of leading a heart-healthy lifestyle. The cookbook author gave us a peek into her daily eating and fitness routine.

For someone who is constantly around food, Ellie knows the importance of not overindulging, “I’ll try to plan recipe testing around lunch, and I do try to just have a few tastes if I’m making multiple recipes and try not to have full servings of food,” she says. “Fortunately, I’m cooking my food so it lends itself to not weighing you down. If I was testing cookies all day, it would be hard.” But it’s not just about nutrition, she notes: “Being active, working out, is my ticket to physical well-being and sanity. You know how people are hardcore? I’m softcore. But I like to sweat and push myself. I love vinyasa yoga, and I love to be outside, biking around Central Park or hiking. I’m much more of a jogger than a runner, but I’m getting my heart rate up and I’m feeling good.”
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Coconut, Almond, Soy or Hemp? Your Guide to Dairy Alternatives

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 22, 2015


On February 17, 2015, Starbucks stores began to offer Single Origin Sumatra Coconut Milk for use in their hot and iced bevvies. According to a spokesperson for the coffee giant, there’s been high demand for a dairy- and soy-free option. In fact, it’s the second most-requested customer idea of all time from the brand’s idea blog page. With more and more people opting for replacements for milk that are dairy- and soy-free, which one should you choose?

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Nutrition News: FODMAPs, Cholesterol and Healthy Restaurant Tips

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 20, 2015


In this week’s news: FODMAPs get impugned; cholesterol gets exonerated; and these clever strategies could get diners through a restaurant meal in good shape. Read more

Nutrition News: Hot Chile Peppers, Great Organics and Fake Supplements

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 13, 2015


In this nutrition week’s news: Chile peppers may get hot with dieters; organic foods are linked to lower pesticide exposure; and buyer beware of herbal supplements barren of herbs.

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This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, February 6, 2015


In this week’s news: New findings about sugar and diabetes are not so sweet; vitamin drinks may do more harm than good; weight training could prevent your weight from yo-yoing.

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Chatting with Marla Heller: Author of the DASH Diet Books

by in Diets & Weight Loss, Food and Nutrition Experts, January 31, 2015


Each year, U.S. News evaluates and ranks 35 diets with input from a panel of health experts. This year, the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Diet snagged the top spot yet again. In order to be top-ranked, the diet must be easy to follow, nutritious, safe and effective for weight loss and help protect against heart disease and diabetes. To get the real deal on the DASH Diet, I spoke to Marla Heller, MS, RDN, a New York Times best-selling author of The DASH Diet Action Plan, The DASH Diet Weight Loss Solution, The Everyday DASH Diet Cookbook and The DASH Diet Younger You.

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This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, January 30, 2015


In this week’s news: Organic milk may not be all that; a paltry few of us follow proper poultry protocol; working out may benefit your brain as well as your abs.

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This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food and Nutrition Experts, January 23, 2015


In this week’s news: Diet may be key to diabetes prevention for women; pizza constitutes a staggering percentage of kids’ caloric intake; the guidance on salt for older adults gets a bit grainier.

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