Tag: gluten

This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food News, June 20, 2014

In this week’s news: Having an off-again-on-again relationship with bread; debating the meaning of “natural” food; and naming as many Dr. Oz diet catchphrases as possible (it’s a “miracle!”). Hold the Gluten — or Make it Artisanal Only about one percent of the population has celiac disease, about six percent are gluten-intolerant and, according toRead more

This Week’s Nutrition News Feed

by in Food News, May 23, 2014

In this week’s news: Gluten isn’t the only culprit in town; carbs, however, aren’t getting any slack; and a chef serves up a side of food politics. Later, Gluten; Hello, FODMAPs Studies show that 30 percent of us would like to cut down on our gluten consumption. For many, this stems from the belief thatRead more

New Twists on Pasta (A Guide to Alternative Noodles)

by in Healthy Tips, September 19, 2013

Whether you’re looking for a gluten-free pasta, trying to eat more whole grains or experimenting with ancient grains, you can find alternative pastas lining market shelves. Here’s a guide.

Reading List: The Gluten-Free Hype, Massive Egg Recall and Heart-Healthy Chocolate

by in Food News, August 20, 2010

In this week’s nutrition news: Rare heirloom veggies up for auction, gulf seafood finally being thoroughly tested and the gluten-free fad

Reading List: Foods of the Future, Breast Milk Cheese & Raw Food Safety

by in Food News, March 12, 2010

In this week’s nutrition news: Soda taxes help shed pounds, how to choose the right nutrition expert and cheese made from breast milk — would you eat it?

Reading List: Gluten-Free Snack Explosion, Nuking Away Bacteria & Dannon's Misleading Claims

by in Food News, September 25, 2009

In this week’s nutrition news: A grocery store unveils colored-coded product labels, the USDA’s launches a farm-to-table initiative and Dannon settles lawsuit for claiming their probiotic drinks boost immunity.

In the News: The Fattest States, New Gluten-Free Products & More Milk Benefits

by in Food News, July 10, 2009

America’s heaviest states are ranked, warning on the hazards of hot dogs, General Mills releases a new line of gluten-free goods and drinking milk at breakfast will make you eat less later.

In the News: More Recalls, Soda Taxes & Over-the-Top Food Calories

by in Food News, June 26, 2009

From this week’s headlines: The scoop on Hasselbeck’s book lawsuit, more food recalls, prepping carrots for better health and 5 foods with unbelievably high calories.

5 New Supermarket Finds

by in Food News, Grocery Shopping, June 4, 2009

Attendees at the Greater New York Dietetics Association annual meeting don’t just discuss healthy foods — we eat them, too. This year, I found some great new products — many at your grocery store now.