coffee

Blog entry | Jul 12 2017

Holy coffee, Batman! Guess what’s been the highlight of nutrition news this week? Yup, it’s coffee.

Blog entry | May 24 2017

From banana flour to quinoa flour, it can be hard to keep up with all these new, trendy flours. Sorting out the potential cooking, baking and health benefits they all offer can be overwhelming.

Blog entry | May 11 2017

Java enthusiasts rejoice!

Blog entry | Mar 27 2017

Humans have a long-lasting love affair with caffeine.

Blog entry | Mar 15 2017

Caffeine is naturally found in many foods and beverages; along with coffee and tea, it’s also found in cocoa, kola nuts, guarana, yerba mate, and more than 60 other leaves, seeds, and/or fruits.

Blog entry | Jan 18 2017

Aging in humans is often accompanied by chronic, low-grade inflammation.

Blog entry | Dec 14 2016

Being a nutrition major, dietetic intern, and someone who must eat to survive (hey, that’s you too), it’s safe to say that food is a huge part of my life. I also love the holidays and gift giving.

Blog entry | Oct 13 2016

The very first time I got a latte, I had no idea what I was ordering. There was just a special on caramel lattes, it sounded good, and so I figured, “Why not?”

Blog entry | Jun 16 2016

Every weekend morning for a span of my childhood, my grandma and grandpa, living on the street behind me, would open their house and brew coffee.

Blog entry | Jun 15 2016

Our favorite morning beverage and afternoon pick-me-up was evaluated for how it impacts the risk of cancer in people. Well, good news!

Blog entry | Jun 15 2016

A vast body of information and research has grown regarding cancer. But for several decades, the illness was at best a mystery.

Blog entry | Jun 07 2016

Coffee is the most important part of my diet, immediately following all the essential nutrients. In the past year, I have upgraded to pour over in the mornings and cold brew on hot days.

Blog entry | Apr 06 2016

We're wrapping up Caffeine Awareness Month with one last post: How we get our buzz!

Blog entry | Mar 30 2016

While thumbing through a number of articles and recent publications, as well as speaking with experts on the topic, I thought it would be a nice touch to share with you a few things I learned this

Blog entry | Mar 25 2016

The latest problematic study, rooted in spurious correlation and statistical manipulation, has sparked a round of headlines that connect couples’ caffeine consumption to miscarriages.

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