Blog entry | Jan 27 2010
By: Elizabeth Rahavi, RD   Date: 1/28/10 We talk a lot about mindful eating on this blog because it's a concept that resonates with a lot of the health professionals and nutrition communicators here...
Blog entry | Jan 25 2010
By: Jennifer Schleman   Date: 1/26/10  Last fall shortly after reading our Putting the BRAT on a Diet post, I came down with the dreaded flu. Not the H1N1 variety, but the good, old-fashioned, upper...
Article | Jan 24 2010
This publication addresses the common misperception that caffeine causes dehydration and provides an overall guide to how all liquids, including milk, fruit juices, sports drinks, watery foods, and...
Blog entry | Jan 24 2010
By: Elizabeth Rahavi, RD   Date 1/25/10 The IFIC 2009 Functional Foods/Foods for Health Consumer Trending Survey found that people's top health concerns are (in order of importance) heart health,...
Blog entry | Jan 21 2010
By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 1/22/10 The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is often mentioned in media articles pertaining to food safety and nutrition, especially if there is a regulatory...
Press Release | Jan 20 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                             (Washington, D.C., January 20, 2010) —To help in providing science-based information on nutrition and weight management for...
Blog entry | Jan 19 2010
By: Jennifer Schleman   Date: 1/20/10 After hearing so much about today's Kaiser Family Foundation study on kids and their "screen time" habits, I think this Kidnetic.com bright paper from 2006 is...
Blog entry | Jan 18 2010
By: Kerry Robinson, RD   Date: 1/19/10 At some point, most of us have wanted to lose (or in some cases, maintain) our weight. In fact, if you are like many Americans, it may have been one of your New...
Blog entry | Jan 14 2010
By: Tony Flood   Date: 1/15/10 With the buzz growing about the FDA missing multiple self imposed deadlines on an update about the safety of BPA, the agency responded today to fill us in on its...
Blog entry | Jan 13 2010
By: Ann Bouchoux   Date: 1/14/10 New York City's call for the food industry to reduce sodium by 25 percent in the next five years has dominated the headlines in the food world this week.  Such...
Sucralose adds sweetness to foods and beverages without adding calories or carbohydrates. As an alternative to sugar and other calorie-containing sweeteners, it can play a role in weight management programs that combine sensible nutrition and physical activity.
Article | Jan 11 2010
Favorably Reviewed by the American Academy of Physician Assistants www.aapa.org Download the PDF to view this entire brochure. With obesity rates among Americans at an all-time high, many people may...
Blog entry | Jan 11 2010
By: Elizabeth Rahavi, RD and Wendy Reinhardt Kapsak, MS, RD  Date: 1/12/09 As the saying goes, everything that's old is new again. We are use to seeing this in the world of fashion, where classic...

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