Roger Clemens, DrPH, CFS, CNS, FACN, FIFT, FIAFST, is an Adjunct Professor, Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Southern California School of Pharmacy, International Center for Regulatory Science. He is an expert in pediatric nutrition, probiotics, food safety and toxicology, and food processing.
Are you trying to avoid processed foods? Best Food Facts nutrition adviser Carolyn O'Neil explains why the term 'processed' doesn't necessarily mean 'unhealthy.'
Who can you trust to get the best food and nutrition information? Should you change your eating habits based on a single study?
We’ll be talking "chop" at Chopped Conference on Friday, Oct. 24.
Before you bite into an apple, do you wash it? Recently, Best Food Facts received a question from a reader asking, “What is the safest way to clean vegetables and fruit? Is hot water and a scrubbing brush all that I need to use?”
If you cook a pound of 80% lean ground beef and drain the fat, have you eliminated the need to buy the more expensive 90% lean ground beef? A Best Food Facts reader asked just that, so we reached out to Dr. Julie Garden-Robinson, PhD, RD, from North Dakota State University.
Best Food Facts will be making its 2014 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo™ (FNCE®) debut in Atlanta on Oct. 18-21, and we couldn’t be more excited to spend some time with wonderful registered dietitians and others interested in nutrition and health.
Good things come in small packages, and this is certainly the case with blueberries! Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, and Best Food Facts nutrition advisor, had the opportunity to participate in an educational farm-to-table tour to learn more about these delicious berries.
Do you know the difference between jelly and jam? Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD and nutrition advisor for Best Food Facts, gets the answer from a canning expert.
Are you giving that salubrious spud sitting on your dining table the attention it deserves?
You’ve heard about California adventures with seven of our food blogger friends during TASTE: Unearthing the Art and Science of Food Blogger Tour from our point of view. Now, we’re bringing you the skinny from Annalise of Completely Delicious on her favorite parts of the tour and what she learned.
We’ve served up a recap or two on our California adventures with seven of our food blogger friends during TASTE: Unearthing the Art and Science of Food Blogger Tour. And, now we are bringing you the inside scoop from Adriana of Adriana’s Best Recipes on her favorite parts of the tour and what she learned.
A new study on artificial sweeteners has people wondering whether they should rethink their consumption of the popular products. Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, says a wealth of data suggests low-calorie sweeteners can be used to help manage calories, which can help with managing weight and diabetes.