Just the facts. From the experts.
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Meet an Expert: Tony Shelton, PhD

1/12/2014

Dr. Tony Shelton is a Professor of Entomology at Cornell University. To get to know Dr. Shelton, Best Food Facts asked him to answer a few questions.

Meet an Expert: Selina Wang, PhD

12/28/2013

Dr. Selina Wang is the Research Director at the Olive Center at the University of California, Davis. To get to know Dr. Wang, Best Food Facts asked her to answer a few questions.

Meet an Expert: Cecilia Chi-Ham, PhD

12/13/2013

Best Food Facts wants you to get to know the experts! Meet Dr. Cecilia Chi-Ham. She is Director of Science and Technology, PIPRA, at the University of California-Davis.

Meet Abigail J. Dougherty, RD, LD/N

11/26/2013

Best Food Facts is pleased to introduce Abigail J. Dougherty, RD, LD/N. Abby, who blogs over at Soul Of Health, was kind enough to share some of her all-time favorite pumpkin recipes. Click to read more about this star ingredient.

Can You Trust Research?

11/22/2013

The university-based experts on Best Food Facts have completed research in their specialized fields of study. But one Best Food Facts reader, Blogger Amina Nevels of MommaMina.com, asked a question about research funding. "How do we know that we can trust your research if it's funded by organizations who could profit from that research?"

The More You Know, the More You Can Eat!

11/14/2013

Confused about all of the crazy food advice out there? Registered dietitian Carolyn O'Neil says, "The more you know, the more you can eat." From Carolyn's perspective, no fat, no salt and no sugar means no flavor and no fun! Hear directly from Carolyn about how her love of science and writing motivated her to become a registered dietitian, and get a sneak peek into her philosophy on healthy eating.

Meet an Expert: Sean O'Keefe, PhD

11/13/2013

Sean O'Keefe, PhD, is one of the many Best Food Facts experts. He is a Professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology at Virginia Tech.

Meet an Expert: Ronald E. Kleinman, MD

10/31/2013

Best Food Facts would like to introuduce you to one of our experts Ronald Kleinman. He is the Physician in Chief, Massachusetts General Hospital for Children; Chair of the Department of Pediatrics at Massachusetts General Hospital, and Charles Wilder Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.

Meet an Expert: Wendy J. Dahl, PhD, RD, FDC

10/15/2013

Best Food Facts would like to introduce Wendy J. Dahl, PhD, RD, FDC. She is an Assistant Professor in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at the University of Florida.

Meet an Expert: Carolyn O’Neil, MS RD

9/26/2013

Carolyn O'Neil is a registered dietitian, author, writer, television personality, speaker, nutrition communications consultant and award-winning journalist.

Meet an Expert: Barbara Klein, PhD

9/17/2013

Best Food Facts wants you to get to know their experts! Dr. Barbra Klein is the Professor Emerita of Foods & Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Meet Carolyn O'Neil

Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, explains what a registered dietitian is, what drove her into the profession, and her philosophy on food and nutrition. The more you know, the more (and the better) you can eat! 

Meet an Expert: Carl Winter, PhD

8/28/2013

Best Food Facts would like you to meet expert Carl Winter, PhD. He is the director of the FoodSafe Program and an extension food toxicologist at the University of California.

Meet an Expert: P. Stephen Baenziger, PhD

8/19/2013

P. Stephen Baenziger, PhD, is an agronomy professor and Eugene W. Price Distinguished Professor of Small Grains Breeding and Genetics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and the Nebraska Wheat Growers Presidential Chair.

Is Nutrition Content Lost When Hamburgers are Well Done?

7/30/2013

Recently, Best Food Facts recieved a question asking "Is it better for you to eat a rare/medium-rare or well-done hamburger? Are you losing nutrition content when the burger is well-done?” We reached out to Dr. John Comerford, who is an associate professor at Penn State University, to help us answer these questions.

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