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Antibiotic Resistance Part IV: Proper Kitchen Techniques

1/21/2016

Food blogger Alice Choi discusses proper food handling and storage techniques with registered dietitan Jen Haugen.

Antibiotic Resistance Part I: Trust Your Doctor

1/12/2016

The discovery and use of antibiotics represents one of the greatest human and veterinary medical advances in history. According to a 2013 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), however, at least two million people annually in the U.S. "acquire serious infections with bacteria that are resistant to one or more of the antibiotics designed to treat infections, and at least 23,000 people die annually from antibiotic-resistant infections."

Holiday Gifts for a Healthy Lifestyle

12/9/2015

Originally posted December 3, 2014.

Do you need some gift ideas? Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD and Sarah Downs, MBA, RDN, share some gift ideas to support a healthy lifestyle.

Menu Planning 101

9/2/2015

Originally posted February 24, 2015.

How often do you find yourself wondering what's for dinner? If you answered "every night," you're certainly not alone. We checked in with registered dietitian Ann Dunaway Teh and food blogger Melanie Bauer from Melanie Makes for some helpful menu planning tips.

 

Yes, Healthy Foods Can be Affordable!

8/28/2015

Think healthy foods can't be affordable? Melissa Joy Dobbins, RD, says that with a little planning and strategy, your family can enjoy healthy foods...affordably!

Eight Tips for Shopping the Farmers Market

6/11/2015

It's summer, and there's no better way to up your consumption of fruits and vegetables than by visiting your local farmers market. Registered Dietitian Melissa Joy Dobbins shares these eight tips for adding some fun to the shopping adventure, including ways to involve your kids in the process.

7 Ways to Protect Yourself from Listeria

5/6/2015

The weather's getting warmer, and a favorite summer treat is ice cream. But with a recent recall of a popular brand of ice cream due to potential Listeria contamination, what do consumers need to know? Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, gives us the scoop.

Understanding Processed Foods

4/1/2015

Processed foods often get vilified in today's food environment, but that shouldn't necessarily be the case. Processing foods can have benefits to improve food's shelf life, reduce food wasate, conserve resources and provide healthier and safer food, according to Connie Weaver, PhD, from Purdue University.

Beauty in the Fridge

4/1/2015

Looking for some beauty tips? Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, says you need look no further than your refrigerator!

Understanding Processed Foods

Processed foods often get vilified in today's food environment, but that shouldn't necessarily be the case. Processing foods can have benefits to improve food's shelf life, reduce food wasate, conserve resources and provide healthier and safer food, according to Connie Weaver, PhD, from Purdue University.

Feed Your Curiosity About Food

Fear of food is not healthy, and as people's interest in food and conversations about food grow, so does unnecessary fear about what to eat and what not to eat. We reached out to Robyn Metcalfe, PhD, Executive Director of The Food Lab at the University of Texas, to gain insight on re-channeling our interest in food to curiosity that can help lead to new ideas we can all chew on.

Curiosity Fuels the Future of Food

3/4/2015

Fear of food is not healthy, and as people's interest in food and conversations about food grow, so does unnecessary fear about what to eat and what not to eat. We reached out to Robyn Metcalfe, PhD, Executive Director of The Food Lab at the University of Texas, to gain insight on re-channeling our interest in food to curiosity that can help lead to new ideas we can all chew on.

Tips for Menu Planning

Do you find yourself wondering what's for dinner every night? With a little bit of menu planning using SCALES, you'll save time and money, and may even reduce your stress level!

Should You Eat Fat Free?

Is fat-free always the best choice? Karman Meyer, RD, of KarmanNutrition.com says not always! Fat is important to the human diet; we need it every day and it's good for brain health. Choose foods like avocados, dairy, and nuts to get some good fats in your diet and don't always go for the fat-free version of your favorites.

Calorie Myths

Does diluting a sweetened beverage take away the calories? Patricia Murray, RD, of St. Ann's Bay Hospital busts this myth along with whether toasting bread takes away calories (hint - wishful thinking!).

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