How Many Meals Should I Eat In a Day?

How Many Meals Should I Eat In a Day?

Most people will answer 3 meals and 2 snacks. But is this the right approach? To answer, we must go back in time and realize that, from an evolutionary perspective, the daily construct of 3 square meals is a rather … Continue reading

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Alcoholic Beverages and Nutrition Labels

Alcoholic Beverages and Nutrition Labels

Do you know how many calories are in that glass of 2008 Pinot Noir you’ve paired with your appetizer? Or how many carbs are in a Bud-Light? Most people are clueless when it comes to calories in alcoholic beverages, simply … Continue reading

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When Did Cooking Become a Spectator Sport?

When Did Cooking Become a Spectator Sport?

The rise of TV cooking shows over the past several decades should have been accompanied by an increase in home cooked meals, but unfortunately that is not the case. Shows like Master Chef are the equivalent of Olympic gymnastics – … Continue reading

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The Health Benefits of Guinness Beer – Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

The Health Benefits of Guinness Beer – Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

“Guinness is Good for You”. That’s what the brewery claimed about its Irish stout in the 1920′s. Research was based on the scientific method of asking people how they felt after drinking a pint! Most answered that they felt better. … Continue reading

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What Ingredient Did Dunkin’ Donuts Just Dump?

What Ingredient Did Dunkin’ Donuts Just Dump?

Titanium Dioxide is a popular chemical used to whiten paints, sunscreen, and toothpaste. It’s also used to whiten powdered sugar. Because, for some reason, regular powdered sugar just isn’t white enough. The titanium dioxide used in powdered sugar is manufactured … Continue reading

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Kraft Singles – Fake Food, Faulty Endorsement

Kraft Singles – Fake Food, Faulty Endorsement

Kraft Singles, the decades old “cheese” slice product used in billions of sandwiches across that the nation, has the nutrition world abuzz with anger and surprise. Kraft Singles were to chosen to be the first product to receive a “Kids … Continue reading

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Why Do People in Hot Countries Eat Spicy Food?

Why Do People in Hot Countries Eat Spicy Food?

If you look at a map of global cuisine, you’ll notice that the hotter the climate, the spicier the food. This evolution of this spicy food culture is not by chance. There are several reasons for this development: 1. Spices … Continue reading

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5 Bread Ingredients You Absolutely Should Avoid [miniseries part 4/4]

5 Bread Ingredients You Absolutely Should Avoid [miniseries part 4/4]

Welcome to part 4 of our miniseries.In part 1, we provided ground rules for choosing healthy bread. In part 2, we defined whole grains and whole wheat. In part 3 we presented the most common ingredients used in bread. Today, … Continue reading

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The 20 Most Common Bread Ingredients [miniseries part 3/4]

The 20 Most Common Bread Ingredients [miniseries part 3/4]

Welcome to part 3 of our miniseries. In part 1, we provided ground rules for choosing healthy bread. In part 2, we defined whole grains and whole wheat. Today we’ll take a look at the other ingredients in bread. To … Continue reading

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The Difference Between Whole Grains & Whole Wheat [Bread miniseries part 2/4]

The Difference Between Whole Grains & Whole Wheat [Bread miniseries part 2/4]

Welcome to part 2 of our miniseries. In part 1, we shared our ground rules for choosing healthy bread. When discussing bread, there tends to be a confusion around the terms “whole grain” and “whole wheat”. We’ll try to clear … Continue reading

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