7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 4)

7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 4)

Black Bean “Mud” Soup, because, well…it does look like mud, but mud never tasted so good in a bowl! To get your 2015 off to the right start, we’ve teamed up with prominent culinary dietitians to create a 7-day Clean … Continue reading

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7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 3)

7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 3)

To get your 2015 off to the right start, we’ve teamed up with prominent culinary dietitians to create a 7-day Clean Eating Plan, designed to help you shed weight and feel great. DAY 3 is brought to you by Dana … Continue reading

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7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 2)

7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 2)

To get your 2015 off to the right start, we’ve teamed up with prominent culinary dietitians to create a 7-day Clean Eating Plan, designed to help you shed weight and feel great. DAY 2 is brought to you by Stephanie … Continue reading

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7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 1)

7 Days of Clean Eating: Recipes from Culinary Nutritionists (Day 1)

This is a guest post by Jackie Topol, MS, RD, CDN The #1 New Year’s resolution according to a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology is to lose weight.  So many of us start off with the … Continue reading

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Who Checks If Ingredients Are Safe? You’ll Be Shocked to Read

Who Checks If Ingredients Are Safe? You’ll Be Shocked to Read

This is a guest blog post by Richard Perlmutter, MS GRAS is the acronym for Generally Recognized as Safe. This is a designation for some food ingredients when they are used as intended. These ingredients are regarded as safe based on: … Continue reading

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Bacon & Ham: Where’s the Meat?

Bacon & Ham: Where’s the Meat?

This is a guest post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. Check most packages of pork bacon, sliced ham or cured bone-in ham, and you won’t see meat listed in the ingredient statement … Continue reading

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Sneaky Zucchini Lasagna

Sneaky Zucchini Lasagna

This is a guest post by Lisa Cain, aka Snack-Girl. Lasagna is one of those foods that top favorite foods lists. My son Alex, not unlike Garfield, hasn’t met a lasagna he doesn’t like. When I went to work on Snack … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Pumpkin Bread

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Bread

This is a guest post by Katie Sullivan Morford, MS, RD and was originally published here. Who knew you could bake bread in a slow cooker. Probably you did. But I didn’t. That is until my talented friend Jane sent … Continue reading

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Don’t Buy This at the Supermarket

Don’t Buy This at the Supermarket

This is a guest post by Lisa Cain, aka Snack-Girl. Someone told me about this new product from Oscar Mayer and I thought they were joking. Noooo. They didn’t make a Lunchables for breakfast, did they? I mean isn’t the … Continue reading

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How to Choose a Better Bread

How to Choose a Better Bread

This is a guest post by Katie Sullivan Morford, MS, RD and was originally published here. This is my new favorite sandwich bread. The fact that my children like it too is a big plus, since it’s a significant upgrade, … Continue reading

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