A Dietitian Reflects on the Recent Nutrition Conference

A Dietitian Reflects on the Recent Nutrition Conference

This is a guest blog post by Lisa Eaton Wright, RD  I, too, was in San Diego in late September for the American Dietetic Association’s Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE). I was excited and energized by all things FNCE … Continue reading

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Brainstorming New Food Products [Hilarious Animation]

Brainstorming New Food Products [Hilarious Animation]

Another great video animation put together by Fooducate friend and one of the best nutrition bloggers out there, Andy Bellatti. Make sure you don’t fall for the marketing tricks depicted above. If you like this, check out the previous installment. … Continue reading

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Big Food pledge placates White House – Who needs policy when you’ve got promises?

Big Food pledge placates White House – Who needs policy when you’ve got promises?

This is a guest post by Michele Simon, and originally appeared on her blog Appetite for Profit. You’ve got to hand it to the food industry. They certainly know how to get the attention of the White House just when … Continue reading

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Can’t Resist Junk Food? Blame the “Bliss Point”

Can’t Resist Junk Food? Blame the “Bliss Point”

Image via Wikipedia As millions of us are struggling to eat healthily and shed some pounds, a new book by a former head of the FDA, tries to explain the psychology of eating. David Kessler was an FDA chief most … Continue reading

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