Top 5 Foods and Ingredients People Don’t Want to See in 2013

Top 5 Foods and Ingredients People Don’t Want to See in 2013

We ran a very informal survey on the Fooducate Facebook Page yesterday asking the community What food product or ingredient(s) would you like to see gone for good in 2013? After reading through several hundred responses here are the top … Continue reading

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Lots of Goodies on version 1.2 of the Fooducate iPhone App

Lots of Goodies on version 1.2 of the Fooducate iPhone App

Product Update. Yesterday afternoon we launched version 1.2 of the Fooducate iPhone app. We’ve made changes both on the iPhone side and on the server side to provide you with a better service. Here are the details. Messaging – We’ve … Continue reading

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It’s 2010. Is the ADA Connecting with Dietitians? The Public?

It’s 2010. Is the ADA Connecting with Dietitians? The Public?

This is a guest blog post by Lauren Slayton MS, RD, a Manhattan based dietitian specializing in weight management and sports nutrition. Follow her tweets @FoodTrainers. Are you there ADA? It’s me, Lauren Slayton… I have been an American Dietetic … Continue reading

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10 Proven Techniques To Get Your Child Eating Veggies

10 Proven Techniques To Get Your Child Eating Veggies

“Eat your veggies” is a mantra generations of mothers have passed on to their progeny. We all acknowledge the importance of vegetables and fruits to our health – fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, etc. – yet most children and parents do … Continue reading

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Eight Facts about Agave Nectar

Eight Facts about Agave Nectar

We’ve gotten a question from one of our Facebook friends, who is confused about agave nectar, a sweetener that has gotten itself a health halo in some circles over the past few years. Below you’ll find the facts. Bottom line … Continue reading

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