9 Tips for Families to Eat Healthier this Fall

9 Tips for Families to Eat Healthier this Fall

This is a guest blog post by Emily Kaley. With a new school year under way and fall here, this is a time of change for many families. We love fall – football, pumpkins, apples and crisp air for playing … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Healthy Eating this Fourth of July

10 Tips for Healthy Eating this Fourth of July

 This is a guest blog post by Dr. Lisa Sutherland and Emily Kaley Fireworks, friends, franks and family.  It sure sounds like the 4th of July to me!  This holiday is always fun and enjoyable but often comes at a … Continue reading

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A Semi-Sweet Recap: Sugary Beverage Summit

A Semi-Sweet Recap: Sugary Beverage Summit

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Lisa Sutherland, PhD Last week, the Center for Science in the Public Interest, in collaboration with other organizations, presented the Sugary Drinks Summit of 2012 in Washington, DC.  Co-sponsoring the event with CSPI … Continue reading

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Why Calories Count

Why Calories Count

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Lisa Sutherland, PhD Eat better, move more, get political! That is the message delivered by Dr.’s Marion Nestle and Mal Nesheim in their latest book, Why Calories Count: From Science to Politics. I … Continue reading

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Junk Food Placement in Movies

Junk Food Placement in Movies

You’re trying to shield your children from junk food advertising. Limiting TV exposure, explaining why it’s important to eat real food, teaching them to prepare simple dishes. But then you take your kids to the movies. And interwoven into the … Continue reading

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