Three Ways Skinny Cocktails Are Actually Cheating You

Three Ways Skinny Cocktails Are Actually Cheating You

This is a guest post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. Now that “lite” beers are everywhere, are “skinny” cocktails the next battle-the-bulge-with-booze trend? And what are the labeling regulations, if any, for these brazenly … Continue reading

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4 Nutrition Myths it’s Time to Debunk

4 Nutrition Myths it’s Time to Debunk

This is a guest post by Elizabeth Lee, MS RD. Many might think that as a dietitian, I just tell people what to eat and what to stay an arm’s length away from. I’ve been thought of as a food … Continue reading

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Try a New Burger Before this Summer is Over

Try a New Burger Before this Summer is Over

This is a guest post by Lisa Cain, PhD, a.k.a Snack-Girl and originally appeared here. I know what you are thinking – “Hello, lovely…..nom nom nom” Yes, that is a portobello mushroom burger that you will be making before this summer is over. Everybody … Continue reading

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Should You Be Drinking Water with Karma Added?

Should You Be Drinking Water with Karma Added?

This is a guest blog post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. One of the latest concepts in “enhanced hydration” is to “deploy” supplements into bottled water at the time of consumption, rather than let … Continue reading

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