This Simple Graphic Explains the Difference Between Probiotics and Prebiotics

This Simple Graphic Explains the Difference Between Probiotics and Prebiotics

Two very popular health buzzwords unheard of of ten years ago are probiotics and prebiotics. Most of us have associated these two with benefits to our digestion, but we don’t really know much more than that. Fooducate is here to … Continue reading

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Combat Allergies the Real Food Way

Combat Allergies the Real Food Way

This is a guest blog post by Beth Warren, MS, RD, CDN and was originally posted here. It’s the sound heard around the country …”Aaaachooo”. Spring is in the air…and sadly, so are pollen, dust and other irritants. There is one … Continue reading

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RD reviewed: Healthy Finds at the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival

RD reviewed: Healthy Finds at the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival

This is a guest post by Jackie Topol, MS, RD, CDN, a clinical dietitian at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Last week I attended the NYC Vegetarian Food Festival, which boasted a wide variety of new products out on the market. The two-day … Continue reading

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Lifeway Frozen Kefir: Probiotics for Dessert?

Lifeway Frozen Kefir: Probiotics for Dessert?

This is a guest blog post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. Kefir, the more probiotically-endowed cousin to buttermilk and drinkable yogurt, is a cultured, fermented dairy beverage that’s been around for centuries, but doesn’t … Continue reading

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Butter Meets Bacteria: Ilios Greek Yogurt Butter

Butter Meets Bacteria: Ilios Greek Yogurt Butter

This is a guest blog post by Carol Harvey, Director of food/nutrition labeling and product development at Palate Works. Apparently, Greek yogurt is the new oat bran/pomegranate/acai/quinoa/take-your-pick. It has almost conquered the yogurt market, despite being simply a more concentrated version of … Continue reading

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