Cheese as an Addictive Drug

Cheese as an Addictive Drug

Cheese is addictive, just like drugs, and now there’s scientific evidence to prove it. Researchers from the University of Michigan found that the foods most highly associated with problematic and addictive-like eating behaviors were * processed foods, * foods high … Continue reading

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A Holiday Plea: Let’s Be Kinder on Facebook

A Holiday Plea: Let’s Be Kinder on Facebook

This is a guest blog post by Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD All I want for Christmas is for people on Facebook to stop accusing each other of eating “chemicals”. Lately, comments like “Sorry, but that muffin is full of chemicals” … Continue reading

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Guess What, Food is Too Cheap in America!

Guess What, Food is Too Cheap in America!

The headline may come as a shock to many, but when we compare the price we pay for groceries today as a percentage of our income vs 30 years ago, it turns out we are paying less, 25 percent less. … Continue reading

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Big Apple Plan to Shake Salt

Big Apple Plan to Shake Salt

Should we be adding nutrition to New York’s list of leadership roles in addition to finance, tourism, and entertainment? After paving the path with calorie labeling in fast food restaurants, banning trans-fat, shocking us with anti-soda pop ads, and then … Continue reading

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Danger! – Supermarket Ahead

Danger! – Supermarket Ahead

From the Tampa Tribune: Feeling nickel-and-dimed to death at the grocery store? Wait until you start getting hammered with hospital bills a decade from now, thanks to what’s in your shopping cart today. Read the full article… What you need … Continue reading

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