Diet & Health

Blog entry | Jan 05 2015
Does having access to unlimited information make it easier for consumers to be informed or does it lead to more confusion? There's persuasive evidence that it leads to confusion. In the IFIC Foundation Food & Health Survey, three out of four...
Blog entry | Jan 02 2015
When we read about the latest study on red meat, performed at UC San Diego and published in the Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences,1 we were a bit taken aback. Claims about the safety of red meat based on a laboratory experiment with mice...
Blog entry | Jan 02 2015
Whenever a new study comes out that makes some big health conclusions, we like to put it through the wringer, using the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Study Evaluation Checklist to systematically evaluate the hypothesis, design,...
Blog entry | Dec 30 2014
Keeping Resolutions: Stop, Drop, and Control Your Diet This article was written by Marianne Smith-Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA, Senior Vice President, Nutrition & Food Safety, and was published by Supermarket Guru in January 2014. It has been updated...
Blog entry | Dec 19 2014
In the spirit of the season, we’re bringing you 5 Christmas Movie Meal Hacks! So curl up with some classic Netflix, a few of these seasonal meals, and our secrets to make the most out of them:   The Santa Clause Meal of Choice: Chocolate Chip...
Article | Dec 16 2014
Which food contains protein and readily absorbed iron? How many grams of protein are there in a spoon of peanut butter? What nutrients are lost when you sweat? How much do YOU really know about food and health? Now you can find out, and maybe show...

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