Diet & Health

Blog entry | Mar 29 2017

Fearing all fish? Cutting all coffee? Figuring out what to eat during pregnancy can be tough.

Blog entry | Mar 21 2017

A couple months ago, we wrote a post about added sugars.

Blog entry | Mar 20 2017

OK, so you’ve recently jump-started a health kick, and you’re ready to grocery shop for healthy foods. You know you need some

Blog entry | Mar 15 2017

Food trends come and go and can be pretty difficult to keep track of. The team here at the IFIC Foundation works hard to give you the low-down on what these new, trendy foods can offer.

Blog entry | Mar 08 2017

Hardly a month goes by without a new nutrition research study capturing headlines.

Blog entry | Mar 03 2017

Happy National Nutrition Month!

Blog entry | Mar 03 2017

As an avid green smoothie connoisseur, I’m quite familiar with spinach and kale.

Blog entry | Mar 02 2017

Between work, hobbies, family, exercise, and sleep, there’s a lot to get done in a day. Sometimes it feels like there’s barely enough time to breathe, let alone eat.

Blog entry | Mar 01 2017

If you are anything like us, you rely on pantry staples to create quick, affordable and nutritious meals to get you from one meal to the next.

Blog entry | Feb 23 2017

No one said that being the “food police” was an easy job.

Blog entry | Feb 23 2017

Last year, I decided to get my yoga teaching certification.

Blog entry | Feb 21 2017

What is the Buddha Diet?

Blog entry | Feb 14 2017

In honor of American Heart Month and National Snack Foods Month, I thought it would be a great opportunity to talk about some of the best snack foods that also support heart health.

Blog entry | Feb 09 2017

Planning on dining out this Valentine's Day? Then you might want to make your reservations posthaste: The annual day of love is also the second-busiest day of the year for restaurants.

Blog entry | Feb 07 2017

If you haven’t heard of the 80/20 diet, it’s a pretty simple concept. Eat healthy at least 80 percent of the time, and allow discretionary or “cheat” foods 20 percent of the time.

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