Ingredients & Nutrients

Blog entry | Nov 02 2016
This year at the BlogHer Food conference, Food Insight sponsored an event to introduce mindful eating and flavorful cooking to food bloggers. For food blogger Rachee Fagg (@sayitrahshay), mindful eating is now a tool that is helping her change her...
Blog entry | Nov 01 2016
With lots of milk options out there, remember that soy milk is a candidate that can work for you. It is a complete protein that helps with weight management and muscle growth; it contains calcium for bones and skeletal health; and it has unsaturated...
Blog entry | Oct 28 2016
Want a candidate that everyone can get behind? Chicken is the answer for this election season. Not only is chicken an easy centerpiece for any meal, there are so many different ways to prepare it. Whether roasted on its own, as part of a sandwich or...
Blog entry | Oct 25 2016
Whole grain crackers deserve to be elected as the healthy hero of snack time. Eat whole grain crackers on their own or pair with dips, spreads or proteins like meat and cheese to make easy and delicious snacks. This candidate also happens to come...
Blog entry | Oct 21 2016
Just in time for fall, one of our favorite candidates, cocoa, has stepped up to the platform. Whether it’s a small piece of dark chocolate, a cup of hot cocoa as a satisfying treat, or using cocoa in oatmeal, yogurt, or recipes, pick this versatile...
Blog entry | Oct 17 2016
This week’s candidate packs a whole lot of punch. Whole grain cereal is a great way to start your morning because it helps you get your recommended daily 48g of whole grains. With a variety of options in the market, there are so many ways to spoon...
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Article | Oct 04 2016
Recipes Pickled Turnips Island Coconut and Sweet Potato Stew Chickpea and Roasted Eggplant Fetteh "Spiked" Nutrition: Oat Crusted Chicken with Lemon Dill Yogurt Sauce (VIDEO/RECIPE CARD) "Spiked" Nutrition: Pasta with Salmon Meatballs (...
Blog entry | Sep 29 2016
Tea has been around for at least 5,000 years, and since the practice of dropping leaves and other parts of plants into hot water probably wasn't exclusive to tea, it's likely tisanes have been around for at least as long. What Are Tisanes? Tisanes (...
Blog entry | Sep 27 2016
If you love nut butters as I do, then you’ve probably noticed a wide variety of them available in supermarkets. From cashew butter, chocolate almond butter, and mixed nut and seed butters, to the flavored varieties like maple vanilla and cinnamon...
Blog entry | Sep 23 2016
Election season is in full swing! So while you have voting on your mind, we’re sharing “campaign” posters for some of our favorite nutrient-rich foods. First up is pasta, a versatile and delicious base for any meal. Add some vegetables and lean...
Blog entry | Sep 19 2016
With vibrant colors and tonal hues, food can be more like art. I am drawn to foods that appeal and engage my visual senses. The more colors, the better. Did you know that natural and artificial food colors can help correct for color loss and natural...
Blog entry | Sep 09 2016
I am sure you have heard of the phrase “we eat with our eyes.” This common phrase is especially meaningful in the realm of food colors, as food coloring has been in existence for more than 2,000 years, starting in 300 BCE when artificial colors were...
Press Release | Sep 07 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – It’s no secret that Millennials are changing the food and nutrition landscape. But Boomers have their own set of unique ideas about what they want on their plate. The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation dug deep...
Blog entry | Aug 29 2016
It’s no secret around the office that I love to cook. Spending time making dinner is one of my favorite ways to unwind after a long day at work. It’s also something that I love to do with friends and family. This is why I am so excited about this...
Blog entry | Aug 10 2016
Floral, grassy, sweet, slightly bitter, nutty, astringent—only a few of the many flavors of tea. For us purists, tea is the beverage produced by adding hot water to leaves of Camellia sinensis, a shrub originating in Asia. So how do we get so many...

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