Ingredients & Nutrients

Blog entry | Sep 21 2017

Research has long shown that lower-income Americans face unique barriers to good health.

Blog entry | Sep 11 2017

Curious about low-calorie sweeteners? You’re not alone. Conflicting information about low-calorie sweeteners seems to be reaching new heights, so we’ve searched high and low for the facts.

Blog entry | Sep 01 2017

Do you consider yourself a foodie? According to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation’s 2017 Food and Health Survey, foodies are more confident in their nutrition kn

Blog entry | Aug 30 2017

I love the vibrant color of red velvet cupcakes. The deep, red coloring paired with the moist texture and slightly chocolatey taste is truly indulgent.

Blog entry | Aug 24 2017

These days, there are too many food myths to count. Even with so much noise out there, some common myths continue to capture our attention.

Blog entry | Jul 14 2017

Mac and cheese: a childhood favorite for many and a go-to comfort food. Unfortunately, this classic dish is under attack because of a common packaging compound.

Blog entry | Jul 12 2017

Holy coffee, Batman! Guess what’s been the highlight of nutrition news this week? Yup, it’s coffee.

Blog entry | Jul 06 2017

Proposition 65 (Prop 65) is a California law proposed initially as the

Blog entry | Jun 30 2017

Since 2011, I’ve lived in Minnesota, part of the “goiter belt,” a term for parts of the U.S.

Blog entry | Jun 14 2017

My dad does most of the grocery shopping. He did while I was growing up, and he still does for my mom and for my brothers and sisters who live at home.

Blog entry | Jun 01 2017

What is lead?

Blog entry | May 24 2017

From banana flour to quinoa flour, it can be hard to keep up with all these new, trendy flours. Sorting out the potential cooking, baking and health benefits they all offer can be overwhelming.

Blog entry | May 11 2017

Java enthusiasts rejoice!

Blog entry | May 08 2017

The late great Yogi Berra had a way wi

Blog entry | Apr 21 2017

The IFIC Foundation, along with more than 170 other organizations, has partnered with the March for Science movement.

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