Blog entry | Jan 18 2019
Feeding our ever-growing population will take the diligent work of many farmers and food producers. As we ponder how much food needs to be produced to feed us all, should we also consider the...
Blog entry | Jan 15 2019
The Basics of the MIND Diet For many years, researchers have examined the relationship between the foods we eat and their effects on our health. In 2015, researchers began to specifically examine the...
Blog entry | Jan 10 2019
Whether it was cookies or candy, frozen or fried, or chocolate or crackers, I’m willing to bet that there was no shortage of carbohydrates in most of our holiday-season diets. The start of the new...
Press Release | Jan 08 2019
Five Food Trends To Watch in 2019 Consumers Adopting an Origins-Focused Approach When Buying Food (Washington, D.C.) — While consumers cite broad aspects like taste, price and familiarity as the top...
Blog entry | Dec 27 2018
Infancy and early childhood are significant stages of growth and development, particularly during the first twelve months of life. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) notes that “given the...
Blog entry | Dec 19 2018
THE BASICS OF LYCOPENE Lycopene (pronounced LIE-co-peen) is a nutrient in the carotenoid family (where you can find lutein, zeaxanthin and many others) that’s naturally found in some plants. Lycopene...
Blog entry | Dec 18 2018
Download the Monk Fruit Factsheet There’s no mistaking it: Americans love to eat. Enjoying good food with good company is one of life’s great pleasures. And yet, frequent over-indulgences can have a...
Blog entry | Dec 11 2018
Sugar, in one form or another, is added to many of our favorite foods and beverages. Most people know that sugar adds sweetness but many may not know that sugar is added for other reasons too. For...
Blog entry | Dec 06 2018
The Basics of Lutein Lutein (pronounced loo-teen) is an antioxidant belonging to a group called carotenoids, which make the bright yellow, red and orange colors in fruits, vegetables and other plants...
Blog entry | Dec 04 2018
This is the fourth installment of our video series in partnership with Osmosis, a group that focuses on health science education, highlighting the basics of several nutrition topics. The Nutrition...
Blog entry | Nov 28 2018
There’s a lot of conflicting nutrition information out there which can make food decisions challenging. As a parent, the pressure mounts even higher because naturally, you want to do what’s best for...
Blog entry | Nov 27 2018
Ahhh, the Holidays. Full of excitement, busyness, family, friends and lots of food. For many, this time of year is fun, but for others it can be overwhelming with all of the food choices and diet...
Blog entry | Nov 14 2018
Walk into any dietary supplement store and you’re likely to see a whole wall filled with nothing but protein powders. It seems like there are more varieties than the number of pounds that The Rock...
Blog entry | Oct 31 2018
Haunted houses, horror movies and hilarious costumes all make Halloween a scary good time. Candy is also a big part of Halloween, which means there’s no better time of year to talk about sugar. If...
Blog entry | Oct 24 2018
Many of us opt to eat a diet rich in fruits and vegetables as a part of building a healthy lifestyle. While many of us still do not consume as many fruits and veggies as we should, we have likely all...

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