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Blog entry | Mar 03 2016

This week, my alma mater, Purdue University, published a study in AgBioForum that aimed to answer a simple question: What would the world look like

Press Release | Dec 29 2015

The New Year is a clean slate and an opportunity to take on goals and make resolutions to improve your life. But how popular is making a New Year’s resolution?

Blog entry | Dec 02 2015

With the holidays in full swing around here, I am always looking for ways to “health-ify” my diet as more indulgent foods seem to creep on to my plate.

Blog entry | Nov 09 2015

Saturated vs unsaturated. Partially hydrogenated vs fully hydrogenated. Monounsaturated vs polyunsaturated.

Blog entry | Nov 03 2015

While fats and carbohydrates often take center stage in media articles, the third dietary macronutrient, protein, has become somewhat of the forgotten child, often taking a backseat to their more "

Blog entry | Oct 19 2015

back-to-the-future-day-october-21-2015October 21, 2015: Does that date ring

Blog entry | Oct 16 2015

From protein to healthful fats to vitamins and minerals (like iron and vitamin B!), red meat comes with a lot of nutrition benefits.

Blog entry | Oct 08 2015

From the research, to the weight loss, to safety and diet- here's a quick snapshot on the deal with low-calorie sweeteners.

Blog entry | Oct 07 2015

Biotech foods ('GMOs') are safe. Period. That may seem like a bold statement, but it comes with the weight of a huge body of research and global consensus among preeminent health organizations.

Blog entry | Sep 23 2015

Going “Back to Basics” This Food Safety Education Month

Blog entry | Sep 22 2015

A study published in Obesity compared two groups of people in a 12-week weight loss program to figure out the impact of low-calorie sweetened beverages.

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