sugar

Blog entry | Sep 27 2018

The IFIC Foundation Food & Health Survey is in its 13th year

Blog entry | Aug 21 2018

If you read food labels, you’re likely familiar with many of the ingredients in your food. Some ingredients, like sugar, probably get your attention more than others.

Blog entry | Aug 07 2018

Have you noticed updated Nutrition Facts labels in stores yet? If you have, then you’ve seen that they contain added sugars information.

Blog entry | May 18 2018

When you think about trying to eat healthier, sugary foods and drinks probably don’t top your list of things to eat more of.

Blog entry | Apr 04 2018

This is the third installment of a new video series in partnership with Osmosis, a group that focuses on health science education, highl

Blog entry | Apr 03 2018

The Nutrition Facts label is getting a makeover — its first in nearly a quarter-century.  Most products will be using the updated label by Jan. 1, 2020, and some already are.

Blog entry | Oct 19 2017

Identifying new mechanisms and pathways are key in science. They help answer long-term questions and also generate new scientific questions.

Blog entry | Aug 01 2017

For the first time, in 2015, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) included a recommendation

Blog entry | May 23 2017

In case you weren’t paying attention, some juicy news circulated recently.

Blog entry | Mar 29 2017

Ever heard someone say they don’t consume sugar? Not that they don’t consume added sugars, but that they don’t eat any sugars? I have, and to be honest, it really makes no sense.

Blog entry | Mar 02 2017

A recent video on BuzzFeed compared the relative sugar content in various fruits, the not-so-subtle impli

Blog entry | Jan 26 2017

Nutrition conversations can be "qwerty" ... I mean, quirky.

Blog entry | Dec 30 2016

Ever hear that natural sugars are better for you? Or that they have vitamins and minerals, so they’re healthier?

Blog entry | Dec 28 2016

If you came across a book or article about diet and nutrition called “You’re Doing Everything Right,” you probably wouldn’t read it, would you?  Sadly, when it comes to food and health, re

Blog entry | Dec 27 2016

The other night I was watching "Seinfeld." This isn’t really any different than any other night because I watch "Seinfeld" most nights; it is, after all, one of my favorite shows.

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