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RDN, Recipe Analyst, Culinary Nutrition Consultant, Food Blogger. Views are my own. Retweet is not an endorsement.
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Just watched it. John Steward IMHO was funnier.
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Yes it is. But sometimes I wonder if too much focus on health distracts from the multitude of other reasons we humans sit down at table and share meals with friends and family .
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Replying to @FoodInsight
Prefer to call these packages of . Avoids the whole meat verses veggie kerfuffle. These products are okay in a pinch, but a bowl of lentil soup or some crispy bean curd is tastier and probably healthier.
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Why must we quit butter?
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Replying to @EatingWell @AliBouzari
Yes 👍 Reducing a radiantly complex plate of food down to a couple of nutrients is insane. Limiting that focus to a single nutrient verges on psychosis. And it has great potential for damaging our health.
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Just hope some attention also goes to better flavor development too.
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I favor putting whole milk back on the menu. And I’m not the only one.
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EatingWell Magazine 23h
"Food and nutrition reporting lends itself to hyperbole and sensationalism. You see that everywhere- but not EatingWell" - CEO
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Water may be the nutrient we most underestimate. We don’t even bother to list water content on the nutrition label …
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No magic bullets out there. Can’t say it too often. There’s no one single answer that is going to magically solve all the problems in food.
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Food is becoming identity?
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Sara Place 23h
Joseph Clayton highlighting how the food headlines are often sensational & its hard to cut through the noise with evidence
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Gourmetmetrics Sep 18
Researching the matrix effect complements on going research on the microbiome.
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Baldor Specialty Foods Sep 17
Goodness grape-cious, grape season has been amazing! Buzzard Crest, Bronx Grapes, -- everything is delicious, and there's something for everyone. 🍇 See our latest in-season picks:
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Dariush Mozaffarian Sep 17
Exellent story on problematic industry stances & tactics. But STOP false, outdated message that “fat, sugar, and salt” cause diabetes. Unsaturated fats LOWER risk of diabetes; sat fat is neutral; no total fat limit per 2015 DGAs. The real problems: STARCH, sugar, salt.
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Gourmetmetrics Sep 17
Replying to @saraheeberry
Spot on 👍 Most foods do have a . The research appears to come out of the dairy industry, but the concepts are applicable to other foods.
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Gourmetmetrics Sep 17
Don’t use almond milk as infant formula. That degree of food ignorance surprises me. But the disclaimer must be there for good reason …
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Gourmetmetrics Sep 17
One more vote in favor of giving kids the choice to drink whole milk.
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USDA Food Safety Sep 17
If you wash chicken before cooking chances are you’re contaminating all the other items you prepare with your meal, too. People who washed their chicken in our recent study contaminated their side salads 26% of the time.
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