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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 6h
DYK Allulose... * is a sugar but only contributes 0.4kcal/gram? * can actually blunt glycemic effects of other sugars * provides food science properties similar to sucrose but w/out the calories? * FDA exempted it from Total Sugar count on Nutrition Facts Panel
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Milton Stokes, RD 15h
If you aren’t in the session with ⁦⁩ you’ll want to check out this site. There’s a toolkit for dietitians. What are Pulses? ⁦
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 13h
Replying to @BarbRuhsRD
Definitely!!
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 16h
Replying to @BarbRuhsRD @lecreuset
Interesting! How are they dealing with predators? Still under roof??
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 16h
Also included in list!
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 17h
There’s are foods that are super nutrient rich. 🥦🍍🍓🍇🥕🌶🥬🥝🥜🍒🍌 But don’t get sucked into “superfoods” marketing strategy.
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN 17h
Warning ⚠️ Signs of Questionable Diet Plans: * Guarantees weight loss * Eliminates food groups * Requires strict eating plan
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Milton Stokes, RD 17h
If you want more information on pesticides and health, take a look at this article by ⁦⁩ When chemicals are used to scare you about food
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SherryColemanCollins May 19
“Diets” worth watching (and eating): DASH Mediterranean Flexitarian MIND
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Mandy Enright MS RDN May 19
YES! So many great books & cookbooks on these eating lifestyles from dietitians
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
Replying to @Adam_Asmus @GHGGuru
Nasty beasts.
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
Replying to @rustnutrition
Feathers, feet. And a whole hen left on the playground....
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Joan Ruskamp May 14
Mr, Miss, Ms, and/or Mrs consumer you have many issues to worry about so farmers and ranchers would like to make sure concerns about what’s in your food isn’t one of them!
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
Replying to @GHGGuru
We had backyard chicken. 4 older ones were in coop (chicken tractor). Left 6 new 3 month olds in rough fenced area w shelter but not raccoon 🦝 proof (until we could finish new coop). Raccoons massacred them on second night. All 6. It was an awful sight.
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Chere Bork Apr 23
Do you focus on what is wrong? If so, you are missing the flowers, the sunshine, and life itself.
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NE DPG May 11
Spring is in full swing! If you’re in cleaning mode, check out this month’s tip for three areas to focus on that can help you set yourself and your business up for success in the coming months.
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
Sorry to be missing this today but catch up with you all tomorrow!
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Rosanne Rust, MS, RDN May 19
Alright. Just wanted to let you know I’ve visited large and smaller operations. Animal Science departments at numerous universities are a great resource for your questions.
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Sara Place May 4
Often I get questions about the feed beef cattle eat & feed resources required to produce 1 lb. of beef. Table below is the US average feed resources required over the life cycle to produce grain-finished beef — only 11% of that feed is actually grain.
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