Nutrition News: The Dirtiest Places In Your Kitchen & Downside of Liquid Diets

Saturday, April 1, 2017

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By Toby Amidor, MS, RD

Catch up on this week’s nutrition news with articles I’ve been quoted in or written this week. You’ll find out which pieces of kitchen equipment you probably never thought of cleaning and what a study found may be lingering inside. If you’ve been on a smoothie kick, it’s an article you’ll want to read!


5 Meal Kits That Make Healthy Cooking Easy via– I weigh in on 5 meal kit delivery services including Hello Fresh, Veestro, Terra’s Kitchen, Sun Basket, and Green Blender. If you’ve been considering ordering, find out which may be right for you.

The Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen Vacation Diet via— Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady hire a chef who prepares an 80/20 raw food diet for them. Find out if their diet is really healthy- I weigh in with my two-cents.

Are You Losing Out With A Liquid Lunch? via–contributor Taylor D’Anna, RD gives you the pros and cons of juicing and drinking smoothies and if it’s really as healthy as it seems.

The 5 Dirtiest Places in your Kitchen You Didn’t Know You Had To Clean via US News & World Report Eat + Run– a recent study found bacteria, mold, and yeast on hidden places in your kitchen that you’ll never guess. Find out what you should be spring cleaning in your kitchen.


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One Comment on “Nutrition News: The Dirtiest Places In Your Kitchen & Downside of Liquid Diets

maryjane Says:

thank you for this.

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