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In the News: Eating Healthy When You Fly and New Healthy Food Finds

Friday, March 24th, 2017  |  Posted by Toby Amidor  /  Filed under In the News  /  Comments: 0
  This week in the news, set a few goals you will be able to achieve just in time for bathing suit season, and find out which 21 food products are coming to a market near you – don’t worry, I did the leg work and walked close to 60,000 steps at The Natural Food Expo West in order to find all the healthy goodies!

In the News: The Ketogenic and Whole30 Diets and Which Alcohol is Better?

Friday, March 17th, 2017  |  Posted by Toby Amidor  /  Filed under In the News  /  Comments: 0
By Toby Amidor, MS, RD Lots of interesting stories in the nutrition world this week. With the Environmental Working Group (EWG) coming out with their 2017 Dirty Dozen list, I had lots to say to Mic.com. Plus, many new fad diets have been making waves including The Whole30 and Ketogenic Diet which I weigh in on.

In the News: Dietitians Indulging and My Whole Grain Paella Recipes

Friday, March 10th, 2017  |  Posted by Toby Amidor  /  Filed under Hot Topics, In the News  /  Comments: 0
By Toby Amidor, MS, RD For 10 years I have been writing for numerous national media outlets about food and nutrition. In this Friday round-up, I’ll keep you updated on articles I wrote or was quoted on during the week so you can catch up on your nutrition reading.

New Nutrition Facts: The Fiber Debate

Monday, February 6th, 2017  |  Posted by Toby Amidor  /  Filed under In the News, Nutrition Basics  /  Comments: 0
  By Daniel Preiato, BS, DTR, Contributing Blogger  As you may have heard, the FDA is in the process of implementing a new nutrition facts label. Most food manufacturers have until July 26, 2018, to comply with the changes, while manufacturers earning less than $10 million in annual food sales have until July 26, 2019. One area of major concern has been the new regulations on dietary fiber. Dietary Fiber There…

Should Diet Be Based On Your Genetics?

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016  |  Posted by Toby Amidor  /  Filed under Hot Topics, In the News  /  Comments: more
By Valentine Reed-Johnson, RD, CDN, Contributing Blogger Most of the dietary guidelines have remained relatively unchanged since the 1980’s. The guidelines specifically focus on foods that help keep you healthy and help prevent chronic disease, like heart disease. For years registered dietitians have been teaching and living these guidelines. There is now a change in the way recommendations are made by health…

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