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Welcome to my blog! You’ll find the latest nutrition news, healthy recipes, controversial topics, and food safety information. My blog is made possible by my wonderful group of contributors, including fellow registered dietitian nutritionists (RDNs) and nutrition students. All of my contributors have varying nutrition backgrounds and interests, making this blog a great place to learn about a wide range of food and nutrition topics.

I’m so proud of the efforts of all of my contributors and the recognitions of our great work. Greatist recently named my blog one of “19 Awesome Resources to Help You Eat Better”, and Healthline awarded us a spot in the “The Best Healthy Living Blogs of 2016”.  I know you will enjoy and learn from the information you find here. Your comments and insight are very important to me and my readers.

Happy, healthy reading!


Are You Getting Enough Magnesium?

June 28th, 2017
By Rachel Green, Contributing Blogger With summer in full bloom, fresh fruits and vegetables are abundantly available, but most Americans do not actually consume the recommended amount. Therefore, many Americans are not meeting the requirements for magnesium, a mineral best known for its role in maintaining normal heart rhythm. Magnesium is an essential “helper” in more than 300 reactions throughout the…

Should You Try A Meat Delivery Service?

June 26th, 2017
By Toby Amidor, MS, RDN It seems you can get just about anything delivered to your front door these days and meat is no exception. There are several companies offering subscription services, where a month’s supply of meat will automatically be delivered to your doorstep each month. Think of it like a CSA delivery of fruits and veggies, but instead of produce, you get different cuts of meat each month. Most companies…

Introducing Peanuts in Infancy

June 15th, 2017
By Toby Amidor, MS, RDN The threat of food allergies plagues anyone who spends time around children. Peanut allergies, specifically, have recently received much attention in the news. While only 1-2% of children have a peanut allergy, it’s usually severe and lifelong, making it a fear for most new parents. Previous guidelines warned against introducing peanuts too early in a child’s diet, but new guidelines…

4 Things You May Not Know About Gut Health

June 5th, 2017
By Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD, Contributing Blogger In the past few years, there has been a ton of emerging research on the topic of gut health. More specifically, researchers are looking into the healthy bacteria that live in our gut and how they might affect health. Quite a bit has been uncovered, and more information is being brought to the surface everyday. Here are four things that you may not know about gut health.
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  • Nutrition News: Eat More Mindfully and My 2-Week Muscle-Building Meal Plan

    May 19th, 2017
    By Toby Amidor, MS, RD Catch up on this week’s nutrition news with articles I’ve been quoted in or written over the past few weeks. You’ll learn ways to eat more mindfully and the scoop on apple cider vinegar. Plus, get recipes to add strength and build muscle, and check out the award that the Toby Amidor Nutrition Blog recently received! 7 Ways To Eat More Mindfully via–Stop the mad dieting…
    Get Toby’s 10 Surprising Uses For Greek Yogurt!
    Plus, get the Greek Yogurt Substitution Chart, which outlines how to substitute nonfat or low-fat plain Greek yogurt in recipes!