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Diets and Dieting

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  • Raw food chef Matthew Kenney on why movement has struggled

    Raw food chef Matthew Kenney on why movement has struggled
    Vegetarian is hot. Vegan is even hotter. But what about raw diets, the extreme and sometimes labor-intensive end of the healthy eating spectrum? That's much cooler. By design. It also can be off-putting. For mere mortals unable or unwilling to hire...
  • Environmental Nutrition: Make your diet more nutrient-dense

    Environmental Nutrition: Make your diet more nutrient-dense
    Environmental Nutrition When you turn over a packaged product in the grocery store to read the nutritional breakdown, it's tempting to look at the calories first. We've been bombarded for years with messages that calories count most when it comes to...
  • Report on dietary guidelines contains some surprises

    Go ahead, have that third cup of coffee today and enjoy some eggs. Consuming the two may not be all too concerning, according to a new report on dietary guidelines. The report released Thursday was issued by an advisory committee that makes...
  • How to convert your diet to Paleo and lose weight

    Eat like a caveman. That's the thrust of the trendy Paleo style of eating. At its core, the Paleo diet is devoid of all processed foods, refined sugars and dairy. In theory, it is supposed to mirror the way Stone Age hunter-gathers ate. The diet has been...
  • Why carbs don't deserve rap as new diet villain

    It's become popular to think of foods as either good or bad, something to eat or something to avoid. Carbohydrates, which had their moment as a good food back when fat was the bad guy, are now being blamed in part for the epidemic of obesity, diabetes and...
  • Quinn on Nutrition: Multiple choices from 2015 Dietary Guidelines

    It's snowing in Denver. And I'm at the airport, wondering if I'll make it home tonight. So naturally, I roam around and look for something to eat. What an opportune time to think about a new report just released by the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory...
  • Go fry an egg! Lehigh Valley nutritionist explains new thinking about eggs and cholesterol

    Eggs are bad. That's what we've been told for years — that they are loaded with artery-clogging cholesterol and fat, and should be eaten sparingly. Now, there are some big cracks developing in that thinking. The nation's top nutritional advisory...
  • Heart Month tips to eat better

    Heart Month tips to eat better
    Large portions. Fruit juice. Sugar. How about none of the above, according to Nicole Marchand, registered dietitian at West Boca Medical Center and in private practice at Healthy Steps Nutrition in Pompano Beach. Especially during National Heart Month...
  • U.S. poised to withdraw longstanding warnings about cholesterol in diet

    The nation's top nutrition advisory panel has decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-laden food, a move that could undo almost 40 years of government warnings about its consumption. The group's finding that cholesterol in the diet need...
  • Jerry Zezima: Beer with me as I try to to follow these diets

    According to an old saying, you are what you eat. Since I am full of baloney, I eat what I am. Unfortunately, I don't know what to eat these days especially bologna, which means I am out to lunch because I am on three different diets. This has nothing...
  • New government dietary guidelines will drop cholesterol warnings

    New government dietary guidelines will drop cholesterol warnings
    The nation’s top nutrition advisory panel has decided to drop its caution about eating cholesterol-laden food, a move that could undo almost 40 years of government warnings about its consumption, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. The group&...