posts by Donna P Feldman MS RDN

Some nukes with your salmon?

Despite all the hype about local foods, for better or worse, we’re now dependent on a global food supply chain.  We have fresh vegetables and herbs all winter.  Olive oil, chocolate, cheese and coffee come from far-flung countries across the oceans.  Barring the occasional outbreak of an infectious disease from contaminated produce, the food import […]

Sushi from grocery

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Lemon cucumbers

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Skipping breakfast does NOT cause heart attacks

Repeat after me: Association Does Not Equal Causation. A study reported this week led directly to these Main Stream Media headlines: Skipping Breakfast Tied to Heart Attack Why is Skipping Breakfast So Bad For Our Heart Health? Skipping Breakfast Could Double Risk for Heart Disease There are plenty more where those came from.  All completely […]

Consumers reject natural Trix

You can lead a kid to natural colors, but you can’t make her eat them. I frequently feel like a nutrition outlier.  I’m all for wholesome food with limited processing and additives.  But I also feel like people have to make their own choices.  I’m sick of self-appointed holier-than-thou Food Nannies nagging consumers about the […]

squash and tomatoes

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