Pot pies as health food

Pot pies aren’t high on my shopping list.  Actually they aren’t anywhere on it.  But I started thinking about them after learning that consumers think pot pies are healthy.  That data comes from a consumer survey done by a large food company.  That company is in the business of making food products that people want […]

Cooking for one: 10 easy ways to add greens

If there’s anything my colleagues all agree on, it’s this: eat more vegetables.  Whether dietitians advocate low fat, Mediterranean, diabetic, lower calorie, gluten-free, vegetarian or even low carb, more vegetables is a universal theme.  Greens are particularly nutritious, but sometimes we get into a rut, thinking they’re just for salads.  It’s easy for some people […]

Is cooking necessary for healthy eating?

It’s 6 o’clock, you just got home after a long day at work, getting yourself and possibly kids out the door, commuting long distances, spending the day at work, and then reversing course in the evening, plus running errands. You’re exhausted, your kids are starving, you’re starving. Do you look forward to spending the next […]

3 Nutrition Myths

https://radionutrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/RNpodcast3myths.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 6:00 — 2.7MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe supply of nutrition myths is endless, and getting more endless everyday.  But there are a few major ones that influence our ideas about food and healthy diet on a daily basis: 1.  You must cook from scratch to […]

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