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High Fructose Corn Syrup – A Sweetener with a BAD RAP!

If you have listened to the mainstream media you may have been misinformed.  HFCS has been labeled “the Devil’s candy,” a “sinister invention,” and “bad for you, crud.” But is it really all thatRead more

The Pumpkin and the Seed

Guest post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist, Beth Card, MS, RD, CD The pumpkin is a giant winter squash that can complement any savory or sweet dish. Unfortunately, pumpkin tends to be underutilized and underappreciated.Read more

Don’t Blame the Salt Shaker!

Have you ever measured your daily intake of salt?  Before you assume you don’t eat too much salt, take a good look at what you’re buying at the grocery store, what you eat out,Read more

Parsley – What’s the Point?

Guest Post by Nutrition Authority’s Executive Chef and Nutritionist – Adam Pazder, RD, CD When I was about 6-years old, my father took a gamble that I was mature enough to attend dinner atRead more

Food for Healthy Glowing Skin

Guest Post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist Beth Card, MS, RD, CD Antioxidants Antioxidants like vitamins A, C, E, and Zinc are essential in protecting the body against free radicals that damage healthy cells. BetaRead more

Healthy Food, Healthy Mouth

Guest Post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist, Carol White, MS, RD, CD Keeping your teeth healthy and strong is one of the best things you can do to ensure well-being throughout your life. I betRead more

Delicious Autumn!

Guest post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist Adam Pazder, RD, CD, Executive Chef “Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seekingRead more

Get Your Greens

A Guest Post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist, Beth Card – MS, RD, CD Greens are a super food. The term “greens” describes any leafy, dark green vegetable which includes kale, chard, collard greens, mustardRead more

Got GERD? Heartburn Essentials

Despite the name, heartburn has nothing to do with the heart.  Heartburn is an irritation of the esophagus that is caused by stomach acid. Often this creates a burning discomfort in the upper abdomenRead more

Bone Broth for Better Flavor and Health

A guest post by Nutrition Authority Nutritionist –  Carol White, MS, RD, CD Broth is an ingredient commonly used in kitchens all over the world for making delicious soups, sauces, and gravies, and forRead more