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What’s For Dinner?

AMY GARDNER / May 8, 2012

Jackie Ballou, MS, RD Eating dinner as a family holds benefits that go beyond nutrition.  Kids who eat more family meals at home are more apt to have better quality diets than those who eat more meals out.  Research shows...

BPA Alert!

AMY GARDNER / November 15, 2011

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type...

Is Your Toddler Getting Enough Iron?

AMY GARDNER / July 26, 2011

Iron is an essential nutrient for toddlers.  Yet, it’s often deficient in their diets.  Unfortunately, the foods toddlers typically prefer (i.e. crackers, yogurt, cheese and fruit) are not great sources of iron.  A pediatrician recently mentioned that many parents misperceive milk as...

What is a CSA?

AMY GARDNER / May 2, 2011

Spring is here and with it, come farmers markets and fresh produce.  Now is the time to look into joining a CSA.  If you’d like to join a CSA but don’t know much about it, read on. “CSA” or Community Shared...

Sweet Enemy: Is Sugar Toxic?

AMY GARDNER / April 19, 2011

A couple days after watching Jamie Oliver pour 57 tons of sugar into a school bus indicating how much students in a particular LA school district get from flavored milk each week, my friend sent me the following article discussing Robert Lustig’s lecture “Sugar: The...