February 2019 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members:
Table of Contents:
- Read-offline PDF
- Research update for professionals
- White label newsletter (.docx)
- Shareable articles and handouts
- Graphic of the month
- Special member-only discounts
Here's the entire PDF edition of the February 2019 newsletter, ready for you to download to read offline, print for your next meeting or presentation, or distribute however you see fit!
- Research Update: Does “Food Insecurity” Promote Obesity? by James J. Kenney, PhD, FACN
- White Label Newsletter: Here's the Microsoft Word version of the February 2019 newsletter that you can distribute as your own. You can even add your logo! This is perfect to copy into emails, blogs, newsletters, and handouts.
Article Links to Share with Your Clients:
- Sandwich Dinner Plate by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- Salmon and Mashed Lentils by Judy Doherty, BS, PC II
- Is Farmed Salmon Healthful? by Jill Weisenberger, MS, RDN, CDE, CHWC, FAND
- Want to Eat More Produce? Consider Where You Put It by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD
- Pomegranates: Delicious Sources of Antioxidants by Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDE, CPT, CHWC
- New Qualified Health Claim for Food Labels by Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDE, CPT, CHWC (BONUS infographic!)
- What Do You Know About Added Fiber? by Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD
Graphic of the Month:
This newsletter features ideas and news to help your clients. The first recipe can be made mostly from items found in a small family store in a very urban area. Most people think of these areas as food deserts, but they are actually thriving with ethnic restaurants and small local stores. I, Judy, visited them for over a month while working on an assignment in Brooklyn. I was surprised to find them full of beans, boxes of grains, and some produce, and so I began research to bring the first recipe. The second recipe uses salmon along with a roasted orange to make an easy, nutritious dinner that is out of this world. Jill teamed up with me to make sure salmon is safe. Finally, Dr. Kenney defines “bingeing” with the hopes that all communities can receive proper help!
Stephanie Ronco has been editing for Food and Health Communications since 2011. She graduated from Colorado College magna cum laude with distinction in Comparative Literature. She was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa in 2008.