Now that's it's already September (!) I want to take a quick look back at the top 5 most popular posts from this past summer.
Have you shared the resources below with your clients?
Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD covers the role of protein in nutrition, different types of protein powder, how they're made, their impact on health, and even "wheys" to use various protein powders. The post comes with a printable handout you can distribute however you'd like
Post #4: Chicken Power Bowl
This recipe uses brown rice, fresh tomatoes and kale, strips of chicken, avocado, and big dollops of black bean dip to make a tasty dinner, and it was a smash hit. It has since been used in cooking demonstrations, email blasts, and even a few newsletters.
Post #3: BLTA Salad
Here was another of our most popular recipes ever! It uses just a little bit of bacon to make all of these veggies irresistible. (Remember, you can print handouts from all our recipe posts).
Post #2: Nutritional Needs in Times of Stress
The runner-up for most popular post of the summer is this fantastic guide from Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, LD. It features a handout, 6 Ways to Deal with Stress, but that's not all. The post also explores the link between food and mood, a possible connection between produce and optimism, and ways to use nutrition to alleviate stress. It's a great research review, and I think you'll really like it.
And finally, without further ado, I'd like to present the most popular post of the summer...
Post #1: Micronutrient Review
This post wraps up the Vital Micronutrients series with a comprehensive review. It explores nutrients, both macronutrients and micronutrients, then goes into detail about the six most essential micronutrients for the American population.
And do you want to know the best part? There are links to 9 different handouts that you can download and use right away!
There's still time to make the most of these amazing resources. And please, let me know, what would you most like to see for fall?
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.