Food and Health, Prevention

The 2015-2020 United States Dietary Guidelines for Americans (USDG) recommended limiting consumption of red meat. The USDG suggested that both processed and unprocessed meat be limited to approximately 1 weekly serving (1). However, a recent article in the October 2019 Annals of Internal Medicine evaluated four systematic reviews that...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

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the dressing you pour on your salad can add a lot of unexpected calories, fat, sugar, and more! Take a look inside to see how your favorite dressing compares to the others...
Food and Health, Prevention

We’ve been told to avoid red meat and instead choose white meat to lower our cholesterol levels and reduce risk of cardiovascular disease. A new study is the first to delve further into the red meat/white meat recommendations, attempting to identify which specific aspects of red meat lead to increased risk...
Prevention

The 2015 US Dietary Guidelines (USDG) dropped any limit on dietary cholesterol intake (1). This resulted in a change in dietary advice from those who used the USDG decision to drop limits on dietary cholesterol, which has been good for America’s egg industry but is unlikely to be good...
Food and Health, Prevention

I’m often asked these questions, and I bet you’ve thought about them yourself: Which is better for my heart – margarine or butter? What type of cooking oil should I use for a heart healthy diet? What is the latest guideline on eggs? Why do guidelines on margarine, butter,...