2019 was a great year on the Food and Health Communications website. We featured many new topics and trends in health, food, nutrition, and sustainability with hundreds of thousands of readers served! Here are the best articles of the year based on reader popularity: Here are the highlights, in...

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What are your resolutions for the new year? What are your clients planning on doing to improve their health? Here at Food and Health Communications, we want to make setting and achieving your goals as easy as possible. That's why we've developed so many great resources just for you. Today we'd like to highlight a few of our favorites, all of which will help you and your clients make and keep your 2013 resolutions.

December 2019 for Premium Food and Health Communication Members: Table of Contents: Read-offline PDF newsletter Research update for professionals White label newsletter (.docx) Shareable articles and handouts Graphic of the month Special member-only discounts Read-Offline PDF: Here's the entire PDF edition of the December 2019 newsletter, ready for you to download to re... You are unauthorized ... December 2019

Despite the popular keto craze, don’t be a tater hater. There are a million reasons why potatoes can be part of a healthy diet. In addition to being a good source of potassium and vitamin C, potatoes also provide fiber to help curb your appetite. It’s fine to eat...

Cabbage is one of the least expensive, most versatile vegetables around. With so many varieties to choose from, you’ll have multiple ways to enjoy this cancer-fighting hero. Since cabbage is often harvested in late summer/fall, it’s a great time of year to try a few new dishes. Here are...