False information is a common occurrence these days, and the world of food is no exception. As a dietitian, I am frequently fielding questions regarding food myths. Following are just a few common food myths, debunked!
Thirty years ago, if you wanted to catch up on the news, you read a daily paper or watched a nightly newscast. Today, the news catches up with us through 24-hour news channels and social media feeds. And most of it seems to be bad news.
Buying organic fruits and vegetables can cost more, but are they worth the extra cost? Boone Hospital Center WELLAWARE registered dietitian Jennifer Tveitnes helps you figure out how to enjoy the benefits of organic produce while minding your grocery budget.
Most people find themselves asking “Should I eat bread?” Boone Hospital WELLAWARE dietetics intern Sherry Mankofsky has the answer.
A healthy, balanced diet isn’t just good for weight loss; it can give you energy, keep your body in good working condition and enhance your workouts. You may have resolved to eat healthier this year but don’t know where to begin or what you really need to do to eat healthy. Boone Hospital WELLAWARE registered dietitians Jennifer Anderson (listed as JA), Kelsie Knerr (KK) and Jennifer Tveitnes (JT) answered our questions.
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