Phil Lempert discusses the results of a recent study examining the relationship between lunch time duration and fruit and vegetable consumption in school-age children.
Lisa Andrews MEd, RD, LD, discusses the many benefits of yoga, including stress and anxiety reduction, mindful eating, and effects on sleep, blood pressure, digestion, and overall quality of life.
Anne Danahy, MS, RDN, writes about the symptoms of depression, the current literature that supports a healthy diet for reducing depressive symptoms, and how improving one’s diet can go a long way toward managing symptoms of depression.
Created by the Johns Hopkins’ Alliance for a Healthier World, the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), and the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the Dashboard compiles food systems data from over 35 sources and it displays a complete picture of over 230 countries food systems and enables government officials, policy makers, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and others to see what is and is not working across the supply chain.
While overall the report offers a report card ranking for the global food system as “grave concern,” it also offers a plan to rebuild all types of food production across the globe.
In this commentary published in partnership with Dietician Pros, Anne Danahy, MS, RDN, discusses the many (non-cardiovascular) benefits of following a Mediterranean diet.
The center is part of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station under the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and has locations in Bridgeton, Piscataway and Bordentown.
Phil Lempert from the Supermarket Guru describes a new trend of removing cartoon characters from kids’ cereal packages, repositioning cereals that are high in sugars on the bottom shelves in grocery stores, and highlighting them as high in sugars with shelf signs.
A new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found that kids who watched a child-oriented cooking show featuring healthy food were 2.7 times more likely to make a healthy food choice than those who watched a different episode of the same show featuring unhealthy food.
Food & Wine asked celebrity chefs and other food service pundits for their predictions of this year's food trends.