The benefits of omega-9 fatty acids have been in the news. They are non-essential, and our bodies can synthesize them on their own, so they will likely not become as popular a trend as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which are thriving in the...
Food trends are always changing, and Nutrition411 tracks these food trends for you! Here is our list of the top 4 food trends so far of 2018.
Air fryers require 70% to 75% less oil and have made their impact on the fried food world. Do you have one yet?
More recently oats in a cup began popping up all over the place, in the cereal aisle, at the convenience store checkout, and the coffee shops to name a few. Read more about the trend:
RDNs often recommend apple cider vinegar and other vinegars as they offer several health benefits. However, there are new, sweetened vinegars in stores. Are these really healthy for your patients?
Collagen is touted for its anti-inflammatory benefits, skin benefits, and gut health.
People with existing diabetes are twice as likely to get Alzheimer.
No matter what the crisp, anything salty, oily or fried, is a finger licking cardiac trigger.
Don’t forget to familiarize yourself with tools that may help your patients with the accountability they need.