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NutritionFacts.org Blog

Everything on the NutritionFacts.org website is free. There are no ads. There are no corporate sponsorships. To remain free of conflicts of interest, we chose to adopt a Wikipedia-type model where users make donations to support the public service we provide. NutritionFacts.org is a labor of love—a tribute to Dr. Greger’s grandmother whose own life was saved by improving her diet.Learn More>>

healthline

It’s easy to get confused when it comes to health and nutrition. Even qualified experts often seem to hold opposing opinions, which can make it difficult to figure out what you should actually be doing to optimize your health.Learn More>>

Nutrition Stripped


It’s not uncommon to feel out of control around certain foods. Maybe it’s a particular category of foods, like sweets and treats during the holidays. Or maybe there’s a certain pasta dish you always seem to overeat without intentionally doing so.Learn More>>

The Beachbody Blog


One of the best set-it-and-forget-it meal prep saviors of all the kitchen appliances, the slow cooker has a kitschy vibe now. Your mom had it right when she dumped ingredients in the slow cooker and let them simmer all day. There’s no meal more comforting on a cool night than slow cooker soup — but there are a few tips and tricks to getting it just right.Learn More>>

World Health Organization


A healthy diet helps to protect against malnutrition in all its forms, as well as noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), including such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancer. Unhealthy diet and lack of physical activity are leading global risks to health. Healthy dietary practices start early in life – breastfeeding fosters healthy growth and improves cognitive development, and may have longer term health benefits such as reducing the risk of becoming overweight or obese and developing NCDs later in life.Learn More>>

Precision Nutrition


“As a trainer, therapist, health coach, or dietitian, you probably see your clients more than most physicians see their patients. That extra time allows you to build rapport and trust—critical components for helping clients get unstuck. Now here’s something you might not know:
That rapport and trust could make you a seriously great sleep coach.”Learn More>>

Real Mom Nutrition


“What’s a healthy breakfast for teens?
Satisfying: Protein, fat, and fiber all help breakfast have staying power and last them until lunch.
Bone-building: Teens have higher calcium needs in this intense period of growth and change. Sources like dairy and fortified non-dairy milk, yogurt, fortified OJ, fortified cereal, and cheese can help them get what they need.
Fast & easy: Kids don’t have a lot of time on weekdays, so if it’s not easy (and preferably portable) it may not get eaten. Consider making breakfast items in bulk on the weekend. Ideally, have your teen help or even take the lead!
Key nutrients: Teens need nutrients for the major growth and development that’s happening. Here are some they may be lacking, and some breakfast foods that contain them:
Iron (girls): Fortified cereal, beans
Protein (girls): Yogurt, beans, nut butter
Folate (girls): Enriched grains, spinach, oranges, bananas
Vitamin B6 (girls): Cottage cheese, chickpeas
Vitamin B12 (girls): Milk, yogurt, smoked salmon
Phosphorus (girls & boys): Yogurt, cheese, cashews
Magnesium (girls & boys): Chia seeds, almonds, edamame, peanut butter
Choline (girls & boys): Eggs, beef, beans,
Fiber (girls & boys): Whole grains, oats, fruits and vegetables”Learn More>>

Nutrition Diva

“There’s been a lot of buzz in the food and nutrition industry this month over a newly released food scoring system developed by researchers at Tufts University, called the Food Compass.We’ve seen scoring systems like this come and go in the past. Perhaps you remember seeing star-ratings or stop-light colors attached to shelves in grocery stores. The goal of these systems is to give consumers a quick and easy way to assess the healthfulness of foods.Of course, simplicity always comes with a cost. Food is complex stuff and the ways in which it affects our bodies are even more complex. Trying to reduce these impacts to a simple score is always going to end up being, well, reductionist. In any event, I’m not sure that these scoring systems have ever made a lasting impact on buying behavior.”Learn More>>

Diet spot light

“At Diet Spotlight you’ll discover the insights and tools to help you in your pursuit of health, wellness and sustainable weight loss. The blog was founded in 2008, and they have since grown into a trusted resource for tens of millions of women and men around the world.Their blog is an extensive library of engaging and long-form articles. Their pieces cite multiple authoritative sources, are reviewed for accuracy and incorporate direct quotes from nutritionists and dietitians.Diet Spotlight also features over 100,000 comments and questions, many of them user generated, across a range of topics related to weight loss and nutrition. They do moderate, and occasionally edit, the comments they receive.”Learn More>>

UM Nutrition Blog


“Hum’s mission is to become the best beauty and nutrition business in the world. They achieve this by connecting you with a free personal nutritionist, who will review your information to create your free personal profile and products that are rooted in science.Depending on your needs, their nutritionists suggest micronutrients that help you support your health & beauty goals. All this happens online and to make your life easier, they ship personalized vitamins, minerals and botanicals right to your doorstep.”Learn More>>

Nourish Holistic Nutrition

“Certified Holistic Nutritionist Anne Baker helps people with chronic health issues reclaim their good health. She believes in finding and addressing the cause of your health problems while helping her clients avoid prescription medications that just treat symptoms.Her therapeutic nutrition plans are built around using safe foods, targeted nutrients and lifestyle changes to bring the body back to health. Anne works with people across North America and Canada through virtual phone and Skype appointments.Certified Holistic Nutritionist Anne Baker helps people with chronic health issues reclaim their good health. She believes in finding and addressing the cause of your health problems while helping her clients avoid prescription medications that just treat symptoms.Her therapeutic nutrition plans are built around using safe foods, targeted nutrients and lifestyle changes to bring the body back to health. Anne works with people across North America and Canada through virtual phone and Skype appointments.Certified Holistic Nutritionist Anne Baker helps people with chronic health issues reclaim their good health. She believes in finding and addressing the cause of your health problems while helping her clients avoid prescription medications that just treat symptoms.Her therapeutic nutrition plans are built around using safe foods, targeted nutrients and lifestyle changes to bring the body back to health. Anne works with people across North America and Canada through virtual phone and Skype appointments.”Learn More>>

Kara Lydon


“Kara is a registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor and registered yoga teacher who wants to help you learn to love food again.Her blog, The Foodie Dietitian, is a place of food celebration. Through delicious, nourishing recipes, mindfulness inspiration and intuitive eating tips, her blog is meant to inspire you to stop looking at food through a lens of fear and instead look at food through a lens of joy.Be sure to sign up for her email updates to stay up-to-date on her weekly blog posts, monthly newsletter and exclusive coaching and product discounts!”Learn More>>

Nutrition Twins


“Tammy Lakatos Shames and Lyssie Lakatos are nationally recognized registered dietician nutritionists and personal trainers. With 15 years of experience, Tammy and Lyssie have helped thousands of clients boost their energy naturally, get healthier, be happier, and reach tip-top shape.The pair was voted among the Top 20 Nutrition Experts to Follow on Twitter by the Huffington Post, and they were named a Top Influencer on Pinterest with nearly 4 million followers.”Learn More>>

True Nutrition Community

True nutrition is a company that manufactures diverse nutritional supplements. They are focused on the quality of their products by only sourcing raw ingredients that pass through the most rigorous of standards. Since quality is so important to them, they third-party tests all of their products to verify the value they offer to their customers. If you’re looking for a no-BS approach to sports nutrition, then True Nutrition is your best bet. Learn More>>

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


Information includes daily tips to improve diet quality, resources for nutrition information, fact sheets on many nutrition related topics, and a search engine to locate a dietitian. Nutrition information is also provided in Spanish.Learn More>>

FDA Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

FDA has issued updated advice about eating fish that incorporates the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025. This advice can help those who might become or are pregnant or breastfeeding as well as parents and caregivers who are feeding children make informed choices when it comes to the types of fish that are nutritious and safe to eat.Learn More>>

Nutrition.gov


Nutrition.gov is a USDA-sponsored website that offers credible information to help you make healthful eating choices.Learn More>>

Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation


“Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was created on 1 October 2019 following the merger of two adult acute Trusts, Aintree University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.The merging of the two organisations was integral to regional NHS plans to deliver improved quality of care and to make changes in existing care models.”Learn More>>

Nourished Kitchen


The Nourished Kitchen is a community-based website which focuses on the development of healthy habits in the home. It provides information on how to save money while shopping for healthy foods, how to plan meals, and how to raise a family with healthy eating habits. The site’s methodology is primarily based around having a friendly and knowledgeable community available for mutural support as needed; there is a newsletter, and it is possible to discuss different ideas with other members, to help work out any particularly troublesome issues.Learn More>>

Boulder Nutrition

“Whatever you are facing in your health and body and wherever you are in your journey, you have landed in the right place to make peace with your plate and reclaim your health through total food and body freedom.I’m Sue: Founder of Boulder Nutrition, functional nutritionist, food psychology specialist, leadership mentor, author and featured health writer for the Chopra Center.I use a powerful combination of science-based testing, clinical nutrition, food psychology, metabolic typing, mind-body connection and my signature methodology so that you can transform your health and your life!”Learn More>>

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