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Shame On You: Olive Garden, TGI Friday's, Applebee's, Outback Steakhouse, and New York City Wendy's by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:53pm Sneaky, sneaky, sneaky. Many chain restaurants -- who have standardized recipes that call for an exact amount of certain ingredients every single time the dish is served -- offer nutrition information on their websites. No matter how heinous their offerings -- think 10 grams of trans fat in a serving of large fries, in som ... Read on »
Easy Low Cal Dinner Recipe by Linda Posted Wed 28 Jul 2010 12:00am If you are busy and need ideas for dinner, here is an easy recipe to make. It is low calorie and high protein. You can substitute any crumbled or shredded cheese for the goat cheese. Broccoli and Goat Cheese Souffle Makes: 4- 10 oz. servings Ingredients 1 1/2 cup(s) finely chopped brocco ... Read on »
Low-Cal, Nutrient Foods Make Your Heart Younger, Study Shows by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:13pm Well, we already know that we shouldn't pig out on bad foods, but now a new study shows that if we eat a nutritionally balanced low-calorie diet our hearts actually get younger, according to a new study from investigators at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis! Indeed, cutting out empty-calorie, low-quality processed, refin ... Read on »
Calorie Counting and the Blurry Grey Line. by Emily Malone Posted Tue 04 Jan 2011 6:30pm Another day, another meal.  It’s funny how trends and popular ideas seem to spread like wildfire across the internet.  One day we’re all baking our kale, and the next we are clearing chia seeds off the shelves.  I’ve noticed a new trend in health and fitness blogs lately that has had me thinking.  There is a lot of negative connotation sur ... Read on »
chicken with olives and carrots by Angela M. Fals, MD, FAAP Medical Doctor Posted Thu 21 May 2009 11:26pm mtzis pleased to announce that it will now be expanding its posts to include easy-to-make healthy recipes for families!   We will still be presenting you with the latest health information on obesity and weight management but we thought we would intermittently share another one of our interests with you... cooking for the family!  If you ... Read on »
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution: SEASON FINALE- "Anarchy in Brown Paper Bags" by fosterfitness Posted Mon 26 Apr 2010 12:00am The American Revolution lasted from 1763 until 1781. The French Revolution was from 1789-1799. Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution? Six episodes. Yes, season one of the Food Revolution is only six glorious, hour-long episodes documenting Jamie's three month stint in Huntington, WV to get people on the right track with their kids eating habits. ... Read on »
In The News: The Dark Side of Calorie Labeling? by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 4:06pm How is this for an interesting spin on calorie labeling? "After students and parents raised concerns about displayed calorie counts leading to or worsening eating disorders, Harvard University Dining Services removed the index cards detailing nutritional information from dining halls this year," CNN.com reports. Interestingly, Harvard was ... Read on »
In The News: The Dark Side of Calorie Labeling? by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:01pm How is this for an interesting spin on calorie labeling? “After students and parents raised concerns about displayed calorie counts leading to or worsening eating disorders, Harvard University Dining Services removed the index cards detailing nutritional information from dining halls this year,” CNN.com reports. Interestingly, Harvard wa ... Read on »
A Receipt That Shows All Your Macros, Calories and Gives Health Advice – Brilliant or Frightening? [What I'm Eating These by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Wed 05 Jun 2013 2:01am Jelly Bean’s signature “disapproving” face – made even better by the fact that she is wearing her underpants on her head. This is what happens when you keep little kids in the car too long… There was a time when this would have been my ultimate health-nut-on-a-mission dream. Ladies and Gents, meet Nutricate: Why yes I ... Read on »
Bylines: San Francisco Chronicle (Sugars) and Newsweek (Calories) by Dr. Marion Nestle Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 03 May 2010 7:43am Two articles I’ve written are in journals this week: a short one in Newsweek (!) and my monthly Food Matters column in the San Francisco Chronicle. New York’s Calorie Counts: A Good National Model ( Newsweek , April 30 online and May 10 in print) The new health-care law contains an overlooked boost for nutritionists like me: by next ... Read on »