Huffington Post, 3/6/15 Authored by Dr. David Katz, he elaborates on a recent article from Bloomberg (that featured Kellogg’s) questioning the health effects of cereal.
Slate, 3/6/15 This article is an adaptation from the book Vitamania: Our obsessive quest for nutritional perfection by Catherine Price. She talks about the history of vitamin deficiency and fortification.
Yahoo Health, 3/6/15 Advice from Yuri Elkaim, holistic health nutritionist recommends no sugar, caffeine and gluten in the diet.
The Atlantic, 2/24/15 Reporter talks about latest New England Journal of Medicine study on peanut allergies More than 500 infants at high risk for peanut allergy were randomly assigned to receive peanut products (consumption group) or to avoid them (avoidance group). Overall, the prevalence of peanut allergy in the peanut-avoidance group was 17.2 percent as […]
Medical Daily, 2/25/15 Obesity may be caused by the additive that lurks in many of our favorite foods
Agri Pulse, 2/25/15 Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack assured lawmakers he would be personally involved in writing the government’s new dietary guidelines and indicated he would keep them narrowly focused on nutrition.
NPR The Salt, 2/25/15 Jenna Weiler, a farmer and food entrepreneur from Michigan, has a Kickstarter underway to raise money for Tater Tats, a temporary vegetable tattoo business.
Reuters, 2/25/15 Additives in common items may actually promote the inflammatory bowel diseases colitis and Crohn’s disease.
The Atlantic, 2/26/15 The recently released book – Vitamania is gaining traction and in this interview with the author – questions like whether humans need supplements if they’re getting nutrients from foods and if over-fortification is an issue are discussed.
NPR The Salt, 2/26/15 Meat and dairy are under fire for being less than sustainable food sources. Will the government change their recommendations to save the planet?