Adapted from Consumer Reports, August 2014
How almond, coconut, hemp, rice, and soy milks compare with dairy
The dairy aisle might seem more crowded lately. Soy milk has been around for years, but “milk” made from nuts, seeds, grains, and coconut are gaining shelf space—and capturing the interest of consumers.
Twenty-one percent of Americans report picking up more milk …
By Lynn Grieger RDN, CDE, CPT, CWC / www.communicatingfoodforhealth.com
Marketed to improve energy, promote weight loss, increase stamina, and boost athletic performance/mental …
By Jill Weisenberger, MS, RD, CDE
One of my biggest pet peeves is hearing people say that white food is bad and white fruits and vegetables aren’t nutrient dense. It’s time to stop judging a food by its color!
Yes, whole-grain bread and brown rice naturally contain more nutrients than white bread and white rice. But white bread and white rice aren’t without nutritional value. …
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