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People tend to overlook ‘liquid calories,’ particularly those that come from alcoholic beverages – because if you don’t chew, it seems like it doesn’t count. Sadly, that’s not the case.
Let’s face it: if your stomach is rumbling, you should not be the designated driver of a shopping cart. Although we’ve heard it a million times, a new study showed that “Participants who were hungry purchased more high-calorie products.” Specifically, “on average, hungry people purchased 5.7 high-calorie products, while the group that ate before shopping bought 3.9 high-calorie products.” Continue reading
Every 5 years for the past 33 years, our government has released the Dietary Guidelines for Americans to lead us to better food choices for all ages. This year (better late than never) the 2010 Guidelines will be released on Monday, January 31st, leaving us just enough time to make some last minute changes to our Superbowl party menus.
Although we’re not exactly certain about all of the details of the report, I can fill you in on a few of my own assumptions regarding what our scientists and specialists hope will cross your plate. Continue reading
It’s not just baseball players that hope to be safe at the plate. With the holiday season upon up, even those who don’t generally take to the stove will be cookin’ up a storm for families and friends. And with that great power…comes great responsibility.
Although I can’t always guarantee that every one of my dinner guests will rave about every dish I put on the table I can guarantee that my creations are safe to eat. Now that may sound like a ‘duh’ statement, but I have been to houses where I’ve seen some food handling practices that would have deserved a violation if the word ‘restaurant’ was on their door instead of a house number. Continue reading