Nutrition Blog Archive Results

August 8, 2007

Summer’s Fleeting Flavor

My peer, the always inquisitive Jeannie Houchins, MA, RD, has been making the most of the dog days of summer. I thought you’d enjoy her insights about the goodies that await at your local farmer’s market… It’s August and summer is in its prime. This also means that you have a short window to taste [...]

Posted in: Eco-Nutrition
July 31, 2007

Baby Boom

Everywhere you turn, there seems to be baby news. From the cover of People magazine to the pages of major dailies, babies (and their expectant mothers) are making headlines. That’s because babies are big business. The maternity-clothes industry rakes in nearly $200,000,000 annually; layettes, cribs, baby carriages, baths, feeding accessories and toiletries gross half a [...]

Posted in: Nutrition, Wellness/Health
July 24, 2007

Gone but not Forgotten

Sometimes, I get so caught up in work, that I lose sight of what’s really important. It’s only when I get away from everything and sometimes everyone that I’m reminded of my priorities and that life can be richly rewarding without having access to my e-mail, voice mail, text messages, instant messages, e-vites, HGTV, iPod [...]

Posted in: Cooking, Eco-Nutrition
June 26, 2007

Knowledge is Power

I believe in sharing. Sharing information. Sharing resources. Sharing memorable moments. And when you think about it. Cooking is sharing. You might be preparing a family recipe, handed-down from Grandma; you might be sending a friend to a helpful website to find a recipe worth trying, or you might be preparing a meal that will [...]

Posted in: Cooking
June 21, 2007

Fat Menus Don’t Make Skinny Customers

Last week, I was traveling (hence my lapse in posting an entry), but it was precisely that trip which inspired today’s log. . . Believe it or not, I took a few days off to enjoy some sunshine and sport fishing in the Florida Keys. There, I had high hopes of catching Mahi Mahi, Red [...]

Posted in: Policy