How Your Dinner Plate Can Affect Your Diet

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Beyond ingredients alone, parents need to think about the ways in which the environment impacts children’s associations with food. Eating off of dishes that we find aesthetically pleasing or comforting can set us up for a sense of satisfaction before even taking a bite off our plate – and the same goes for our children.

Diabulimia: Learning More about your Teen and their Type-1 Diabetes Diagnosis

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Diabulimia: Learning More about your Teen and their Type-1 Diabetes Diagnosis By Laura Cipullo and the Laura Cipullo Whole Nutrition Services Team   Diabulimia is an unofficial term, used by both the American Diabetes Association and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, to define a serious condition effecting, but not limited to, adolescent girls diagnosed with type [...]

I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Lycopene!

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You may already know that tomatoes are a rich source of lycopene, but lycopene is also found in guava, papaya, watermelon, grapefruit, and apricots.

Don’t “Defriend” Fat

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In the 70’s, we banned fat. In the 90’s we banned carbs – and neither really worked to improve our lifestyles and relationships with food. But what if we simply had a neutral relationship with food and a positive relationship with eating?