More than half of American adults drink coffee daily. But how does that caffeine affect us, biologically? It depends on genetics.
Carrie Dennett, MPH, RDN, CD, is a Seattle-based registered dietitian nutritionist, blogger, enthusiastic home cook, vegetable gardener, and caretaker to a golden retriever and three backyard hens. She loves to read, drink coffee, watch movies, do yoga, go on long walks and travel, both locally and abroad.
Be it fear of mercury, fear of cooking fish, or something else, only 1 in 10 Americans are eating the recommended dose of seafood.
Be it due to fear of mercury, fear of cooking fish, or something else, only 1 in 10 Americans are eating the recommended dose of...
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People know vegetables, beans and lentils are good for you. But some are afraid to cook them at home, because they don’t turn out as...
In some allergy sufferers, the immune system confuses pollen proteins with certain food proteins, making allergy symptoms worse or causing oral-allergy syndrome.
Ditch the word ‘diet’: It’s time for a healthier relationship with food and your body | On Nutrition
With summer approaching fast, it’s easy to allow yourself to be seduced by a new diet, but these resources can help you forge a saner...
Even former “clean-eating” champions are backing away. That, and five others, make the list of words nutritionist Carrie Dennett calls “almost profane.”
Seattle has a soda tax up for consideration, with the overall goal to improve health. But would it make a difference?