Tagged "activism"

It’s Time for an R.D. Revolution
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A few weeks ago, Andy Bellatti created Dietitians for Professional Integrity, advocating for greater financial transparency as well as ethical, socially responsible, and relevant corporate sponsorships within the Academy. Here’s why.

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Posted In: Happening Now
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An Introduction to HealthCorps (and Enchiladas con Salsa Verde)
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HealthCorps® was co-founded by heart surgeon and Emmy Award-winning talk show host Dr. Mehmet Oz and his wife Lisa to build a movement to fight the childhood obesity crisis.

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Posted In: Entrees, Happening Now, Sauces, Salsas, & Condiments
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Day 20: Bee Safe! A Tale of Tainted Honey & How to Avoid It
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Any number of products including corn syrup, rice, or barely products are combined to create “funny honey.”

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Posted In: Happening Now
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Day 8, Part 2: Zombies, Processed Foods, and the Advertising-Consumption Cycle
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When selling processed foods, almost all major food companies use a transparently simple, three-step business model based almost totally on advertising.

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Posted In: Thoughts & Observations
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October Unprocessed 2011
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Together, let’s see how many people we can get to eat no processed foods whatsoever during the month of October.

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Posted In: Happening Now
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How To Change The World (even if you’re not a food blogger)
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Change happens on multiple levels and from all directions, and I believe that every action — and every interaction — can make a cumulative difference. It’s not about subject matter, expertise, or even a specific topic. It’s all a matter of style.

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Posted In: Thoughts & Observations
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I turned 35 today…
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…which also means that Eating Rules turned one today! A lot has happened in the past twelve months.

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