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To Try or Not to Try: Atkins

This post is part of the “To Try or Not to Try” blog series. Written by a registered dietitian (RD) or dietetic intern, each post explores the claims and science surrounding a different dietary pattern or trend. After compiling this research, each RD or RD2be gave the diet a grade based on whether it appears… Continue reading To Try or Not to Try: Atkins

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To Try or Not to Try: Ketogenic Diet

This post is part of the “To Try or Not to Try” blog series. Written by a registered dietitian (RD) or dietetic intern, each post explores the claims and science surrounding a different dietary pattern or trend. After compiling this research, each RD or RD2be gave the diet a grade based on whether it appears… Continue reading To Try or Not to Try: Ketogenic Diet

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To Try or Not to Try: Gluten-Free

This post is part of the “To Try or Not to Try” blog series. Written by a registered dietitian (RD) or dietetic intern, each post explores the claims and science surrounding a different dietary pattern or trend. After compiling this research, each RD or RD2be gave the diet a grade based on whether it appears… Continue reading To Try or Not to Try: Gluten-Free

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Back to Basics: Dietary Fiber

This post is part of a blog series called “Back to Basics.” This series aims to combat the confusion exacerbated by flashy headlines and social media over what constitutes a nutritious diet by providing simple, sound nutritional science. It emphasizes that the concepts of a nutritious diet haven’t changed dramatically over the years but have… Continue reading Back to Basics: Dietary Fiber

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Evaluating Nutrition Information When the Science is Constantly Evolving

Some food for thought: humans have succeeded at putting a man on the moon multiple times, explaining the physics of faraway stars and black holes, and figuring out how to access the internet in the palms of our hands. Yet, we still have not fully answered nutritional science questions such as: How do we most… Continue reading Evaluating Nutrition Information When the Science is Constantly Evolving

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An Open Letter from Your Body

Despite all of the evidence stacked against dieting, it is still promoted in so many different manifestations. Diets, meal plans, and food rules are so alluring because they are often sold with a promise of happiness, acceptance, control, and success. In reality, nutritious, health-promoting dietary patterns look different for all people, but they all possess… Continue reading An Open Letter from Your Body

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Thoughts on “Low-Carb” Diets

Recently, I’ve received a lot of questions about eating for exercise, most involving protein – how much to eat, when to eat it, the best protein supplements, etc. Most people are surprised to hear that while protein is certainly an important piece of the puzzle, the main nutrition component to consider for exercise is carbohydrates.… Continue reading Thoughts on “Low-Carb” Diets