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Good Sense Eating

Got nutrition? Tips for handling picky eaters

Good Sense Eating: What can you do if you suspect your child has avoidant or restrictive food intake disorder? Read more…

Give thanks for superfoods

Good Sense Eating: Many of us groan at the possible calorie disaster if we overeat our Thanksgiving meal, but many of the items on the table can be considered nutrient-rich superfoods. Read more…

Spooked by Halloween candy?

Good Sense Eating: This expert weighs in on why it could be healthier to be less dramatic about sweets consumption. Read more…

Chew, chew!: Get back on the nutrition track

Good Sense Eating: Here are eight ways to help busy parents plan healthy meals, so children can do their best in the classroom. Read more…

Conventional or grass-fed beef?

Good Sense Eating: What’s the difference between the various of labels on beef? Read more…

Kick the competition with nutrition

Good Sense Eating: Eating well may give your athlete an edge on the field. Read more…

Save the vitamins!

Good Sense Eating: The methods used to store, prepare, and cook can all impact a food’s nutrient profile. Here are some ways to maximize the nutritional quality of your family’s food. Read more…

‘In the mood’ food

Good Sense Eating: Couples looking to spice up their love life have long turned to candlelight, romantic music, and a bottle of wine. But can the menu serve as an aphrodisiac as well? Read more…

Bite into sprouted grains

Good Sense Eating: Sprouted grains, said to have significant health benefits, are making their way into bread, cereal, pasta, and snack chips. Read more…

The ABCs of GMOs: Cause for concern?

Good Sense Eating: There’s poor public understanding of the science behind genetically modified organisms. Read more…
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