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Trending Now: Nutrition Facts and Fads

Nutrition and wellness trends are ubiquitous, and the list of new diets and superfoods seems to grow daily. We take pride in educating our clients on the science behind nutrition and love answering questions about nutrition news. Read along to learn about the hottest trends in nutrition and why they may or may not be helpful...Read More ›

Tips for Ditching Sweetened Beverages

In the last decade, our understanding of sugar-sweetened beverages, such as soda and juice, have evolved. Numerous studies have shown a link between the intake of sugar-sweetened beverages and increased risk for obesity and cardiovascular disease. As a result, artificial sweeteners, or non-nutritive sweeteners, have become more popular. Typically used in diet sodas, teas, juices, sports...Read More ›

8 Must-Have Snacks for Every Office

Did you know? FEED Nutrition Consulting offers much more than private consultations including pantry rehabs, grocery store tours, speaking engagements, and most recently, corporate wellness. We believe health and nutrition extends well beyond the home and love helping our corporate clients create a healthier workplace for every employee. From workshops and group sessions to individualized, on-site...Read More ›

FEED Turns 10!

FEED turned 10 years old this month! Read on for a Q&A with FEED founder Lara Field on how she got started and learn what has kept FEED going for so many years:   Why did you become a dietitian? Growing up in the suburbs of Chicago in the 1980s, our family meals were paramount. I...Read More ›

Meet FEED’s Newest Team Member: Jacqui Taub, MSW, LCSW

FEED continues to grow and we are excited to offer our clients new services as we expand our practice.  We would like to introduce and welcome our newest team member, Jacqui Taub, MSW, LCSW. Read on for Jacqui’s complete bio and learn more about the experience and offerings she brings to FEED! Jacqui is a...Read More ›

Eat Seasonably – CHERRIES

Cherries are a sweet stone fruit that are only in season for a short time in the summer months. Available in many shades of purple and red, cherries are high in fiber, Vitamin C and potassium. They also have anti-inflammatory polyphenols and carotenoids – agents that may ward off diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and...Read More ›

Baby Food for Adults?

Baby food isn’t normally something you’d picture an adult reaching for as a meal of choice. That is, unless you’re a mom trying to get your infant to eat their food, or you’re recovering from dental surgery. Read more to learn FEED founder and registered dietitian, Lara Field‘s perspective on this interesting diet choice for...Read More ›

Fiber 101: What Is It and What Are the Best Sources?

Check out FEED founder Lara Field’s suggestions on how to increase fiber in your diet featured in Aaptiv!  

Healthy Holiday Gift Guide 2017

The holiday season is synonymous with celebrations and indulging. While we agree a little mindful indulgence is welcome this time of year, we are always looking for easy ways to fit a bit more healthy into the holidays. This year, we are sharing some of our favorite things in our healthy holiday gift guide. Whether...Read More ›