Current research shows that more than 1 in 3 adults live with heart disease. In addition to being the first and fifth leading causes of death, heart disease and stroke result in serious illness, decreased quality of life, and have a dramatic impact on health care costs. Strategies to improve heart health include modifying lifestyle […]
What’s in your Pantry? We believe healthy eating begins in the home. One of the most important keys to achieving a healthy lifestyle is establishing simple, sustainable habits and having a well-stocked pantry can be the first step in that direction. Surprisingly, WHAT you have on hand can matter as much as WHERE things […]
Ever wonder what’s in a dietitian’s grocery haul? Read on for the must-buys and favorite new finds of the FEED RDs: FEED founder Lara Field is a pediatric nutrition expert and mom of two, so her go-to grabs often include easy eats for the whole family including: Easy lunch options Whole wheat pasta Amy’s […]
There’s a lot to love about a one bowl meal. Easy to assemble, easy to clean up, and TONS of options for nutritious ingredient variety. Here’s our guide to building a power bowl that will fill (and fuel!) your day: Start with a Starch For the base of your bowl, use up to one cup […]
This summer, FEED had the pleasure of having a University of Michigan sophomore work with us and provide first-hand knowledge of navigating college life with celiac disease. Read on for her recommendations for study snacks for college students that will keep you full and focused: Starting Freshman year in college is an extremely exciting, yet […]
Time for some spring cleaning? Don’t forget the kitchen! Read on for some super swaps you can make while cleaning out the pantry to boost the nutrient density of your favorite shelf-stable staples: Use white flour or rice? Wow ’em next time with whole grains White ﬂour and white rice are reﬁned grains meaning they […]
Check out FEED founder Lara Field’s suggestions on how to increase fiber in your diet featured in Aaptiv!
MYTH: The gluten-free diet is free of whole wheat, thus is free of whole grains. FACT: Gluten-free dieters can receive the benefits of whole grains including vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber. Many gluten-free grains (quinoa, brown rice, amaranth, buckwheat) are nutrient powerhouses and provide excellent sources of vitamins and minerals. How do you find whole […]
Check out my latest article in IMPACT – University of Chicago Celiac Disease Spring Newsletter. Whole Grains and the Gluten Free Diet – Can You Still Be Whole Without the Wheat?