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Halloween Candy Pie Chart

BEWARE!! Halloween Treats are Tricky…

This post went out in last week’s newsletter that you should ALL be subscribed to.  I mean, it’s delivered directly to your inbox – talk about convenience! In case you did, for some reason miss it; here’s your chance to catch up!  ENJOY! Another year, another October 31st – that’s right, it’s almost Halloween again.  The… Continue Reading


Seven Shades of Paleo

There’s an episode of The Simpsons that Paul McCartney guest stars on and there’s a scene that goes something like this – Paul McCartney and Lisa are talking and Lisa tells Paul that she’s a vegetarian and she’s thinking about becoming a vegan; to which Paul replies, “I’m a level seven vegan.  I don’t eat… Continue Reading


Help With Research On Diet and Well-being

Written by Laura Saslow: Hi all!  I’m a researcher at the University of California, San Francisco, interested in better understanding the physical and mental health impacts of various diets.  Although the gold-standard method of this research involves randomized controlled trials, a good first step can be to understand the effects of individuals already on particular… Continue Reading


Hey Perky! Let’s Talk About That Coffee…

First it was the ‘paleo-fied’ desserts, then went the shaker bottle, next was ‘natural’ sweeteners followed closely by the artificial, and it didn’t stop there.  Nope, I even rained on your summer BBQ fun by putting a cramp in your grilling style.  Yep, that’s right!  It’s your favorite fun-hater back to make you contemplate that… Continue Reading


Cracking the Code on Egg Labeling

Lately the media has been throwing out some ‘scrambled’ messages about eggs.  The headlines claim that eating egg yolks is as bad for health as puffing on a cigarette.  I know that none of you have ‘sucker’ tattooed on your forehead and that you aren’t believing all the hype – but just in case you… Continue Reading

Maintaining Weight Loss – The Recent JAMA Study

Written by: Kevin Cann             Recently there was an important research project published in the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA).  Researchers are trying to understand the mechanisms behind the obesity epidemic that is seen in this country.  One area that we fail to grasp a solid understanding of is why people will lose weight… Continue Reading