Believe it or not, the first quarter of 2013 is nearly over. As many of us do in January, I set some goals for 2013 and figured I’d hold myself accountable and see what kind of progress I’ve made since sharing them on the blog: Read more
I’m sorry that I didn’t post yesterday. I had a very busy weekend so I took the day off from blogging.
I know that I gave you 3 of the upcoming food trends that you’re bound to see everywhere in my post here but do you want to know what will be the biggest trend will be in natural products and organic foods?
Call it the Tom’s Shoes or the Ben & Jerry’s effect, giving back to the community or helping those in need was part of the mission statement and operations of many companies at ExpoWest. Many of these socially responsible companies are being founded by young entrepreneurs and this is definitely a trend that I admire and I’m certain many can and will get behind when making choices about products to purchase. Read more
In celebration of being invited to the Oakley Progression Session in San Diego, today’s Sounds of Saturday gives a little tip of the hat to sunglasses with Corey Hart’s “Sunglasses At Night”.
This Canadian was one amazing looking guy (and still is – see his website here) and his raspy voice certainly attracted my attention in the 80′s. ”SAN” is not my favorite song by CH but today it is appropriate.
Poor gluten, the protein composite that comes from wheat, rye, barley and sometimes oats has really gotten a bad rap.
Gluten, causes intestinal damage and nutrient malabsorption for those 1 in 133 people that have Celiac Disease. As a dietitian, I’m all for more variety and tastier products being available for those who have Celiac Disease but it seems that gluten-free is now just the new buzz word for those looking for the newest diet fad.
If a product is delicious, I’m fine with eating it. I just hope that those who have Celiac Disease will still have some of these products available once the euphoria of the trend subsides. Interestingly, Joseph A. Murray, MD from the Mayo Clinic shares my view here: http://youtu.be/uB7IfC7rvE4 Read more
I’m Melissa Burton, a recent transplant from Brooklyn, New York to Southern California. By profession, I’m a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. In my actual life I’ve been a million things [Read More…]
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@mburton0214 How weird. I had the same thing for lunch. Not kidding!
Leftover quinoa, feta cheese, grape tomatoes and avocado - it's what's for lunch! Yum!