Tag Archives: healthy

At the FAND symposium

This week I am in Fort Lauderdale attending the annual Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics symposium. Opening night keynote speaker was Chef Barton Seaver. Maybe you have seen his book “For Cod and  Country? His background is culinary with a … Continue reading

Posted in Posts by Nadine | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

In Defense of Gluten

My name is Alana Benito and I am currently a dietetic intern through California State University San Bernardino’s ISPP program. I just completed my three week long acute care rotation with Nadine Pazder. Like Nadine, I am an alumna of the University … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Healthy Choices, Guest Blogger, myths | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Halos are for Angels

Actress Brett Butler was  in a 1990’s sitcom called “Grace Under Fire”. I believe that it was on for 3 seasons but I only saw the program twice- – and it was the same episode! Grace was a single Mom in a … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Healthy Choices, myths, Posts by Nadine | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Enjoy the taste of an “Ounce of Prevention”

We have spoken before in this blog about the benefits of eating dark chocolate and its long history associated with improved health. But I couldn’t explain “why” other than to say the benefits are related to the phenolic compounds naturally occurring … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Healthy Choices, National Nutrition Month, Posts by Nadine | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Fish Tales

Maybe one of your resolutions for the new year is to eat more fish?  Don’t know where to start? Consider these tips from the Washington Post: Start with mild, white fish like tilapia, cod or sole. These species do not … Continue reading

Posted in Food and Healthy Choices | Tagged , | Leave a comment