omeprazole pharmacie furosemide générique terbinafine sur le comptoir
http://www.smwc.edu/?size=424632&price=4... 
venta naltrexone genérico 
lioresal barato 
http://kanab.utah.gov/licence.php?int=26... 
http://kanab.utah.gov/licence.php?int=27... 
http://kanab.utah.gov/licence.php?int=27... 
naltrexone pharmacie tadalafil pharmacie orlistat sur le comptoir http://crown.kings.edu/?size=637476&pric... cialis kaufen in deutschland viagra günstig bestellen
http://www.dril-quip.com/cgi-bin/associa... 
levitra on line 
cialise medicament 
viagra pas cher france http://www.cc-guingamp.fr/stat/glam/inde... acheter du cialis en andorre
  • propecia generico costo vrai cialis achat viagra sur internet

  • Archive for the ‘Uncategorized’ Category

    A Letter to My Readers

    In February of 2013, I co-founded Dietitians for Professional Integrity with some of my dietitian colleagues (I am also the group’s Strategic Director). We advocate for ethical and socially responsible partnerships within the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Follow us as we address a very troublesome issue negatively impacting the credential we worked so hard to earn. The group was formed after the publication of Michele Simon’s report on the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, titled “And Now: A Word From Our Sponsors”, which I highly recommend you read for a thorough background on the topic. 

    Below are some articles — in reverse chronological order — I have written or been quoted in since I closed Small Bites in June of 2012:

    7 Burning Questions About Cooking Oils (ClaudiaZapata.com)

    Healthful Tips for the Grab & Go Lifestyle (Los Angeles Times)

    Think A Soda Tax is Regressive? Try Diabetes (BeyondChron)

    Expert Advice: Four Ways Nutritionists Maintain a Healthy Diet (WonderHowTo)

    Interview on WBEZ Morning Shift

    Low-Fat vs. Low-Carb: The Winner Is Neither (Civil Eats)

    OpenSky Fitness Podcast

    Bulletproof Coffee: Start of a Revolution or a Magic Elixir? (Food Navigator USA)

    Gallup: Americans Still Avoid Fat Over Carbs; RD Says Still Too Much Federal Emphasis on Fat (Food Navigator USA)

    The High Cost of Sitting Down With Industry (BeyondChron)

    Dietitians Take Aim At Food Industry Sponsorships (MedPage Today)

    House Bill Would Mandate Soda Tax; Voluntary Efforts Not Cutting It, Rep Says (Food Navigator USA)

    Processed Feud: How the Food Industry Shapes Nutrition (Civil Eats)

    Nutritionists Pan ASN Statement on Processed Foods (MedPage Today)

    Mexico Restricts Junk Food Ads; Time for Rethink on Advertising? (Food Navigator USA)

    ‘Dairy Junk Foods’ Under Fire in Report Highlighting Dramatic Shift in Dairy Consumption Patterns (Food Navigator USA)

    ’5 A Day’ Still Might Not Be Enough Fruit and Vegetables, Study Finds (Los Angeles Times)

    Study: Diet Soda Drinkers Lost More Weight than Water Drinkers (Los Angeles Times)

    McDonald’s Sponsors Nutrition Convention (Shape.com)

    An RD Explains Why All Foods Don’t Fit In A Healthy Diet: Andy Bellatti (BeyondChron.org)

    I Went to the Nutritionist’ Annual Confab. It Was Catered By McDonald’s (Mother Jones)

    Do All Foods Really Fit In A Healthy Diet? (BeyondChron.org)

    Why There’s So Much Confusion Over Nutrition and Fitness (Lifehacker)

    Nutrition Label 2.0: Bigger, Bolder, Better (Civil Eats)

    Lessons on Salt For Dietitians… by a Chip Maker (Associated Press)

    Food Makers Replace Chemical Additives with Compounds Found in Nature (Healthline)

    Front Groups: Big Food’s Behind-the-Scenes Strategy (Huffington Post)

    Marketing Masquerading as Science (Inspired RD)

    Appearance on “Angriest Trainer” Podcast

    There’s No Reason to Drink Urine (VICE Magazine)

    Soda Tax Myths: “Soda Taxes Distract from Real Issues (Beyond Chron)

    FDA to Update Nutrition Labels (Food Navigator)

    Box Tops Help Big Food’s Bottom Line (Civil Eats)

    Which Top-Rated Diets Are Unhealthy? (She Knows)

    This Study Is Brought to You By… (Inspired RD)

    Is Gluten Really to Blame? (She Knows)

    What Should I Look For on a Nutrition Label? (Lifehacker)

    The 2015 Dietary Guidelines: RDs’ Wish List (Food Navigator USA)

    Food Firms Say 6.5 Trillion Fewer Calories  Sold In 2012 Than In 2007 (Los Angeles Times)

    Yes, You Can Lose Weight Eating Nothing But McDonald’s, But That’s Not the Point (Huffington Post)

    USDA Clears the Way for Corn, Soybeans Able to Withstand an Herbicide in Agent Orange (Healthline)

    DIY “Soylent”: Should You Make Your Own Food Substitute? (Lifehacker)

    Study Shows Consumer Confusion on OJ, Sugar Content (The Ledger)

    Lifehacker 2013 Holiday Podcast (Lifehacker)

    Know Your Front Groups, Food Politics Aficionados! (Inspired RD)

    What is the Best Alternative to Milk? (Lifehacker)

    Americans’ Eating Habits Worst Since 2008, ‘Systemic Change’ Needed, RD Says (Food Navigator USA)

    Coke’s “Cap the Tap” Campaign Campaign Contradicts Its Social Responsibility Aims (Non-Profit Quarterly)

    AND Dismisses Report Saying Sponsors Exert ‘Vice Grip’ Over FNCE (Food Navigator USA)

    The Food Ties That Bind: The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ 2013 Conference (Huffington Post)

    Coca-Cola’s Assault on Tap Water (Civil Eats)

    Interview with Julieanna Hever, MS, RD, about Dietitians For Professional Integrity (Plant Based Dietitian)

    Let’s Move and Drink Up: Ripped-from-the-Headlines Food Politics (Inspired RD)

    Children Are Eating Too Much Sugar, but Halloween is Not to Blame (Huffington Post)

    FNCE Keynote Anti-GMO Urban Elites Peddle “Old McDonald” Fantasy (Food Navigator USA)

    Dietitians For Professional Integrity on Corporate Sponsorship at AND (Food Navigator USA)

    Dietitians object to group’s ties with Big Food (San Antonio Express)

    10 Health Myths That Just Won’t Die, Debunked by Science (Lifehacker)

    Waiter, There’s Politics in my Food! (Inspired RD)

    Four Healthwashing Pitfalls to Watch Out For (Eating Rules)

    OJ Under Siege: Is Orange Juice Too Sweet for Its Own Good? (The Ledger)

    Star Athletes like LeBron, Serena Cash In on Junk Food Endorsement (Los Angeles Times)

    Let’s Retire These Damaging Mainstream Nutrition Beliefs, Please (Huffington Post)

    How Can I Eat Well While Working From Home? (Lifehacker)

    Take Sodium Reduction Advice With a Grain of Salt (Civil Eats)

    The Trick to Eating Healthy When You’re Eating Out, Beyond Common Sense (Lifehacker)

    Bill Proposes Radical Changes to Food Label (Food Navigator USA)

    Seeking Longevity? Eat Real Food (Huffington Post)

    Coke Launches New Health Campaign (CBC Radio)

    Coke to Defend Safety of Aspartame in New Ad (Associated Press)

    How Big Food Has Co-opted America’s Top Nutrition Group (AlterNet)

    Should AND Sever Its Ties with Junk Food Corporate Sponsors? (Food Navigator USA)

    McDonald’s and Coke Should Not Sponsor Dietitian Association, Petition Says (Chicago Tribune)

    Ultrarunner Rich Roll’s interview of me for his podcast (Free ITunes download HERE).

    The Latest McFib: “Our Food is Healthy” (Civil Eats)

    What You Don’t Know About Processed Food (Huffington Post)

    To Eat Quinoa, Or Not to Eat Quinoa? That Is The Question (Inspired RD)

    How The Obesity Focus Hurts the Health Movement (Huffington Post)

    How Did My Profession’s Conference Get Hijacked By Big Food? (Appetite for Profit)

    The 4 Biggest Food Stories of 2012 — And What They Taught Us (Huffington Post)

    The Big Oversight in Our Obesity Conversation (Civil Eats)

    Aisle Be Damned: How Big Food Dominates  Your Supermarket Choices (Grist)

    It’s Time For an R.D. Revolution (Eating Rules)

    Dietitians Call for Integrity (Civil Eats)

    Will the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Stand up for its Members? (Weighty Matters)

    11 Superfoods You Should Know About (Real Simple Magazine)

    Is Big Biz Influencing Dietitians? (San Antonio Express)

    Who gives the best nutrition advice? Registered dietitians face new competition (Chicago Tribune)

    You can also keep  up on my latest projects and writing by following me on Twitter.

    Original Message From June 2012 below:

    Hi Friends,

    When I started this blog five years ago (1,998 posts ago!), I never imagined it would be so fulfilling and nourishing.

    Small Bites not only gave me a platform to share my views and upset the nutrition world’s apple cart, but also connected me with people in 105 countries. This blog opened doors for me I didn’t even think I could knock on.

    I have always valued speaking one’s truth. And, right now, my truth is that my time and mental energy need to be focused in a slightly different direction.

    I am not disappearing. I will continue to write and regularly contribute to this country’s discussion on issues of food, nutrition, and food policy. And, of course, my Twitter account will remain highly active. I have not lost my passion or drive; it’s simply become clear to me that it is time to close this particular chapter.

    To all you Registered Dietitians in training: please remember that you  have a voice. We are nutrition professionals, not food industry public relations experts. Don’t allow yourselves to be bullied into silence by industry shills, and don’t ever allow “the science” (often paid for by those with deep pockets) to trump common sense.  Our profession’s reputation is hanging by a thread, and we desperately need people to show the world Registered Dietitians are not Big Food’s and Big Ag’s puppets.

    To everyone else: thank you for your support of Small Bites over the past five years. Onward and upward! There is more to come.

    PS: This blog is one of my  proudest accomplishments, and I will leave it up so it can continue to be a one-of-a-kind resource for anyone who wants nutrition information with a unique voice and an approach that takes into account the politics that shape our food system.

    Share

    Q&A Roundup #6

    Time for another rundown of questions I have received over the past two weeks via e-mail, Twitter, and Facebook.

    If you have a nutrition question you would like considered for the next Q&A roundup, send it my way!

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    1100 Miles, 3 Observations

    Last weekend, I drove from Seattle, Washington to Las Vegas, Nevada over a three-day period (with stops in Meridian, Idaho and Ely, Nevada).

    Though both the departure and arrival points are well-known cities with diverse food landscapes (Las Vegas has a growing health-oriented community, and every restaurant at Wynn Hotel & Resort has either a separate vegan menu or a significant number of vegan appetizers and entrees, all created by the resort’s talented vegan chef), almost every locale between them was a different story.

    Below, three important observations (not necessarily new, but certainly reaffirmed) I made as I moved from lush mountaintops to arid desert.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    Q&A Roundup #5

    To make up for the recent lack of posts (in my defense, I was in the midst of an inter-state move and road trip), here is a supersized Q&A roundup. Thank you for your queries, and keep on submitting them!

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    ‘Nanny State’ Nonsense: The Inaccuracy & Hypocrisy of The Latest Conservative Outrage

    The latest conservative meme is a spin-off of the National Rifle Association’s infamous 1970s slogan, “I’ll give you my gun when you take it from my cold, dead hands”, with different foods replacing the word ‘gun’.  The most common variation refers to “burgers and fries”, but as Sarah Palin demonstrated last year, cookies also apply.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    5 Ways the Nutrition Field Hinders Its Own Progress

    I often write about the external factors that pose a threat to the nutrition field, including (but not limited to) Big Food’s egregious advertising budgets, deceptive claims on food packaging, misguided agricultural policies that subsidize foods we should be eating less of, and politics that taint seemingly-subjective processes like FDA-approval of substances that end up in our food supply.

    This time, however, I’m shining the spotlight inward, taking a look at pervasive, accepted, and often times unquestioned concepts, ideas, and issues within the field of nutrition that carry a significant risk of self-harm.  They are dangerous because they don’t allow for growth, critical analysis, or substantive dialogue; instead, they minimize the nutrition field’s importance and have helped create the current free-for-all we are in, where the term “nutrition expert” is as loosely thrown around as “reality TV star”.  Although presented in no particular order; in my mind, they are all equally damaging.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    On Being A “Realist”

    I want to share the exchange pasted below that I had with a Small Bites reader earlier today to help clarify my strong position not only on My Plate, but on other nutrition-related issues.  I find it troublesome that finding fault with offered solutions is often times viewed through a lens of dissatisfaction and pessimism, rather than an acknowledgment that the offered solutions either have flaws or do not really attempt to solve the problem at hand.  It would be disingenuous on my part to pretend that my intense hunger for change to our food system can be abated with a smattering of bread crumbs.

    If I were cynical, I wouldn’t take the time to inform myself of — or blog about — the issues that affect our food system.  I would simply shrug and say, “Nothing is ever going to get fixed, why should I bother?”  I consider myself a realist because I believe that if the problem is approached from a different angle (one that focuses on policies and laws), we would see more substantial change.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    Inside A “Big Food” Product Development Meeting!

    Well, or at least how I imagine them to be.  I had such a great time making my first Xtranormal animated short about nutrition myths (“Drinking The Kool-Aid”) a few months back that I thought it would be fun to create a sequel — this time about how I think Big Food product development brainstorming sessions go.

    Watch it here!

    Share

    I’ll Be Back April 4!

    Hi readers,

    As I mentioned to you late last year, blog posts on Small Bites would happen less regularly as I simultaneously complete my Dietetic Internship and expand my client base.  However, I have received several e-mails over the last week asking when I’ll be “back” (especially since I have mostly absent on Facebook and Twitter for two weeks).

    I will be back on Twitter and Facebook — daily — on Monday, April 4.  Look out for a new blog post that day, too.

    Thanks for the interest and support so many of you have shown; I’m extremely grateful!

    Share

    New Frosted Mini-Wheats: A “Touch Of Fruit”… And A Whole Lot More!

    Whenever I feel the need for some blogging inspiration, I head over to the closest supermarket’s cereal aisle to see what new nutritional aberrations have popped up on shelves since my last excursion.  Yesterday proved to be quite a fortuitous day, for I met eyes with a box of New! “Touch of Fruit In the Middle” Frosted Mini-Wheats.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    World Premiere of my Animated Short: “Drinking The Kool-Aid”

    d65fee70-30e9-11e0-95de-003048d69c21_55A rainy Saturday in Seattle (a rarity, I know) led to this – a 5-minute short that I think reflects the dangers of drinking “the dietary Kool-Aid”, so to speak.

    From Big Food cereals and protein-obsessed personal trainers to fat phobia and diet pills, what we have here is the confusion so many Americans develop due to the sheer number of conflicting and often erroneous messages about nutrition.

    And, of course, I couldn’t help but sling a few sarcastic arrows at some pop culture faves.  Enjoy!

    Share

    Where Have I Been? And, Changes to Small Bites

    IM_BACKHello everyone,

    I have put off writing this entry for many days, essentially because it isn’t one I am particularly excited to post.  While this blog is not ending or closing down, there are changes coming down the pike.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    Who Said It?: Reveal

    NUP_138943_3274.jpg“Just drinking three liters of water a day… burns 75–100 calories. If you add a little lemon juice to it, which is ascorbic acid, that can speed up your metabolism by 33 percent.”

    So says Jackie Warner, host and guru of Bravo’s Thintervention.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    Numbers Game: Answer

    Swine Flu Pig VaccineNorth Carolina’s hog operation facilities release approximately 300 million tons of ammonia into the atmosphere on a daily basis.

    As you may imagine, the release of ammonia into the atmosphere is beyond troubling.  For example, ammonia is one of the main players behind acid rain.

    Continue Reading »

    Share

    Now Available on DVD — “What’s On Your Plate?”

    woypdvdSubtitled “the film about kids and food politics”, What’s On Your Plate? is a wonderful and powerfully effective documentary by Catherine Gund and its two 11-year-old star activists: Sadie Hope-Gund and Safiyah Riddle.

    I was fortunate to meet Catherine and see the film in the Spring of 2009, and am so happy it is finally available on DVD for “the masses”.

    Continue Reading »

    Share
    • Search By Topic

    • Connect to Small Bites

    • Subscribe to Small Bites

    • Archives

      • 2014 (1)
      • 2013 (1)
      • 2012 (29)
      • 2011 (91)
      • 2010 (300)
      • 2009 (581)
      • 2008 (639)
      • 2007 (355)