Cell To Soul: A Saratoga Nutrition Blog

October 2011 Archives

The Marylebone farmers' market in London, Unit...


              Happy belated National Food Day - which was October 24, 2011.  (more info @ foodday.org) The purpose of this day was to promote the use of "healthy, affordable whole food produced in a sustainable, humane way."  This is also the foundation of my work as a dietitian working in integrative and functional medicine, before I discuss with a client individual diet and potential supplementation advise.  In general, it should be the daily food guide for everyone, everyday.  

     "Eat whole sustainable local foods as much as possible."  This can be an easy mental guide for people to follow when they are trying to make a healthy food decision. 

     

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Plus  Additional info on deciphering if your "Nutritionist" is credible. 

 

The American Dietetic Association (ADA), the worlds' largest and oldest organizations for food and nutrition professionals with more than 72,000 members, has made a progressive shift in creating a new name.   

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