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As we go into a new year, it’s fun and refreshing to switch out some old habits for new ones. On the top of the list for many people is organizing...
Rawia Bishara’s first book Olives, Lemons & Za’atar is bursting with food memories so vivid you can almost taste the flavors jumping off the pages...
Guest Post: Sharon Palmer, RD, The Plant-Powered Dietitian , author of Plant-Powered for Life. It’s time for New Year’s resolutions—a time to look...
Good news for everyone who ate a bowl of oatmeal or a few pieces of whole wheat toast for breakfast this morning: you may be on your way to a longer...
“In many respects the world finds itself at a fork in the culinary road. If we rush headlong down the techno-food route, then manufactured highly-...
Friends old and new stopped by the blog this year to share their passion for food and nutrition with us at Oldways, and all of you who read our blog...
The Cheese of Choice Coalition (CCC) was an eager participant in the recent Yale Food Systems Symposium . Bringing together academics, practitioners...
Ever wonder what food experts always have in their kitchens in case of an emergency? Or just because they are their favorite, most versatile...
Does glycemic index matter? That’s the key question in a new study, published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and...
Red wines aren’t the only things that can age gracefully. New research in the British Medical Journal suggests that the Mediterranean Diet is...
Pascaline Aoudou, is a nurse’s aid, a student of Health Administration, and a health trainer for moms-to-be. Originally from Cameroon, Africa,...
I just learned the very sad news that Dimitrios Trichopoulos died this morning in Athens, surrounded by family and friends, and most importantly,...

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