Recipes, Resources, and Expert Commentary for the Media
Oldways can support your research and reporting on a number of topics around food, nutrition, and traditional diets and lifestyles. From sharing the most recent scientiﬁc studies to providing quotes, write-ups, and connections with researchers and experts, Oldways is here to help.
Quotes & Interviews
Our experts are ready to weigh in on numerous nutrition and cooking subjects. Ask us about the Mediterranean Diet, cultural food traditions, whole grains, culinary travel, and traditional cheese.
Reprint our diverse, delicious recipes in your article or blog. (Please read our permissions & reprints guidelines).
Heritage Diet Pyramids
Handouts & Infographics
Browse our database for up-to-date scientiﬁc studies and nutrition research to support your reporting. Filter and search by type of traditional diet or health condition.
How the Media Use Oldways Expertise & Resources
- Share nutrition information sourced from Oldways, as in ”6 healthy whole grains to try tonight” from NBC News
- Interview Oldways experts for articles on food and nutrition topics, as in “Overcome the coronavirus meat shortage by adopting one of the world’s healthiest diets” from CNN
- Invite Oldways experts onto podcasts, TV shows, and other programs, as in ”Raw-Milk Cheese Advocacy,” a podcast episode from Heritage Radio Network
- Republish Oldways recipes and graphics with attribution, as in “Healthy makeovers for summer salads start in the garden” from the Richmond Times-Dispatch
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