Anne Rollins MS CSSD RD LDN Fermented foods are all the rage, gaining in popularity in the recent years, although the health benefits of fermented foods have been around for thousands of year in some cultures (see what I did there?).
Snacks seem to confuse and elude us. One of the most popular questions I get is, “What do I eat for snack?” We seem to have these unwritten rules about snacks, and most of them just don’t serve us.
The evolution of cereal is fascinating. There is an entire aisle in a 10 aisle supermarket dedicated to nothing but cereal. People refer to “my” cereal like my mom watched “her” show. Cereal is personal, and Kellogg, the inventor of the mother cereal, the cornflake, had some interesting ideas about why we all needed to… Continue reading Is Cereal a Healthy Breakfast?