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Articles by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Introducing Foods Earlier in Life May Help Prevent Food Allergies

May 19, 2015 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Do allergies run in your family? If so, your baby has a higher risk of developing a food allergy. Read on to learn about the current advice for reducing the risk.

Brain Boosting Snack Ideas for Work

March 3, 2015 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

It’s midafternoon at work. Feeling drained? Skip the coffee and cookie combo and try one of these brain boosting snack ideas instead.

Food Tribes Are Us?

April 29, 2014 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Are you part of a food tribe? Maybe you are and haven’t realized it yet. In our multicultural and diverse society, where all kinds of food are available in all kinds of places, many people don’t follow a traditional way of eating.

Veggies. Your Best Nutritional Value for the Money

April 22, 2014 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Iceberg lettuce or romaine? Some vegetables offer more nutritional bang for your buck than others.

Do Portion Size and Frequency Really Matter?

April 8, 2014 by Dean Simmons, Registered Dietitian

Can that piece of cake or side of fries be part of your healthy diet? Much depends on portion size (and frequency).

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