Check out FEED founder Lara Field’s suggestions on how to increase fiber in your diet featured in Aaptiv!
The holiday season is synonymous with celebrations and indulging. While we agree a little mindful indulgence is welcome this time of year, we are always looking for easy ways to fit a bit more healthy into the holidays. This year, we are sharing some of our favorite things in our healthy holiday gift guide. WhetherRead More ›
Last month, FEED Nutrition Consulting attended the annual Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) with more than 10,000 other food and nutrition experts. The annual meeting is a chance for registered dietitians to meet with colleagues, nutrition science researchers, policy makers, and health care providers to discuss health issuesRead More ›
Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to enjoy food with friends and family. This year, as you gather around the table, take FEED with you! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes to share with loved ones this time of year. From appetizers to main dish alternatives, FEED’s got you covered when it comesRead More ›
Fall is here and the cooler temperatures mean cold and flu season is upon us. While nutrients from food are always best, multivitamins can help fill those nutrition gaps in the daily diet. With so many children’s multivitamins on the market, it can be difficult to sift through the best products. You can confidently chooseRead More ›
The ketogenic diet has gained popularity recently and many are interested in following this diet for weight loss. The diet relies heavily on high fat foods, while nixing carbohydrates. Though the end result is enticing, read along to learn the science behind the ketogenic diet and found out if it is right for your lifestyle.Read More ›
Nutrition advice is everywhere, but is some too good to be true? Get the 411 on diet trends from FEED’s Amanda Lemein on Style Me Pretty.
Many people assume fat-free must mean the healthiest choice, but new research suggests it may not be that simple. While the word, “fat”, has been deemed the enemy of many diets, this macronutrient is not the adversary we once thought. Fat offers many benefits, including improved vitamin absorption, protection for the body’s organs, along withRead More ›
2017 is a year of growth for FEED, including welcoming a new dietitian to the practice! We are excited to welcome Amanda Lemein, MS, RD, LDN as our resident adolescent and adult specialist. Amanda has been working with Lara over the last three years, but 2017 marks her first full time role with FEED. PriorRead More ›