“The more things change, the more things stay the same.” ~ 1849, French writer Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr
We always talk about how science is forever changing and it is hard to keep up. I totally agree. But the truth is there are also certain basic principles that always stay the same. Maybe we just tend to make things more difficult? #TuesdayThoughts
In this week’s the Keri Report:
- The FDA Has Recommended New Salt Guidelines—Here’s What to Know
- New Study Says Eating More Dairy Fat Is Linked to Lower Risk of Heart Disease
- Childhood Lunch Favorites Made Healthier
The FDA Has Recommended New Salt Guidelines—Here’s What to Know – Health Magazine
Did you know the USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend Americans consume 2300 mg per day of sodium yet the average person consumes more than 3400mg? And did you know that food manufacturers to not have to take this into consideration? WELL, maybe things are beginning to turn the tide.
You might not be alone if you are under the assumption that dairy is not good for you. However, if so, you are probably misinformed. The DASH diet (Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension) has known this fact for years. Recently a new study was released reinforcing the benefits of dairy for lowering the risk for heart disease.
Childhood Lunch Favorites Made Healthier – U.S. News Eat + Run Blog
Such a fun story for me to write. Personally, when I think back to my childhood favorites I am a little surprised at what I ate, especially at lunch. But I might even be more surprised at some of my colleagues. LOL. Read on…