New product line that supports and provides flavor to numerous healthy lifestyle choices such as vegan, raw, vegetarian, gluten-free, organic and kosher, as well as diabetic and heart healthy diets, is getting national recognition and rave reviews. These 100% natural, “farm to table” products give a pop of healthy flavor to any meal. http://www.thedeliciousdietitian.com
Mobile, Ala. based business, The Delicious Dietitian, recently debuted their line of The Delicious Dietitian Spice Blends and Wine Vinegars on a national level. These products were developed as a solution to the recognized growing need for healthy lifestyle products that promise and actually deliver good flavor.
The Delicious Dietitian Spice Blends compliment and support healthy living while pleasing all types of palates. Available in six unique styles (Thai, Creole, Southern All-Purpose, Seafood, Italian Mediterranean and Southwest), they deliver a pop of flavor with no salt, no sugar, no potassium and no calories. They fit perfectly into 100% gluten-free, 100% raw, 100% vegan, organic and kosher lifestyles. These spice blends cook evenly and can be used in any recipe or on their own as seasoning.
All of The Delicious Dietitian Wine Vinegars are 100% natural and made from the freshest vine ripe produce, bringing flavor and antioxidants to any dish. Working with local farmers is the key to quality and ensures the “farm to table” experience. The Delicious Dietitian Wine Vinegars are born from the pulp of the fruits and vegetables, and handcrafted for a sweet delicious taste. They can be used to create wonderful marinades, salad dressings, demi-glazes and more. In addition to being a no-salt, no-sugar way to add flavor to meals, The Delicious Dietitian Wine Vinegars are gluten-free, vegan, kosher and raw.
The Delicious Dietitian’s Thai Spice Blend was featured in the June 2011 issue of Clean Eating
magazine. The entire collection of spice blends were also featured in a recent post on MyRecipes.com. MyRecipes.com features one of the largest collections of professionally-tested recipes and nutrition content online from food experts at national magazines and cookbooks.
The Delicious Dietitian entire product line can now be found on the shelves of select Whole Foods Markets in the southeast. In-store cooking and recipe demonstrations featuring The Delicious Dietitian products are scheduled. According to Whole Foods Market Healthy Eating Specialist Ely Navarro, “I love using the Delicious Dietitian wine vinegars sold at Whole Foods Market. They give a flavor boost to so many dishes!” (more…)
By Nedra Rhone
Annette Rubin was pregnant with her first son when a scary thought entered her mind. If it wasn’t safe to color her hair during pregnancy, what about all the other products she put on her skin each day? She posed the question to her husband, Dr. Jason Rubin, a family practitioner, who admits he didn’t have a good answer.
“I said, the FDA [Food and Drug Administration] has jurisdiction over cosmetics, I’m sure they require something,” Rubin said. But they didn’t. The U.S. government does not regulate cosmetics or personal-care products at all. “The FDA standards on medication are amazing, but with cosmetics they take a different approach,” Rubin said.
So Rubin and his wife, a cosmetics industry veteran, launched Belli, a line of personal-care products for pregnant and nursing women (and babies) that avoids ingredients linked to birth defects. “It makes sense if an ingredient has a link to a birth defect, why not find another that doesn’t have a problem?” Rubin said.
The Washington-based brand, manufactured by Advanced Bio-Technologies in Suwanee, is just one example of a company seeking to help consumers make sense of the complicated issue of safety in personal-care products. (more…)
They have become so common that even organic retailer Whole Foods says it can’t avoid stocking some
Organic foods, by definition, can’t knowingly contain genetically modified organisms, known as GMOs. But genetically modified corn, soy and other crops have become such common ingredients in processed foods that even one of the nation’s top organic food retailers says it hasn’t been able to avoid stocking some products that contain them. (more…)