The December 2014 issue of the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics included this supplement, supported by funding from Academy partner the Kellogg company. This research supplement provides four
Reality check time. Academy sponsors Coca-Cola and PepsiCo often pat themselves on the back for "being part of the solution," providing "healthful choices", and helping people lead healthy lives. Okay, then. The
We love Los Angeles-based artist Ron English's take on popular children's cereals. We have a feeling this spoof of Count Chocula won't be at General Mill's FNCE booth...
If someone showed you the above photo and asked you where it was taken, would you ever guess "a nutrition conference"? Dietz & Watson, manufacturer of deli meats and sausages, commonly has a booth at the Academy
This is what happens when the food industry attempts to educate health professionals. This handout from Frito-Lay (a division of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics premier partner PepsiCo) is always available at the
Los Angeles-based artist Ron English nails it. To think that Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics partner General Mills pushes cereals like Lucky Charms as wholesome and nutritious breakfast options...