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Best Food Facts is your resource for expert opinion on all things food

Best Food Facts gives you the opportunity to connect with food system experts around the country who have done the research, checked their work and want to share the results. Through blog posts, Food Q & A, and responding to your questions, experts provide answers to your questions about food. Best Food Facts encourages open discussion about food. Please let us know your questions.

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What's Cookin'?

Recently we’ve talked with University-based food experts/researchers about these topics

Milk Wars - Should LA schools have banned flavored milk?
To diet or not to diet? A new study says pick wiser foods for a healthy weight.
Getting Down and Dirty with Pesticide Residues and the Dirty Dozen - should you be worried about pesticides on your fruits and veggies?
Sweet Misconceptions: What’s the Truth about High Fructose Corn Syrup and "Normal Sugar"?
Eggs – Organic, Cage–Free, Free-Range… What’s The Difference?
Hormones in Milk: Are They Causing Early Puberty in Girls?

Check out all the Food for Thought posts!

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Meet our featured expert!

Dr. Ruth MacDonald is the Professor and Department Chair, Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at Iowa State University. She received her PhD in Nutrition/Food Science from the University of Minnesota, and her research interests include identifying factors in foods that reduce the incidence or progression of cancer. She has helped Best Food Facts answer consumer questions about additives, GMOs, and much much more!

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In the News

People who use large forks eat less, study shows

The secret to staying slim could be as simple as choosing the right silverware, a new study finds.
When faced with a heaping plate of food, people who use large forks consume significantly less that those who eat with smaller utensils, researchers at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City found. Read more...

Industry Unveils New Marketing-to-Kids Standards

The Council of Better Business Bureaus' voluntary, self-regulatory Children's Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative (CFBAI) has announced that it has created a new, uniform, category-specific set of nutritional criteria for foods advertised to children by its member food/restaurant companies. Read more...

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The month of August will be all about GMO's. We will be talking about the implications of GMO's on nutrition, food safety, and the environment.

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