Over the years she has served as the Piedmont Dietetic Association president, SCAND PR-Media Chair, and the Communications Chair for the Thirty and Under in Nutrition Dietetics member interest group.
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In groceries at the end of the nineteenth century, most commodities were still unpacked and sold in bulk.
Products such as tea, coffee, sugar, flour, or dried fruits were weighed out in front of the customer and wrapped in paper or put into a bag.
In 1810, Peter Durand patented the use of metal containers, which were easier to make and harder to break than glass jars.
(The glass jars used by Appert frequently broke.) He covered iron cans, which were prone to rust, with a thin plating of tin (which is not adversely affected by water), and invented the "tin can." By 1813, Durand was selling canned meat to the Royal Navy.Avoid the aisles as that is where the processed foods are located.Make a grocery list that takes you around the outside of the store — fruits and vegetables, low-fat meat and low-fat dairy — and includes just 1-2 aisles per trip.In the food industry right now there are a lot of words being thrown around like GMO, organic, natural, fresh or local.But do all of these words really mean better for you?A whole food would be considered, ideally, as a food with only one ingredient i.e. These foods will assist you in reducing your cholesterol, regulating your blood sugars and reducing risk for diabetes while also assisting you in maintaining your weight.A processed food is any food with more than one ingredient, and food companies typically add additional sugars, preservatives, dyes and “bad” fats such as saturated and trans fats. In preindustrial society, packaging of food was far from being unknown.It was used for food storage at home and for transport from the production place, the farm, or workshop to the local or regional market.I recently saw a green Diet Coke can and above it the word “organic” in italicized cursive letters.Is this supposed to mean it is better for you than regular Diet Coke?