2018 showcased the continued growth in plant-based food innovation, interest, and sales. According to Innova Market Insights, consumers are drawn to plant-based foods based on the growing cross-sectional interest that drive its popularity: sustainability, health, and ethics from plant-based ingredients.
Diabetes is on the rise. According to the World Health Organization, 422 million adults have diabetes and 3.7 million deaths are due to diabetes and high blood glucose. That’s 1 person in 11 that have diabetes, globally!1
Growing up in a Persian household, you would never find a living room coffee table topped with magazines and TV remotes. Instead, the coffee table was the home of bowls of pistachios, mixed nuts and dried fruit...
As a dietitian, I tend to have a very “food first” philosophy. I feel that if we eat better and focus more on the quality of the foods we are putting in our body then we shouldn’t feel the need to take multiple dietary supplements.
Pistachios may have you thinking green, because this little green nut packs a powerful punch of nutrition benefits. Research suggests the many attributes of pistachios—full of essential nutrients, antioxidants, dietary fiber, protein, and healthy fats—work together to promote good health, reduce the risk of nutrition-related disease, and support an active lifestyle1.