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Rachel Johnson, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D.

Rachel K. Johnson, Ph.D., M.P.H., R.D., is an EatingWell advisor and Professor of Nutrition at the University of Vermont. Dr. Johnson is Vice Chair of the American Heart Association Nutrition Committee and a member of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition Science Board.

6 surprising sources of sugar
Most of us eat too much sugar. On average, Americans consume 475 calories of added sugars EVERY DAY (that’s 30...
5 “healthy” kids’ foods that aren’t
My sons are grown now, but I remember well the challenges of stocking my pantry with foods they liked that were good...
Why Jamie Oliver’s battle against chocolate milk may be the wrong one
Last week I was watching Jamie Oliver’s “Food Revolution,” the British chef’s reality TV show,...
Is this super-“healthy” doughnut a good idea? Or are we just tricking the kids?
Since so many of us have resolved that we and our families are going to eat healthier this year, I was troubled to...
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