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October 2015
On the first day of my first class in nutrition school, the professor began by discussing the multitude of elements that influence eating behaviors: social, cultural, and financial factors, personal preferences, access and availability, and health, just to name a handful.

Nutrition school begins with this important lesson because its context frames everything that follows. Unfortunately, sometimes people lose sight of the big picture. Many examples exist, but this month I focus on two of them: self-proclaimed "experts" who fail to recognize the limitations of their knowledge and policymakers who have lost perspective.
Jonah Soolman, Registered Dietitian / Co-Owner
The "I'm an Expert" Trap
The more we continue our education, the more we realize just how much learning still remains, not just on an individual level, but on that of our field and society as a whole, too.

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"Big Soda"

A friend recently sent me a New York Times article entitled "The Decline of 'Big Soda' and asked me my thoughts.

Once upon a time, I felt ambivalent about the idea of a soda tax. Now, however, my stance is clear: I am firmly against a soda tax. Here's why:

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