Spring is here! Stunning tulips in the Boston Public Gardens.
Extras, extras! The May issue of The Friedman Sprout is hot off the press! This is the final issue for spring semester, and I'm sad that this rewarding experience is ending. Here's my final article:
Slur. Gulp. Chew? New research examines the role of food texture on satiety.
Does food texture alter eating patterns? Researchers from the Netherlands explores the effect of different textured yogurts on eating behavior.
If interested, here's the link to the original research article on Pubmed.In April the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published a new study addressing the much contested question of how to control eating. Researchers from the Netherlands fed healthy people different textured low- and high-calorie yogurts, and measured the effects on eating behavior and perceived fullness. The results showed no link between food texture and satiety, however other observations were intriguing. (Continue reading here...)
Famous swan boats in the Boston Public Garden.From Beef to Seaweed....More from The Sprout.
Here's a few more articles that I enjoyed from the May issue of our graduate student newsletter.
- Want to reduce your carbon footprint? Eating Less Meat Boosts Your Health and the Environment. by Lesley Sykes
- Find out what it's like being the dietitian for the Boston Red Sox. Alumni Spotlight: Interview with Tara Mardigan by Rachel Zavala
- You Lost Me at "Preheat:“ One RD’s Culinary Confessions. by Jean Alves Written with wit and charm, discover delectable recipes for a slew of treats. Includes "Strawberry-Basil Cocktail" and "Sea Slaw" (yay for seaweed!).
The Boston Commons is spectacular!
By golly, it's George Washington! Let's pay respects to our first President.
What are your thoughts on spring flowers?
Here's what I'm thinking- *Achew*
Cheers and Happy Friday!