In a Nutshell Newsletter: Dietitian archive

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In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2021
In this issue of In a Nutshell, find out how consumer behaviours have evolved during COVID-19 and how the Functional Food trend can be integrated into your practice. Also, get updates on preschool peanut oral immunotherapy and early introduction, plus a quick and delicious quinoa bowl recipe.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2020
Can adding peanut skins to chocolate make it healthier? Find out in this edition of In a Nutshell! Plus, find out how consumer grocery habits and back-to-school are being impacted by COVID-19, and how plant-based protein compares to meat protein.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2020
What motivates different generations and influences their eating habits? Find out in this edition of In a Nutshell. Also learn about the benefits of peanuts on our brains, get the scoop on trans fat in peanut butter and an update on early introduction peanut allergy research.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2019
In this issue of In a Nutshell, learn about how incorporating peanuts into your diet may help reduce inflammation and also reduce chances of early death. Plus, get an update on peanut allergy treatments for children and a fresh harvest salad recipe.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2019
2019 is the year of the Food Guide! This edition of In a Nutshell looks at what's new and what's still to come with the new Canada's Food Guide, as well as details about the newest guidance for introducing peanut protein to infants. Plus, learn about sustainable eating and check out recent data about peanut consumption in Canada.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2018
Ease into fall with simple new recipes and tips for fighting stress. This edition of In a Nutshell features three easy and delicious sheet pan recipes, and provides the newest updates on the LEAP and EAT allergy studies. Also, learn about a new study that links diets favouring plant-derived protein and fat, with lower mortality.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2018
Power up with plant-based protein! In this edition of In a Nutshell, get three brand new vegetarian recipes, perfect for springtime Meatless Mondays. Also, learn about snacking for heart health, the role peanuts can play in childhood brain development and new info on food allergy research.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2017
Gear up for chilly fall days with easy, healthy comfort foods. In this edition of In a Nutshell, check out three new slow cooker recipes, plus learn about new research related to nuts and reduced weight gain, details about the new food guide, and consumer trends in trail mix.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2017
Meatless Mondays are on the rise! In this issue of In a Nutshell, we look at the rise of vegetarian meals, and offer tasty new meatless recipes to try out at home. Plus, learn about new allergy guidelines for infants, top food trends for 2017 and snacking habits of millennials.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2016
We received lots of questions on peanuts and peanut butter at this year's Dietitians of Canada conference. You asked, we answered! In this issue of In a Nutshell, we share how the nutritional value of peanuts can help different populations, plus get the latest in allergy news and protein-packed recipes for after-school snacking. 


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2016
If peanut butter is on your grocery list, you aren't alone! In this issue of In a Nutshell, we share insights into what Canadians are eating for lunch, an overview of how millennial moms are stocking their pantries, and tips for flying with a food allergy. Plus, don't miss our recipe for Indian-Spiced Shrimp Skewers with a peanut and coconut pesto, perfect for the start of barbecue season!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2015
Can a handful of peanuts save your life? In this issue of In a Nutshell, we examine findings from the International Journal of Epidemiology that link eating peanuts with lower mortality rates. For more health news, read about consumer nutrition trends, plus an update on the LEAP study. And, don’t miss our latest peanut butter-packed recipes for the fall!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2015
How wide*spread* is Canadians love for peanuts and peanut butter? In this issue of In a Nutshell, we share the latest in consumer market research, plus an overview of the ground-breaking research on peanut allergies from the New England Journal of Medicine. Make sure you don't miss our nutty facts about the use of social media, which you can use to share our Spring Fling Quinoa Bowl, an Asian-inspired protein-packed delight!

In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2014
Good news is spreading better than peanut butter on toast. In this issue of In a Nutshell, we explore research on how peanut butter may lower the risks of breast disease. Plus, learn more about Canadian nutrition trends, and get an allergy update on promising results from a new Cambridge trial. Then for the big game, whip up our Japanese-style Peanut Popcorn which is sure to kick up your snacking routine. 


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2014
Ever wonder if flavoured peanuts have the same health benefits as their unflavoured counterparts? In this issue of In a Nutshell, we explore research on this topic. Plus, find out just how much Canadians love peanuts, and get an allergy update from registered dietitian, Sue Mah. And just in time for summer, try our delicious recipe for Campfire Couscous!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2013Looking for an afternoon protein punch? In this issue of In a Nutshell, we share three new snack recipes, packed with protein and perfect for after school. Plus, find out more about the new patch to treat peanut allergies, eating tips for kids, and updates from this year’s peanut harvest tour.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2013
Did you know that peanuts can help manage obesity? In this issue of In a Nutshell, find out more about the healthy fats in peanuts, how a little exposure to peanuts could lessen allergic reactions, and just how much Canadians love peanuts. And don’t forget to get the most out of your salads with a unique Peanut Basil Vinaigrette dressing!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall Edition 2012
Did you know that peanuts can help play a role in the management of diabetes? In this issue of In a Nutshell, find out more about how peanuts can help control blood sugar, the health benefits of monounsaturated fats, an exciting allergy update and more. And, don’t forget to try our delicious recipe for Salmon with Peanut Cucumber Relish! Yum!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2012
Extra, extra! The Peanut Bureau of Canada has launched its new website to help serve you better. In this issue of In a Nutshell, find out more about the new site, how peanuts can help maintain a healthy lifestyle, tips for using natural peanut butter, a fresh and delicious stir-fry recipe and more.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall/Winter Edition 2011
It can be tough to stick to healthy habits during the holiday season, but balanced snacking can help keep families on track. In this edition, learn more about healthy holiday eating, new allergy research, ways to incorporate peanuts and peanut butter into your diet and more. And don’t forget to check out the tasty appetizer recipe for Seared Shrimp Tortilla Bites!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring Edition 2011
Peanuts can be the key to your weight loss goals. Healthy portions and the right mix can provide an array of nutrients our bodies crave. Read more about the power of peanuts, delicious recipes and the quality of U.S.-grown peanuts.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall 2010
Eating peanuts as a snack or incorporating them in dishes is a perfect way to get the necessary nutrients our bodies need. Find out more about research supporting a Mediterranean diet including peanuts, food allergies in Canada and ways to make a warm, delicious meal to beat the winter blues!


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring 2010
Food preparation can be hard and time consuming. Stocking up on healthy staple foods; like U.S. peanuts makes mealtime faster and easier. In this edition, food editor and recipe developer, Heather Trim lists five ingredients every household should have to make great meals. There is also a tasty nutty recipe, news on advancements made in peanut allergy therapy and how the US peanut industry is contributing to relief in Haiti.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall 2009
Do you know where peanuts come from? How about the different types of peanuts? Find out about the history of peanuts, learn a new tasty salad recipe and the importance of quality food in this edition of In a Nutshell.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Spring 2009
The American Peanut Council protects the integrity of U.S. quality peanuts – you can be sure you’re eating only the finest and tastiest peanuts. This edition includes a piece on the safety of U.S.-grown peanuts, a delicious recipe for a peanutty treat, peanuts on tour and the nutty ways people enjoy spreading their peanut butter.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall/Winter 2008
Peanuts are a nutrition powerhouse! The benefits of consuming quality U.S. peanuts are endless and it is so easy to incorporate peanuts into your diet daily. This edition includes a great recipe for homemade biscotti – perfect for entertaining or gift giving. Read more on ways eating peanuts help those living with diabetes and ways in which the Peanut Bureau of Canada gives back to various allergy organizations.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Summer 2008
With summer finally here no one wants to remain indoors when the fun is clearly outside! Packing healthy snacks can be easy with some tips and the right preparation – discover a healthy snack recipe using high-quality U.S. peanuts inside. This edition also includes the facts about nutty nutrition and a breakthrough for poverty stricken societies suffering from malnutrition.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Winter 2007
Peanuts pack a protein punch and despite notions that peanuts and peanut butter are high in sodium, that is not the case. This edition gives consumers information on peanuts and their sodium content, a great recipe for a tasty peanut butter spread and important measures for a food-allergen-safe environment.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Winter 2006
Peanuts and peanut butter are so versatile; you can include them in almost every meal! Trans fat-free and containing five essential nutrients, U.S. peanuts provide more than relief of hunger. This edition includes two great recipes to incorporate peanuts in your meals.


In a Nutshell Newsletter: Fall 2006
Dressed up or down, peanuts are the perfect snack! In this edition you’ll find: how planning for snacks can help curb impulse-eating, the evolving innovation in research and technology in the USA peanut industry and two delicious recipes featuring Asian and Moroccan peanuts.

In this issue of In a Nutshell, learn about how incorporating peanuts into your diet may help reduce inflammation and also reduce chances of early death. Plus, get an update on peanut allergy treatments for children and a fresh harvest salad recipe.