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Get Supermarket Savvy

From the Show: Talk Healthy Today
Summary: Hitting the grocery aisles can be overwhelming if you're trying to eat healthier (organic, non-GMO, antibiotic-free, cage-free, grass-fed, etc.).
Air Date: 3/10/17
Duration: 19:33
Guest Bio: Stefanie Sacks, MS, CNS
Stefanie-SacksStefanie Sacks, MS, CNS, is the author of the new release, What the Fork Are You Eating? (Tarcher).  

A culinary nutrition specialist as well as a certified chef with a master's of science in nutrition from Columbia University, Sacks has been studying food and health for over 20 years.  

The host of Hampton NPR's Stirring the Pot radio show, she is truly passionate about promoting sustainable practices and wellness through food.
  • Book Title: What the Fork Are You Eating?: An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/StefanieSacks
  • Guest Twitter Account: @stefanie_sacks
Get Supermarket Savvy
Hitting the grocery aisles can be overwhelming if you're trying to eat healthier (organic, non-GMO, antibiotic-free, cage-free, grass-fed, etc.).

But, small changes can make a huge impact.

Guest Stephanie Sacks' book, What the Fork Are You Eating?: An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate, is an encyclopedic guide on how to question the food you're eating and make healthier choices for your family. 

Stephanie's years of experience, both as a patient and as a practitioner, has allowed her to identify the most offensive ingredients in our food choices, as well provide tips on how you can remove (or at least minimize) them in your diet.

One of the most important pieces of advice Stephanie offers is to really pay attention to how you feel physically after eating certain foods. Do they make you feel vibrant and energetic? Or lethargic and gross? Once you can align your body with the foods that support well-being, you'll be well on your way to making the right choices.

Listen in as Stephanie joins host Lisa Davis to share insight from the book and tips for getting supermarket savvy. 

She also discusses the confusion surrounding antibiotics and hormones in animal products, and why labels like Certified Humane and Animal Welfare Approved are far more important than "hormone-free" or "antibiotic-free."

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What the Fork Are You Eating?: An Action Plan for Your Pantry and Plate

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