Q: Are “seed oils” bad to use?
Q: I need to have some oral surgery and will need to be on a diet that is mostly liquids for a couple of weeks. What are some things I should plan on buying or stocking up on?
Q: If someone has pre-diabetes (borderline diabetes) is it safe to eat breads with no added sugar?
Q: What is the difference between the Laura Lynn "Nu-trish" milk and the Laura Lynn regular 1% milk?
Q: I was buying this item at Ingles and suddenly it has disappeared! What happened to it?
Q: Do "lactation cookies" work?
How’s your pickle knowledge?
Leah McGrath, RDN, LDN is the Corporate Dietitian for Ingles Markets. She can answer your questions about food from the farm to the plate, whether you want to know about nutrition, ingredients, preparation or farming practices.
Q: Should I be buying local honey to prevent or relieve seasonal allergies?
Are you a creature of habit when it comes to buying produce? How about trying some new/different items!
It’s that time of year when think about gift giving and may struggle to have the time or finances to buy for everyone.
With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror, the holidays are in full swing.
Q: I am having a lot of stomach issues and a friend suggested I may have celiac disease and I should stop eating gluten. Is this good advice?
If you’ve got some time before the end of the year to read some books, or are looking for some books to give as gifts, here are some of my recommendations:
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