Q. Does decaf coffee really have no caffeine?
Q. I was recently diagnosed with gout. Which foods should I avoid?
Image © shutter_m | Getty Images A. Colleen Driscoll, a dietetic intern at the Frances Stern Nutrition Center, answers: “Honey is being actively studied as an antioxidant, as well as for other potential health benefits, although the jury is still out. Native to New Zealand, Manuka honey is advertised as having unique antibacterial properties. It […]
Q. I like to spoil my granddaughter with treats when she is with me. Am I doing any harm?
Q. Should I wash my poultry before preparing it?
Q. What are some substitutes for dairy (including milk powder) in recipes?
Q. Do the proteins in milk limit the absorption of antioxidants from berries?
Q. You seem to write a lot about supplements not being necessary. Arent multivitamins a good thing?
Q. Why dont I see vitamin A on my package of ready-to-steam frozen sweet potatoes?
Q. I have read reports that coffee is good for health. I cannot consume caffeine. Does decaf coffee have any health benefits?