• Running into Sports Nutrition

    Running into Sports Nutrition

    Sports nutrition is important no matter what type of physical activity you participate in.

    Emily Tills | November 22, 2017

  • 5 Tips for the Perfect Cheese Board

    5 Tips for the Perfect Cheese Board

    Learn how to craft, cut, spread, and share the perfect cheese board for your upcoming holiday or game watching party with Cabot Creamery and Weis Markets.

    Michelle Barber | November 09, 2017

  • Learn How Farmers and Cows Handle Daylight Savings

    Learn How Farmers and Cows Handle Daylight Savings

    Yep, it’s that time of year again. When all the clocks in our lives need to be turned back one hour for the end of Daylight Saving Time. Officially, the change back to standard time is Sunday, November 5, at 2 a.m.

    Administrator | November 02, 2017

  • 5 Healthy Ways to Celebrate Fall Food

    5 Healthy Ways to Celebrate Fall Food

    Fall brings cozy sweaters and comfort food, along with an abundance of tempting treats. Everywhere you turn you see pumpkin lattes, muffins, donuts, cookies, pancakes, and fall-flavored treats galore!

    American Dairy | October 23, 2017

  • 3 Meaningful Ways to Honor National Farmers Day

    3 Meaningful Ways to Honor National Farmers Day

    We are the reason dairy farmers get up at odd hours to feed and care for their animals, work year-round on the farm, and make sure we have an ample supply of fresh, local dairy. It is their life's passion and commitment.

    Administrator | October 11, 2017

  • 5 Foods That’ll Make You Fall for Maple Pecan

    5 Foods That’ll Make You Fall for Maple Pecan

    When you think of autumn – do you think pumpkin spice lattes, cookies, milk, yogurt…well, everything? Well I do did. I think along with other Americans I may finally be pumpkin spiced out! Why be so basic?

    Administrator | October 09, 2017

  • Pumpkin Spice Dairy for a More Basic Life

    Pumpkin Spice Dairy for a More Basic Life

    It’s okay to be basic. But why not add a little spice to your life? Pumpkin spice, to be exact. Your grocery aisle has a harvest overload of pumpkin anything-you’ve-ever-wanted.

    Ania Stilwell | October 06, 2017

  • Eating on $4 Per Day – Can You Do It?

    Eating on $4 Per Day – Can You Do It?

    In the United States, nearly 1 in 8 people struggle with hunger, according to Feeding America. As a former grocery store dietitian, I often saw the subtle signs of food insecurity when customers would tell me they had to wait until the following month to

    Administrator | September 28, 2017

  • Learn How Drinking Milk Keeps Seniors Moving

    Learn How Drinking Milk Keeps Seniors Moving

    Whether you’re 7 or 77, drinking milk at any age is important for good health. Milk is a good source of vitamin D and calcium, which older adults tend to need more of, to maintain bone strength, preserve muscle strength, and prevent osteoporosis.

    Ania Stilwell | September 26, 2017

  • NVAND Farm Tour

    NVAND Farm Tour

    Administrator | September 19, 2017

  • Dairy: From Table to TV

    Dairy: From Table to TV

    We showed you milk in movies before the Oscars and now that the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards are here…it’s TV’s turn! This time though, we’re not just stopping with milk.

    Gary Cheeseman | September 15, 2017

  • Dinnertime with Kids

    Dinnertime with Kids

    What are some healthy recipes a child will eats?

    Michelle Barber, MA, RDN, CDN Follow her @DairyMomRD | September 12, 2017

  • Better Breakfast Month Recipes from Our Dietitian Friends

    Better Breakfast Month Recipes from Our Dietitian Friends

    September is Better Breakfast Month – the perfect time to revamp your breakfast routine! Starting the day with a healthy breakfast can get you and your family on track to make better choices throughout the day and curb overeating at other meals.

    Administrator | September 11, 2017

  • Flavored Milk: A Nutrient Powerhouse

    Flavored Milk: A Nutrient Powerhouse

    The importance of milk in the American diet is firmly founded in nutrition science. In fact, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends three servings per day of dairy for ages nine years and older.

    Administrator | September 08, 2017

  • Dairy Aisle Grows with New Products

    Dairy Aisle Grows with New Products

    I took a trip down the dairy aisle in all of the local grocery stores to find new trends and products for all my dairy loving friends. We know that dairy is undeniably a key ingredient to health at all ages and should be a staple in your grocery cart but

    Administrator | August 30, 2017

  • Dairy Aisle Grows with New Products

    Dairy Aisle Grows with New Products

    I took a trip down the dairy aisle in all of the local grocery stores to find new trends and products for all my dairy loving friends. We know that dairy is undeniably a key ingredient to health at all ages and should be a staple in your grocery cart but

    Administrator | August 30, 2017

  • The Impact of Dairy

    The Impact of Dairy

    I confess, milk is something I take for granted. It takes little effort to reach into the refrigerator and pull out milk, or to run to the store and pick up a fresh gallon. I never considered milk a luxury, until I spoke with the York family from Western

    Ania Stilwell | August 28, 2017

  • Happy “Healthy” National Banana Split Day

    Happy “Healthy” National Banana Split Day

    Its Official! National Banana Split Day is quickly approaching this Friday, August 25th, as children young and old scream for ice cream. This classic dessert is over 100 years old from Latrobe, Pennsylvania which is the birthplace for this American classi

    Administrator | August 23, 2017

  • Top Starbucks Drink Picks by this RD 2 Be and Barista

    Top Starbucks Drink Picks by this RD 2 Be and Barista

    Along with being a college senior in a nutrition and dietetics program, I am also a part-time Barista at Starbucks. Through my 2-and-a-half-year tenure there and my nutrition classes, I have found the best drinks for health-conscious customers.

    Administrator | August 17, 2017

  • Dairy Farmer, Registered Dietitian, AND Ironman!

    Dairy Farmer, Registered Dietitian, AND Ironman!

    Well folks it’s me here, your dairy farmer-dietitian…. and…. Ironman! After taking a few weeks to recover and absorb the feeling of being an IRONMAN, I wanted to recap my race day thoughts and reflections of this Ironman Lake Placid journey…

    Administrator | August 14, 2017

  • Dietitians on a Dairy Farm

    Dietitians on a Dairy Farm

    On June 24th, I joined a group of Greater New York Dietetic Association (GNYDA) members as we spent the day at Fulper Family Farmstead in Lambertville, NJ. The group met in NYC to take a bus to NJ to tour the 107 year old family-run dairy farm, learn abou

    Administrator | August 01, 2017

  • Thank You Mark Zuckerberg

    Thank You Mark Zuckerberg

    Earlier this year Mark Zuckerberg, Co-Founder and CEO of Facebook, embarked on a challenge he dubbed “A Year of Travel“. The challenge: listen and learn about how more people live, work and think about the future. In 2017, he set out to visit 12 new place

    Gary Cheeseman | August 01, 2017

  • Cold Soups are Hot!

    Cold Soups are Hot!

    When it’s 95 degrees outside the last thing you want to do is turn your oven on! A great way to “beat the heat” is to find dishes that require little prep time and minimal stove top involvement. A tasty, nutritious (and often forgotten) dinner solution i

    Administrator | July 17, 2017

  • High Time for Tri Time: Tapering for Success

    High Time for Tri Time: Tapering for Success

    Well folks, it’s about that time! Ironman Lake Placid is only days away and I’m experiencing every stage of race day jitters; anxiousness, nervousness, excitement and… the inevitable second-guessing of my life decisions.

    Administrator | July 14, 2017