The Fresh Beet Grocery Guide: How To Choose Most Nutritious Peanut Butter
By Ashley Galloway, MS, RD // February 4, 2016
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EDITOR’S NOTE: We are delighted to again welcome Ashley Galloway, a clinical dietitian, nutrition expert and native of Indialantic, to SpaceCoastDaily.com.
Ashley is focused on educating people on all aspects of how to prepare and enjoy a nutritious diet, and the bottom line on nutritional choices at the grocery counter through her popular blog, TheFreshBeet.com.
TFB was created as a space to share her passion for healthy cooking and to teach others how to live healthier lives using nutrition as medicine.
We have posted many of Ashley’s articles, which are designed to inspire you to get in the kitchen and reconnect with your sense of creativity as a way to eat healthier, on SpaceCoastDaily, as well as published selected articles in Space Coast Medicine and Active Living magazine.
This video is the first in her new “Grocery Guide” video series and provides an expert’s take on the important nutritional aspects of the myriad peanut butter choices on your grocer’s shelf.
–Dr. Jim Palermo, Editor-in-Chief
ABOVE VIDEO: The Grocery Guide is a video series dedicated to helping you make the most nutritious choices at the grocery store. With misleading label claims out the wazoo, it’s easy to get confused about which products to buy to ensure good health. Let me take the confusion out of grocery shopping for you so we can be a healthier nation. (Ashley Galloway Video)
THE FRESH BEET–Hi Everyone! I’m excited to share my first video of The Grocery Guide, a video series dedicated to helping you make the most nutritious choices at the grocery store.
With misleading label claims out the wazoo, it’s easy to get confused about which products to buy to ensure good health and prevent disease.
Let me take the confusion out of grocery shopping for you so we can become a healthier nation.
Please comment with any questions or suggestions you have!
(I did not receive compensation to promote Smuckers. I advocate for any brand which produces a product with minimal ingredients such as peanuts and salt.)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Ashley Galloway, an Indialantic native who graduated from Holy Trinity Academy, received her Master’s degree in Nutrition from Florida State University and has since worked as a clinical dietitian in a variety of settings from pediatrics to adult kidney transplant to nutrition research. She currently works on the frontline of preventative care as the campus Dietitian for the College of Charleston in South Carolina. Ashley started a food blog called The Fresh Beet, which is a space she uses to share healthy recipes and nutrition information designed to help her readers achieve optimal health.