June is Juice Celebration Month and I’m back once again, in collaboration with the Canadian Beverage Association, to discuss some of the benefits of 100% fruit juice. In my first article, entitled The Three Biggest Myths About 100% Fruit Juice, I looked towards population data to correct a number of

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The goal of today’s article is work through, or squeeze out, some of the major myths and misconceptions about 100% juice intake and the role it plays in contributing to our health. Let’s start by identifying that 100% fruit juice means juice that is directly squeezed from a fruit and

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If you’ve been at all interested in the connection between dietary intake and NAFLD risk or progression, it’s very likely that the topic of fructose has come up during the course of your research. In fact, my recent foray into TikTok strongly demonstrated just how eager people are to singularly

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Saturated fat has become something of a hot topic in the world of nutrition discourse, but when it comes to fatty liver disease the evidence seems to be pretty clear. It ain’t great. But let’s elaborate on that, shall we? Of course, if you are looking for a resource to

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Milk thistle, scientifically referred to as Silybum marianum, is a herbal remedy that has long been considered to offer unique benefits to the liver. Its primary active ingredient, Silymarin, has been demonstrated in some capacity to have strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects and, as such, has generated interest as a

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The Mediterranean diet is the primary dietary pattern recommended by the 2020 ESPEN Practice Guidelines For Clinical Nutrition In Liver Disease for those living with NAFLD hoping to improve insulin sensitivity and reduce fat storage on the liver (known as steatosis). Today’s article won’t likely be the first time you’ve

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