Making your own food can be a very fun and cost-effective way to eat healthier.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
Registered Dietitian and Founder of Tatalou Science Nathalie Chevreau, PhD, R.D., published an article today on Tatalou.com sharing a recipe for making energy bars at home.
“Every day it gets more and more difficult to understand what ingredients and chemicals are entering our bodies,” said Chevreau. “The size of the nutrition label continues to grow and consumers are left wondering what it really is they’re eating.”
By making energy bars at home, says Chevreau, consumers can use fewer ingredients, stay away from added sugar and avoid unnecessary processed foods. The recipe is also no-bake adding even more ease.
“Making your own food can be a very fun and cost-effective way to eat healthier,” said Chevreau. “Plus, it’s one more step in the right direction of a healthier you.”
About Tatalou Science
Tatalou Science was founded by Nathalie Chevreau as a natural health company with a simple, but profound, philosophy: Women are physiologically different than men with unique strengths and sensitivities. Nathalie earned her PhD in Chemistry at the University of Bordeaux, then completed her postdoctoral fellowship at Cornell University. She also has a Master’s degree in Foods and Nutrition from the University of Utah. She is a Registered Dietitian and continues to work in various capacities, counseling women on weight loss and preventive health. As an adjunct professor in the Division of Foods & Nutrition at the University of Utah, Nathalie presents lectures to medical students and residents as well as students in the master’s program. She has published several articles and presented research findings at numerous national and international conferences. Learn more at Tatalou.com.
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