Diet-related illnesses such as type-2 diabetes are becoming more prevalent, and food allergies such as gluten intolerance are becoming more prominent. America's First Lady has embarked on a mission to end childhood obesity, and doctors' orders for older patients that suffer from chronic conditions now frequently have a dietary component. These changes have placed America's supermarkets at the intersection of food and health, and they have made registered dietitians an ...

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