Last Updated: October 21, 2020
Created: September 20, 2016
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Healthy Kitchen 101 LLC is not a medical organization and does not provide medical advice. Our content does not constitute a medical diagnosis or substitute for specialist consultations, evaluations, and treatments.
The reader is urged to seek medical advice from qualified health care professionals prior to applying any decision to your current diet. The publishers, writers, and nutritionists of Healthy Kitchen 101 are not responsible for any injury, mishap, or detrimental consequences incurred from your involvement in activities and ideas presented on this website.
How We Define a “Healthy Recipe”
Our recipes are developed for generally healthy adults with no specific allergies or health concerns. They follow our Healthy Eating Guideline. This guideline was composed based on the latest dietary recommendations from the USDA and other accredited health organizations. It’s reviewed by a registered dietician nutritionist.
Among other factors of healthy eating, the Guideline specifies the maximum amount of energy (calories), saturated fat, and sodium we can have in each recipe. A “healthy recipe” by our definition is one that stays within those restrictions.
Each of the recipe categories (main dish, side dish, drink, etc) also has its own limits of those three dietary components. This is so that when you combine the recipes to make a complete meal plan for the day, you won’t go over the daily limitation defined by the Guideline.
We may label our recipes, or introduce certain ingredients and cooking methods as “heart-healthy”, “weight-loss”, or “low-carbs” based on the amount of certain macro and micronutrients. Those labels are intended to help you find recipes that might be suitable for your dietary needs. However, because everybody reacts differently to a food, the labels should be treated as reference only.
How We Calculate Nutrition in Recipes
At Healthy Kitchen 101, we use online apps to calculate the nutritional content of our recipes. These figures should only be considered estimates.
Due to the use of different nutrition calculators, you may see small inconsistencies in the nutrition information provided in the table in the middle and at the end of the articles (calories: +-10, saturated fat: +-1g, sodium: +-10mg). These differences are nutritionally insignificant and do not negate the health claims made in the articles.
The nutritional values of the foods made can fluctuate following changes to the ingredients (product type, product origin, freshness, etc) and in the ways they are processed. More accurate nutritional information in any given recipe should be calculated from the actual ingredients used.
As the preparer, you assume complete responsibility to ensure accurate nutritional information and content in your recipe.
The Nutrition Information We Provide
Dietary standards change constantly as patterns and phenomena are observed and more research is conducted. We constantly update our Healthy Eating Guideline to reflect these standards.
When providing information that could possibly affect your dietary decision, such as the possible benefits and risks of consuming a particular food or supplement, we try our best to stay objective and up-to-date. The health claims made are evidence-based, backed by the latest guidelines, research, and studies we can find from accredited health organizations. We have a limited list of Trusted Sources— third-party websites where most if not all of our claims are referenced to.
While the Trusted Sources are very carefully selected, we have no control over any misinformation or changes in the content of the references. We do not endorse or assume responsibility for any information offered by websites that are linked through our site.
Whom Our Recipes And Nutritional Information Are Intended for
We develop recipes and offer health/nutrition information for adults with normal health who have no allergies or medical concerns.
Please do not use the recipe if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
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