Rachel Bordoli is deeply enthusiastic about lifestyle medicine and fascinated by the interrelatedness of issues in public health, dietary patterns and the environment. Having earned the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate, she uses this expertise, combined with her earlier scientific training and business background, to bring a whole food plant-based perspective to analyzing the food system, ongoing medical research related to diet and lifestyle, and international trends in dietary preferences and health outcomes. When she is not immersed in these topics, she can be found playing in the kitchen, lifting weights or open water swimming in San Francisco Bay. Rachel also serves on the board of the San Francisco Vegan Society.

Aspartame—Friend or Foe? Here’s What the Research Says
Aspartame—Friend or Foe? Here’s What the Research Says

Aspartame is popular among people looking for a sugarless route to satisfying their sweet tooth, including people with diabetes, people on sugar-restricting diets like keto, and people who are trying to lose weight. But, is there a link between aspartame and cancer risk?

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