Since 2006, Guiding Stars has been making nutrition as easy as 1, 2, 3. We analyze foods using a patented algorithm and translate the nutrition information to a rating system that is easy to understand.
You probably know that Guiding Stars is all about healthy, nutritious food. Follow the Guiding Stars signage throughout the store. Choosing mostly items that earn stars. You'll automatically and easily end up with a cart full of nutritious food. You might be wondering exactly what we mean by “nutritious,” though, so here’s a little background on Guiding Stars defines the word.
Great nutrition starts in your kitchen. Browse through our extensive recipe database for star-worthy recipes that will inspire you and make feeding your family nutritious food a little easier.
Listen to Allison Stowell and Kitty Broihier discuss nutritious options in the grocery store in this free, one-hour webinar.
Search for any of 100,000 foods in the Guiding Stars database and view the zero, one, two or three star nutrition rating for that food.
We've talked in some depth this month about nextovers. We've covered focus ingredients and supporting players. Ingredients alone, however, do not a cooking approach make. If you want your nextover expeditions to succeed, you need a reliable procedural code for bringing disparate elements together. Into a federation, if you will.
I recently had the privilege to join a panel of public health and food industry experts, including the U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams, to discuss how the food industry can work to create a healthy and sustainable food system. I was honored to have a seat at the table to discuss this essential topic. It was a great opportunity to showcase the work our clients do and the role Guiding Stars plays in supporting them.
Protein is an essential macronutrient that must be included in the diet at an adequate amount for good health. Due to their high protein content, foods made from meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts, and seeds are considered part of the Protein Foods Group. According to USDA’s MyPlate, protein foods should make up ¼ of our plates. However, these foods contain a lot more than protein and nutrient density varies because of it. In this edition of Surprising Stars, we will explain why Guiding Stars does not consider protein level as it evaluates the nutrient density of food.