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Dylan is an Associate Nutrition Specialist at Ketchum. He works across food and nutrition accounts to ensure accuracy in reporting nutrition science and research communications. Dylan received his Masters from Texas Tech University, where he underwent training in conducting clinical trials. Dylan has presented his research at conferences including Obesity Week and Experimental Biology. His research interests include appetite hormones, obesity and feeding behaviors. Dylan serves as the Sponsorship and Network Relations Chair for the Cultures of Gender and Age Member Interest Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. He is currently pursuing his Registered Dietitian (RD) credential with the Wellness Workdays Dietetic Internship.

Should You Salt Your Grapefruit? How the Food Science Research of Today Fuels the Communications of Tomorrow

by Dylan Bailey | July 11, 2018

Grapefruits can be bitter, so how do we make them have a more pleasurable taste? A light dusting of sugar is often the logical solution. But, there’s an alternative option to achieve a sweeter taste. Salt. How do we know this works? We have research to thank. Salt brands in the 1940s certainly did, as […]