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Soon it will be much easier to tell whether a packaged food or beverage is actually healthy.
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The month of March is National Nutrition Month. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is available to guide you in making informed choices on healthy food and fitness habits.
Husbands beware: Wives now have another reason to want you to work longer and harder.
Last year, I blogged several times about nutrition facts panels and ingredients statements in relation to wine and other TTB-regulated alcohol products.
Added sugar intake should be less than 10% of your total calories a day, and consuming less than 5% of total calories from added sugars provides additional health benefits, according to new draft guidelines from the World Health Organization.
That's because March is National Nutrition Month, and with spring coming soon and summer not too far off, now is as good a time as any to start some new eating habits.
Flansburg, who farms 1,900 acres amid the rolling hills of southeastern Washington, has been increasing the amount of the chickpeas used to make hummus by about one-third each year to take advantage of good prices and demand.
He's a Doctor of Holistic Medicine and one of the most accomplished chefs and nutritionists in America, and now food mogul George Rapitis has added "answer man" to his lists of successes.
Tasha, 31, says she hates vegetables and refuses to eat them. A mother of two, she worries for her long-term health and fears her eating habits will rub off on her children.
FEBRUARY 27: Nutrition labels are seen on food packaging on February 27, 2014 in Miami, Florida.
Your liver works hard to protect your health. It's a rugged, strong organ. But certain things - like alcohol, drugs, viruses, and excess weight - can damage it.
WHO officials recommend that sugar account for less than 10 per cent of a person's total daily intake.
The creators behind WholeMe snacks believe that an absence of preservatives in the foods we eat actually helps preserve our lives.
The World Health Organization is again urging people to lower the amount of sugar they eat, suggesting there are health benefits to restricting so-called free sugars to less than five per cent of one's dietary intake.
People should cut the amount of sugar in their diet by half if they want to improve their health, the World Health Organisation has said.
Batley Foyer took over Dewsbury's Longcauseway Church on Monday to encourage young people to learn more about nutrition, mental health and exercise.
For somebody who is often seen to be "slamming" an unfavourable study, or "hitting back" at research showing complementary medicine in a negative light, Carl Gibson is in a less belligerent mood today.