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  1. Amira Rice, Now Available in Three of th ...Read the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Financial Mirror

    Amira Nature Foods Ltd , a leading global provider of packaged Indian specialty rice, today announced the launch of Amira branded products in Asda, a British supermarket chain. Amira's Pure Basmati rice and Superior Aromatic rice will now be available in 256 Asda stores in the U.K. Combined with the company's existing agreements with Morrisons, Tesco and Waitrose, Amira products are now sold in three of the four largest retailers in the U.K. and reach more than half of British supermarket shoppers.

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  2. Amira Rice, Now Available in Three of the Top Four U.K. RetailersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    Amira Nature Foods Ltd , a leading global provider of packaged Indian specialty rice, today announced the launch of Amira branded products in Asda, a British supermarket chain. Amira's Pure Basmati rice and Superior Aromatic rice will now be available in 256 Asda stores in the U.K. Combined with the company's existing agreements with Morrisons, Tesco and Waitrose, Amira products are now sold in three of the four largest retailers in the U.K. and reach more than half of British supermarket shoppers.

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  3. Grocery List: Your Guide To NutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | WCKX-FM Columbus

    Nuts are nature's way of showing us that great things come in small packages. A handful can pack your diet with plenty of protein, fiber, unsaturated fats, and wonderful vitamins and minerals.

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  4. Grocery List: Your Guide To NutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | WTLC-AM Indianapolis

    Nuts are nature's way of showing us that great things come in small packages. A handful can pack your diet with plenty of protein, fiber, unsaturated fats, and wonderful vitamins and minerals.

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  5. The role of extended-release niacin on immune activation and...Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Trials Journal

    Approximately 30% of HIV-1-infected patients receiving antiretroviral therapy who achieve virologic control have unsatisfactory immune reconstitution, with CD4+ T-cell counts persistently below 350 cells/muL. These patients are at elevated risk for clinical progression to AIDS and non-AIDS events.

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  6. Lazy Beef Lasagna & Sloppy Joe BakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 2 | WKBT

    Heat oven to 400A F. Heat large nonstick over medium heat until hot. Add Ground Beef and garlic; cook 8 to 10 minutes, breaking into 3/4-inch crumbles and stirring occasionally.

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  7. Chewing the fat about high cholesterolRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Northeasttimes.com

    When most people go to see their primary care physician, they will inevitably have a discussion on their cholesterol or lipid panel. This is a set of laboratory studies that includes cholesterol subtypes minimally including LDL, HDL and triglyceride cholesterol.

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  8. Pumpkins Are More than Just a Halloween StapleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Examiner.com

    I am a big fan of pumpkin and fall marks the official season of the pumpkin. Most people are not aware that the pumpkin is not a vegetable, but a fruit.

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  9. EXCHANGE: At age 99, professor continues researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | SFGate

    In this Sept. 23, 2014 photo, Fred Kummerow poses for a photo at Burnsides Lab in Urbana , Ill.

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  10. Unending curiosity: At nearly 100, prof continues provocative research into human healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | The News-Gazette

    Targeting a primary cause of heart disease might be enough for one research lifetime, but Fred Kummerow doesn't rest on past glory. The biochemist who was the first to pinpoint the heart risks of trans fats in processed foods - and challenge long-held theories about the role of dietary cholesterol - is turning his attention to two other debilitating diseases: Parkinson's and Alzheimer's.

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  11. Spreading the facts on peanut butterRead the original story

    Sep 18, 2014 | Telegram

    Last week I reviewed bogus bread spreads like Cheeze Whiz and Nutella, and promised this week to devote some attention towards the other kid-coveted bread spread - peanut butter. Peanut butter can be a nutritious choice or a bogus bread spread, it all depends on which kind you choose.

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  12. Individualized, cholesterol-targeted approach to heart disease and stroke best for patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 18, 2014 | Medical News Today

    A recent guideline for using statins to reduce atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease has wavered too far from the simple cholesterol goals that have saved thousands of lives in the past decade, and doesn't adequately treat patients as individuals, experts said in a national report. An expert panel coordinated by the National Lipid Association has created its own outline for how to best treat people at risk for cardiovascular disease, which they say focuses on reducing cholesterol to an appropriate level, and puts less emphasis on whether or not a patient fits into a certain type of group.

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  13. 10 Meds That Can Cause PainRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2014 | HealthCentral

    Doctors are often asked to diagnose the cause of pain. Sometimes the cause is as close as the medication list.

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  14. Report urges individualized, cholesterol-targeted approach to heart disease, strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2014 | Science Daily

    A recent guideline for using statins to reduce atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease has wavered too far from the simple cholesterol goals that have saved thousands of lives in the past decade, and doesn't adequately treat patients as individuals, experts say. A recent guideline for using statins to reduce atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease has wavered too far from the simple cholesterol goals that have saved thousands of lives in the past decade, and doesn't adequately treat patients as individuals, experts said today in a national report.

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  15. Report urges individualized, cholesterol-targeted approach to heart disease and strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2014 | PhysOrg Weblog

    A recent guideline for using statins to reduce atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease has wavered too far from the simple cholesterol goals that have saved thousands of lives in the past decade, and doesn't adequately treat patients as individuals, experts said today in a national report. An expert panel coordinated by the National Lipid Association has created its own outline for how to best treat people at risk for cardiovascular disease, which they say focuses on reducing cholesterol to an appropriate level, and puts less emphasis on whether or not a patient fits into a certain type of group.

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  16. ChromaDex, Inc. And Enter Into NIAGEN??? Supply AgreementRead the original story

    Sep 11, 2014 | BioSpace

    ChromaDex's NIAGEN is the first and only commercially available form of nicotinamide riboside , a naturally occurring no-flush vitamin B3 metabolite found in milk. Published research has shown that NR is perhaps the most effective precursor to boost the co-enzyme NAD+ in the cell.

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  17. What's healthier: regular or light peanut butter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2014 | The Globe and Mail

    The answer: Many people choose light peanut butter because it sounds like a healthier choice. Light peanut butter does have less fat than regular peanut butter, but not as much as you might think.

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  18. Top foods to help fight depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2014 | Rediff.com

    Our lifestyle, our cultural background, our orientation towards healthy living, and even our self-esteem have much to do with our food choices. Those who have high self-esteem tend to take better care of themselves, inviting food changes, if need be, to turn around how they feel.

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  19. 3 foods to improve your moodRead the original story

    Sep 8, 2014 | Examiner.com

    By eating certain foods that contain what your body needs, you can enhance your mood in a natural way. By helping your body produce serotonin, you can make sure you are in a good mood without using alternative methods of supplements or medications.

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  20. Skinny Chef: 10 exotic superfoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2014 | Alabama Live

    Then you might be intimately familiar with some of these superfoods, while others might seems incredibly foreign . In their countries of origin, these berries, nuts, plants, and seeds have been used for thousands of years to holistically medicate the body, or just add yumminess to everyday, wholesome meals.

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