The FDA updated the Nutrition Facts labels on packaged foods and drinks. Learn to read them so you can keep eating healthy.
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Failing to understand nutrition labels could be holding you back from reaching your health goals. Follow these tips to understand them.
Have you been using the wrong protein powder all this time? Not only is vegan protein powder better for you, but your body uses it more efficiently.
It’s time to clean the slate or hit the reset button on your health. Forget these 2016 “health” trends and embrace a healthier future.
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The product is General Mills’ Vanilla Chex, an updated version of the Chex cereal sold in most conventional grocery and discount stores for many years. The front of the box clearly states that the product contains “no...
What do the European Union, Japan, Brazil, Australia, and China have in common? They all require GMO labeling. The United States, on the other hand, does not. In fact, there’s a strong lobbying effort in the United...
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This article will show you how to identify the causes of your headache through an elimination diet.
The list of additives in ice-cream sounds like a science project.
Vinegar, an impure dilute solution obtained by fermentation used as a preservative. It is not a food. It is a solvent. Interferes with the digestive process, retarding and preventing the proper assimilation of food causing ulcers, cancer.
The strange thing is, cat and dog food manufacturers put more synthetic nutrients in cat and dog food than human food manufacturers put in so-called human food.
Vitaminwater is not a healthy alternative to normal water.
I never really thought twice about food coloring-and if I did, I thought how wonderful it was. Isn’t it great that you can make a green cake, decorate Easter eggs, customize treats for children, make play dough,...
Yes, beware of toothpaste! Commercial brand toothpastes, that is!
The Recommended Dietary Allowance or RDA is defined as “the average daily dietary intake level that is sufficient to meet the nutrient requirements of nearly all (approximately 98 percent) healthy individuals”. History This scale and its figures...
We all know fructose is some type of sweetener, we see it listed on so many food labels: ketchup, soft-drinks, energy drinks, cereals, cookies, breads, crackers, ice creams, canned soups, and more. And most of us think...