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  • Westchester firm recalls salmonella-contaminated supplement ingredient

    Westchester firm recalls salmonella-contaminated supplement ingredient
    Concern over salmonella contamination has prompted a Chicago-area firm to recall nearly 40,000 pounds of a dietary ingredient, a move that in turn prompted several recalls of supplements containing the suspect material. U.S. Food and Drug...
  • Almonds a healthy snack substitute for dieters

    Almonds a healthy snack substitute for dieters
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Substituting almonds for less healthy foods could help dieters stick to a calorie-controlled diet, and lower their cholesterol at the same time, says a new study. "Nuts, and in this case almonds, shouldn't be on the 'do not...
  • Getting creative with salads

    Each week a nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center provides a guest post to The Baltimore Sun's health blog Picture of Health (baltimoresun.com/pictureofhealth), which is printed here. This week, Debra Schulze, RD, LDN, weighs in on...
  • July 31: Midday Fix - Diet and Exercise

    July 31: Midday Fix - Diet and Exercise
    Downsize Fitness 220 North Aberdeen Street, 2-N Chicago www.downsizefitness.com/ Six Additions to Your Diet Dark Leafy Greens Think kale, spinach, broccoli, etc. Contain calcium, magnesium, iron, potassium, phosphorous and zinc, as well as vitamins A,...
  • The hard facts on bones and vitamin D

     The hard facts on bones and vitamin D
    The best way to reduce risk for osteoporosis — a thinning and weakening of the bones — seems to be the subject of ongoing debate. This month brought a fresh round of questions after a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine...
  • FDA warns Hershey over chocolate syrup labeling

    FDA warns Hershey over chocolate syrup labeling
    (Reuters) - Hershey Co made nutritional claims for its chocolate syrups that do not meet regulatory guidelines, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said. In a warning letter to the company dated February 14, made public on Tuesday, the FDA said the...
  • FDA sends Hershey a nutritional claims violation over syrup

    FDA sends Hershey a nutritional claims violation over syrup
    The FDA sent a letter to John P. Bilbrey, CEO and President of Hershey, warning them about a violation on the nutritional claims made on "Hershey's® Syrup+Calcium" and "Hershey's® Syrup Sugar Free with Vitamin & Mineral Fortification" products. See the...
  • Love it, Like it, Hate it - Pancakes

    Love it, Like it, Hate it - Pancakes
    Pancakes are a breakfast favorite, and there’s been an explosion of better-for-you pancake mixes on shelves.  But not all are as nutritious as the labels might lead you to believe, so today we’re Getting the Skinny with Molly on which mixes...
  • All About Food: Vegan food healthy and tasty

     All About Food: Vegan food healthy and tasty
    Kyle Domer, owner of the cleverly named Phoney Baloney's, a vegan sandwich shop in Irvine, is passionate about his food. After his parents' divorce when he was a young man, he gained about 45 pounds from eating fast food and had health issues. In...
  • Plant-based diets take root in U.S. among athletes, exercisers

    Plant-based diets take root in U.S. among athletes, exercisers
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - For Brendan Brazier it all started with a smoothie. The former Ironman triathlete and ultra-marathon champion said he decided to change to a vegan diet as a high school athlete hoping to turn professional. "I knew I had to improve,"...
  • Sugary drinks tied to kidney stone risk

    Sugary drinks tied to kidney stone risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Adults who drink at least one sugar-sweetened drink a day are slightly more likely to develop kidney stones than people who rarely imbibe them, according to a new study. While the recommendation for kidney stone prevention has...