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Nutrition

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  • Herbalife gets more bad news: Illinois AG investigation

    Herbalife gets more bad news: Illinois AG investigation
    The bad news is piling up for Herbalife Ltd. Illinois Atty. Gen. Lisa Madigan is investigating complaints that the Los Angeles weight-loss and nutrition company operates a pyramid scheme, Maura Possley, a spokeswoman for the attorney general, said...
  • Start the day strong by adding veggies to your breakfast menu

    "Eat your vegetables" is oft-repeated advice at the dinner table, but how many times do you hear it at breakfast? While vegetables are not typically at the forefront of Americans' minds when it comes to the first meal of the day, it can be an ideal...
  • U.N. food chief: Obesity, unhealthy diets a greater threat than tobacco

    U.N. food chief: Obesity, unhealthy diets a greater threat than tobacco
    The United Nations' leading voice on hunger has declared that the international community must mobilize to combat obesity and unhealthy diets, not a lack of food, and called on U.N. members to rally around a "bold framework" of regulations limiting access...
  • Shamar Stephen Hopes Better Diet Helps Him Squeeze Into NFL

    Shamar Stephen Hopes Better Diet Helps Him Squeeze Into NFL
    Shamar Stephen could be the first UConn player taken in the NFL draft. Stephen and linebacker Yawin Smallwood, who had a year of eligibility remaining, are the only UConn players expected to go in the draft, which starts Thursday at 8 p.m. with Round 1...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Make it tea time to boost cancer protection

    Environmental Nutrition Tea is the most popular beverage in the world, after water--and one of the oldest medicinal brews. For the past 5,000 years, tea was believed to purify the body and preserve the mind. A large body of scientific evidence, including...
  • The value of diet soda still stirring debate

    The debate surrounding the weight loss benefits of drinking diet soda--or more specifically, its artificial sweetener content--is a hot one. Some experts argue that drinking diet soda instead of its sugar-sweetened counterpart can cut calories and support...
  • Tweak your diet to control potentially harmful inflammation

    Inflammation is a term that's commonly used but poorly grasped. "Think of inflammation as irritating chemicals that are released by your immune cells, producing swelling, redness, and pain," says Susan Blum, M.D., M.P.H., author of "The Immune System...
  • New $2.5-million grant will help poor buy fresh, locally grown produce

    New $2.5-million grant will help poor buy fresh, locally grown produce
    Market Match, an innovative program that aims to increase the amount of fresh produce available to low-income families by providing them matching funds to shop at farmers markets, has received a $2.5-million grant from First 5 L.A. that may as much as...
  • EATINGWELL: Dill-Havarti Mashed Cauliflower

    This recipe for mashed cauliflower, spiked with dill and havarti cheese, makes a simple side dish for a weeknight dinner. The low-calorie cauliflower complements the rich creaminess of havarti cheese. Dill-Havarti Mashed Cauliflower Makes 6 servings,...
  • Kristin Chenoweth learned fitness on the farm

    Kristin Chenoweth learned fitness on the farm
    When you're on Broadway, you can eat whatever you want. And Tony and Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth probably didn't worry too much about what she ate while she was growing up in Oklahoma either, because everything got burned off via either ballet or...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: A guide to fruitful foraging

    Environmental Nutrition Gone are the days when a short walk could reveal a wild harvest of earthy mushrooms, plump raspberries or aromatic sage. Or are they? Foraging for wild food is back, and it's trending high. Though most of us no longer forage for...