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Nutrition

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  • Genetic testing moves into world of employee health

    Your employer may one day help determine if your genes are why your jeans have become too snug. Big companies are considering blending genetic testing with coaching on nutrition and exercise to help workers lose weight and improve their health before...
  • Environmental Nutrition: Soy myths exposed

    Environmental Nutrition: Soy myths exposed
    Environmental Nutrition Plenty of myths surround soy, from causing breast cancer to feminizing men. But what does the science say? Since 1990, more than 10,000 peer-reviewed studies have been conducted on soy, a food consumed worldwide in many forms over...
  • Nutritionist will present free weight-loss seminar

    Nutritionist Diana Fleming, co-author of "The Full Plate Diet" will host a free seminar at 5:30 p.m. May 5 at the Donald and Audrey Conry CREATION (Choice, Rest, Environment, Activity, Trust, Interpersonal Relationships, Outlook and Nutrition) Health...
  • Caffeine and Kids: Brewing up trouble

    Caffeine and Kids: Brewing up trouble
    Many parents would never consider giving their children a cup of coffee in the morning – but they might think it is OK to allow them to drink other caffeinated beverages. But younger children should not be consuming caffeine on a regular basis....
  • Hospital wellness efforts look at innovative ways to drive participation

    Hospital wellness efforts look at innovative ways to drive participation
    Kathy Dominguez, a health information analyst at St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart, knew it was time to make a change. The Portage resident had been dealing with high cholesterol and high blood pressure for a while when the results of a biomarkers...
  • Dr. Oz and the triumph of pseudoscience

    Dr. Oz and the triumph of pseudoscience
    I have urged all my patients to avoid the bad dietary supplements that Dr. Oz promotes ("Give Dr. Oz his due," April 21). In The New Yorker magazine, Dr. Oz said "I want no more barriers between patient and medicine. I would take us all back a...
  • Washington's failure at fixing school lunches

    To the editor: If only politicians knew as much about nutrition as they did about fundraising. The food fight is too political and based more on expected campaign contributions from the giant food suppliers than on science. ("'Lunch lady' lobby joins...
  • EatingWell: Color your diet healthy. Purple produce packed with nutrients

    "Only humans and birds have color vision," notes David Heber, director of UCLA's Center for Human Nutrition. He believes the ability to see color probably evolved as a way for us to better see--and eat--the bounty of colorful fruits and veggies. Lucky us!...
  • Are IronPigs' bacon critics the fun police?

    Are IronPigs' bacon critics the fun police?
    A few years ago, I began my day at Musikfest with a beef brisket sandwich, crab cake sliders with curly fries, turkey and bacon kabobs, a Buffalo chicken cheesesteak pretzel, deep fried Kool-Aid, a root beer float and a 24-ounce Rolling Rock. Last week,...
  • Six healthful habits that can totally backfire

    You eat clean, work out, meditate and pretty much do all the "right" things. So of course that means you'll be slim, healthy and injury-free, correct? Not so fast. Some seemingly good things actually aren't so great, especially if you go overboard or...
  • The picky eater's guide to healthy eating

    The picky eater's guide to healthy eating
    Not everyone can eat grilled salmon on a bed a quinoa with a side of bok choi every day. For those who prefer to stay away from oily fish and cruciferous vegetables, the healthy options can feel a bit limited. But after spending several years in the picky...