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Nutrition

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Top Nutrition Articles

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  • Being underweight is risky business

    While headlines often sound the alarm on the dangers of being overweight, less attention is given to the two percent of U.S. adults who are underweight. Their ranks may be smaller, but the health risks that affect many people who are underweight--a body...
  • EatingWell: Focus on a 'clean' diet full of healthy, nutritious foods

    Eating clean may seem like a new buzzy idea, but really it's about going back to some sane, basic healthy-eating principles. If you've lived by these principles for years, think of this as a helpful reminder. Clean eating means filling your plate with...
  • Red Lobster tops CSPI's 2015 list of Xtreme Eating Awards

    Red Lobster tops CSPI's 2015 list of Xtreme Eating Awards
    Orlando-based Red Lobster, along with The Cheesecake Factory and Sonic, are among the restaurants nutritionists at the Center for Science in the Public Interest singled out for extreme calorie counts in menu offerings in the 2015 Xtreme Eating Awards. The...
  • Most unhealthy restaurant meals

    Most unhealthy restaurant meals
    What's on the menu? Extremely unhealthy meals. Especially combo platters. The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a watchdog group, is out with its latest list of "Xtreme Eating" meals, a summary of some of the high-calorie, high-fat, high-sodium...
  • Dear Pharmacist: How to take dietary supplements and medications

    Dear Pharmacist: How to take dietary supplements and medications
    Though we are better off getting our nutrients from healthy foods and beverages, dietary supplements can fill a nutritional gap. But it can be confusing to know when you should take certain nutrients, especially minerals that can bind, or chelate, with...
  • Real Estate Notebook: Slimfast signs Palm Beach Gardens lease

    Real Estate Notebook: Slimfast signs Palm Beach Gardens lease
    Slimfast is letting out its belt buckle in Palm Beach County. The nutritional supplement business is returning to the area with plans to expand. It's leasing 13,000 square feet at Golden Bear Plaza on U.S. 1 in Palm Beach Gardens. The company once was...
  • Eastern State Penitentiary dishes up Prison Food Weekend

    Take morning foods such as cereal, milk, toast and orange juice and mix them up in a blender. Grossed out yet? Wait, it gets worse. Then shape the blended ingredients into a loaf and bake — and eat that for 21 straight meals. "Idaho breakfast...
  • Freshii switching to in-house salad dressings

    Freshii switching to in-house salad dressings
    Freshii is freshening up its dressing. The nutrition-focused restaurant will start serving simplified salad dressings in all locations Tuesday, after testing the new versions in Canada. The new dressings contain a maximum of eight ingredients, down from...
  • Plant-based hormone therapy good alternative in menopause

    Hot flashes, disrupted sleep, vaginal dryness, mood swings, difficulty concentrating, bone loss: These issues are all too common when women's estrogen levels drop and hormones become imbalanced during the transition to menopause. However, for women who...
  • Fake doctor charge dropped against Boca store owner in plea deal for probation, house arrest

    Fake doctor charge dropped against Boca store owner in plea deal for probation, house arrest
    The prosecution of a Boca Raton business owner charged in 2011 with pretending to be a medical doctor has ended in a plea deal for a lesser crime and no jail time. Barry Nevins, the 74-year-old namesake of Barry's Vitamins & Herbs, pleaded guilty...
  • Foraging for Flavor: Spring greens sprout surprising tastes

    Foraging for Flavor: Spring greens sprout surprising tastes
    Spring Greens like sorrel, endive, escarole, kale, chard, pea greens, beet leaves and leafy lettuces abound on area menus this time of year. The gentle days of spring help these delicate plants to grow tender, flavorful, edible leaves. You should plan...