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Nutrition

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  • When clean eating becomes an obsession

    When clean eating becomes an obsession
    Many people are adopting clean eating habits, trading in processed foods for natural, nontoxic and organic choices. Doctors say it can lead to better health, but for some it can become an unhealthy obsession. Dr. Steven Crawford, co-director of The Center...
  • Should meat be taxed like alcohol and cigarettes?

    Should meat be taxed like alcohol and cigarettes?
    At this time of year, the last thing anyone wants to think about is paying more taxes. But there's one tax I'm in favor of - and you should be, too, if you care about your health and the health of the planet: a sin tax on meat, cheese and other animal-...
  • Pasta breaks with tradition to drop carbs, boost protein and more

    Pasta breaks with tradition to drop carbs, boost protein and more
    Gianluca Mech was aware of the irony of bringing diet pasta to his compatriots in Italy, persuading them to trade their traditional spaghetti for a high-protein, low-carb alternative — a recent entry in a category of pasta made from all sorts of...
  • Orlando Home Health Care: Research Shows Diet May Reverse Cognitive Decline and Lower Risk of Developing Alzheimer's

    Research Shows How Diet Impacts Brain Health When you hear someone say, "You are what you eat...," they may have a point. In fact, current research may suppor and give weight to that advice. Lifestyle habits and diet have proven to have long-term impact...
  • Advocacy group: Soda shouldn't be called 'diet'

    Advocacy group: Soda shouldn't be called 'diet'
    WASHINGTON — Citing research suggesting that diet soft drinks and other artificially sweetened products actually contribute to weight gain, a new advocacy group is asking federal regulators to investigate whether manufacturers including Coca-Cola...
  • Community news for Enfield edition

    Local Band Heads to Hollywood ENFIELD - The local band "Drained Glory" is heading to Hollywood for a movie premier in which two of their newest songs "Finally Safe" and "No Mercy" (both soon to be released) will be featured in the movie "Street The...
  • Soy myths exposed

    Plenty of myths surround soy, from causing breast cancer to feminizing men. But what does the science say? Since 1990, over 10,000 peer-reviewed studies have been conducted on soy, a food consumed worldwide in many forms over the centuries. The evidence...
  • Rare Yiddish cookbook from '30s gets new life in English translation

     Rare Yiddish cookbook from '30s gets new life in English translation
    Fania Lewando, like so many millions of Europe's Jews, did not survive World War II. But death has not proven to be the end to her story. A cookbook Lewando wrote in 1938 while operating a popular vegetarian restaurant in Vilna, a Lithuanian city then...
  • Mini meals vs. three squares: Which is best?

    It's a popular notion that eating smaller, more frequent meals, such as six small meals a day, is a healthier approach than the traditional three square meals a day. Some people believe eating more frequently may help keep their hunger under better...
  • Seriously Simple: Cut calories without sacrificing flavor

    Seriously Simple: Cut calories without sacrificing flavor
    Food trends come and go. Pasta got a bad rap when carbohydrates became our enemy. If you talk to nutritionists, they will tell you carbs are an important part of our diet but with some caveats. The most important one is eating pasta in moderation. Smaller...
  • Food industry waging a bitter battle over proposal on added-sugar labels

    Food industry waging a bitter battle over proposal on added-sugar labels
    Of all the issues the Obama administration is grappling with, a modest redesign of what food labels say about sweeteners might not have seemed among the more controversial. But ever since First Lady Michelle Obama unveiled the plan last year, a lobbying...