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Nutrition

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Top Nutrition Articles

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  • Better food choices can control your hunger pangs

    Whether you're trying to lose weight or simply focus on a heart-healthy eating regimen, a growling stomach can interfere with your eating goals. Hunger is a normal body reaction and survival mechanism. But in today's environment of ample food...
  • Solutions sought to reduce food waste at schools

    Solutions sought to reduce food waste at schools
    It's lunchtime at Washington Preparatory High School in Los Angeles, but 16-year-old Parrish Jackson has barely touched her turkey burger and apricots. She's dumping them into the trash can. The apricots are "sour," the junior says. The meat is...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Limit your exposure to pesticides in foods

    Environmental Nutrition The support for choosing "clean" foods, free of such chemicals as contained in pesticides, is broadening. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), organic food sales grew by more than 7 percent last year, partly...
  • Ackman accuses Herbalife director of misleading recruits

    Activist hedge fund manager Bill Ackman continued his relentless attack on Herbalife, releasing a report that accuses millionaire Herbalife distributor John Tartol of misleading others into selling the company's nutrition products. Ackman's company,...
  • Dark chocolate can be a healthy treat

    Indulgence and romance aside, the health benefits of dark chocolate may be enjoyed anytime. DARK DEFINED Chocolate is made from beans harvested from the cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao. The ancient Mayans first discovered chocolate's health potential....
  • Food nutrition labels get a makeover

    Aiming to give Americans the tools to make healthier dietary choices, the Food and Drug Administration has unveiled a revamped version of one of the nation's most recognized graphics -- the "Nutrition Facts" box that appears on the back or side of...
  • Hold the milk? There are so many options beyond dairy

    Hold the milk? There are so many options beyond dairy
    Not milk? Choosing milk for your morning cereal or coffee used to be pretty simple: skim, low-fat or whole. These days, though, market shelves and refrigerators are crowded with an array of alternatives: soy, almond, rice, hemp and more. While some...
  • Letters: What children eat at school

    Re "Out-to-lunch regulators," Editorial, April 8 It's challenging to satisfy one child's palate, let alone 30 million. Yet 90% of schools are meeting the U.S. Department of Agriculture's updated nutrition standards. School cafeterias are no...
  • EatingWell: Weighing in: A day in the life of a successful dieter

    While there's no single answer that works for everyone to boost weight loss, focusing on your diet and tuning up your exercise are two key elements. Another? Having a plan. Start out each week by planning what healthy meals and exercise you can fit in...
  • Rice is piled high with health benefits

    Rice is the most popular grain worldwide, feeding over half of the globe, according to the USA Rice Federation. In the U.S., consumption of this gluten-free grain has doubled over the last three decades, to more than 25 pounds per person per year. This is...
  • Initiatives add local produce, breakfast and dinner in Orange schools

    Initiatives add local produce, breakfast and dinner in Orange schools
    A flurry of grants and special programs are expanding not only the range of healthy, Florida-grown foods offered in Orange County schools but the availability of morning and evening meals for students. To encourage students to eat breakfast, the Dean...