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It is all we hear about these days. Eating kale = a healthy person. Or so that is what we read.
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For the first time in two decades, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has proposed sweeping changes to the familiar nutrition labels on food packages.
Thanks to my friend Roy, who knocked on my door this weekend to gently remind me to finish pruning my grape vines.
The SFA has concerns about the proposal to review serving size based upon what the 'normal' consumer eats, says its CEO Nutrition labeling will expose snacks for what they are, but we're committed to being transparent and confident US consumers will remain a snacking nation, says the CEO of the Snack Food Association .
Wherever you live in the United States, allergy rates are mostly the same, but young children in southern states are more likely to suffer allergies than their peers in other places.
In an effort to help Americans in their efforts to follow more healthy diets, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is proposing an update to the Nutrition Facts labels on food packaging.
The month of March is National Nutrition Month. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is available to guide you in making informed choices on healthy food and fitness habits.
Husbands beware: Wives now have another reason to want you to work longer and harder.
Added sugar intake should be less than 10% of your total calories a day, and consuming less than 5% of total calories from added sugars provides additional health benefits, according to new draft guidelines from the World Health Organization.
The neat and tidy Euclid Market in Boyle Heights proudly promotes fresh bananas, pineapples and all sorts of leafy greens.
In a new guideline on sugar consumption, the United Nations' health agency reiterates its 2002 recommendation that no more than 10 percent of daily calories come in the form of sugar.
Flansburg, who farms 1,900 acres amid the rolling hills of southeastern Washington, has been increasing the amount of the chickpeas used to make hummus by about one-third each year to take advantage of good prices and demand.
Boys, but not girls, tend to suffer more from depression and conduct disorder after moving from a poor neighborhood to a better one, a new study says.
Batley Foyer took over Dewsbury's Longcauseway Church on Monday to encourage young people to learn more about nutrition, mental health and exercise.
After a review of about 9,000 studies, WHO's expert panel says dropping sugar intake to that level will combat obesity and cavities.
People should cut the amount of sugar in their diet by half if they want to improve their health, the World Health Organisation has said.