CNN is about to air a fantastic documentary called ” The Last Heart Attack  ,” featuring Drs. Ornish  and Esselstyn  talking about successfully preventing, stopping and even reversing our number one killer — heart disease — with a plant-based diet
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Good news for all of the compassionate, health-conscious people out there! Today, Dr.
More and more spend hundred and even thousands of dollars yearly on weight loss supplements in the hope of speeding up their metabolism. The main desire is to be attractive and accepted but it is becoming a more difficult goal to achieve.
Mom and Dad, Thanks for helping me to be strong and healthy. With school starting back soon, everywhere you turn you see back to school things.
The food nutrition label is on almost every food item, but it can be confusing in the sense that it doesn’t tell you much about whether something is good or bad for you. The UC Berkeley School of Journalism hosted a challenge for designers and food experts to rethink the label  : We are confused about what and how to eat and so we’re eating too much of the wrong things. In fact, we’re eating too much of everything
HTML Ready Article. Click on the “Copy” button to copy into your clipboard. Banana Nutrition By: Clarville Grange We have all seen the Wimbledon tennis players on their midgame Banana Nutrition intake
How should the government improve the food label? A project at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Journalism has taken on the task of designing a better food label, asking for ideas to replace the current black and white Nutrition Facts label that appears on every food package.
Obesity rates are going up and we all know this is a big problem for our country. In this blog and with the Fooducate mobile apps we try to educate ourselves to choose healthy foods based on their nutrition label and ingredient list
Stand along the aisles of supermarkets just long enough to observe a habit most shoppers have: They pick up boxes, cans and packets and read the food labels. But here’s the truth: Most of those who check nutrition labels can’t really find use for them. Sure, they can read, they just can’t interpret the labels well enough to use them to make healthier food choices.
July 18, 2011 2:10 am admin Business  Nutritional yeast is deactivated yeast–often, Saccharomyces cerevisiae–that is yellow in color and has now a nutty and cheesy flavor.