New Year’s Resolution Resources
What are your resolutions for the new year? What are your clients planning on doing to improve their health? Here at Food and Health Communications, we want to make setting and achieving your goals as easy as possible. That's why we've developed so many great resources just for you. Today we'd like to highlight a few of our favorites, all of which will help you and your clients make and keep your 2013 resolutions.
2012 Review and 2013 Predictions
While everyone is talking about exciting new buzzwords like sustainability, local sourcing, and many flavor trends, there is one huge consumer trend we cannot ignore that is changing many industries and consumer habits. And that is the mobile use of the internet!
Today we're taking an excerpt from one of our most popular PowerPoint shows and bringing you the basics of cholesterol education. Learn about the types of cholesterol, the health risks it can pose, and ways to reduce your cholesterol levels...
Apple A Day Savings Add Up!
It's not too late to celebrate Apple Month! We’ve all heard about the effects of an apple a day on the proximity of doctors, but did you ever stop to think about the actual ramifications of eating an apple a day? This single small decision, over the course of...
Failure to Reduce Salt Intake Cuts Life Expectancy
Worldwide hypertension is the #1 risk factor for earlier mortality in middle-aged and older adults. Data from the NHANES surveys suggests the sodium intake of Americans has been increasing since the 1980s. Certainly the average salt content of processed foods is not going down in the US, despite growing...
Wellness and Health Fair
Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
Stunning Nutrition Posters – 10% off with code MYPLATE
Choose from over 100 different nutrition posters, health posters, and motivational wellness posters, that will make your walls beautiful and educational.
Evaluating Health Claims in the Media
It seems like every day there is a new health claim, superfood, or "surefire diet trick" that is making headlines across the U.S. But how many of these claims are actually supported by the science they're discussing? That's a surprisingly tricky question to answer. To help you navigate the health news minefield, Dr. James J Kenney debunks a few of the latest stories...