Food and Health, MyPlate

It’s time to look beyond fresh produce for Fruits and Veggies More Matters Month. Today that means an exploration of ways to incorporate certain canned and frozen fruits and vegetables into a balanced eating plan.
Food and Health, Prevention

Remember when you could buy tuna canned in water or oil and these were the only options? Now the choices seem endless. Can or pouch? Light, albacore, or yellowfin? Lemon Dill or Spicy Thai Chili? Add in nutrition concerns like sodium and omega-3 fatty acids, and buying a simple can of tuna can be overwhelming! To cut through all the craziness, let’s take a closer look at tuna…

Displays are a great way to communicate health messages, and they add brightness to a space at the same time. Here are some ideas for Heart Month displays ? with interactive activities to boot!

The experience from England seriously undermines Dr. Oparil's editorial claim that the PURE study results ?... call into question the feasibility and usefulness of dietary sodium as a population-based strategy for reducing blood pressure.? This makes me wonder why none of the science writers and journalists who were so...

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.

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The claims being made by the authors of the two PURE articles are troubling because the preponderance of credible scientific data continues to show that elevated BP is the single greatest CVD risk factor in most populations. Data from controlled clinical trials show that dietary salt in excess of 1,500 mg/day is the #1 dietary cause of elevated BP.