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10 Ways to Go Green: 1. Hearts - romaine hearts are economical and easy to “cut to order” during the week. We find they last longer than bagged lettuce. 2. Apples - use green for des- serts, snacks and salads. 3. Pears - in season now 4. Broccoli, broccoli...
 
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High flavonoid intakes in the diet have been associated with lower incidence of heart disease, a decreased risk of stroke, lower incidence of cancer, and lower cholesterol levels. Flavonoids have been the most widely studied group of phytochemicals because of their anti-cancer activity. The USDA?defines flavonoids as a large...
 

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Shopping Survey Results We recently interviewed food and nutrition professionals in an online survey. We asked them, “What is your biggest concern for consumers in the store?” and here are the answers rated by importance: 1. Ability to read and understand Nutrition Facts Panel 2. Concept of calorie-density 3. Saturated fat and trans fat 4. ... Shopping Survey: Biggest Concern For Consumers in the Store?
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Consumers who pay attention to health announcements would have a reason to be confused when it comes to the topic of sprouts. The FDA has advised, “Because of reports of increasing numbers of illnesses associated with consumption of raw sprouts, the Food and Drug Administration is advising all persons to be aware of the risks ... Food News: Broccosprouts
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Curcumin, the ingredient which makes curry yellow, has blocked the growth of melanoma tumor cells and stimulated their death, according to laboratory experiments to be published in the August 15 journal Cancer. Researchers say curcumin appears to affect the NF-kappa B molecule, active in several types of tumors, including...