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Predictions for 2001 In 2000 we saw a rapid decline of new fat-free/lowfat foods as manufacturers realized that consumer taste is important. This past year did see an increase of "functional foods" such as calcium-fortified products, margarines with plant sterols, etc. Tropicana has introduced many new flavors of calcium-fortified...
 
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Americans are living longer and there’s no doubt that good nutrition can help older people live better. Take this true-or-false quiz to find out more... 1. Dehydration is a major concern for older adults. True or False? True. Tufts University’s modified MyPlate for ages 70+ puts water at its...
 

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September is National Eye Health Month and a great time to take a look at what keeps our eyes healthy. Over half of us will suffer vision loss as we age. The leading cause of adult blindness is age related macular degeneration (ARMD), where blood vessels in the back of the eye (the macula) become ... Feast for Your Eyes
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Over 3 million cases of food-borne illness are reported every year in the United States; some cause minor flu-like symptoms and some can be fatal. All food-borne illnesses pose a health threat to consumers and financial threats to the institutions to which they are linked. This is bad news, no matter how you look at ... Teaching Food Safety
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Most people think of exercise as a way to keep cholesterol under check and to assist with weight loss. While exercise without weight loss has little influence on total or LDL cholesterol, research indicates that aerobic exercise does seem to change the type of LDL that the body produces....