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Consuming more whole grains is associated with a significant reduction in both total and CVD mortality in American men and women.
 
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It seems like carbs and carbohydrate-rich foods are vilified as public enemy number one every few years. Carb-loathers shun fruit and pasta in favor of steak and poultry, eating bun-less bacon cheeseburgers instead of beans and rice. After all, carbohydrates do raise blood glucose, so it seems logical to...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 
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Do those "miraculous" supplements really help? Every day it seems that there's a new supplement on the market, promising to increase your stamina, decrease your weight, or help you put on more muscle mass. So... do they work, or are they just a waste of money? Check out our rundown of three of the latest ... Hope or Hype?
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For many years, standard nutritional advice has been to eat a variety of foods from several different food groups. The rationale for recommending a variety of foods from the different food groups has been to assure a nutritionally balanced diet. In this century we have seen a dramatic drop in nutritional deficiency diseases like pellagra, ... Variety is the Key to Weight Control
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Two of the most current popular diet books, Enter the Zone by Barry Sears, and Sugar Busters by H.L. Steward et al, claim that high-carbohydrate diets make you fat. They explain this by saying that a high-carbohydrate diet leads to high insulin levels which in turn prevent your body...