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Your new client complains of being hungry mid-morning at work. He doesn’t want to eat too much and spoil his lunch, but also doesn’t want to be ravenous during his meeting. He’s been packing various bars and wants your opinion on which to choose. With so many bars and...
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 

Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
 
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It’s been said before, and is usually true. If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. The same holds true for the food industry. Let’s face it. Marketing of products is big money and companies are targeting your senses to get you to buy their product over the competition. Did you know, ... Fact Checking: Cereal Package Claims Versus The Food Label Facts
Food and Health, Prevention

The recent updates to the nutrition facts label show off a new, cleaner design that’s meant to make it easier to quickly identify useful information. The updates also reflect the most recent scientific research on the links between food choices and chronic disease so that you can make healthy, great-tasting choices for you and your family...
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Does it make you a little crazy to hear nutrient dense foods like yogurt demonized for being “too high in sugar”? While yogurt brands with tiny cups of cookie bits, granola or mini M&Ms attached to the top are clearly higher in sugar, there’s a difference between foods containing...
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Are you ever amazed at the number of dietary supplements some of your clients are taking? From vitamin C to zinc, it’s no wonder they don’t rattle when they walk. Most health professionals have no problem with supplements if they’re truly indicated. If a person is diagnosed with iron...