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Let’s face it, calories count... but savoring them is even better. It’s time to forget the word “diet” and give up on deprivation. Enjoy your food and be mindful of what you are eating. Embrace the fact that permanent weight loss -- and a lifetime of successful weight management --...
 
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More and more food labels and packages are proudly displaying claims about added fiber. Even certain sweeteners are sporting new fiber claims. Check out Splenda Essentials for an example of a product adding fiber and discussing its health benefits. We asked Dr. James J Kenney if these products were...
 

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

With these incredible kits and resources, all you have to do is place your order, then sit back and wait for your materials to arrive.
 
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The Institute of Medicine (IOM) just released a report about making a new food package grading system. Here is an overview of what they said. For more information see www.iom.edu/frontofpackage2 Challenge: Over the past decade, many various “food grading systems” have been implemented by various entities. They are inconsistent, often do not con-ey true healthfulness and ... Food News: Food Package Grading Systems
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I talk to people one on one many times per week and have learned to really keep it simple and hit the high points...that keeps people’s attention and ensures they walk away with something they remember. That being said, I only tell them 3 things about a nutrition facts panel: 1) If nothing else, look ... Label Reading Made Simple
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Efficiency is the trend in food that has been going on since 1870, the year when the percentage of farmers went from 58% to 47%, a middling purifier was invented for superior flour (more food processing) and weather forecasts were sent via telegram. In 1872, many fruits and vegetables...