Tagged: nutrition

Abbott and University of Illinois Establish Center for Nutrition, Learning and Memory 0

Abbott and University of Illinois Establish Center for Nutrition, Learning and Memory

Abbott and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign announced they have established the first-ever multi-disciplinary nutrition and cognition research center, which will be located on the Urbana campus. The Center for Nutrition, Learning, and...

Adult Obesity Increases in 16 States in the Past Year 0

Adult Obesity Increases in 16 States in the Past Year

Since 1995 Rates Have Doubled or Nearly Doubled in 17 States Adult obesity rates increased in 16 states in the past year and did not decline in any state, according to F as in...

Heart Failure Risk Lower in Women Who Often Eat Baked/Broiled Fish 0

Heart Failure Risk Lower in Women Who Often Eat Baked/Broiled Fish

The risk of developing heart failure was lower for postmenopausal women who frequently ate baked or broiled fish, but higher for those who ate more fried fish, in a study reported in Circulation: Heart...

Overweight Brits are in denial about their weight 0

Overweight Brits are in denial about their weight

Brits in Denial About Their Weight Fate Overweight Brits are in denial about their weight and continue to eat an unhealthy diet despite health warnings about obesity, according to new research by weight loss...

More Workers Losing Weight on the Job 0

More Workers Losing Weight on the Job

Are workers trading doughnuts for carrot sticks? Some workers’ waistlines may continue to expand, but the good news is that more of them are finding ways to slim down. According to a new CareerBuilder...

Most Americans Are Health-Conscious, But Behavior Varies By Age 0

Most Americans Are Health-Conscious, But Behavior Varies By Age

Healthy eating habits differ the most between the old and the young When purchasing food and beverages, U.S. adults are aware of basic nutritional facts of these products and how to manage their weight....

Seven Out of 10 Americans Fall Short on Super Nutrient Vitamin D in Their Diets 0

Seven Out of 10 Americans Fall Short on Super Nutrient Vitamin D in Their Diets

Milk is the Single Greatest Source of Vitamin D in Our Diets – Providing More of this Essential Nutrient than Any Other Food Well-known for its role in keeping bones strong, vitamin D is...

All Infant Formulas Contain Fluoride; Avoid Mixing with Fluoridated Water 0

All Infant Formulas Contain Fluoride; Avoid Mixing with Fluoridated Water

All infant formulas, either concentrated or ready-to-feed, already contain some fluoride and, when routinely mixed with fluoridated water, increase the risk of dental fluorosis (discolored teeth), according to Dr. Howard Koh, Assistant Secretary for...

Kellogg Makes Fighting Child Hunger Easy as Snap, Text, Tweet 0

Kellogg Makes Fighting Child Hunger Easy as Snap, Text, Tweet

Breakfast Leader Partners with Charity to Rally Americans and Share One Million School Breakfasts Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet the alarming reality is that 1 in 4 children live...

The Five Things Every American Needs to Do to Lower Their Cholesterol 0

The Five Things Every American Needs to Do to Lower Their Cholesterol

An estimated 102 million Americans have cholesterol levels that are considered borderline high-risk. This staggering fact makes lowering cholesterol one of the most imperative things to do to promote overall heart health. Unfortunately, too...