Nutrition and diet questions answered
It's hard to keep track of how much you're eating when you're just reaching in and stuffing food into your mouth. Before you know it, the bag is empty. Instead, serve yourself one portion on a plate or in a bowl, put away the rest, and only then sit ...
It seems like we are always on some sort of diet or restriction so why not be a "flexitarian?" What is a flexitarian? A vegetarian who is flexible enough to eat meat, poultry, and fish. The idea is to follow a vegetarian diet most of the time or for ...
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SUMMIT, N.J., July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MySuperFoods Company introduces MySuperCookies, a 100% organic, nut-free snack for kids age 2-12 that are a welcome addition to camp lunch boxes, travel snack bags and all things back to school this fall.
Tim Noakes' Eating Plan vs. balanced weight loss diets
By challenging accepted dietary advice, which advocates the use of a balanced, energy-reduced and fat-reduced diet to lose weight and/or treat conditions such as diabetes and heart disease, Prof Noakes waved a bright red flag at the establishment.
Processed Meats Part of a Balanced Diet, AMI Tells Nutrition Panel
A new menu model analysis developed by a team of nutrition experts shows that processed meat and poultry products ? currently consumed regularly by Americans ? can fit into a healthy balanced diet, according to comments submitted by the American Meat ...
Two nutrition experts, Dr. David Perlmutter and Professor Timothy Noakes, are going against the grain when it comes to their diet advice.
Some people celebrate losing weight with a professional pedicure. Others opt for a new bikini.
The teen metal band Unlocking the Truth, which recently signed a multi-album deal with Sony, plans to release a book next year.
I have a friend who has been steadily dieting for more than five years. She's tried South Beach, modified Atkins, low carb, low fat, counting calories and drinking protein smoothies.
THE paleo, five and two, no-sugar and Atkins diets should be thrown out the window if you want to live a healthy lifestyle, according to Medicare Local dietitians.