Monday, March 2, 2015

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A new report was just released by the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC).
Study in mice suggests changes might raise risk of bowel diseases and metabolic syndrome
Study suggests it might, raising the risk for potential weight gain
THIS WEEK is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, and whenever the conversation turns to eating disorders, it is likely to begin something like this: "Eating disorders? Oh, that's a white woman's disease."
NEW YORK (AP) - What if cauliflower got the same type of marketing firepower as candy bars and potato chips?
More than 80 percent of cases of a certain E. coli illness were linked to beef and vegetables grown in rows, according to a U.S. government report on Tuesday.
How to decipher nutrient information
Adults who had multiple small meals every day tended to eat better, and weight less, than those who had fewer but larger meals, in a recent study.
These brutally cold days can cause some unhealthy cravings – including our favorite comfort foods.
Study finds gestational diabetes less likely, but smaller infants more common
Suggestions to keep weight off
And continue to endorse fruits, vegetables and unsaturated fats
But researchers aren't sure whether differences are cause or effect of inflammatory disease
Two bottles of whole milk sit side-by-side in a supermarket refrigerator. One costs $3.46 per gallon while the other costs $7.08 per gallon. What's the difference?
Goal Getter
To help us get a better understanding of what clean eating really means, three registered dietitians, Theresa Shank, Beth Wallace Smith and Angela Luciani weigh in with their perspectives.
Like many classically trained musicians who have been honing their talents since kindergarten, Andrew Bogard never made physical fitness a priority.