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Companies Not Telling the Whole Truth About Whole Grains (Posted 2/9/12)
Written By: Elisabeth Lemay
On Wednesday, the Center for Science in the Public Interest will petition the Food and Drug Administration to stop letting manufacturers label their foods “Whole Grain” when they really aren’t and to start putting the percentage of whole grain on the packaging. Read more.
Think about your goals for a more successful New Year’s resolution (Posted 12/27/2011)
Written by Megan Swoyer
It takes more than simply making a New Year’s resolution to fulfill your annual promises, say metro Detroit therapists, health consultants, and others. Click here to read more.
Don’t let excess stress shatter the holidays (Posted 12/22/11)
Written by Andrea Bartz
The most wonderful time of the year can also be the most stressful, between travel plans (and their inevitable delays), a packed social calendar and seemingly 4,000 things to accomplish before the Big Day. Click here to read more.
Butter Vs. Margarine (Posted 12/13/11)
Written by Tanya Zuckerbrot
Margarines are generally lower in fat and calories than natural butter.
But there is a catch, so it’s important to be an educated consumer.
I teach my patients that the most important rule is to read the ingredient list. Click here to read more.
Fall For Pumpkins (Posted 11/13/11)
Written by natalie Brunell and Lauren Gold
‘Tis the season for pumpkins. Pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice lattes and pumpkin hummus are just a few options to tap into antioxidant health benefits. “Pumpkin is a low-calorie, nutrient dense food”. Click here to read more.
People Pay Less Attention To Nutrition Labels Fact Than They Think They Do (Posted 11/2/11)
Written by Grace Rattue
A new investigation published in the November issue of the Journal of the American Dietetic Association reveals that consumers do not pay as much attention to nutrition facts labels as they believe. Click here to continue reading.
Breaking down fats (Posted 10/28/11)
What’s good? What’s bad? We wade through the evolving debate
monounsaturated, saturated, polyunsaturated, trans.If you can’t answer right away, don’t worry. You have a lot of company. Click here to read more.
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