All Nutrition News
- Milk June 27, 2013
Homogenized cow’s milk has been a staple in most people’s daily diet since early childhood. However, many individuals have allergies, are lactose intolerant, or simply don’t like the taste. The good news, as displayed in the dairy section of ... Continue Reading
- Organic Labeling April 27, 2013
Organic food, once only available in health food stores, is now a mainstay in most grocery chains across the country. What does “organic” really mean? Are organic foods really healthier?
In the United States, organic products must adhere to strict production ... Continue Reading
- Healthy Snacks January 27, 2013
Just when the holiday season is over—we’re back on track with healthy eating and an exercise routine—Super Bowl Sunday arrives and often derails our best intentions.
After Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is the day that Americans consume the most ... Continue Reading
- Diet Soda January 27, 2013
Diet sodas have become a popular alternative to high-calorie, sugar-laden beverages. According to the University of Texas Health Science Center, 59% of adult Americans report drinking diet soda regularly, to assist with weight control by decreasing calories and to reduce sugar consumption. However, ... Continue Reading
- Wine and Spirits – Are There Any Benefits? August 27, 2012
Does enjoying a glass of wine or beer fit into a healthy lifestyle? Does white wine have the same heart-healthy benefits as red wine? Do “clear” alcoholic beverages equate to fewer calories? Which drinks contain the least alcohol? Up-to-the-minute facts as we know ... Continue Reading
- Soy – A Healthy Protein Alternative June 27, 2012
Tofu, edamame and soy milk, to name a few, are food derivatives from the soybean. Long a food staple in Asian diets, soy has gained popularity in the United States as a plant-based protein alternative to animal protein.
Proteins are essential for ... Continue Reading
- Caffeine – What’s the Buzz? April 27, 2012
If you are among more than 50% of Americans who drink caffeinated coffee daily, you may be confused by the roller coaster of studies that highlight caffeine’s benefits one day and outline risks the next day.
Caffeine is both a naturally derived and ... Continue Reading
- Potassium – How it Affects You January 27, 2012
Bananas, rich in potassium, have long been a nutritional staple, particularly after athletic pursuits. Eating a banana after vigorous exercise helps replace valuable electrolytes lost through sweating. Recent studies reveal other advantages to meeting the recommended daily allowance of potassium, found in a ... Continue Reading