Top News: #DietAndNutrition

Here are the top read news for #DietAndNutrition:


la-1463247467-snap-photo6 nutritional rules that everyone can agree upon:

The Food and Drug Administration announced this week that it will reevaluate its definition of what is “healthy,” a move that could change how many common foods are marketed and labeled. Just don’t expect clarity any time soon. The FDA’s ruling on gluten-free labeling took more than six years to complete. What are you supposed to do until then? We asked health experts for some dietary suggestions that many of us can agree upon: Read more

 


agoodbreakfastpromo_custom-aa640c1a74378d5de982e262f07ad5c645c8fa9d-s1100-c15Breakfast Backtrack: Maybe Skipping The Morning Meal Isn’t So Bad:

Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? And does eating a morning meal help us maintain a healthy weight? The breakfast-is-best dogma is based on a blend of cultural tradition and science (and more than a little cereal marketing.): Read more

 


GettyImages-511379806-1-350x350Got the munchies? Try 7 Snacks That Dietitians Love:

mid-afternoon, lunch is a distant memory, and dinner is far away. The candy jar is calling. How can you boost your energy with a mid-afternoon snack you won’t regret? Consider these appealing options from our dietitians. Here are seven snacks they love to munch on: Read more

 

 

 


recipehealth_600-tmagArticleAsk Well: The Downside of Smoothies:

Q: Do I absorb more sugar and calories when I drink fruits and vegetables in a smoothie as opposed to just eating them whole?: Read more

 

 

 

 


morris_release_storyStave Off Cognitive Decline With Seafood:

Eating a meal of seafood or other foods containing omega-3 fatty acids at least once a week may protect against age-related memory loss and thinking problems in older people, according to a team of researchers at Rush University Medical Center and Wageningen University in the Netherlands: Read more

 

 

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