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We are excited to share one of our fave stories from Shape here on FitSugar. This week Shape turns to nutritional consultant Mike Roussell, PhD, for some help!...Despite having 0 calories, could this habit be sabotaging my weight-loss efforts?...
The initiative, part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, has hurtled forward, even as the science supporting it remains unsettled . But the newest findings bolster the notion that providing information about foods' caloric
State University professor uses a fancifulwebsite about Santa's workshop to pique children'sinterest in science and technology...All thebaleen whales preserved at the site died close together, possibly at the same time.
Managing an international icon, profitable though it may be, is difficult, particularly if you can't resist temptations to tweak, change, adjust and otherwise bend, twist and knock it out of shape. Coca-Cola , perhaps the most recognizable icon
It is banned by health-conscious countries all over the world, especially where there is a national healthcare system in place. Aspartame is best known by the brand names NutraSweet, Equal, Sweet One and Spoonful . Aspartame is a synthetic chemical
And probably many regular soda drinkers are aware that soft drinks are bad for the health. At the same time, United States ranks first among countries in soft drink consumption. I think we need to know more about this drink that we love so much. And
Banning Sugary Drinks Doesn't Halt Consumption As health experts attempt to reverse the rise in childhood obesity, school policies that ban sweet beverages don't reduce their overall consumption. A new study suggests that schools that limited sales
That's probably because, with sodas less available, kids just gravitate to sweetened fruit or sports-type drinks instead, the study authors found. However, state policies that ban sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages do result in fewer purchases
00 am (0) Comments Font Size: Dear EarthTalk: I drink diet soda but I'm told it's bad for me and linked to health problems. Is this true and if so can you suggest any healthier alternatives? -- Mitchell James, Ronkonkoma, NY While rumors have
Gone are the high-calorie candy bars, cookies and sugar-laden soft drinks. The 30 vending machines at the Contra Costa County hospital, clinics and health services administration buildings now offer only nutritious items as part of a campaign to