The Diet Fix: Live the Healthiest Life that YOU can Enjoy

The Diet Fix: Live the Healthiest Life that YOU can Enjoy

Three months into 2014, and most people’s New Year’s Resolutions are but a distant memory. Diets that started with great fanfare on January 1st, have withered and died along the wayside. What is it about weight loss that makes 95% … Continue reading

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Artificially Colored Icing: Don’t do it!

Artificially Colored Icing: Don’t do it!

Home baked, made from scratch is healthier than store-bought mixes, and usually tastes better too. Many of us make the cake ourselves, but use pre-made icing from the supermarket. Don’t let a tube of icing ruin your otherwise health{ier} treats! … Continue reading

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Is that TRANS-FAT in Your Fruit?

Is that TRANS-FAT in Your Fruit?

A New York woman is suing General Mills for misleading and false advertising. The products in question are Fruit Roll-Ups, which are sold through General Mills’ Betty Crocker subsidiary. The complaint – while the products are marketed as healthy, they … Continue reading

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3½ Insights from Tufts “Nutrition Label Conference”

3½ Insights from Tufts “Nutrition Label Conference”

The Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy is one of the nation’s foremost leaders in the field of nutrition. They are hosting the 4th annual Friedman Symposium this weekend, a 2 day affair devoted to current affairs … Continue reading

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Guess What’s in the Picture [Food Additive]

Guess What’s in the Picture [Food Additive]

A) moldy jelly beans B) microscopic view of sugar powder C) Bugs D) None of the above Answer below Get Fooducated Download APP Subscribe Follow

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Toxic Rainbow? Maryland to Ban Artificial Food Colorings

Toxic Rainbow? Maryland to Ban Artificial Food Colorings

Image via Wikipedia In a brave move, state legislators in Maryland have started a process to ban and/or label several artificial food colorings linked with ADHD and hyperactivity in children: Two bills are scheduled to be considered at hearings in … Continue reading

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