Soda and Cancer?

Soda and Cancer?

Or try Fooducate’s Online Nutrition App! The American Cancer Society recently called on the US Surgeon General to conduct a comprehensive review on the effects sugary drinks have on obesity. Dick Woodruff, vice president of federal affairs for the ACS’s advocacy arm said: “There is an … Continue reading

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12 Unfathomable Obesity Stats [Make you want to cry]

12 Unfathomable Obesity Stats [Make you want to cry]

Interactive Map for 2010 Trust for America’s Health (TFAH) and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) have released their annual report on obesity, and there’s no sunshine here. The report is aptly titled F as in Fat: How Obesity Threatens … Continue reading

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To be or not to be Organic

To be or not to be Organic

With the recession blowing in like a mighty winter storm, people are looking for savings everywhere, including food. Organic is more expensive than conventional, so for those purchasing organic produce, switching back may be a substantial money saver. An article … Continue reading

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