dietary guidelines

As a year of particular assaults on everything anybody thinks they know about diet and health, including if not particularly
In case you missed it, the Center for Science in the Public Interest ― with a long and illustrious history of doing just
Food stamp recipients buy a lot of soda, just like everyone else.
It is important to stay attuned to the controversies behind these new guidelines, as they may help us better understand the limitations of dietary policy and nutritional science and thus help us better engage and educate our patients in nutritional health.
Now, lets visit the category coffee's in, it used to be 2B: Possibly carcinogenic to humans, and now it's group 3: Not classifiable
All of the environmental destruction, climate change, and pollution are not only problematic in their own right, but they're actually making food production more difficult and unpredictable.
Have you ever wondered why there are carbs in meat like frankfurters, bologna or other processed meats? Or why your blood glucose levels go up higher than usual after eating these foods? Hidden sugar is most likely the cause.
Could it be we’re entering a sugar awareness Zeitgeist? That is, are we awakening to the abundance of sugar in the American
The American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR) has developed The New American Plate to help us reorganize the quantities of food groups on our plate to promote a more whole food, plant-based approach to nutrition.
Whatever the intrinsic drama, though, and however often it need not apply -- there is, of course, evil in the world. There is avarice. There is corruption. There is exploitation. Anyone not holding such things to be self-evident, is evidently not paying attention.
Social determinants of health (SDOH), as identified by the CDC, are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play that affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.
A recent survey found that a majority of Americans don't want politicians meddling in the creation of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, the roadmap for health advice that's updated every five years, and with which some experts took issue when they were first released.
The guidelines have a lot more in common with each other than we'd think.