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Category: Food Consumption :: Nutrition
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How to avoid the ‘freshman 15’ 26.9.2017 Washington Post
How to avoid the ‘freshman 15’
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General Mills brings back old Trix cereal in all its artificial glory 25.9.2017 TreeHugger
So much for making the recipe more natural. People would rather eat artificial ingredients than give up vibrant colors.
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What to eat when you’re expecting 25.9.2017 Washington Post
Some lazy days or a late night out will not break your baby. But you should be looking for certain nutrients -- and trying to avoid a few foods.
Consumers loved 'all-natural' - until Trix cereal lost its neon-bright glow 23.9.2017 Washington Post
The big packaged-food companies are discovering that while some consumers avoid artificial colors in their regular diet, they expect them in their nostalgic breakfast treat.
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Farm to tap partnerships keep authentic brews flowing 23.9.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

HILLSBOROUGH, N.J. (AP) — Farm-to-table cuisine is a well-known food trend in which locally grown produce is used seasonally by chefs to create an authentic hometown taste. But now, in Central Jersey, there is a new trend — farm to tap. It’s a natural partnership: A craft brewer using a farmer’s locally grown hops to […]
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Melania Trump hosts her first event in the garden Michelle Obama founded 23.9.2017 Washington Post
Trump’s decision to embrace it is noteworthy: The garden, which was established by Obama in 2009 as part of her healthy eating initiative, is closely identified with the previous administration.
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Whole Foods store in downtrodden Englewood still a work in progress 22.9.2017 Chicago Tribune: Business
Almost one year ago, the doors of Englewood’s Whole Foods Market swung open, the culmination of a bold plan to open an upscale grocery store in one of Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods. No “mission accomplished” banner has yet been hoisted at 63rd and Halsted. Whole Foods — anchor of the ...
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Weight loss programmes for dogs may boost their health 22.9.2017 Life-style – The Indian Express
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General Mills to bring back old Trix with artificial colors 22.9.2017 AP Business
NEW YORK (AP) -- Trix is back to its old tricks: The colorful cereal will once again be made with artificial dyes and flavors, nearly two years after they were banished from the cereal....
General Mills to bring back old Trix with artificial colors 21.9.2017 Seattle Times: Business & Technology

NEW YORK (AP) — Trix is back to its old tricks: The colorful cereal will once again be made with artificial dyes and flavors, nearly two years after they were banished from the cereal. Food maker General Mills said Thursday that Classic Trix will return to supermarket shelves in October. But it will also continue […]
Pet food goes upscale, with kale, quinoa and cage-free duck. But check with your vet first. 21.9.2017 LA Times: Commentary

Americans will spend close to $30 billion feeding their pets this year, according to the American Pet Products Assn. That’s up from $28.23 billion last year.

Driving the growth: premium, human-grade food that is organic, minimally processed, slow-cooked and loaded with previously niche ingredients...

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No fads, no gimmicks: 5 food rules that stand the test of time 20.9.2017 Washington Post
No fads, no gimmicks: 5 food rules that stand the test of time
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What can studies tell us about whole grains and the heart? 20.9.2017 Reuters Health
(Reuters Health) - Scientists haven’t yet proved beyond a doubt that a diet rich in whole grains is healthy for the heart, a research review suggests.
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One Of America's Biggest Food Banks Just Cut Junk Food By 84 Percent In A Year 19.9.2017 NPR News
D.C'.s Capital Area Food Bank is part of a growing trend to move toward healthier options in food assistance, because many in the population it serves suffer from high blood pressure and diabetes.
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Brazil's junk food culture is driven by big business 18.9.2017 TreeHugger
A relentless sweet tooth, naïveté, and sneaky marketing are conspiring to create a health disaster in every corner of this country.
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A Lunchable is not a Bento: Here's how to really do it 18.9.2017 Washington Post
A Lunchable is not a Bento: Here's how to really do it
Beans Add Healthy Fiber And Protein To Gluten-Free Pastas 18.9.2017 NPR News
Pastas made from starches like rice are a boon for those with celiac disease and wheat allergies. The downside: Many spike blood-sugar levels. What to do? Look toward bean-based options.
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After single payer failed, Vermont embarks on a big health care experiment 18.9.2017 Washington Post
The effort aims to reward doctors and hospitals not just when patients are sick and — if it succeeds — could lead to big changes nationwide.
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Farmers markets reach out to low income shoppers 17.9.2017 Seattle Times: Nation & World

CANTONSVILLE, Md. (AP) — Most Wednesdays, Kejuana Walton is at the Catonsville farmers market on Edmondson Avenue, trying to keep the “University of Maryland Extension” sign from blowing off a poster board covered in healthy recipes. She hands out colorful brochures and teaches the weekly market’s customers about fruits and vegetables that are in season […]
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New co-op brings groceries, hope to north Minneapolis 16.9.2017 Seattle Times: Top stories

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — It’s probably not a stretch to say Emmett Hutchinson could be Wirth Cooperative Grocery store’s biggest booster. He brought in more than three dozen new shoppers after the Aug. 10 opening with an enthusiastic pitch. “Come and check it out. It’s our store,” he told Minnesota Public Radio . “This is a […]
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