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After a tough workout at the gym, many people reach for a sports drink. You know the ones; those technicolor fruit drinks, most often labeled with an “ade” suffix (“Powerade,” “Gatorade,” etc.) and an ingredient list long enough to make any nutrition-minded person give pause.
Full story at The Huffington Post
Here are some of the best reasons to eat more strawberries:
It’s easy to be fooled by labels and packaging making false health claims or hiding sneaky unhealthy ingredients. Luckily, there are some easy-to-follow rules of thumb for deciding if a packaged food is a smart choice.
Try these nutritious solutions for age-related memory loss:
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You don’t need a bunch of pills and supplements to make sure you get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals. There are plenty of easy ways to add a big nutritional boost to your dishes.
Popping a daily multivitamin might be worthwhile as “health insurance,” but let’s face it: Eating real food is a lot more fun than gobbling supplements.
Via Men’s Health
In an effort to support the nutritional standards for school meals and our teachers and students, here is an infographic, “Targeting Children with Treats” with statistics sharing lifestyle, consumption, and media activity relating to children:
One of the biggest sectors that families spend money on is groceries and food. As the official story of what constitutes a healthy balanced diet has changed, so has our standard American diet and the statistics about the incidence of preventable diseases like diabetes and heart disease have climbed.
Via Frugal Dad