Archive for May, 2015

Eating Small Meals Regularly Helps Prevent Belly Fat and Diabetes

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Researchers from Ohio State University have confirmed what dieticians have always assumed. Eating small meals regularly through the day can help you lose weight and avoid diabetes. The study compared mice who were allowed to eat all day compared to those who ate all of their food in a single meal. The results showed that […]

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First Lawsuit Against Blue Bell in Texas

Friday, May 22nd, 2015

A Houston man has filed a lawsuit against Blue Bell ice cream, claiming he nearly died after consuming their tainted products. David Philip Shockley claims Blue Bell’s ice cream has left him with brain damage, and he is unable to balance or coordinate his movements. Since being released from the hospital, Shockley has moved in […]

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Caffeine More Dangerous Than Most Would Think

Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Many people turn to caffeine when they have a lot to do and are short on sleep. However, they need to start being careful with caffeine in its pure form, because it has shown itself to be deadly in certain cases. Caffeine powder is sold as a dietary supplement and is not regulated by the […]

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USDA Throws Support Behind Clear ‘GMO-Free’ Labels On Food Packaging

Monday, May 18th, 2015

There is a clearly recognizable label for certified organic foods, kosher foods, etc. The USDA has now made an official ‘GMO-Free‘ version to help consumers know what products to trust over those who make false advertising claims on their packaging. Many companies are excited to add this label to their repertoire and are on a […]

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Cereal Covered Donuts?

Saturday, May 16th, 2015

If you happen upon your local donut shop anytime soon, you may be surprised what you see. Cereal donuts are all the rage and people cannot get enough of them. Cereal and donuts were thought to be the two perfect breakfast foods around. Both are high in sugar and fat though so this hardly makes […]

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Nestle refuses to move water bottling plants out of California

Friday, May 15th, 2015

During a recent interview Nestle CEO Tim Brown stated he would not be moving his company’s controversial water bottling plant out of drought ridden California, SCPR reports. The controversy over the bottling of municipal water in the state has become a major topic of conversation as increasing numbers of consumers and politicians call on bottled […]

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The Incredible Health Benefits of Coffee

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

Coffee has a bit of a reputation and has for a long time with many claiming it is an unhealthy drink that comes with serious side effects, such as stunting your growth. But Dr. Daniel Amen has good news, you no longer have to feel guilty for the shot of caffeine you get every morning […]

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Radionuclide Contamination Restricts Japanese Food Imports

Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

The Food and Drug Administration has tightened its restrictions on several imported foods from Japan due to possible radionuclide contamination. AdvocaciaasSociada suggested that certain restrictions have always been in place regarding imported foods from any country, but the potential health threat has health inspectors hand checking specific Japanese imported food products. Foods imported from Japan […]

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Bulletproof Coffee is Unlike Any Other Drink on the Market

Monday, May 11th, 2015

You have probably never thought of adding butter to your morning coffee brew, but biohacker Dave Asprey has created a massive health movement, doing just that. Asprey calls his yummy concoction Bulletproof coffee, a drink inspired by a trip he took to Nepal and Tibet in 2004. While learning how to mediate deep within the […]

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Kale is Here!

Thursday, May 7th, 2015

Well it seems that across the nation, there’s been an obsession with Kale taking over. People just can’t get enough of this healthy and leafy greenness. They’re putting it in smoothies, tossing it in salads, even using it as a condiment! There was one fast food giant that said no the idea and basically made […]

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