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Kitten nutrition sets the stage for adulthood
Arizona Daily Sun, Arizona - August 14, 2017

Q: I just got a new kitten and need to know how much to feed her each day and what is the best diet to offer a growing kitten.A: Nutrition is very important as your kitten is growing as the appropriate nutrients will give your kitten optimal growth and development.On ...

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No magic pill: Diet and exercise equal successful weight loss
Sierra Vista Herald, Arizona - May 16, 2017

Shane Early aka âThe Diet Doc of Sierra Vistaâ helps his clients become better versions of themselves using science based techniques that ensure both weight loss and health and wellness. He says mindfulness is the first step to getting a handle on diet.

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Eat This Diet to Lower Your Odds for Painful Gout
Arizona Daily Star, Arizona - May 11, 2017

"I can see how the DASH diet may benefit someone with gout," said Jen Brennan, clinical nutrition manager at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. "The DASH diet avoids excessive consumption of red and organ meats known to have high purine levels."B

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Hands-on semester abroad in Italy solidifies academic path for ASU nutrition major
Arizona State University, Arizona - May 4, 2017

Maggie Matzinger, a College of Health Solutions nutrition major at Arizona State University, has just completed her semester in Perugia, Italy where she participated in the Food and Sustainability Studies Program (FSSP) offered by the Umbra Institute, an American ...

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University of Arizona researcher offers diet tips to help prevent cancer
Arizona Daily Star, Arizona - March 27, 2017

The associate director for cancer prevention and control at the University of Arizona Cancer Center, Thomson will give a public talk next month about diet and cancer as part of the âBear Down. Beat Cancerâ lecture series that the UA Cancer Center is sponsoring ...

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Food Rx: University of Arizona researcher offees diet tips to help prevent cancer
Arizona Daily Star, Arizona - March 26, 2017

The associate director for cancer prevention and control at the University of Arizona Cancer Center, Thomson will give a public talk next month about diet and cancer as part of the "Bear Down. Beat Cancer" lecture series that the UA Cancer Center is sponsoring ...

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Amazon, Optimum Nutrition Lead an Exploding Online Protein Market
Natural Products INSIDER (blog), Arizona - December 23, 2016

Among protein brands sold online, Optimum Nutrition is a runaway favorite, with four times the sales of the next bestselling brand, BSN Sports. The report’s data, which is compiled from multiple sources of consumer spending data representing millions of consumers ...

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Sports Nutrition Market Data
Natural Products INSIDER, Arizona - November 10, 2016

Long popular among bodybuilders, athletes and weekend warriors, the sports nutrition sector is gaining a loyal following of active consumers embracing a healthier lifestyle and seeking out supplements, foods and beverages formulated with proven ingr

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Nutrition and kindness promoted at WCMS
Nogales International, Arizona - October 12, 2016

Following the presentation by Rodriguez on nutrition, sixth-grade social studies teacher Marjorie Dupati, who includes lessons on âcharacter countsâ in her curriculum, spoke on the importance of kindness, but more so, on the necessity of working together to create ...

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At last! The case for a high-carb diet
SheKnows.com, Arizona - September 7, 2016

If there's one diet tip (or myth, however you want to look at it) that has prevailed for several years —decades, even — it's that carbs are bad. Back in 1972, cardiologist Robert C. Atkins brought low-carb eating plan The Atkins Diet to the masses, and it remains ...

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Will your diet lead to chronic disease? Nutrition specialists weigh in on Western diet
The State Press, Arizona - September 7, 2016

The U.S. has one of the highest standards of livingin the entire world, but the diet most Americans have can be problematic. The study, published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition, suggests thatwhen comparing American diets to that of countries ...

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Crane school nutrition director Johnson retires
Yuma Sun, Arizona - August 7, 2016

Something else she takes pride in is her involvement in the School Nutrition Association. There she served as the national executive boardâs west regional director, representing California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Hawaii, and New Mexico. She was also the state ...

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Everything You Need to Know About the Nutrition Labeling Revisions
Natural Products INSIDER, Arizona - August 3, 2016

The % Daily Value footnote gets an overhaul—The footnote required in the standard Nutrition Facts format has been revised to read: “*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used ...

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I'm on a diet and I feel guilty about it
SheKnows.com, Arizona - July 8, 2016

I wanted to change my eating habits so my diet would consist of more than cereal for breakfast, pizza for lunch, pasta for dinner and cookies for dessert. And it helped. It really, really helped. I loved being in the kitchen, finding new ways to make old things ...

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Esther Cepeda: Revised nutrition labeling not enough to improve diets
Arizona Daily Star, Arizona - April 8, 2016

The journal Health Affairs and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently published a policy brief about the latest federal Dietary Guidelines for Americans, introduced with this succinct observation: âNutrition is a relatively young science and dispensing good ...

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