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Vitamin D-Rich Foods To Include In Your Diet Amid COVID-19 Outbreak
MSN Money, District of Columbia - July 8, 2020

Vitamin D is essential for many functions as far as your overall health is concerned. This vitamin plays a role in the regulation and absorption of calcium in the body, which helps your bones, muscles, hair and teeth stay healthy. It also helps boost your immunity. ...

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Infant Nutrition in the First Year
Patch.com, District of Columbia - July 8, 2020

Join us for the free online class “Infant Nutrition in the First Year – Healthy Living Starts from the Very Beginning"  July 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Topics include:• Evidence-based recommendations for introducing solid foods.• Signs of ...

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GNC Nutrition restructuring won't affect local stores for now - Vernon News
Castanet.net, District of Columbia - July 7, 2020

Photo: GNC GNC Nutrition stores in the Thompson-Okanagan appear to be safe – for now – from a major restructuring that is seeing closures in both the United States and Canada. The Pittsburgh-based sport supplement and nutrition company has ...

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How To Add More Fiber Into Your Diet
MSN Money, District of Columbia - July 7, 2020

Incorporating more fiber into your diet can lead to some pretty amazing health benefits that will last you for years to come.How To Eat More Fiber For Better Health“Eat more fiber†may be a phrase that you’ve already come across multiple times. ...

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Top 10 Healthiest Cereals To Add To Your Diet
MSN Money, District of Columbia - July 7, 2020

Cereals have become breakfast favorites because they are easy to prepare, usually by setting a bowl-full before pouring milk (or a nondairy alternative) in it. The problem, however, is that many of these are loaded with sugar, making them less like healthy and ...

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Stop pretending that you need to be rich to enjoy a healthy diet
Telegraph.co.uk, District of Columbia - July 6, 2020

From their lofty, ermine-clad eyrie, the Lords have spoken. The Government’s healthy eating guidelines, they say, are too expensive for ordinary families, condemning children the length of the land to a lifetime of ill health. “Some research,†...

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Danone hits back at watchdog allegation: ‘All our infant nutrition products can be consumed safely’
FoodNavigator.com, District of Columbia - July 3, 2020

Danone has publicly rejected foodwatch’s claim that its Gallia Galliagest Lactose-free Growing-up (12 months to 3 years) product contains mineral oil aromatic hydrocarbon (MOAH) residues.MOAH mainly consists of highly alkylated aromatic hydrocarbons, which ...

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Vitamin C-Rich Foods To Add To Your Diet Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
MSN Money, District of Columbia - July 2, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is such a difficult time for many people, especially those with low immunity. Hence, many experts recommend the increased consumption of healthy foods that are rich in nutrients and vitamins. Among them are vitamin C-rich foods.Vitamin ...

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This Is What Happens to Your Brain on a Diet
MSN Money, District of Columbia - July 1, 2020

Replay VideoUP NEXT1CancelSETTINGSOFFHDHQSDLO There are countless dieting tips, tricks, recipes, and meal plans you can find in a single Google search, all promoting different ways to lose weight. But what you eat—and how much—is affected by more ...

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Golf star's 'seriously wrong' diet secret
New Zealand Herald, District of Columbia - July 1, 2020

When you build an Instagram following of more than 2.7 million fans flaunting your athletic frame you are very nearly beyond reproach when it comes to your diet. Even one of the most famously fierce physiques in sport can't stop golf sensation Paige Spiranac from ...

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Women Living in Wards 7 and 8 Can Now Enroll in a Free Health and Nutrition Class
Washington City Paper, District of Columbia - June 30, 2020

The WANDA Academy’s “Cook for the Culture†lasts six weeks. Tambra Raye StevensonWANDA Academy"When we educate a woman, we truly do educate a community,†says Tambra Raye Stevenson, founder and CEO of WANDA (Women Advancing Nutrition ...

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How to Fight PCOS with Diet and Nutrition
Scientific American, District of Columbia - June 27, 2020

What is Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)? Unfortunately, Angie, you've got plenty of company. Polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS, is a condition that affects up to 1 in 10 women of child-bearing age. In a nutshell, PCOS is characterized by hormonal ...

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Brief Quasi-Fasting Diet Boosts Breast Cancer Chemo Response
MedPage Today, District of Columbia - June 26, 2020

A fasting mimicking diet (FMD) – a low-calorie, low-protein, plant-based, intermittent meal plan with the metabolic benefits of fasting -- used over several days was a safe and effective adjunct to chemotherapy in women with early breast cancer, a randomized ...

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9 Vitamin D Benefits You Should Know—and How to Get More in Your Diet
Health.com, District of Columbia - June 25, 2020

You already know vitamin D is important for bone health, but its benefits don't stop there. Vitamin D—nicknamed the "sunshine vitamin" due to its ability to be absorbed by the body through sunlight—is a major ...

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Persona Nutrition Welcomes Bariatric Expert Philip Schauer, M.D. to its Medical Advisory Board
Chinook Observer, District of Columbia - June 24, 2020

SEATTLE, June 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Persona™ Nutrition, the leading personalized vitamin program, announced today that Philip Schauer, M.D. will join its team of medical professionals to help support subscribers' health and wellness journeys. In this ...

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