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BBB warns of popular diet app Noom after thousands of complaints filed


BBB warns of popular diet app Noom after thousands of complaints filed

WSAV-TV - August 22, 2020

NEW YORK (WHNT) – The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about Noom, a popular app-based weight loss ...

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Mess Hall Menus and Nutrition Info just a Click Away
DVIDS, Georgia - September 1, 2020

A free mobile app designed to provide customers access to Marine Corps installation mess halls’ menu and nutritional information is being offered by the Sodexo Corporation called Charge by Sodexo. The menus are posted up to nine days in ...

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The Essentials, The Nurturer: Shana Houston, Director of Nutrition Senior Citizens Inc.
Savannah Morning News, Georgia - August 27, 2020

Thursday Aug 27, 2020 at 3:45 PM Before taking the helm at Senior Citizens Inc.’s kitchen 21 years ago, Shana Houston served as a certified nursing assistant for the nonprofit organization. She made home visits to ...

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Shahada Karim Talks Intuitive Nutrition in Uncertain Times | The Savannah Tribune
Savannah Tribune, Georgia - July 29, 2020

Shahada KarimShahada Karim, an influential wellness and fitness expert behind organic bath & body brand Habibi, is sharing her philosophy on intuitive nutrition as the world continues to stress eat during the coronavirus pandemic. “Our diet-obsessed ...

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Opinion: Better nutrition could help fight COVID-19
Gainesville Times, Georgia - July 17, 2020

A nutrition strategy offers our community an important path to help recover from the pandemic. As more fully described at  plantpurecommunities.org in commentary by biochemist and nutrition researcher Dr. T. Colin Campbell, mortality data shows that over 90% ...

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SCCPSS Nutrition Program awarded $100,000 Farm to School grant
WSAV-TV, Georgia - July 9, 2020

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) will see more local produce in their meals this school year. Thanks to a two-year, $100,000 dollar Farm to School grant from the U.S. ...

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