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FDA issues dog food diet warning
WTHR, Indiana - July 14, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - A warning from the Food and Drug Administration says certain brands of dog food may lead to an enlarged heart in man's best friend.The FDA is not naming specific brands, but states food high in vegetable content appears to be the problem.Dog ...

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The link between diet soda and weight gain
WTHR, Indiana - July 10, 2018

(KPRC) — You may think you're doing everything right opting for diet sodas instead of sugary ones. However, diet sodas may be to blame for weight gain because the sweeteners could be tricking your body.Dr. John Higgins, a Univerity of Texas Health cardiologist ...

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The link between diet soda and weight gain
WTHR, Indiana - July 10, 2018

(KPRC) — You may think you're doing everything right opting for diet sodas instead of sugary ones. However, diet sodas may be to blame for weight gain because the sweeteners could be tricking your body.Dr. John Higgins, a Univerity of Texas Health cardiologist ...

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Woman battles cancer with diet; Harvard researchers to study her approach
14 News WFIE Evansville, Indiana - May 29, 2018

DELAFIELD, WI (WISN/CNN) – A woman said her emphasis on diet helped her in her battle against cancer, and now her approach will be studied by researchers at Harvard University to see if it can help others.For Kathy Bero, time in the kitchen is an investment ...

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Top Tier Nutrition aims to be 'nutritional Starbucks'
nwitimes.com, Indiana - May 16, 2017

Owner Anthony Christopher hopes the business will be a ânutritional Starbucks.â Top Tier Nutrition, at 233 Ridge Road, specializes in meal replacement shakes, smoothies and teas.âThereâs no commitment,â Christopher said. âYou can try a flavor, and come back ...

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[ April 13, 2017 ] Wake up! The American diet has lost its soul Articles
Southside Times, Indiana - April 13, 2017

Hello beautiful souls. If you're unaware, we face the largest preventable catastrophe in the history of mankind. Disease, obesity, aggressive, violent behavior, intolerance, hate, injustice and pointless murders are widely accepted as the norm. Just as

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Glendale 4-H Club learns about careers, nutrition
Washington Times Herald, Indiana - March 28, 2017

Glendale 4-H club is back at it again with the fun. In the last two meetings, the club learned about careers and nutrition.On Feb. 13, Mary Sacarello created a guess who game with different people in our community and their careers. The game was simple.

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Dwight Howard diet: two dozen candy bars per day, basically
Indianapolis Star, Indiana - March 27, 2017

If you've been trying to take your athletic talent to the next level and just can't seem to take the leap, maybe adopt Dwight Howard's approach.Sent!A link has been sent to your friend's email address.Posted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Jo

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LifeSpan celebrates nutrition awareness
Evening News and Tribune, Indiana - February 23, 2017

NEW ALBANY â LifeSpan Resources, the designated area agency on aging for the Indiana counties of Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Scott, will celebrate Nutrition Awareness Day on Wednesday, March 15, at five of its senior meal sites. A special hot lunch and ...

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Clark County inmate sues Sheriff over kosher diet
Indianapolis Star, Indiana - February 20, 2017

Following an ongoing national conversation about religious freedom, one Jeffersonville inmate is suing claiming he was denied the right to practice his religion.Steven W. Bowers, a Messianic Jew, is suing the Clark County Sheriff's Department and Sheriff ...

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Paw Prints: Good nutrition can help your pet live longer, healthier
Terre Haute Tribune Star, Indiana - January 22, 2017

Cats and dogs usually begin to show visible signs of aging at around 7 to 12 years of age. Pets age according to their genetics, diet and environmental conditions. As they get older, they become susceptible to conditions such as kidney and heart disease and obesity. An ...

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Nutrition program improves food stamp family's food security
Purdue Newsroom, Indiana - December 12, 2016

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. â Food stamp participants who participated in a supplemental nutrition education program were able to improve their food security by 25 percent, according to a study by Purdue University. "Food assistance is very important and

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Nutrition program celebrates holidays
Journal Review, Indiana - November 19, 2016

Becca Adams (left), a North Montgomery High School senior, helps Laura Brown make a candy cane reindeer craft Friday in the 4-H Building at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds. Brown was among clients at the Purdue Extension Nutrition Education Prog

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Five tips to reduce sugar in your daily diet
Fox 59, Indiana - October 24, 2016

Monday. October 24th is National Food Day, a day to eat better and real food. IU Health dietitian Anna King tells us five easy ways to cut sugar from your diet.FIVE WAYS TO REDUCE ADDED SUGAR FROM YOUR DIETCut back on sugar-sweetened bever

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Atlanta Falcons visit to Sweetwater Middle celebrates exercise, nutrition
nwitimes.com, Indiana - October 18, 2016

Atlanta Falcons punter Matt Bosher participates in football drills with sixth-graders on Tuesday at Sweetwater Middle School. The event was to celebrate a $10,000 grant from the Southeast United Dairy Association to support school nutrition programs.

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