Diet information source

Local Updates New Hampshire

Around 100 community radio stations to spread awareness about National Nutrition Mission in September - Firstpost


Around 100 community radio stations to spread awareness about National Nutrition Mission in September - Firstpost

Firstpost - August 26, 2018

New Delhi: Around 100 community radio stations have been taken on board to spread awareness about 'Poshan Abhiyan', which aims ...

more

More Stories

Enlighten Nutrition & Wellness next up for Patrick's 'Connect'
The Laconia Daily Sun, New Hampshire - November 13, 2018

GILFORD — Patrick’s Pub and Eatery will host Enlighten Nutrition & Wellness at their weekly networking event, Patrick’s 'Connect,' on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 5-7 p.m.Enlighten Nutrition & Wellness provides an array of services, including ...

more

Nutrition and healthy dining at Dartmouth for student-athletes
The Dartmouth, New Hampshire - November 5, 2018

Dartmouth Nutritionist: Shira Evans At the Division I level, it’s easy to get exhausted with such a demanding athletic and academic schedule. This is precisely why Dartmouth places such a huge emphasis on nutrition, enabling its athletes to recharge and ...

more

Trish Chaput: When it comes to nutrition, one size doesn’t fit all
Conway Daily Sun, New Hampshire - October 26, 2018

We’ve all seen the headlines claiming: “Studies show eating (X food) leads to longer life†or “Shed pounds fast with (fill in the diet craze of your choice here).†Sounds great, right?Seems all you need to do is find some celebrity (or ...

more

Marie Veselsky: Diet and exercise are effective for both pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes
Conway Daily Sun, New Hampshire - October 26, 2018

Diet, exercise and weight loss are most effective for preventing pre-diabetes from becoming Type 2 diabetes.A major study found that the combination of diet and exercise reduced the odds of pre-diabetes becoming diabetes by 58 percent, compared with 31 percent ...

more

Study Blames 'Southern' Diet For Black Health Woes
WebMD, New Hampshire - October 2, 2018

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Oct. 2, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Black Americans are at greater risk of high blood pressure than whites, and a new study suggests the "Southern" diet bears much of the blame. ...

more



and even more

Trending today