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Nevada Supreme Court sides with inmate who sought Thelemist diet
Las Vegas Review-Journal

Nevada Supreme Court sides with inmate who sought Thelemist diet

Las Vegas Review-Journal - September 15, 2017

CARSON CITY — A Nevada prison inmate who was denied a special diet he had requested as a practicing Thelemist has won a ruling from the Nevada Supreme ...

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Diet Detective: What a NYC breakfast ad can teach parents
Reno Gazette Journal, Nevada - February 13, 2017

The other day, I noticed an interesting advertisement in a New York City subway. The ad showed an upside-down croissant with a sail inserted to make it look like a sailboat, along with the slogan, âWIND IN YOUR SAILS! FREE. HEALTHY BREAKFAST IN THE CLAS

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CONTACT 13: Nutrition Rush under multi-agency investigation
KTNV Las Vegas, Nevada - December 22, 2016

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) - A valley nutrition store was recently on Dirty Dining. Now, the entire chain is under a multi-agency investigation. Could they be selling products that are dangerous to the public? Chief Investigator Darcy Spears has the exclusive story

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Nutritious diet can help keep cancer at bay
Las Vegas Review-Journal, Nevada - October 24, 2016

But even after receiving a diagnosis, local health care professionals say patients and survivors of the disease should take steps to keep their nutrition in check throughout their treatment and recovery periods — and beyond.“We know that eating healthy is something ...

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Diet Detective: Healthy cookbooks for kids
Reno Gazette Journal, Nevada - July 22, 2016

It teaches the basics of good nutrition with a short, illustrated introduction written at kids' reading levels. Kids will learn how the pieces of a healthy diet fit together in the Mayo Clinic Healthy Weight Pyramid. They'll learn that snacking can be a very good ...

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Diet Detective: Summer food mysteries solved
Reno Gazette Journal, Nevada - July 1, 2016

âBody temperature is affected by how well you hydrate your body, how much water you have in your muscles, blood and cells,â says Lona Sandon, Ph.D., R.D., a professor of nutrition at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas.

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