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Local students learn about nutrition, farms; author to speak at library; HuffPost tour to stop in Provo
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Local students learn about nutrition, farms; author to speak at library; HuffPost tour to stop in Provo

Daily Herald - October 15, 2017

In addition to learning about the economic and cultural importance of local agriculture, county Health Department employees shared messages of healthy ...

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Letter: Shifting to a cruelty-free diet
Salt Lake Tribune, Utah - October 9, 2017

FILE - In this July 1, 2010, file photo, chickens stand in their cages at Maine Contract Farming, in Turner, Maine. A bill drawn up by Republican Gov. Paul LePage would make public the names of animal activists hired to film undercover footage of animal cruelty. ...

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A diet that's beneficial to everyone but used by few
Daily Herald, Utah - April 13, 2017

If the DASH diet is so beneficial and well studied, why isn't everyone following it? Analyses of health and nutrition in the United States from 1988 to 2012 showed that less than 1 percent of the population adhered to the DASH diet and that only 20 ...

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Provide Nutrition Acquired By Op2Labs, Rebrands to Transcend Sciences
Utah Business, Utah - January 20, 2017

Salt Lake CityâProvide Nutrition LC, a leader in medical nutrition products announced Thursday the acquisition by OP2Labs, LLC. The acquisition will combine Provide Nutrition with Frog Performance, LLC, as wholly owned subsidiaries of OP2 Labs.

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Provide Nutrition Acquired By Op2Labs, Rebrands to Transcend Sciences
Utah Business, Utah - January 20, 2017

Salt Lake CityâProvide Nutrition LC, a leader in medical nutrition products announced Thursday the acquisition by OP2Labs, LLC. The acquisition will combine Provide Nutrition with Frog Performance, LLC, as wholly owned subsidiaries of OP2 Labs.

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How candy makers shape nutrition science
Salt Lake Tribune, Utah - June 2, 2016

"We're hoping they can do something with it — it's thin and clearly padded," a nutrition professor wrote to one of her co-authors in 2011, with an abstract for the paper attached.The comment was in emails obtained by The Associated Press through records requests ...

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