Healthy Food Claims Cause Consumer Confusion

Healthy Food Claims Cause Consumer Confusion
Americans are consuming food information from more sources than ever before, yet nutritional literacy is lacking, and health may be suffering as a result. Those are among the findings of the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 12th Annual …

Healthy Foods Not Necessarily More Expensive Than Less Healthy Ones
Most Americans’ diets fall short of Federal recommendations, especially when it comes to whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and fruits and vegetables. Some nutrition researchers and food writers blame cost, saying fruits and vegetables and other …
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Five not-so-healthy health foods
Salad, bran muffins, fat-free foods? They’re good for you, right? Not really. We have so many food options that confuse us about what’s healthy and what isn’t. Dietician Mansi Chatrath from Natural Health Care Clinic tells us about 7 foods you may like to …
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Experts Doubt Claims of ‘Hidden Chambers’ in King Tut’s Tomb

trendExperts Doubt Claims of ‘Hidden Chambers’ in King Tut’s Tomb
However, Live Science contacted radar experts not affiliated with the project, and they said they doubt the validity of these claims. Some of these experts noted that the geology of the Valley of the Kings, which contains many natural voids, makes it …
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Late sleepers are tired of being discriminated against. And science has their
A couple of weeks ago, I reported on the science of chronobiology, which finds we all have an internal clock that keeps us on a consistent sleep and wake cycle. But the key finding is that everyone’s clock is not the same. Most people fall in the …
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Did you solve it? The logic question almost everyone gets wrong
The results are in and yes, most of you got this one wrong. Here’s why. Looking at married people. Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images. Alex Bellos. Monday 28 March 2016 12.00 EDT Last modified on Tuesday 29 March 2016 09.16 EDT. Share on Facebook …
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