Doctors Putting Food Ahead Of Medicine To Help PatientsThe science of nutrition has expanded dramatically - with more doctors now putting food ahead of medicine to help cure what ails you.
Tasty Health AppTasty Health not only shows you how to make dishes that are better for you, it also breaks down the carbs, fat and protein, as well as the calories.
Food Bank Of South Jersey Celebrates Its 30th AnniversarySince 1985, the Food Bank of South Jersey has been distributing food to those in need and provides nutrition education and cooking courses to help individuals find sustainable ways to improve their lives.
Study: Young People Are Skipping LunchNestlé says the new data is part of its Kids Nutrition & Health Study, which aims to provide country-specific health information on the eating habits of children.
Study Finds Vitamins Help Prevent Vision LossVitamin B and folic acid help prevent age-related vision loss.
USDA Report: Americans Are Eating HealthierAccording to the report, “Changes in Eating Patterns and Diet Quality Among Working-Age Adults, 2005-2010,” more adults are checking out the Nutrition Facts Panel on most food packages.
Fruits And Vegetables Extend Life ExpectancyHere is a great argument for eating plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Nutrition Specialist: Let Food Be Your Pharmacy A popular claim in vitamins, foods and drinks is they have antioxidants in them, and that's a health benefit, but a nutrition specialist says we're in danger of too much of a good thing.
Study: Attending Pre-Kindergarten May Lead To Healthier Adult LifeResearchers suspect that the stability of five years of pre-K may have shielded the children against stress and health risks of growing up poor.
Lose It! AppThe Lose It! app sets a daily calorie budget to help you meet your weight loss goals, while tracking your steps and weekly intake.
Study: Restaurant Meals Still High In Calories, Lacking In NutritionNew research out of Philadelphia shows that a meal at a sit-down restaurant may be just as bad -- or worse -- for your health than eating fast food.
'Traffic Light' Food Labeling Leads To Healthier ChoicesLabeling choices by color, researchers found there was a 12% increase in the purchase of “green” or healthy foods and a 20% decrease in the purchase of “red” or unhealthy foods.