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Poor diet and lifestyle choices increases early mortality risk by 250%

7/11/2014 - Medical professionals from the University of Zurich have compiled important public health results that can be used in counseling and primary care to slash the risk of early death. Their conclusion was general, stating that people can live longer due to an active lifestyle, more fruit and vegetable...

Health and food choices must be won to improve American health

1/9/2014 - The deterioration of individual freedoms to make personal health care decisions and access safe foods has progressively worsened in the last 30 years. Highly adulterated processed foods, mandated vaccinations and widespread pharmaceutical drug use are harming American health and the fabric of our society. Childhood...

Five Lifestyle choices that put men at an increased risk for colorectal cancer

10/12/2012 - Current mainstream cancer statistics indicate that in the U.S., men have slightly less than a one in two lifetime risk of developing cancer. Although there are over 200 different cancers, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in men. While this news is grim, the good news is that today we...

America is catching on - Soda sales drop dramatically as healthier choices continue to grow

3/26/2012 - Better late than never, but more Americans finally seem to be getting the message they've been consuming far too much soda and as such, sales of pop have been falling. In reality, soda sales have been falling for about seven years, but they really dropped off in 2011 as consumers made other choices...

Re-examine your choice of breakfast through meal experimentation

7/2/2011 - Choosing what to eat for breakfast is based primarily on social conditioning, and then firmly settled by habit. Despite the common view breakfast is "the most important meal of the day," it has not, for whatever reason, led us to make the most healthy choices in how we begin our day. Rather, our choices...

Positive Choices Avoid Chronic Illness

8/31/2010 - Millions suffer from chronic illness that may be prevented by new lifestyle choices. Knowledge and the desire to make positive changes could be the answer. Chronic illness afflicts 100 million Americans... consumes two-thirds of all U.S. health care costs and causes 7 out of 10 deaths. ($2.00 out...

Promote Sustainable Food Choices by Voting with Your Shopping Cart

1/12/2010 - What we eat and what we buy affects our health, environment, and economy. When the economy turns bad or we lose a war, we throw out the president, but when an obesity epidemic grows to as high as 30 percent in children we make little noise at the political level. Instead it is left up to our elected...

Fraudulent "Smart Choices" food labeling program crumbles as food manufacturers flee scrutiny (opinion)

11/2/2009 - The fraudulent "Smart Choices" food labeling gimmick that sought to push sugary cereals as "healthy foods" is crumbling amid the pullout of Kellogg, Unilever and PepsiCo. These companies have been distancing themselves from the fraudulent labeling scam ever since the FDA announced the labeling might...

"Smart Choices" food label is marketing fraud; Tufts University involvement questioned (opinion)

9/22/2009 - The big food companies have dreamed up yet another clever con to sell processed junk foods to parents and children: A "Smart Choices" label that implies the food product is a smart choice for health and nutrition. The problem is that the standards for qualifying for this designation were set by the...

Mid-Day Nourishment: Three Best and Worst Lunch Choices for Health

2/19/2008 - Monday, January 7th, 2008 marked the beginning of an era of healthy eating for high school students in Quebec, Canada. The provincial government in Quebec implemented new food regulations that prohibit high school students from having access to soft drinks, diet products, sugary beverages, and deep-fried...

Diet Pattern More Important than Specific Food Choices (press release)

8/30/2006 - Making changes to what you eat is difficult. Often the barrier to change is a preoccupation with specific choices: Can I have eggs for breakfast? Is oatmeal better than raisin bran? Individual choices are meaningful, but if they fit into a sound overall dietary pattern, there will be plenty of wiggle...

Reversing diabetes means making tough choices in foods, nutrition and exercise

10/24/2004 - In parts 1 and 2 of this article series, we talked about how dietary sugars (white flour, corn syrup, table sugar, etc.) alter blood sugar levels and how the body tries to regulate blood sugar through glycogen storage, insulin secretion and body fat creation. In this third and final part, we're exploring...

Diet, nutrition and exercise choices revealed as major factor in cancer rates for women

7/8/2004 - This shouldn't be big news, but it is: women who follow sound nutritional advice, engage in regular physical exercise, avoid smoking, limit their calories and maintain a healthy body weight are far less likely to be diagnosed with cancer. Put another way, whether a woman develops cancer is largely...

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