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They can be a breeding ground for nasty bacteria.
David Schardt • April 29, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Food Safety
Bean sprouts. Crunchy, inexpensive, nutritious. But many grocery chains and restaurants no longer sell or use raw bean sprouts because they’re too often contaminated with disease-causing bacteria.
“There have been at Read More
Adding exercise will also improve planning ability and memory.
Bonnie Liebman • April 27, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: What to Eat
“By age 70, about 15 percent of people have vascular disease in the brain,” says Prashanthi Vemuri, a Mayo Clinic researcher who studies cognitive decline. “By age 90, about 70 Read More
Why you're better off getting it from food.
David Schardt • April 25, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
“Lutein and its twin, zeaxanthin, are the only carotenoids that are found in the lens and in the macula, which is the central part of the retina and therefore most Read More
66 is the percentage of grain fed to animals, 4500 is the number of gallons of water needed to produce a quarter-pound of beef.
Michael F. Jacobson • April 22, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: What to Eat
Today, April 22, is the 46th annual Earth Day, when more than 193 countries celebrate their love and care for our planet. Here are some numbers to consider as you Read More
Could that be why you may have trouble remembering?
Bonnie Liebman • April 20, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Heart and Disease
“Hearing loss is strongly linked to a higher rate of cognitive decline and a greater risk of developing dementia over time,” says Frank Lin, associate professor of otolaryngology at the Read More
FDA finds a new contaminated one every three days.
David Schardt • April 18, 2016 • Be the First to Comment
You know that dietary supplement claims are often bogus. And about a third have something wrong with the quality of their contents or labeling.
But did you know that scores are Read More
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