With this detailed and specific advice, you’ll learn how much of each vitamin and mineral you need to get every day (from foods and supplements combined)… from vitamins A, D, and B-12 to iron, magnesium, potassium, and more. And we even include what diseases and health conditions are best treated with which vitamins and minerals. Read More
With this free advice, you’ll have a chart for quickly viewing the calorie density of a whole range of foods – from fruits and vegetables to beans, pasta, meat and dairy products, and more! When you pay attention to calorie density and portion size, you’ll be empowered to eat foods that help you lose weight. Read More
With this free advice, you’ll get a quick snapshot of a daily diet that lists – and graphically shows you – a day’s worth of food for meals that can help lower your risk of heart disease. Complete with breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack, dinner, and evening snack. And daily servings and serving sizes are fully explained! Read More
Is gluten-free eating only for those with celiac disease or gluten intolerance? Are gluten-free foods generally healthier? Can a gluten-free diet help you lose weight? Find out now when you download this free advice. And get specific recommendations on good gluten-free foods…and those you should avoid. Read More
Caffeine is the only drug that is present naturally or added to widely consumed foods. People who consume caffeine regularly develop a dependence on it…one possible reason soft-drink makers add it to their products. Here is a chart that lists the caffeine content of a variety of beverages, from coffees and teas to soft drinks and energy drinks. Read More
Eating healthfully has never been easier! Especially when you have a list of the ten best foods. Download this valuable list and get the nutritional reasons why these top-ten powerhouse foods are good for you – from the expert scientists and nutritionists at NutritionAction.com. Read More
There are several ways to completely replace salt without sacrificing flavor in your food. Use this method for making your own seasonings that are tasty and convenient…without the salt! Or try some brand-name salt substitutes that we recommend (these have little or no sodium). Read More
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