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2014-09-11 16:26:28

ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Hispanics have taken to using supplements in greater numbers over the last five years, and comprise the fastest growing ethnic population for vitamin and mineral use, according to Nutritional Supplements in the U.S., 6th Edition, a recent report by market research publisher Packaged Facts. http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnvar/20140801/132630 The report can be found at:...

2014-09-11 08:28:49

CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Thanks to an all-natural bodybuilding champion trying to add some natural flavor to his boring oatmeal while getting into the best shape of his life, the foodservice industry is about to get a shot in the arm, one sprinkle at a time. Waldman Naturals, Inc. today announced the launch of Kickers® powdered food enhancer, an all-natural fruit-based, gluten-free, product designed to "Sprinkle a little goodness®" onto a variety of foods. "Truth be...

2014-09-10 23:13:50

Canadian brand, Alligga, cracks the formula for Omega-3 rich cooking oil. Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) September 10, 2014 BG Health Group has announced the arrival of its Alligga Flaxseed Cooking Oil to the United States, bringing a rich source of Omega-3 fatty acids to your kitchen. People have conformed over the years to not cooking with flax oil due to its low smoke point. After years of research, the impossible is not only possible but also extremely healthy. “It’s all natural,...

2014-09-10 23:07:09

The United Kingdom’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has given Salba® Chia a positive novel food opinion for its chia seeds. Following a rigorous review of data, Salba Chia seeds have been assessed to be equivalent to chia seeds already approved for market in the European Union, and granted the same status. DENVER, Colo. (PRWEB) September 10, 2014 The United Kingdom’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has given Salba® Chia a positive novel food opinion for its chia seeds. Following a...

2014-09-10 23:07:06

More than 40 percent of sodium comes from 10 common types of food Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 10, 2014 More than 90 percent of U.S. children, aged 6-18 years, eat more sodium than recommended, putting them at risk for developing high blood pressure and heart disease later in life, according to a new CDC Vital Signs report. This report provides the most recent data detailing how much sodium school-age children eat and where it comes from. Using data from CDC’s 2009-2010 National...

2014-09-10 12:29:29

Allergic Attraction is a new online dating and social site to connect young adults with allergies ENGLEWOOD, N.J., Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Young adults with food allergies face many challenges as they grow older, particularly when they go off to college. While going to college is stressful for most teens, for those with a food allergy it can be particularly unsettling. As they start the process of managing food allergies by themselves, they often find it difficult to date,...

Schools Without Health Plans Unprepared To Handle Life-threatening Emergencies
2014-09-10 03:15:17

By Marla Paul, Northwestern University Only one in four students with asthma and half of children with food allergies have emergency health management plans in place at school, leaving schools inadequately prepared to manage daily needs and handle medical emergencies related to often life-threatening medical conditions, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study in partnership with Chicago Public Schools (CPS). "Given the amount of time kids spend in school, it's critical for school...

2014-09-10 08:30:31

Newly formed Global Nutrition & Health Alliance to shed light on misconceptions about diet and appropriate use of vitamin and mineral supplementation, as part of a healthy lifestyle NEW YORK, Sept. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A group of leading health and medical experts have joined together to form the Global Nutrition & Health Alliance (GNHA) to educate consumers and healthcare professionals about optimal nutrition, including the use of vitamin, minerals and supplements (VMS) as part of a...

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2014-09-10 06:52:50

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online This month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a new issue of their Vital Signs report aimed at offering recent data and calls to action on important health issues. The biggest headline this month is a troubling report that approximately 9 out of 10 US children aged 6–18 eat more sodium than recommended. This increased intake puts the children at risk for high blood pressure and heart disease later in life....

2014-09-09 20:24:02

LONDON, Sept. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report: US Pouches Market, Freedoniahttps://www.reportbuyer.com/product/934667/US-Pouches-Market-Freedonia.html US pouch demand to reach $9.4 billion in 2018Demand for pouches in the US is forecast to reach $9.4 billion in 2018, fueled by above average gains for stand-up pouches stemming from sustainability, function, and marketing advantages over alternative packaging media. Advances for stand-up...

Latest Food science Reference Libraries

2010-09-29 17:09:53

Pasteurization, used to slow microbial growth in food, is a process of heating food or liquid to a specific temperature for a definite length of time and then cooling immediately. Louis Pasteur was the creator of the process and completed his first test with Claude Bernard in April 20, 1864. The process was conceived as a way to prevent wine and beer from souring. Mostly, commercial-scale sterilization of food is uncommon due to its poor affects on taste and quality of product. Most dairy...

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