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Fried Foods Are Okay When Using Healthier Oils
2012-01-25 09:24:37

A new study has found that the link between fried foods and heart disease is not true when it comes to using olive or sunflower oil for frying, reports BBC News. The study, published in the British Medical Journal, found no association between the frequency of fried food consumption in Spain -- where olive and sunflower oils are used most often -- and the incidence of heart disease. However, the British Heart Foundation cautions that people should think twice about “reaching for...

2012-01-25 04:55:25

Consumption of fried foods and risk of coronary heart disease: Spanish cohort of the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition study Eating food fried in olive or sunflower oil is not linked to heart disease or premature death, finds a paper published on bmj.com today. The authors stress, however, that their study took place in Spain, a Mediterranean country where olive or sunflower oil is used for frying and their results would probably not be the same in another...

2012-01-20 21:00:00

Protica has launched the first all natural, protein fortified ketchup. Protein Ketchup is designed to be a healthy alternative to traditional ketchups available on the market. Whitehall, PA (PRWEB) January 20, 2012 Protica has launched the first all natural, protein fortified ketchup. Protein Ketchup is designed to be a healthy alternative to traditional ketchups available on the market. Protein Ketchup contains less than half the sugar content as the leading ketchup brands. Protein...

2011-10-06 09:59:48

Directly advertising food items to children worries many parents and health care providers, and the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Psychological Association have expressed concern about the negative impact of advertising on children's healthy food choices. A new study soon to be published in The Journal of Pediatrics explores the relationship between fast food advertisements, parental influence, and the food choices made by children. Dr. Christopher Ferguson and colleagues...


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