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Food policy summit addresses innovative ways to adopt and translate the Dietary Guidelines for Americans COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As February begins, many Americans' New Year's resolutions have already gone by the wayside, despite their best intentions.
Nearly 8 in 10 Americans (79 percent) say they are at least somewhat knowledgeable about nutrition, but new research from the International Food Information Council shows several wide gaps between
IFIC Foundation is spending September—Food Safety Education Month—helping educate the public about why “Food Safety Matters.” The theme underscores how everyone along the entire supply
The vast majority of Americans believe it’s possible to have a great deal of control over their level of physical activity, the healthfulness of their diet and their weight, yet far fewer are
The results of a three-phase examination of effective behavior-related dietary guidance messages that can be used to assist parents in achieving healthful lifestyles for themselves and their families
While many public health officials and healthcare providers view reducing sodium intake as the primary strategy to lower blood pressure, a 2010 expert Roundtable indicates that strategies that
Most Americans (52 percent) have concluded that figuring out their income taxes is easier than knowing what they should and shouldn’t eat to be healthier, according to the International Food
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