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New Wholesome Snack Line in Four Original Varieties Supports Individual Challenge Goals LOS ANGELES, Sept.
Watching too much television has long been associated with obesity, but new research published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine suggests that what you watch might be every bit as important as how much you watch when it comes to packing on the pounds.
This Father’s Day, celebrated child-feeding dietitian Kristen Yarker will be providing complimentary access for parents of picky eaters to her
Child feeding expert Kristen Yarker, MSc, RD, announced that during the beginning of the month of May, health-conscious mothers who purchase her e-book on childhood nutrition will receive free
The average US child snacks three times a day. Concerned about the role of snacking in obesity, a team of researchers set out to explore how eating frequency relates to energy intake and diet quality in a sample of low-income, urban schoolchildren in the Boston area.
Almonds examined for effects on diet quality, appetite, adiposity and cardiovascular disease risk factors at Experimental Biology 2014.
Middle school students who watch at least two hours of television per day are more likely to experience cardiovascular disease risk factors than those spending an equal amount of time surfing the Internet or playing video games.
Southern California health retreat recommends better snack ideas for daily food cravings. San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2014 A
Underpinning the success of snack foods are the strides marketers have made in developing healthier salty snack foods that still taste good, according to “Salty Snacks in the U.S.,” a recently
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.