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Halloween Candy Nutrition Facts – The Best and Worst by Adria A. Posted Wed 05 Oct 2011 12:00am   It’s that time again, the sun hides and you layer.   With the layering comes potential weight gain as the world gets a little lax with their exercise and diet routines.  Halloween is on the horizon and it could be time to break out that potential risque costume.  To keep you lean during the candy season we are arming you with al ... Read on »
Nutritional Supplement or Glorified Candy Bar? by Cindy Haskin-Popp Posted Fri 11 Jun 2010 8:21am Whole foods are best, but when you are constantly on-the-go, that option is not always possible.  Enter meal replacement bars – the go-to source of nutrition of many that has gained in popularity in recent years.  And, for good reason – when you are about to debunk and are faced with choosing between an empty calorie, high-sodium, fat-ladened m ... Read on »
Blueberry Nutrition in a Candy World by Robin A. Posted Tue 08 Mar 2011 6:45pm I watched a lot of television and movies growing up, but one movie I did not see was Willie Wonka and The Chocolate Factory until I was in my 20s. Shocked? I know, most of my friends were! This is a classic movie, especially for a chocolate fiend like myself. When I was a kid, I adored candy. I remember my mom would take us for breakfas ... Read on »
Trick or Treat: Nutritional Data on Popular Halloween Candy by Clay M. Posted Wed 11 Nov 2009 10:03pm Millions of children along with adults will be out this Halloween dressed up in who-knows-what gathering up all the candy they can carry.  At the end of the night there won't be too many 'healthy' items in that goodie bag or leftover candy that you bought to give out.  Either if it is you or your children who eat the candy, it would be int ... Read on »
Trick or Treat: Nutritional Data on Popular Halloween Candy by Korkut V. Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:04pm Millions of children along with adults will be out this Halloween dressed up in who-knows-what gathering up all the candy they can carry.  At the end of the night there won't be too many 'healthy' items in that goodie bag or leftover candy that you bought to give out.  Either if it is you or your children who eat the candy, it would be interestin ... Read on »
Halloween Candy by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 29 Oct 2009 11:01pm I'm not a parent (only a doggy parent) so it is unlikely that there will be Halloween candy in our place on October 31st. I do not work in an office so I am pretty sure that I will not be indulging in the office candy bowl at 10am and 3pm everyday. Lastly, I am not a big fan of the selection of candy at Halloween so there will be no tootsie roll ... Read on »
Trick or TREAT! by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 10:52am I am not one to repeat articles or repeat blogs. However, I wrote this blog in 2009 and I would like to re-post it for my new readers. In anticipation for this upcoming holiday (and for the holidays in Nov and Dec), I'd like for you to please keep in mind my philosophy of having a healthy relationship with food as you read this article. ... Read on »
Belmont Confections Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Peanuts in "Dymatize Nutrition, Elite Gourmet Bars" (Cookies & Cream by FDA Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 8:03pm Belmont Confections Inc. is recalling Dymatize Nutrition Elite Gourmet Cookies & Cream bars and Dymatize Nutrition Elite Gourmet Fudge Brownie bars in both the 1.5oz and 3oz packages because they may contain undeclared peanuts. Belmont became aware of the problem via a complaint to the distributor Dymatize Inc. Read on »
Product Review: Surf Sweets gluten free gummy candy & jelly beans by Karen .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 25 Oct 2009 11:00pm Candy can be tricky on a gluten free diet. When it comes to gummy candies and jelly beans, I have had a hard time finding a certified gluten free product.  I like to err on the side of caution, so I usually opt out of gummy candies all together because it just isn’t worth the risk of a reaction. Surf Sweets sent me a few samples of ... Read on »
Candy Addiction: Fact or Fiction? by Zing Bars Blog Posted Wed 30 Oct 2013 9:00am Autumn is in full swing here in the great Pacific Northwest.  And no matter where you live, along with the cooler weather and brilliant colors come seasonal shifts in eating.  Soups and stews replace barbeque and salads, and it’s wonderful to enjoy fresh seasonal produce like juicy pears and crisp apples, plus all kinds of gorgeous winte ... Read on »