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A simple guide to food labels by The New Healthy Posted Thu 26 Apr 2012 12:32pm Whether you’re trying to lose weight, gain weight, control sugar or carbs, up your protein intake, or just simply eat a bit healthier – you need to know how to make sense of a nutrition label. Being able to correctly decode food labels is a huge advantage when it comes to healthy eating. While we all know that we should be reading food la ... Read on »
Detailed Nutritional Guidlines For Boxers & MMA Fighters... by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 12 Jun 2011 12:13pm I will be the first to tell you I do not follow MMA, however I first laced up boxing gloves and climbed through the ropes at the ripe old age of nine. Fighting on both an amateur & briefly the professional levels, I have worked with & around fighters some world class my entire adult life. So point being although I do not follow the MMA ... Read on »
17 Nutrition Tips To Stay Lean & Healthy For life by Richard S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 4:44pm 17 Essential Rules of Nutrition What if I told you that a few simple changes to your diet and eating habits could extend your youth, rip up your physique, get your body fat percentage down to the single digits (or teens for women), and ultimately add 5, 10, or even 20 years to your life? Intrigued? It’s for real. These 17 rules are absolut ... Read on »
[Nutrition 911] Part VII Nutrition Emergency: Sugar vs. Fat: Which Is Worse? by Timothy C. Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 4:13pm Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we bring you The Thriller in Vanilla, the long-awaited fight to crown the World Obesity Federation’s heavyweight champion. It’s the battle to decide, once and for all, which contender is most responsible for making us fat. In one corner, we have our long-reigning champion, The Heartbreak Hammer, Fat! In the other c ... Read on »
Review: Top shelf ingredients let you rest assured that your nutrition is covered by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jul 2013 7:08pm Triathletes are bombarded daily with suggestions, directives and advertisements for nutritional supplements to use in addition to their regular diet to account for the extra stress of training and racing and to enhance the effects of the caloric burn. Want to bike harder, run faster? Take this super duper supplement that increases your this ... Read on »
New Nutrition Keys: A Better Nutrition Facts Label? by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 03 Feb 2011 10:11am Almost 40% of Americans don’t read the Nutrition Facts panel, according to a study conducted by Nicholas J. Ollberding, PhD, Randi L. Wolf, PhD, and Isobel Contento, PhD, of Columbia University and published in the Journal of the  American Dietetic Association . What’s more, 50% don’t read the list of ingredients, 53% don’t pay attention to se ... Read on »
How to Read a Nutrition Label: Your Easy Guide to Decoding Nutrition Facts! by Fit Bottomed Girls Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jun 2012 6:00am The very first step to proper nutrition is making sure you know exactly what you are putting into your body. Choosing the best food for your health can be difficult when someone else is preparing it, but we have the right to know what we are consuming. This is why we have nutrition facts labels—so everyone can make inform ... Read on »
How to Read the Nutrition Facts Label by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 07 Jun 2012 11:31am One of the biggest complaints I hear from people who are trying to make healthier changes to their diet is that reading a nutrition label is daunting. There is so much information, they often don’t know where to begin. Yet, understanding this very simple task could be tremendously helpful in helping you make better decisions about the food you ... Read on »
Nutrition Facts Label by anna Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 5:03pm The nutrition facts label comes in handy when trying to determine which foods are the healthiest options at the grocery store. However, many people have a hard time reading and interpreting the information provided by the nutrition facts label. If one serving of a food provides 15% of the daily value (%DV) for calcium, is that good? How do you d ... Read on »
Label Libel: Nutrition Fact or Fiction? by Carly K. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 10:31pm by Megan Weinberg Jones-ing for a less guilt-inducing sweet snack the other day, I mindlessly grabbed the Klondike “100 Calorie” ice cream bars on sale without paying attention to the nutrition labeling on the back. The pictures of ice cream enrobed in chocolate with the low-cal promise were good enough for me (see Exhibit A). Later that night ... Read on »