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Two Percent Milk is NOT Low Fat Recently the fact that Starbucks switched from whole milk to 2 percent milk in its espresso drinks made news. And many of us reach for the 2 percent when we’re trying to lower the fat content in our ...
Sep 03 2007 5:34pm
Whole milk (1 cup): 150 calories, 70 calories ... more
Jul 19 2008 9:44pm
Low Blood Pressure Diet Promotes CHICAGO -- A large study offers the strongest evidence yet that a diet the government recommends for lowering blood pressure can save people from heart attack and stroke. Researchers followed mor ...
May 12 2008 12:00pm
Thanks for posting the link. Sometimes we become focused on the way we'll look when we ea ... more
Aug 28 2008 7:40am
Eating Healthy Article What IS a Healthy Diet by: Chris Chenoweth There is so much information about what is healthy and nutritious these days that it is very difficult to sort out the hype from the truth. Following a ...
Feb 02 2007 5:58am
Don't Scream After Ice Cream Traditional ice cream is made with heavy cream, which is loaded with saturated (bad) fat, sometimes as much as 10 grams per half cup! Add in the trans fat (also bad) found in the cookie and chocolat ...
Jul 08 2007 5:04pm
Shave Calories at Breakfast Without Deprivation In the a.m., avoid the whipped cream in coffee drinks, and get your café mocha made with skim milk. Also stick with the smallest size rather than the “grande.” A specialty shop blueberry bagel with 2 ...
Oct 14 2007 2:12pm
... ker before going in for an overly sweetened, fatty drink at your local coffeeshop. more
Oct 16 2007 10:18am
British Diet Still Too Salty Says Agency A new report by the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) says that the average Briton still eats too much salt, although the level has come down a little in recent years. Published today, the FSA report ...
Mar 19 2007 2:42pm
Skim milk best for pumping up muscle mass Weightlifters who drink skim milk after a workout will build about twice as much muscle as those who rely on soy beverages, a new study suggests. What's more, milk is far cheaper than supplements spe ...
Apr 20 2007 11:32am
Shrek on a diet in McDonald's Happy Meal gig McDonald's Corp. is putting the pot-bellied green star of "Shrek" movies on a diet in a new campaign that features the restaurant chain's apple slices and salads rather than its burgers and fries. On ...
May 09 2007 10:05am
Portion Size is Important! Changing your lifestyle can be very confusing at first. This handy portion guide can help anyone with food confusion: Grains and Starches Portion Size: an amount up to the size of your fist ...
Aug 16 2007 9:17am
Calcium All Day Long Breakfast is a great time to get your calcium. Fat-free or low fat milk, soy milk, or calcium fortified juices are great sources of the mineral, which plays an important role in building and maintain ...
Aug 27 2007 5:17am