Sometimes it seems like a food or nutrition study that comes out today contradicts one that came out the day before. Consumers are confused about what to believe, and rightly so. But not all science is created equal. Find out how to look beyond the headline-grabbing claims and judge the science for yourself.

Fitness & Wellness

Press Release | Feb 27 2011
(Washington, D.C., February 28, 2011) – March is National Nutrition Month®, an annual nutrition education and information campaign created by the American Dietetic Association (ADA).  The International Food Information Council Foundation is pleased...
Blog entry | Feb 17 2011
By: Elizabeth Rahavi, RD Date: 2/18/10 U.S. officials from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention released a mixed bag of American Health Statistics this week: On average, American life expectancy is increasing, yet we are living longer with...
Press Release | Feb 17 2011
(Washington, D.C.) – February is American Heart Month and a healthful diet and active lifestyle are some of the best weapons people have to fight heart disease. According to the International Food Information Council Functional Foods/Foods for...
Article | Feb 16 2011
Having a healthy heart begins with knowledge. According to the American Heart Association, one out of every three people in the U.S. is affected by heart-related diseases. The major risk factors for heart disease include high cholesterol, high blood...
Blog entry | Feb 08 2011
Kimberly Reed, Executive Director, International Food Information Council Foundation   02/09/11 Today we celebrate the one-year anniversary of "Let's Move!", First Lady Michelle Obama's initiative dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a...
Press Release | Feb 08 2011
MEDIA ALERT For journalists covering the new study on the association between childhood diets and IQ, the International Food Information Council Foundation would like to offer its resources to help put the findings in perspective. “It is no secret...
Data & Survey | Feb 01 2011
Download the research report. (PDF) Background The IFIC Foundation conducted a survey in Fall 2010 to quantitatively assess US consumers’ comprehension and interpretation of front-of-pack nutrition labeling. The research was supported by a grant...

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