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Blog entry | Jul 07 2015

You can balance diabetes and a sweet tooth. Find out how low-calorie sweeteners can be a helpful tool:

 

Blog entry | Jun 25 2015

Get a snapshot on how low-calorie sweeteners can make splurges more sensible for those with diabetes or watching their calories.

 

Blog entry | Jun 18 2015

Almost 6 in 10 Americans rate themselves as either in very good or excellent health, but over half of the Americans who rated themselves as either in very good or excellent health are overweight or

Blog entry | Jun 04 2015

Nearly two-thirds of Americans have thought about whether their foods and beverages are produced in an environmentally sustainable way.

Blog entry | May 26 2015

How do Americans prioritize their health? Check out the consumer survey data! See how Americans would use extra time and extra money, and how much time they spend on their meals.

 

Blog entry | May 07 2015

To celebrate this campaign season, we're sharing campaign posters for some of our favorite nutrient-powered foods.

Blog entry | Apr 20 2015

If you're like us, you've probably come across several people who are opposed to so-called "genetically modified organisms," or GMOs.

Blog entry | Feb 19 2015

The 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC) has released their report. But what does this mean? Are these the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans?

Blog entry | Feb 02 2015

Research has confirmed that the type of fat we eat is more important than how much we eat. But which fats are the healthiest, and where can we find them?

Blog entry | Jan 22 2015

You may not be interviewed on ESPN any time soon, but if you're hitting the gym (or the running path, or the dance studio ... ), it could still affect your protein needs.

Blog entry | Dec 19 2014

Whether it's the latest celebrity athlete or your mom's best friend, it seems like everyone is talking about “gluten” and going “gluten-free.” So what IS gluten?

Blog entry | Nov 17 2014

In 1983, the first scientific report on the development of genetically engineered (GE or food biotechnology, also inaccurately referred to as GMOs) plant cells was published

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