Article | Apr 10 2013
What is avian influenza? The avian influenza is a disease most commonly found among poultry. There are many subtypes of flu viruses, variants and strains that affect birds, other animals and even...
Article | Apr 01 2013
The International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2013 Food & Health Survey examines Americans’ diet, food safety practices and healthy habits. Americans Experience a “Control Gap”...
Article | Jan 08 2013
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) launched a public consultation on its draft scientific opinion on the safety of the low-calorie sweetener aspartame.       EFSA's scientific experts have...
Article | Oct 23 2012
Low-calorie sweeteners (also sometimes referred to as artificial sweeteners or sugar substitutes) provide consumers with a broad selection of safe, low-calorie, good-tasting foods, and offer a sweet...
Article | Oct 08 2012
There's no doubt that healthful eating habits contribute to a healthy body. It's been known for decades that heart health, weight control, illness prevention and overall body functioning are all...
Article | Sep 18 2012
Got questions about arsenic in our food supply? According to the FDA, there is no reason to change your diet. Continue to enjoy a balanced diet rich in a variety of grains. It’s good for nutrition....
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Article | Sep 12 2012
  Produced in cooperation with the Diabetes Care and Education Dietetic Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Download the PDF of the full brochure.    Cutting back on calories or...
Article | Sep 05 2012
Our Food & Health Survey indicates that while some Americans recognize that ensuring the safety of the US food supply is a shared responsibility across government, farmers/producers, the food/...
Article | Aug 26 2012
  Favorably reviewed by the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) Download the PDF to view the brochure Many people may think they have to give up sweets in order to lose or maintain their...
Article | Aug 12 2012
No time for breakfast? If so, you or your family are missing out on the many benefits of eating the morning meal. Check out the three quick and easy solutions below plus a full menu of speedy,...
Article | Aug 12 2012
Breakfast. Research shows that many of us believe that it’s the most important meal of the day—and there is plenty of science to support it. Still, more than half of us do not eat breakfast everyday...
Article | Aug 02 2012
Introduction The issues of “pig castration” and “boar taint” may have caught your attention in the media recently.  For many years, pork producers have physically castrated male piglets to prevent...
Article | Aug 01 2012
Introduction The issues of “pig castration” and “boar taint” may have caught your attention in the media recently.  For many years, pork producers have physically castrated male piglets to prevent...

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