Food and Nutrition Facts
Food and nutrition facts help you decipher a plethora of diet advice. If you're considering a dietary change, these articles can help guide you to the right foods.
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The FDA and America's Frightening Food System
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Why a Second Breakfast Can Be Good for Us
Is brown sugar healthier than white sugar?
What Makes a Food 'Natural'?
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Passionfruit: Natural Food
How Religion and Anti-regulatory Bias Birthed a $36 Billion Supplement Industry
How Dietary Supplements Work
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The USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend eating fewer sweets to reduce calorie intake, ensure adequate vitamin and mineral intake, and control weight. Eating foods with added sugar typically crowds out more nutrient-dense foods. Learn more.
The USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend making vegetables a major component of your eating pattern. Why? Because veggies make it easy to eat fewer calories, manage your weight, and decrease your risk of chronic conditions. Learn more.
You've probably heard the hype: Antioxidants can make you look and feel younger! Some hopeful folks even believe antioxidants will lower the threat of disease. Can there be any truth to this? Learn what an antioxidant actually is.
By Robin Brett Parnes
"Healthy" chocolate cereals aren't being marketed to the kids you might expect. Why are grown-ups the big new target market for desperate cereal companies?
By Sarah Gleim
Daily calorie needs vary significantly from person to person. Learn how to calculate the number thatâ€™s right for your body.