- Pears, which are commercially grown in Washington, California, and Oregon, provide vitamin C and necessary fiber all for a mere 100 calories.
- Sweet potatoes have been touted as the regular (white) potato’s healthier cousin, yet both provide you with dietary fiber, potassium, vitamins, and some protein.
- Walking at varying speeds can burn up to 20 percent more calories when compared to maintaining a steady pace.
- A proposed FDA rule would place calorie information on vending machines nationwide in 2014. The government agency believes this would help people make healthier choices, despite evidence to the contrary
- This holiday season find out which airlines have the healthiest and the least healthiest foods.
- Our drive for protein in a high-caloric, low-nutrient environment may be causing us to overeat.
- An review of the internet's most popular food blogs found that the average dish contains high levels of sodium and fat.
- Our caloric intake is largely determined by the digestive process itself rather than the hard value ascribed to the food product.
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- Columbia University scientists use consumer trends to estimate who and how many people could be impacted by the controversial soda ban.
- Blood donors who donate regularly lower their risk of developing life-threatening illnesses.
- Market analysts have yet to discuss how many calories Wendy's new pretzel bacon cheeseburger burger contains.