Autism Nutrition | Foodfacts.com
GFCF Diet for children with autism
Digestive health is of primary importance in autism. Common digestive symptoms have further been linked to behavioral changes in autistic individuals. Foods are a common cause of both digestive complaints and behavioral issues. Two major food components shown to play a part in autism are gluten (from grains) and casein (from dairy). (more…)
Grocery Items | Foodfacts.com
These days, it feels like you need a master’s degree in label reading whenever you are shopping at the grocery store. Every product seems to tout that it’s “organic,” “whole grain,” “sustainable,” “trans-fat free” or “all natural.” (more…)
FDA Initiative to Improve Food Safety | Foodfacts.com
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is looking at what food safety practices it needs to improve upon based on findings from a 10-year study. (more…)
Understanding Portion Sizes | Foodfacts.com
Foodfacts.com wonders: have you thought recently about what healthy portion sizes are? Taking it one step further, how many of us really know what a portion size is? Many of us tend to underestimate the amount of food we eat and, as a result, we frequently overestimate the recommended portion sizes for many foods. (more…)
- Donald McEwen, a type II diabetic, checks his blood sugar at his Westlake, Ohio office in March 2008. A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report says cases of the disease are projected to double, possibly even triple, by 2050.
Diabetes may affect as many as 1 in 3 Americans by 2050.
Foodfacts.com has learned that the future of diabetes in America looks bleak, according to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, with cases projected to double, even triple, by 2050. (more…)