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Monthly Archives: May 2009

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Best-known for her controversial opinions on “The View,” Elisabeth Hasselbeck has revealed a decade-long struggle with celiac disease in her candid new book, “The G Free Diet.” The 31-year-old talk show co-host spares no blushes about the digestive ailment that … Continue reading

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Food Facts is ready to be your healthy eating guide. You’ll receive nutrition facts, health food recipes and benefit from the power of an involved, informed community. Isn’t it time to find out everything you can eat and about all … Continue reading

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Sulfites are commonly used in the processing and storage of various foods and drinks. In the U.S., they were finally banned for use on produce in 1986. At that time the FDA also required other beverages containing sulfites, such as … Continue reading

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Helpful information was discovered recently on the differences between food allergy and food intolerance. Most people use these two terms interchangeably, probably because they use the same method of prevention of the appearance of symptoms — staying away from the … Continue reading

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(Editor’s Note: We believe it is important to bring these facts to your attention, though some statements and opinions made by researchers are, at times, admittedly inconclusive. FoodFacts urges consumers to be aware of all additives and food colorings that … Continue reading

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A single high-fat fast-food meal can cause an increase in blood pressure, according to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition.

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It looks like some corporate crisis public relations is needed right now for the wildly popular Red Bull energy drink. According to news reports, including the Associated Press, six German states have told retailers to stop selling Red Bull Cola … Continue reading

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You care about buying food that’s good for you — but how trustworthy are the labels you rely on in making your grocery-shopping decisions? To learn a little more what’s really behind the labels “organic,” “natural” and “whole grain,” read … Continue reading

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Reducing childhood obesity may have yet another benefit: lowering the incidence of food allergies. Researchers studying more than 4,000 children ages 2 to 19 enrolled in a larger survey of childhood health found a significant association of overweight and obesity … Continue reading

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