2008 July 15 Healthtorial

2008  July  15  Healthtorial

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The phrase, “international salt talks” takes on a whole new meaning as ingredients-savvy consumers worldwide demand healthy salt in their diets. Throughout history, the world’s populations have had a hearty interest in salt—sometimes financial, sometimes as a trade commodity, sometimes religious, sometimes medicinal—but always as a flavor-enhancing ingredient in foods, and as a component of health.

General Mills Helps Kids Eat Healthy and Stay Fit

The General Mills Champions for Healthy Kids Program recently awarded a half-million dollars in grants to 50 community-based organizations across the U.S. with unique programs focused on youth nutrition and fitness.

Could Your Morning Starbucks Run Become Healthy?

Considering how important the Starbucks stock has been to the investment community, I thought everyone should know that they are now branching out into the health beverage sector of the market. Starbucks is raising the bar on good nutrition with the introduction of Vivanno Nourishing Blends, which are available Tuesday, July 15 at Starbucks stores across the U.S. and Canada. Developed with a strong nutritional goal in mind, the Orange Mango Banana and Banana Chocolate flavored beverages provide at least one serving of fruit, 16 grams of protein, and 5 grams of fiber with 270 calories or less and no artificial colors, artificial sweeteners or high fructose corn syrup (nutrition based on 16 fluid ounces).

Labor Agency and Migrant Education Program Partner to Prevent Heat Illness in Agricultural Industry

Olympic Swimmer Takes on New Competition

Employees Lose Over 500 Lbs in Challenge

What’s in your refrigerator may save a life…

Almost 50% of Americans Exposed to Second-Hand Smoke

Young Adults with Prehypertension Are More Likely to Have Coronary Artery Calcium and Atherosclerosis Later in Life

turbovetCure for the Common WaterSurvey Reveals 52 Percent of Americans Would Rather be Dead Than DisabledRobotics and Implants for Minimally Invasive Surgery AlternativeCould Your Morning Starbucks Run Become Healthy?International Guidelines Will Promote Food Safety of Plant and Animal Biotech ProductsStop Diabetes BEFORE it StartsHollywoods War on Smoking ContinuesWhat’s in your refrigerator may save a life…New Findings with SaltAlmost 50% of Americans Exposed to Second-Hand Smoke