Its all in the mind – But don’t believe everything you think!
SoPepsiCo brought a vending machine stocked with Quaker bars, Naked juices and reduced-fat Doritos. Unilever showcased Hellmann’s spreads and offered samples of Breyer’s ice cream. Nestle displayed bottled water, Nesquik chocolate drinks and Butterfingers candies. A Sugar Association pamphlet suggested sprinkling sugar on vegetables for picky children.urce: Nutrition Conference Conflict
There’s sugar in just about everything today, and the vast majority of it is added during food production. Shouldn’t consumers know how much is in what they buy?
Source: The crucial FDA nutrition label battle you probably don’t know about, but should – The Washington Post
Carbohydrates, cholesterol, diet – implications of health and conditions. What is the scientific take of these on health and conditions such as Diabetes, Heart Disease, Cancer and diet??
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Clinicians worldwide urge and recommend that Diabetes is a metabolic disorder , one could keep in check and still, lead a healthier life. Conversely, much sooner an individual discovers his/her diabetic status, continues to have each sinful sweet effort, delivering guilt and life pacing the heartbeat after each fasting blood glucose monitor. scary as it gets each time, lets discover the facts about this testing that could be erratic, stressful and scary, for its inaccuracy. To find out read..
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The Community Prevention Services Task Force recommends that healthcare systems and communities provide counseling and longitudinal support to individuals who are at increased risk for type 2 diabetes. some tips and full text can be found here.
Read More “Diabetes Prevention Recommendations- Risk, Fasting Glucose, Intervention, levels of glucose, physical activity, prevention”