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Vitamin B12: Are You Getting Enough?

By On October 9, 2015

Vitamin B12 is required for the proper function and development of the brain, nerves, blood cells, and many other parts of the body. It can be found in foods such as meat,… Read More

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Nutrition

Whole Grains Support Health, a Balanced Diet, and Weight Management

By On September 30, 2015

When your diet is in need of help, turning to the latest fad diet to help manage your weight is last thing you should do. … Read More

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Nutrition

Are Super Foods Real or a Marketing Tactic?

By On March 24, 2015

Although it may seem difficult to get the recommended amount, are there certain foods that provide an extra boost of nutrition and health benefits when we fail to consume enough fruit and… Read More

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Health Care Marketing

Star Power May Be the Answer to Giving Produce the Spotlight It Deserves

By On March 4, 2015

When it comes to food marketing, ads for energy drinks, breakfast cereals, and fast foods can be spotted all over the place, while produce ads are scarcely seen. That is until now.… Read More

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HealthComU Twitter Chat with Eat Simply’s Ayla Withee

By On February 17, 2015

HealthComU Twitter Chat with Eat Simply’s Ayla Withee on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 8:30 p.m. (EDT)… Read More

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Blending Versus Juicing: Which One is Better for You?

By On January 21, 2015

Some of you might result to juicing or opting for a liquid diet to get rid of some extra holiday pounds. But what does a juice cleanse do to your body?… Read More

Macronutrients
Nutrition

Macronutrients: An Essential Part of Every Diet

By On November 22, 2014

We have been told time and time again that it’s important to maintain a balanced diet. And an important part of any balanced diet is maintaining an appropriate intake of macronutrients better… Read More

Olive Oil
Nutrition

Are We Talking About the Right Fats?

By On August 21, 2014

For decades, health professionals have been advising the public to eat less “bad fat” (saturated and trans fats) and more “good fat” (unsaturated fats), but should the message be that simple? More… Read More

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Childhood Obesity

The Health Communication Balancing Act: Crafting Messages that Motivate not Berate

By On June 23, 2014

In my day job, I have been working on an interesting project that has presented a complicated problem: how to “market” a clinical study for an investigational medication for type 2 diabetes.… Read More

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Hidden Added Sugars

Hidden Sugars Pose Significant Health Risks

By On June 2, 2014

As a whole, Americans are eating too much sugar in their diets. On average, adults consume 22 teaspoons of sugar a day and teenagers are consuming 34 teaspoons. This adds up to… Read More