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The best calorie control guide. [Infographic]

Estimating portion size and food intake just got a whole lot easier. By Brian St. Pierre Head swimming with calorie numbers and daily allowances? Trust us…there’s a better way. Try this calorie control guide. It’s practical, powerful, and proven. Trying to gain weight? Lose weight?…

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An Interesting and Educational look at GMO and GE

Are GMOs bad for your health? If you’re asking this question, you’re probably missing the point. By Helen Kollias GMOs are such a hot topic. With so many people debating pros and cons, it’s hard to know what to think. So let’s answer the question:…

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Why Calorie Counting Is Awful

(Plus a Better Way to Do Portion Control) John Berardi, Ph.D Founder, Precision Nutrition, www.precisionnutrition.com Calories do matter. But that doesn’t mean you have to count them. Try this much simpler method for controlling portion sizes. It offers less stress — and less math. Put…

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Supplement Spotlight:

 BiOmega Jr. It’s Smart, Baby! Written by Camille Fletcher  Hey USANA fans! Have you met the new kid in town? He is one smart fish! Meet the newest addition to the USANA family of products: BiOmega Jr™. For all the parents who have given up…

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33 Healthy Eating Habits Students Will Appreciate

Spoiler: Mac and cheese and ramen are involved. posted on Sept. 19, 2015, at 7:00 a.m. Caroline Kee Original Article Here BuzzFeed Staff   Jenny Chang / Via BuzzFeed In the land of dining halls, all nighters, and free pizza, it can seem almost impossible…

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Introducing USANA’s Health and Science Education Team

Written by Aaron Adams SEPTEMBER 29, 2015 USANA’s new health and science education department was created to help us all understand and master the science behind USANA’s top-quality products. And while the department may be new, the scientists on this team have plenty of experience. Between…

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Fruit and vegetables aren’t only good for a healthy body;

They protect your mind too Date: September 16, 2015 Source: BioMed Central Summary: Eating a Mediterranean diet or other healthy dietary pattern, comprising of fruit, vegetables, legumes, and nuts and low in processed meats, is associated with preventing the onset of depression, according to research….

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