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The Truth About Dietary Fat

The latest headlines have been heralding a return to full-fat eating. Not so fast, says one preventive medicine specialist. Read this before you reach for the bacon. Is dietary fat good or bad for us? Is saturated fat harmful to the heart? There’s no bite-size answer to…

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The Paleo problem:

Examining the pros and cons of the Paleo Diet. By Brian St. Pierre Original Article :  http://www.precisionnutrition.com/cmd.php?af=1588599&u=www.precisionnutrition.com/paleo-diet  Unless you’ve been living in an actual cave, you’ve probably heard all about the Paleo – or “caveman” – diet.  Maybe you’ve even tried it. A little meat here, some…

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@USANAinc Tackles Canadian Football League, Fortifying #Health of #Roughriders Tyron Brackenridge and Terrell Maze

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Football season is underway and USANA Health Sciences is rushing to welcome Canadian Football League defensive athletes and 2013 Grey Cup champions, Tyron Brackenridge and Terrell Maze of the Saskatchewan Roughriders to Team USANA, as its newest Brand Ambassadors. The CFL duo joins more than 700 professional and Olympic athletes worldwide who receive…

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Your Brain on Exercise

An Infographic Source: Fix.com

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It’s Time to Put an End to Junk Food Fundraising

Fundraising by selling illness isn’t in anyone’s best interest. Have you ever bought a baked good in the name of Charity? Last Thursday was Dairy Queen’s Miracle Treat Day – the day when $1 for every Blizzard sold goes to support the children’s hospitals who…

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Surviving USANA Reset

Guest Post by: Morgan As of Wednesday August 13th, I’ve completed the five day USANA Reset programme, and have entered the Transform phase. After years of health success and relapse, achievement and rock-bottom failure, I believe I’ve finally found something that works for me. As…

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Eating when you’re sick:

Should you feed a cold? Or starve a fever? By Ryan Andrews & Brian St. Pierre Feed a cold and starve a fever, goes the old saying. But should you do either? Nutrition expert Brian St. Pierre examines the evidence. He also shares some guidelines…

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What’s Your Number (of fruit & veg)?

The food industry grapples with how to get Canadians to put more fruit and vegetables on their plates August 8, 2014 Food in Canada Serving Canada’s Food & Beverage Processing Industry Since 1940. By Rebecca Harris Everyone knows mom was right: fruits and vegetables are…

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