Frequency of Meals and Weight Loss

A study by researchers from the Loma Linda University School of Public Health and the Czech Republic has found that the timing and frequency of meals play a role in predicting weight loss or gain. Using information gleaned from more than 50,000 participants in the...

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If you need 5 good reasons to eat more fruit – here’s a winner’s list. They are nutrient rich Fruit is always high in vitamin C, and if it’s watermelon you also get a good supply of carotenoids, or a banana for potassium, and berries for lots of fiber too. All fruit...

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Gardening for Health

You may have heard that a little bit of dirt never hurt anyone, but now a recent study by Michigan State University gives evidence that spending a few hours a week digging in the dirt can help reduce stress and create a mental clarity while also helping to prevent...

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Natural Flavors

The words “natural flavor,” or some slight variation is used more often today, and especially with many food products that we used to take for granted was nutritious. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), whose job is to protect the public health by assuring the...

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Thanks!

From a satisfied customer: "I want to thank you for the speedy service your company provided to us. We were able to use the banners for our 6th annual Let's Move Day. Many Thanks." Delma

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Expo at the US Capitol

A few weeks ago Hartland Institute obtained a special permit and do health expo screening at the US Capitol building parking lot.  Numerous Congressional staff assistants went through the screening and expressed appreciation for the...

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Sugar in Food vs. Substitutes

Sugar in Food vs Sugar Substitutes Michael F. Jacobson • January 1, 2015 What are sugar substitutes? Sugar substitutes are sweet substances or products that have no calories or far fewer calories than regular sugar (sucrose). Some are artificial, and some are derived...

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