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Published October 16, 2014
Mediterranean diets did not appear to have an effect on the number of new cases of metabolic syndrome. Read More »
The Low-FODMAP Diet
By Diana Cowland, Senior Analyst, Health & Wellness, Euromonitor International
Published September 2, 2014
Could it rival gluten-free or lactose-free foods? Read More »
Mediterranean Diet: More Than Just a Sum of its Parts
By Simone Baroke, Contributing Analyst, Euromonitor International
Published July 10, 2014
New research gives boost to olive oil and vegetables with high nitrogen content. Read More »
Nutrition Bars Inspired by the Mediterranean Diet
Published June 27, 2014
Mediterra, New York, NY has developed a line of nutrition bars inspired by the Mediterranean Diet featuring six new flavors.   Featuring various fruits, vegetables and grains, the Mediterra bars provide different snacking options for throughout… Read More »
Published June 11, 2014
FODMAP foods tap into the “free-from” food market trend while targeting improved digestive health. Read More »
U.S. Consumers Seek Protein for a Healthy Diet
Published March 20, 2014
More than half of U.S. adults say they want more protein in their diet, with 78% stating that protein contributes to a healthy diet. Read More »
Published January 7, 2014
An expert panel of nutrition and health professionals chose the DASH diet as the best diet overall. Read More »
Published January 3, 2013
Mintel report suggests sales within the diet and weight loss category have lost momentum. Read More »
Dietary Improvements Made Simple
By Joanna Cosgrove
Published October 6, 2011
The Organic Center outlines modest diet substitutions that boost nutrition and improve health. Read More »
Published August 26, 2011
A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) indicates consumption of plant sterols, soy protein, viscous fibers and nuts may lower bad (LDL) cholesterol more effectively than low saturated fat foods. Read More »
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