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Do Workplace Wellness Programs Work?

submitted by: admin on 11/08/2017
An article published in the January 2014 issue of Health Affairs reported on cost effectiveness of PepsiCo's workplace wellness program and reported that it had no significant value when it came to financial benefit or for cutting absenteeism, quitting smoking, or reducing weight. They went on to state that regular screening for early detection of diseases...

Fish Reduces Crime

submitted by: admin on 05/19/2024
Dr. Len and Nurse Vicki review the importance of essential fatty acids for brain function and encourage eating fish to correct the problem. They report the effects of adding fish to the diet of prisoners and encourage that we serve both prisonsers and school children more fish in their diets. Research supporting this premise is presented.

How to Get More Veggies into Kids' Meals

submitted by: admin on 09/24/2013
Kids often don't eat a healthy diet. They particularly don't get the 7+ servings of fruits and veggies they need every day. It is possible to puree these foods and slip them into other foods such as meat loaf, mac and cheese, and casseroles. This was done in public schools and the kids could not tell the difference, but they ate fewer calories and far...

Nitrates, Good or Bad?

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
Nitrates are chemicals are found in our food. Usually we think of them as being dangerous and not healthy because they turn to Nitrosamines which are carcinogenic.  Usually this occurs when food is cooked at higher temperatures, or when it is barbequed. Many meat products contain nitrates as a preservative.  Meats such as bacon, hot dogs, sausages,...

Revising School Nutrition Standards

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
Eighty percent of a survey in the US showed that we need better food standards to reduce calories, fat and sodium and encourage fruits, vegetables, and low fat dairy. There is some value to this, but there's more. Sugar and high fructose corn syrup should be very limited and certain fats need to be in our diets. Because there are vending machines with fast...

Smarter Lunchrooms Improve Nutrition

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  The USDA in January of 2013 passed regulations designed to make school lunches more nutritious by requiring they increase whole grains and make students select either a fruit or vegetable with their purchased lunch. A study published in the February 2013 Journal of Pediatrics reported that this could be done within 3 hours and for a cost of $50...

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