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Anderson Nutrition Services

May 14, 2020 by

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Everything you know about healthy food is a lie

November 2, 2016 by

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In September, the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Internal Medicine publication revealed that many of Americans’ most prevalent beliefs about nutrition might be bunk. The sugar industry financed nutritional studies, released in 1967, that downplayed the sweetener’s relation to heart disease, placing the blame on saturated fats instead. Those highly influenced findings have stuck […]

Does microwaving food remove it’s nutritional value?

January 21, 2014 by

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I always think twice about using the microwave for anything besides popcorn in a paper bag or my morning coffee reheated. If I have ldinner eftovers that I need reheated, I wonder if my oven is  better or should I just zap it for the convenience. I really don’t think about nutrients. My head is always […]

The Wellness Pet Food Difference

November 19, 2013 by

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Milk it does a body good, or does it?

July 2, 2013 by

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by: Melissa Dahl Milk: Celebrities are constantly asking if you’ve got any, because, as the long-running ad campaign says, it does a body good. But a Harvard pediatrician is arguing that the current U.S. recommendation of three servings of dairy a day isn’t necessarily one-size-fits-all. For some, it may be a significant source of additional […]

Melamine and Organic

December 1, 2008 by

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I’m trying to understand the FDA’s new assessment of melamine so I can effectively pass on the information.   What I can gather, because the kidneys of infants aren’t fully developed, the FDA, has to look at other safety factors to assess melamine in infant formula, than they normally would. The FDA also says that […]