The Role of Sleep in Health: Why Everyone Should Make Sleep a Priority | Food & Nutrition Magazine | Volume 9, Issue 2
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The Role of Sleep in Health

Along with food, water and oxygen, people cannot live without sleep. Yet, one in three Americans reports not getting enough sleep, contributing to what the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has called an epidemic.

Thrive: Saving for Retirement | Food & Nutrition Magazine | Volume 9, Issue 2
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Thrive: Saving for Retirement

It’s hard to imagine retirement when financial news headlines seem to be reporting dire projections — from a rapidly depleting social security fund and downward mobility of the retired middle class to story after story of older workers unable to retire because they need money.

Clearing the Air | Food & Nutrition Magazine | Volume 9, Issue 1
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Clearing the Air

The declassification of industrial hemp as a Schedule I drug hasn’t lessened legal complications but has created a surge in cannabidiol products and associated health claims.

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Micronutrients: Zinc

Determined to be an essential nutrient for humans in 1963, zinc is an antioxidant and trace mineral that we need to consume daily, since our bodies cannot store it. Zinc primarily is involved in supporting

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Micronutrients: Selenium

Essential to many of the body’s regulatory and metabolic functions, selenium is part of at least 25 proteins called selenoproteins, many of which are oxidant defense enzymes. Roles in health Selenium is involved in reproduction,

Growth of Discount Grocers
July-August 2017

Growth of Discount Grocers

Successful global giants in the grocery market, including the European companies ALDI and Lidl, continue to emerge in America, bringing with them lower prices, more jobs and stiff competition. While it may seem like a

Humectants and Anticaking Agents
July-August 2017

Humectants and Anticaking Agents

Processed foods that sit on supermarket shelves for a while would deteriorate if certain food additives were not included. Humectants and anticaking agents contribute to consumer expectations for quality and performance of favorite foods if certain