The phenomenon known as “imposter syndrome” can stunt career growth, cause individuals to pass up new and exciting opportunities, cultivate incessant self-doubt and create burnout or dissatisfaction in the workplace.
If you are diagnosed with an illness or have an accident, financial planning is the last thing you want to deal with (or make your family or loved ones deal with) when all energy should be focused on recovery and health — or love, connection or loss.
Restaurants that have modified dining options to offer takeout and delivery have had to make packaging decisions quickly, taking into consideration factors such as cost, the integrity and performance of the packaging and the food in transit, and the environmental impact.
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.
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.
From inspirational keynote sessions to hot topics and networking events galore, everything you know and love about the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo is included in this year’s program — plus these amazing new additions!
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
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,
As the American population ages, the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease also continues to rise. While researchers continue to study Alzheimer’s, studies suggest diet may play a role in its prevention or delayed onset. Alzheimer’s, which
In its most mild and transient form, it can be an uncomfortable nuisance, but severe or chronic diarrhea lasting two weeks or more can be dangerous, leading to dehydration, malabsorption and nutrient deficiencies.
Billed as a set of techniques that promise more precision, flexibility and efficiency, these new breeding technologies are fast-replacing the biotechnology used to create the first genetically engineered crops.
Emulsifiers made from plant, animal and synthetic sources commonly are added to processed foods such as mayonnaise, ice cream and baked goods to create a smooth texture, prevent separation and extend shelf life.