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Healthy aging through nutrition. Based on news related to healthy aging that talks about food, beverages, supplements, and its ingredients. Information is also available about suppliers of ingredients to these products
Healthy aging through nutrition. Based on news related to healthy aging that talks about food, beverages, supplements, and its ingredients. Information is also available about suppliers of ingredients to these products

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Plant-based nutrition study results in weight loss, metabolic health boosts, and energy gains - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2o0sYA4 - Joanne Evans, M.Ed., R.N., P.M.H.C.N.S.-B.C., provided a presentation to colleagues at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., about the health benefits of adopting a plant-based vegan diet and soon had 19 nurses eager to test out the science firsthand.
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Vitamin E, selenium supplements did not prevent dementia - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2mlLVko - Antioxidant supplements vitamin E and selenium – taken alone or in combination – did not prevent dementia in asymptomatic older men, according to a study published online by JAMA Neurology.

Antioxidants as potential treatment for cognitive impairment or dementia have been of interest for years because oxidative stress has been implicated as a dementia pathway.
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Hidden salt: how everyday foods harm you - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2mIH6Np - It’s in your bread. Your cheese. Your soup. It’s everywhere, and it could be killing you. What is it? Salt.

That’s why, in observation of World Salt Awareness Week (March 20–26, 2017), the American Academy of Family Physicians is spreading the word and offering resources to help consumers lower their daily intake of “hidden” salt in the foods they eat
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Scientists are gauging how #mood influences eating habits - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2nDD3qS #diet - Many of us lie or can’t remember what we ate when asked to reveal our eating habits, and that makes it difficult for doctors and researchers to guide us toward better diets and behaviors. But what if there was a way for them to monitor us?
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Reinventing taste of condiments - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2m19ejy #cleanlabel - The 78 Brand Co. is celebrating its fourth year of business with the launch of two new products in the condiments aisle.

Famous for its all natural tomato ketchup, which contains 78 percent tomatoes, the company has now entered the all-natural mustard market. In addition to its 78 Red Ketchup and 78 Red Spicy Ketchup the company now offers 78 Yellow Mustard and 78 Yellow Spicy Mustard.
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Cooking at home tonight? It's likely cheaper and healthier - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2mK27ZO #healthyeating - Researchers from the University of Washington School of Public Health have been peeking into kitchens – via interviews – for years now. They’ve just published results showing people who cook at home more often are likely to eat a healthier overall diet
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Veggies each day keeps the stress blues away - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2no41SX #healthyeating - Published in the British Medical Journal Open, the longitudinal study of more than 60,000 Australians aged 45 years and above measured participants fruit and vegetable consumption, lifestyle factors and psychological distress at two-time points, 2006-08 and 2010.
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Re-evaluation of glycerol (E 422) - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2mtbKdG -Following a request from the European Commission, the EFSA Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food (ANS) was asked to re-evaluate the safety of glycerol (E 422) when used as a food additive.
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'Low-content' nutritional claims on packaged goods misleading for consumers - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2m18Zoo - No fat, no sugar, no salt? What does it mean? Today, supermarket shelves are filled with products that make a variety of claims related to their perceived health benefits. As many Americans try to make better food choices, companies have been quick to adopt packaging that makes “low-content” nutrient claims such as “low-fat” or “low-sodium.” Because there is no uniformity to what these statements mean, consumers are often left confused and ill-informed.
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Re-evaluation of soybean hemicellulose (E 426) - IngredientsWizard on #HealthyAging http://bit.ly/2moTenl - Following a request from the European Commission (EC), the Panel on Food Additives and Nutrient Sources added to Food (ANS) was asked to deliver a scientific opinion re-evaluating the safety of soybean hemicellulose (E 426) when used as a food additive.
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