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Eating fast food linked to significantly higher phthalate levels

If the fat, salt and calories in fast food weren't enough, how about a mouthful of phthalates? A study from the Milken Institute School of Public Health ...

VIDEO: Should children learn about infertility?

Victoria Derbyshire speaks to a panel of guests about a project to teach teenagers about the issue of infertility.

Eatwell Guide is updated April 14, 2016

Guidelines which lay out the ideal healthy diet have been updated to include more starchy carbohydrates. Public Health England's Eatwell Guide is a ...

5 diet dos and dont's during breastfeeding

So if a mother maintains a healthy diet, the same nutrients will be passed on to the baby. However, if the mother's diet is lower in nutrients, the body ...

Fast Food Eaters Have Higher Levels Of Hormone-Disrupting Phthalates

The human health effects are not yet fully understood but they are being studied by many government agencies such as the U.S. Food and Drug ...

Dieting for one year can help you stay in shape for much longer, study suggests

Previous research has found the body reacts to diets with a surge in ... Health experts have created a new online tool which can predict a person's risk ...

Mars Food Launches Global Health And Wellbeing Ambition To Provide Consumers With More ...

BRUSSELS, April 14, 2016 /CNW/ -- Mars Food today announced a new global Health and Wellbeing Ambition to create and promote healthier food ...



Fast food may expose consumers to higher levels of harmful chemicals,
1. Fast food may expose consumers to higher levels of harmful chemicals, . 2. Bees diversify diet to take the sting out of nutritional deficiencies. 3. Nutritional strategies to ease anxiety. more ... ...











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