Local Nutrition Club, Home Interiors Store Celebrate Ribbon Cuttings

For nearly a decade, Suite B at 806 NE Waldo Road sat unrented. Now, it’s home to Boss Moves Nutrition, which celebrated with a ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon. Owner Shaques McMillian’s eyes filled with tears as she placed her hands through the giant scissors and cut the red ribbon.

“The goal for this location is to impact the community,” McMillian said about her nutrition club’s first storefront location. “I want to change people’s lives all the way around and beyond their wildest dreams.”

The ceremony was made possible by the Greater Gainesville Chamber. The business advocacy group hosted two ribbon

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3 Functional Nutrition Practices To Support Your Gut Microbiome

Ensuring a vibrant, healthy gut microbiome starts with giving your body the best sources and variety of nutrients it requires. This includes eating fermented foods, taking a probiotic (like mbg’s probiotic+ supplement), and including high-fiber vegetables, healthy fats, and lean protein in your diet.*

By making strategic lifestyle and dietary changes, you can positively support the microbes in your gut, and gift your body a much-needed wellness foundation moving onward.*

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Nutrition Startup Teatis Closes $1 mln Seed Funding Round

Teatis, a nutrition startup based in New York, has closed a $1 million seed funding round to continue offering its superfood powders to diabetics consumers. The funding round was co-led by Genesia Ventures, Ryo Ishizuka, and Takuya Noguchi, counting with participation from other seven angel investors.

The startup was founded by serial entrepreneur Hiroshi Takatoh to provide diabetic customers with sugar-blocking teas. The new funds will help the startup boost its production and marketing efforts, allowing it to reach more than 122 million diabetics and pre-diabetics patients in the United States. Hiroshi Takatoh, founder and CEO of Teatis, referred to

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Surprising Side Effects of Eating Yogurt, Says Science

Yogurt is a refrigerator staple because it’s so versatile. Whether you like to add a scoop to granola, pair it with fruit, or prefer to go the savory route with a dollop as a sour cream substitute, there are so many types and flavors to create so many dishes. (That’s even the case with non-dairy options!)

While most of us are aware of the fun ways you can use yogurt in recipes, we may not be as familiar with how yogurt can affect us from a health and nutrition level. To that point, eating yogurt can actually have both positive

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5 Self-Care Practices, From A Functional Nutrition Coach

As a busy mindbodygreen functional nutrition coach, I now recognize that bringing my best, thriving self forward for my clients requires intentional choices that holistically serve my soul, mind, emotion, and body. Therefore, engaging in healthy strategies that further enhance resilience, function, and overall vitality is critical to my everyday sense of wholeness and inner balance.

Whether you are an always-on-the-go coach looking to kick off your self-care routine, fill up your emotional tank, or infuse your life with a little more serenity, I have rounded up a few strategies to help make yourself a priority. Just remember, because self-care

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List, nutrition, benefits, and more

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a nutritious diet. They contain vitamins, minerals, fiber, and other nutrients.

Although they both make up the basis of a nutritious diet, fruits and vegetables have classifications based on their botanical structure. The fruits people eat are the seed-bearing structure in flowering plants, while vegetables consist of edible plant stems, leaves, and other plant components.

The Department of Agriculture recommends adults consume 1.5 to 2.5 cups of fruit per day.

In addition to fruit, they should aim to eat 2 to 4 cups of vegetables. These recommendations vary depending on a

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How 3D printing is revolutionising health and nutrition innovation

As CEO and founder of the startup Nourished, launched in 2019, Melissa Snover uses 3D printing tech to create gummy supplements specifically made for customers based on their responses to an online questionnaire.

In a preview to the talk she will give at the summit, Snover describes how the use of technology removes huge barriers to innovation.

“92% of all new product launches fail, so the chances of getting a product to market that works is tiny and this huge risk is clearly a massive barrier to innovation.

“By using 3D technology we can respond to new trends, global

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How Rob Gronkowski is using blockchain for nutrition, sports medicine on demand

Athletes like Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski are using blockchain to step up their nutrition game. 

The NFL star will break a sweat on Saturday in a livestreamed demo from Tampa, Florida, where his health data will be tracked in real time and recorded on the blockchain Beyond Protocol, an unhackable service that will store the athlete’s biometric data and match it with optimal nutrition and supplements. 

Athletes like Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski are using blockchain to step up their nutrition game. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

A personalized food order, vitamins and supplements

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We Found The Cereals That Kids, Parents And Nutrition Experts Agree On

Even if you weren’t much of a cereal person before becoming a parent, having kids inevitably changes your relationship to that aisle of the grocery store.

We talked to parents for tips on navigating the slippery slope to the cereal bowl, and then we checked in with nutritionists for recommendations. The ideas might reduce a few morning tantrums, but if you make them wear that sweater with the itchy label, then you’re on your own.

Advice from nutritionists

If you’re seeking a cereal you can feel good about serving, put on your reading glasses and start reading labels. “Sugar in

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Herbalife Nutrition to Present New Nutrition Industry Testing Methods and Technologies at AOAC (Association of Official Agricultural Chemists) International’s Annual Meeting

Company to Participate in One Roundtable Discussion, Co-Chair Three Scientific Sessions and Present 16 Scientific Posters

LOS ANGELES, August 26, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Herbalife Nutrition today announced that experts from its staff of over 300 scientists will present emerging research to scientific and regulatory attendees at the AOAC (Association of Official Agricultural Chemists) International Annual Meeting taking place August 27-September 2, 2021. Presentations will include new testing methods, botanical DNA identification technology, and advancements in ingredient testing.

“Our presence at this annual event for the last six years and speaking to the latest in advancements and testing is a

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