Nutrition

Huntsville City Schools Child Nutrition Program Managers begging for staffing help

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Some Huntsville City Schools employees say they are just plain fed up and are threatening to even walk off the job. They say they’re being overworked for too little pay and took those concerns directly to district leadership.

Child Nutrition Program Managers with Huntsville City Schools say the pandemic is not to blame here because they’ve been promised more help is on the way for years. They say school leaders don’t understand how important their jobs truly are.

”We all just want to be equal in this. Treat us like we are equal and not in

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6 Radish Nutrition and Health Benefits

6 Radish Nutrition and Health Benefits | Real Simple

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Former Broncos nutrition guru says get vaccinated as he endures long hospital stay because of COVID-19

Former Broncos fitness and nutrition guru Bill Phillips’ message for Coloradans is to the point: Get vaccinated against COVID-19.

“If it could happen to me, it could happen to anybody,” said Phillips, who worked as the performance nutrition and supplementation expert for the Denver Broncos in the late 1990s during their Super Bowl championships and is the author of Body-for-LIFE.

“It’s not a political issue,” he added. “It’s a public health issue.”

A little more than two weeks ago, the 56-year-old was in a medically induced coma and hooked up to a ventilator to help him to breathe because

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Science-Backed Benefits of Prickly Pear Cactus

Prickly pear, a type of edible cactus fruit, is a sweet and delicious food that may have health benefits.

It has long been used in Mexican cuisine, and it’s growing in popularity in the American Southwest and beyond. Many parts of the plant are edible, and prickly pear fruit is used in cocktails, juices, jams, and other dishes.

In addition to its culinary uses, prickly pear has an impressive nutritional profile and may help promote health and protect against certain diseases.

This article explores prickly pear’s nutrition, possible benefits and downsides, and ways to prepare it.

Prickly pear, scientifically known

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The Poop About Your Gut Health and Personalized Nutrition

Changing your diet to improve your health is nothing new—people with diabetes, obesity, Crohn’s disease, celiac disease, food allergies, and a host of other conditions have long done so as part of their treatment. But new and sophisticated knowledge about biochemistry, nutrition, and artificial intelligence has given people more tools to figure out what to eat for good health, leading to a boom in the field of personalized nutrition.

Personalized nutrition, often used interchangeably with the terms precision nutrition or individualized nutrition is an emerging branch of science that uses machine learning and “omics” technologies (genomics

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Nutrition, Benefits, Recipe, and More

Collard greens are loose leaf greens. Like kale, they belong to the cruciferous family.

Unlike kale’s curly, narrow leaves, collard greens’ leaves are large, smooth, and flat.

This versatile vegetable is rich in many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, and eating it regularly might reduce your risk of developing certain diseases.

This article reviews all you need to know about collard greens, including their nutrition, benefits, downsides, and how to serve them.

Despite their low calorie count, collard greens contain many important nutrients.

Just 2 cups (72 grams) of raw collard greens provide (1):

  • Calories: 24
  • Carbs: 4 grams
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Nutrition and Diet | MUSC

Introduction

Food and nutrition play a crucial role in health promotion and chronic disease prevention. Healthy eating patterns (along with regular physical activity) can help people achieve and maintain good health.

Below are a few resources to assist in finding the healthiest eating patterns that work for you.

Build a Healthy Eating Style with help from the USDA’s MyPlate series of resources.

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Evaluate Your Nutrition and Diet Habits – Complete Survey for a Chance to Win a MUSC Promotional Prize 

Share your story with us on what you already do that contributes to your nutritional well-being and

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Reducing post-harvest loss and waste; crucial to ensuring food and nutrition security in the IGAD region – Djibouti

IGAD’s Ministers for agriculture endorsed a new strategy on post-harvest loss management

12 August 2021, Addis Ababa – The IGAD post-harvest loss management (PHLM) strategy was endorsed at a virtual ministerial meeting organized by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) on 12 August 2021 with the technical support of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

The PHLM strategy will guide future interventions and activities aimed at reducing food loss and waste towards improving nutrition and food security in the IGAD region. It will contribute to meeting PHL reduction targets under the third commitment of the Malabo

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Do funding sources influence nutrition research?

Nutrition research increases our understanding of health and guides the development of public health policies and recommendations, such as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. However, conflict of interests occurs when some industries fund studies in what appears to be a marketing ploy. This Honest Nutrition feature addresses these controversies and offers potential solutions.

Research is the collection of information and facts through the investigation or examination of a topic of interest.

New research into nutrition and dietetics plays a vital role in deepening our understanding of health, disease prevention, and disease management.

For instance, nutrition and dietary patterns have links

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