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July 2008 Mayo Clinic Health Letter Highlights Bone Health, Causes of Swelling and Slimmed-Down Desserts

ROCHESTER, Minn., July 14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Here are highlights from the July issue of Mayo Clinic Health Letter. You may cite this publication as often as you wish. Reprinting is allowed for a fee. Mayo Clinic Health Letter attribution is required. Include the following subscription ...

Amul to Launch Sugar Free Desserts

India’s middle-aged generation is waking up to alarming facts; we are the ‘diabetes capital’ of the world with a population of 37 million diabetics. Small wonder that dessert manufacturers like ice cream makers,// are finding themselves at the edge of a desert with people beginning to put the b...

Smart Choices Program helps shoppers identify food and beverage choices

...eat about the Smart Choices Program compared to other types of programs or systems is that it takes everything from fruits and vegetables to meals and desserts into consideration, which is critical to building healthy habits for the long-term." Nutrition Criteria To display the Smart Choices Program ...

YoCream Announces the First Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt With Beneficial Probiotics Clinically Proven to Strengthen the Digestive System.

...ernational, Inc. (YOCM), with headquarters and a dairy and manufacturing facility in Portland, OR, is a pioneer and leading producer of frozen yogurt, desserts and beverages. Founded in 1977, YoCream produces, markets and sells its signature frozen yogurt, tart frozen yogurt, ice cream and frozen custard mixe...

New Website with a Revolutionary Approach to Diabetes and Many Diabetes Resources Launched

...site include simple dinner, breakfast and snack recipes that are easy to make and fun to prepare. There is also a complete section on snacks and yummy desserts that are as good as traditional foods. Noteworthy recipes on the website include baked salmon, low calorie recipes, special meals for those on diabete...

Trusted Translations Launches "Translation for St. Jude" Initiative at St. Jude Gala in New York

...aire Daniel Boulud, along with some of the most intricate wine, chocolate and cheese pairings ever assembled in one room. This sweet night of Dancing, desserts and Dreams is being held to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, one of the world's premier pediatric cancer research centers. "Tra...

Celebrities to Highlight at St. Jude's Inaugural Wine and Chocolate Gala

...f extraordinaire, Daniel Boulud along with some of the most intricate wine, chocolate and cheese pairings ever assembled. This sweet night of Dancing, desserts and Dreams is being held to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, one of the world's premier pediatric cancer research centers. (Photo:...

Cherrybrook Kitchen Announces New Partnership With Arthur

... Mix Featuring Arthur and Friends BURLINGTON, Mass. , April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Cherrybrook Kitchen, the brand known for allergy-friendly desserts and snacks, is pleased to announce their new partnership with Arthur, the award-winning PBS character whose TV show entertains kids while providing in...

Cook Yourself Thin With Lifetime Television as All-New Culinary Series Teaches Viewers How to Prepare Skinny Alternatives to Their Favorite Foods

... CAST Food writer and cookbook author Harry Eastwood is an expert baker. She prides herself on being able to cut the calorie count of delicious desserts by substituting healthy alternatives for the high fat ingredients typically found in baked goods. Eastwood starred in the British version of the seri...

During February's Valentine's Promotion EyeCare America Offers No-Cost Medical Eye Care to Qualified Seniors

...lfilling and active lives." As part of this national campaign, celebrity chefs from around the country have contributed delicious eye-healthy desserts for two that are perfect accompaniment to any romantic Valentine's Day dinner. All recipes are made with foods filled with eye healthy vitamins and a...
Desserts in Biological News

Highlights from the May 2008 Journal of the American Dietetic Association

...r below the recommendation that half or more of all servings come from whole grains. Sweetened carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, grain-based desserts such as cakes, cookies, donuts and pies, non-skim dairy products and fatty meats were identified as contributing the most to high-energy-dense foods. ...

You're likely to order more calories at a 'healthy' restaurant

...ralize healthy claims. In fact, consumers chose beverages, side dishes, and desserts containing up to 131% more calories when the main dish was positioned as he...s calorie underestimation" Consumers then chose beverages, side dishes, and desserts containing up to 131% more calories when the main course was positioned as ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly Press Pac

...s and other animals. Gelatin derived from collagen is a jelly-like substance used in a wide array of food products, ranging from ice cream and gelatin desserts to vitamin capsules, cosmetics and absorbable surgical sponges. To get the collagen, manufactures process the bones, hooves and tissues of cows and pi...

'Western' diet linked to increased risk of colon cancer recurrence

... BOSTONColon cancer patients who eat a diet high in red meat, fatty products, refined grains, and desserts a so-called Western diet may be increasing their chance of disease relapse and early death, report researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. T...
Desserts in Biological Technology

SENOMYX AND FIRMENICH TO COLLABORATE ON COMMERCIALIZATION OF S2383, A NOVEL ENHANCER OF THE HIGH-INTENSITY SWEETENER SUCRALOSE

...tomer relationships may facilitate market acceptance for the use of this new flavor ingredient in beverages, dairy products, baked goods, snack foods, desserts and oral care products. It is noteworthy that Firmenich is well-established in both food and non-food consumer markets, and their broad rights will al...

Statement of International Dairy Foods Association President and CEO Connie Tipton

... large multi-national organizations to single-plant companies. Together they represent more than 85% of the milk, cultured products, cheese and frozen desserts produced and marketed in the United States. IDFA can be found online at http://www.idfa.org . ...
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