Provisions of the current school meal standards will be rolled back. Current sodium levels will be retained and whole grains will not be required in school lunches with discretion to include them being relegated to local school districts.
The latest research reveals that including fruits and vegetables in a woman’s diet lowers the risk of psychological stress, most especially for middle-aged adults.
To improve one’s health and prevent diseases, a growing number of families are willing to pay extra for fruit and vegetables as a move towards a healthier lifestyle.
A freshly rolled out dietary guidelines jointly authored by the US Health and US Agriculture Departments advised Americans to cut back their consumption of added sugar, salt, and cholesterol-laden foods and instead shift to healthier diets composed of more fruits and vegetables
Eating brightly colored fruits and vegetables can cut down the risk of developing a nerve disease called Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) that leads to muscle weakness and in some cases, paralysis.
Children are more inclined towards junk food and it is difficult to assure they are reaching The World Health Organization recommended five portions intake of fruits and vegetables every day. A new research suggests that parents may want to consider regular family meals round a table in order to boosts fruit and vegetable intake in children. It is known that regular intake of fruits and vegetables promotes good health and staves off serious disease and obesity in later life.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.