Monthly Archives: August 2011

To Salt or Not to Salt?

Salt is getting a lot of press these days.  The 2010 Dietary Guidelines urged Americans to limit salt consumption to a teaspoon per day, and recommended lower intakes for those who have hypertension, are older than 50 or are African … Continue reading

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Warm lunches don’t make the grade

As summer day camps are in full swing and back-to-school season is just around the corner, the all-important question of what’s for lunch became more complicated this week with new research (1) suggesting that most sack lunches don’t remain at … Continue reading

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