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Oatmeal Beats Ready-To-Eat Breakfast Cereal at Improving Appetite Control

Posted November 25, 2013

While obesity is a complex and multifaceted problem, much of the strategy behind combating it boils down to healthy eating habits. Taking into account the primary role of subjective appetite sensations in said habits, a group of researchers recently compared the satiety impact of two popular breakfast choices: oatmeal and ready-to-eat breakfast cereal (RTEC).

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Latest Research Shows Lower Likelihood of Metabolic Syndrome With a Cereal Breakfast

Posted June 4, 2013

Adults who eat breakfast – especially if that breakfast includes ready-to-eat cereal – are less likely to have metabolic syndrome and many of the risk factors associated with metabolic syndrome according to new research published in the June issue of The Journal of Aging Research and Clinical Practice (JARCP).

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The potential role of phytochemicals in wholegrain cereals for the prevention of type-2 diabetes

Posted May 16, 2013

Diets high in wholegrains are associated with a 20-30% reduction in risk of developing type-2 diabetes (T2D), which is attributed to a variety of wholegrain components, notably dietary fibre, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.

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Kellogg Points to New Research Showing Benefits of Fiber-ful Breakfast Cereal

Posted March 27, 2013

Despite ongoing advice from nutrition professionals, only one in ten Americans get the recommended amount of fiber in their diets. The good news is that most people say they are trying to eat more fiber and new research published in the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine shows that one simple step can make a big difference.

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A New, Super-Nutritious Puffed Rice for Breakfast Cereals and Snacks

Posted December 20, 2012

A new process for blowing up grains of rice produces a super-nutritious form of puffed rice, with three times more protein and a rich endowment of other nutrients that make it ideal for breakfast cereals, snack foods and nutrient bars for school lunch programs, scientists are reporting.

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Environmental chemicals may be obstacle for infertile couples

Posted April 30, 2012

Kira Testin knew that something was wrong before she and her husband ever saw the fertility specialist. We had been trying for a year to get pregnant, recalls Testin, who was 27 at the time. We werent na

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5 Ways to Get Fluoride Out of Your Life

Posted April 30, 2012

In the 1940s, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) started adding a toxic compound to public drinking water in the U.S., telling us that it would prevent cavities in children. The same substance was then added to just about every toothpaste and mouthwash made since. Few people know that fluoride (as sodium fluoride) is the active ingredient in good old-fashioned rat poison! Or that fluoride is the most toxic chemical found in nature, second only to arsenic.

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6 House Plants That Improve Air Quality According to NASA

Posted April 30, 2012

In addition to the dangerous chemicals used to make carpets, couches, paint and dry wall, our homes can be filled with chemicals from everyday household items and products. Things like pressed wood, facial tissue, paper towels, plastic and rubber (to name a few) also frequently contain traces of chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene.

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