Supports Healthy for Life® Commitment with American Heart Association by Establishing Feed Your Potential 365 Clubs in Communities Nationwide & Offering Online Curriculum to 500+ Non-Profit Organizations
PHILADELPHIA, April 12, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- As part of its five-year commitment with the American Heart Association to improve the health of Americans 20 percent by 2020, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), a global leader in food, facilities management and uniforms, is launching Feed Your Potential 365, a public health and well-being campaign, to promote healthy lifestyles among all consumers, as well as families in underserved communities and Aramark’s customers, clients and employees.
Purina Pro Plan BRIGHT MIND Adult 7+ helps older dogs like me feel young again
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As an older dog, life can sometimes be a little ruff. Around age 7 I felt myself slowing down — it took me a little longer to find the stick, or to realize there was a squirrel nearby which needed my help being swiftly directed towards a tree. I still had lots of power in my legs, but my brain wasn’t quite managing to keep up.
From low-sugar chocolate to plant-based coffee creamers
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For more than 150 years, Nestlé has been providing safe, quality nutrition across a broad range of products worldwide. Some foods are pretty obvious in how they help with nutrition — such as Lean Cuisine and Boost — but how is Nestlé applying their principal of good food, good life across products like chocolate or pet food?
Well, here are just some unexpected places you’ll find nutritional updates across the Nestlé portfolio.
General Mills released its 2017 Global Responsibility Report, outlining the company’s approach to creating environmental, social and economic value in the countries where it operates. General Mills continues to make significant progress toward nutrition improvements and sustainable sourcing of their food, as well as climate and pollinator protection – all key highlights of this year’s report.
In today’s media-saturated world, information about health and nutrition is everywhere. But while we have access to more reliable information about nutrition than ever, there are also many scientifically questionable or even false claims presented as fact. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to sort out truths from falsehoods.
One such questionable source is the website “Is It Bad for You?” This site publishes health and nutrition reviews of food products, restaurants and a variety of products and services.
More than 20 million people across four countries face famine and or the risk of famine in North-East Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen and Somalia. Without collective and coordinated global effort, people will starve to death and many more will suffer from disease.
Do you feel you can’t get through the morning without caffeine? In the United States, 80 percent of adults consume caffeine every day. While most Americans enjoy their coffee in moderation, overconsumption can lead to unpleasant consequences.
We know incorporating vegetables into our diets can be challenging. Running between work and home, shuffling kids to after- school activities and making dinner can be more than enough to fill a week day.
It’s easy to get stuck in a routine—and oftentimes those routines don’t include making sure everyone in your house gets the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables each day—at least 3 cups for kids and at least 6 cups for the grown-ups in your family.
So, how can we fit more vegetables into our day without scrapping our family favorites altogether?