CNN: Good Fats Can Cut Risk Of Death By 27%, Study Says
"A new Harvard study shows you can reduce your risk of death by up to 27% by replacing bad fats with healthy fats." Read full story.
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VOX: This is Why Alcohol Doesn't Come with Nutrition Facts
"Why is alcohol exempt? The short answer is that, mainly as a legacy of Prohibition, alcoholic beverages aren't regulated by the FDA, but a different federal agency called the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) — and this agency doesn't require nutritional labeling." Read full story.
NY TIMES: Is Sushi ‘Healthy’? What About Granola? Where Americans and Nutritionists Disagree
"The results suggest a surprising diversity of opinion, even among experts. Yes, some foods, like kale, apples and oatmeal, are considered 'healthy' by nearly everyone. And some, like soda, french fries and chocolate chip cookies, are not. But in between, some foods appear to benefit from a positive public perception, while others befuddle the public and experts alike. (We’re looking at you, butter.)" Read full story.
Food Safety News: ConAgra Recalls P.F. Chang’s Entrées Because of Metal Pieces
"Almost two tons of P.F. Chang’s brand frozen chicken and beef entrées may contain metal fragments and are being recalled from retailers and distributors in at least seven states." Read full story