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Calorie Counts Mandatory On Food Menus

: Starting Monday (May 7, 2018), you'll notice something different on the menu of your favorite restaurant, calorie counts. After nearly a decade of delays because of food industry lobbying against it, restaurant chains and other food outlets that have 20 or more locations, will have to post the...
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Slice Set To Return To The Soda Aisle

It started with Crystal Pepsi, then Zima and now another beverage from the 80s and 90s is set to return in the 21st century! The soda we knew as Slice is coming back! The fruit-flavored soft drinks manufactured by PepsiCo and introduced in 1984 have been off store shelves for nearly a decade as...
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Avoid These Fad Diets That Could Be Harmful To Your Health

The banana diet, the avocado diet, the blood type diet. There are hundreds of them. They're fad diets and while they offer a way for you to lose weight, not all of them are good for your body. A nutritionist chimes in on the most current fad diets and cautions you to skip these particular fad diets...
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100 Calorie Count Super Bowl Foods

: It's the final football game of the year, Super Bowl 52 is Sunday live from Minneapolis, Minnesota when the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles play for the championship. But the Super Bowl is more than football, it's commercials, the Puppy Bowl, musical performances from Justin...
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Weight Watchers Launches Brand Of Low Calorie Wine

Lovers of wine who have to choose between a bottle to vino and keeping inside their diet may want to hear this! Weight Watchers is launching a low calorie wine that is just 85 calories per glass, compared to 120-130 of regular glasses. The Sauvignon Blanc was developed over the last two years...
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Is There Such A Thing As Healthy Ice Cream?

This is going to come as a shock for lovers of Halo Top ice cream, now teh country's most popualr ice cream brand. Halo Top is now the most popular pint of ice cream in America. https://t.co/jTKYGd3grH pic.twitter.com/imQVDr8BJN — Food & Wine (@foodandwine) August 8, 2017 The low-calorie, high-...
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What Fitness Tracks Get Right And What They Get Wrong

Fitness trackers are widely popular in keeping track of your steps, your weight, your heart rate and how many calories you consume. But is the data these devices report accurate. Yes and no says cardiologist and Professor Euan Ashley of Stanford University Medical Center. At his practice, many...
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A Salt Shaker That Doubles As A Speaker And Light Source?

Perhaps this weekend you were hosting a dinner party. While at that party you thought to yourself that you wish you had a conversation piece on the table that not only played music that displayed ambient light, but also dispensed salt on your guest’s food. Well, your million dollar idea has already...
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