Press Releases with tag "foods"
Hollister Construction Services Project Recognized As One Of Inc. Magazine’s “World’s Coolest Offices” Of 2012
Recently Completed Facility for Pinnacle Foods in Parsippany, N.J., Lauded for
High-End Construction that Incorporates Complex Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems
Pharmgrade Partners with Idaho Potato Farmers with Beneficial Use of Microbes
Pharmgrade, a leading sustainable fertilizer firm, has announced a new partnership with Idaho potato farmers to use beneficial microbes in the farming process.
Limiting Eating Times May Override Ills Linked to High-Fat Diet, Study Finds
Turbocharged authors advise eating very lightly during the day and using extended periods without food to accelerate the rate at which the body uses fat stores.
Beta-Carotene Derivatives Can Block Effectiveness of Vitamin A, Study Suggests
Many known and still unknown compounds found in whole natural food are good for you when consumed as part of a balanced diet, but may be toxic when isolated into supplement form.
Choice of Words When Dieting Might Determine Success, Researchers Claim
Researchers concluded that what dieters say or think in times of decision or temptation can make a huge difference in one’s rate of success.
Future Obesity Risk Shown to Be Measurable in Young Children
The study identified specific behavior of their mothers around the time of birth.
Experts Say Getting Vitamin D the Right Way Is Vital To Health
Too much Vitamin D can increase heart rate and lead to irregular heartbeat say a new report from the American Heart Association.
New Research Concludes High-Fructose Corn Syrup Is Harmful
According to a study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, adults who consumed high-fructose corn syrup for two weeks as 25 percent of their daily calorie requirement had increased blood levels of cholesterol and triglycerides.
Researchers Find Processed Meat Raises Risk of Diabetes
Researchers found was that those who ate processed meat in a can, generically known as “spam,” most often had a twofold increased risk of developing diabetes over those who ate little or none, according to a U.S. study.
To Lose Weight, Food Choices Are More Important Than Calorie Counting
Researchers concluded that food choices might play a larger part in weight management than calories consumed.
Fatty Foods Linked to Moods
Researchers found that fatty acids appeared to cause emotional and physical changes.
High-Fructose Corn Syrup Is Harmful, New Research Concludes
Within two weeks, participants consuming fructose or high fructose corn syrup exhibited increased concentrations of LDL cholesterol, triglycerides and apolipoprotein-B (a protein which can lead to plaques that cause vascular disease).
Could Gardening Trigger Diabetes?
According to Riikka Airaksinen of Finland’s National Institute for Health and Welfare, who led the study, these pollutants along with body fat “may have a synergistic effect on the risk of type 2 diabetes.”
SpongeBob Hazardous To Children? Is This A Conspiracy?
According to Dr. Dimetri Christakis, a child-development specialist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, even though the study was small, the data is robust enough to support the idea that media exposure is a public health issue.
Are Gluten-Free Foods Really Healthier?
SupermarketGuru estimates that many large food manufacturers like General Mills and Campbell’s Soup are cashing in on this demand, creating a market where sales of “gluten-free” products now exceed $2.5 billion dollars per year.
To Make Road Trips Happier, Make Them Healthier
One good idea is to fight mental stress with physical stress. “At least every two hours, do something that stresses your muscles for 30 to 60 seconds,” suggest Dian Griesel, PhD, and Tom Griesel, authors of TurboCharged.
The Number of Women Using Natural Breast Enhancement Methods Increasing
With the increasing awarness about natural breast enhancement methods mostly spread by the online medium, there is a rise in the number of women opting for natural methods to make breasts bigger.
UAE’s ‘Freshly Milled Oats’ Serves As A Strategic Location For Key Markets Across The Sub- Continent And MENA Region.
With the growing demand for the multiple-usage of Oats around the world food manufacturers can now import freshly milled Oats from the UAE.
Island Abbey Foods Ltd Partners with Dutch Gold Honey for Product Collaboration
Island Abbey Foods Ltd, specialty honey manufacturer announces a collaboration deal with Dutch Gold Honey, Lancaster, PA and their subsidiary McLure’s Honey and Maple Products, Littleton, NH to distribute Island Abbey Foods Ltd's Honibe products.
Honibe™ Launches World's First Pure Honey Lozenge for Upper Respiratory Therapy
Island Abbey Foods Ltd., creates world's first pure honey cough drop for soothing sore throats and relieving coughs. Honibe™ - HoneyLozenges™ - Nature's Cough Drop, are the first pure honey lozenge for upper respiratory therapy on the market.
Unique New Product Range and Launch Advice
Pharmaceutical and Healthcare group, Stirling Products Limited (ASX:STI) is pleased to announce a unique new product development and partnering between Stirling subsidiary, Nature’s Firewall Inc and Island Abbey Foods Limited of Prince Edward Islan
Honibe™ Honey Delights™ - World’s First 100% Pure Honey Candy
Island Abbey Foods Ltd., today announces the availability of world’s first 100% pure honey candy, Honey Delights™ throughout the United States. Honey Delights™ are made from 100% pure honey with no sugar added.
People Lose 70 Pounds with Healthy Snacks for Weight Loss
Many people lost more than 70 pounds in a recent experiment conducted by US National weight Control Registry. The focus was on using healthy snacks for weight loss.
Honibe™ Introduces Honey Delights™ - the World’s First 100% Pure Honey Candy
Island Abbey Foods Ltd., specialty food producer and creator of the award winning Honey Drop™ - the world’s first alternative to the sugar cube, introduces the world’s first 100% pure honey candy: Honey Delights™.