From “Fish Is the Dish!” to “Cinnamon for Diabetes,” here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the web:
Fish Is the Dish! Seafood campaign goes from strength to strength
At The Aquaculturists we keep a close eye on groups aiming to boost seafood's profile among the general public. Fish is the Dish, an online campaign showcasing to consumers the benefits of eating seafood, is celebrating its second anniversary but aims to expand further still.
Junk food more accessible than healthy food on campus
Since students on campus have many different options, students may think they are more hungry than they really are.
Some students on campus tend to take advantage of the variety of foods offered. “I definitely feel like I eat more on campus than I do when I’m not on campus,” said senior Dominic Flewellyn.
Healthy oils in bakery have enormous potential
Patricia Kearney, president of consultancy firm PMK Associates and nutrition policy expert, said bakers should consider replacing fats, particularly trans fats, with healthier oils.
“The ideal is to move towards healthier fats. We get more of our fats and oils in food [compared to drinks] and it’s critical and very important in terms of the baking industry,” she told attendees at an educational session at IBIE 2013 on trans fats.
How to Lose Belly Fat the Scientific Way
Every year millions of people try to get in shape, and the majority of them want to know how to lose belly fat. For the most part, weight loss is correlated with a concurrent drop in abdominal fat mass, but there are certain things you can do in particular that have a higher propensity to “dislodge” that stubborn visceral and subcutaneous belly fat.
Cinnamon for Diabetes
The use of cinnamon to help treat diabetes remains controversial. We know that cinnamon is so good at controlling one’s blood sugar that you can cheat on a diabetes test by consuming two teaspoons of cinnamon the night before your glucose tolerance test.
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Fudge Pops
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