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Are Low-Fat or Fat-Free Products Problem-Free?

A healthy eating pattern recommended by the 2015-
2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (HHS and
USDA 2015) includes fat-free or low-fat dairy
products and limits saturated fats and trans fats.

Nov 17, 2016 HNFE-370P
Caffeinated Energy Drinks/Energy Shots Among Young Adults Dec 9, 2015 HNFE-299P
Is a Gluten-Free Diet Healthy for People Without Celiac Disease?

These days, many supermarkets have dedicated gluten-free aisles that help shoppers easily find glutenfree products as grocery stores and food distributors nationwide are responding to the exploding demand for gluten-free products. In 2013, U.S. sales of products with a gluten-free label reached $23.3 billion. The gluten-free products market is projected to grow 10.2 percent from 2014 to 2019. That is good news for people with celiac disease, but interestingly, most people who purchase gluten-free products do not have celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. About one-third of Americans report trying to avoid gluten (Jargon 2014). They simply perceive that a gluten-free diet is healthier. In fact, a gluten-free diet can lack vitamins, minerals, and fiber, and following this diet for no reason might not be a wise choice.

Apr 15, 2016 HNFE-350P
To Soy or Not to Soy: Effects of Soybeans on Breast Cancer, Menopause and Heart Disease

Originating in China, soybeans have been cultivated
for more than 5,000 years. They were introduced to
America in the 19th century, and since the 1940s, they
have become one of the most important economic crops
in this country. During the 2011-12 season, the U.S.
was the largest soybean producer in the world with
more than 35 percent of worldwide production

Mar 29, 2016 HNFE-339P
Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Breast Cancer Jan 4, 2017 HNFE-411NP
Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Colorectal Cancer

In 2012, colorectal cancer was the 4th most
commonly diagnosed and 4th most fatal cancer
among men and women in the United States.1
The risk of developing colorectal cancer is
slightly greater for men than women with 1 in
21 for men and 1 in 23 for women being
diagnosed during their lifetime.

May 19, 2016 HNVE-368NP
Understanding Cancer, What We Know About Lung Cancer May 23, 2016 HNFE-338NP (HNFE-369NP)