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Rethink your drink. Find healthier drinks that quench your thirst. According to a University of North Carolina study, Americans drink 192 gallons of liquid a year, or 2 liters a day. For this summer, why not take the opportunity to make a healthy change to "water only" as your preferred beverage?

Since close to 2/3s of Americans are overweight, cutting the liquid caloric intake can make such a difference to our waistlines. For summer reading, practice your reading skills with food labels, and be surprised by how little we know about the chemicals we are ingesting from what we eat and drink.

Additives to Food Supply

Assessing Your Eating

What we're eating
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What we're eating
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Calorie Breakdown
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Artificial Sweeteners

Bad Fats/Oils


Counting Calories


Dietary Information

Dietary Guidelines 2015 - 2020

Vitamins & Minerals


Calorie Breakdown
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50 Grams of Sugar
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Chocolate Health Benefits
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Eating Disorders

Fast/Junk Food

1 hr post-bigmac
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Food & Chronic Diseases (i.e, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, etc.)

Food Allergies

Food Processing Contaminants


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Advanced Glycation End Products (AGEs)


Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and heterocyclic amines (HAs)

Food Labeling

Food Label Comparison
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FDA Food Label
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Common Food Label Claims
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Food Safety & Additives

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Genetically-modified Organisms (GMOs)

GMO Policy
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JRC GMO-Amplicons (GMO Database)

Glycemic Index

Heart Disease Information

High Fructose Corn Syrup (Corn Sugar)

Junk Food



What's nutraceuticals? "Dietary supplements delivering concentrations of a presumed bioactive agent derived from food sources, but in a nonfood matrix at concentrations far higher than could feasibly be obtained from the source food, and used for specific health-enhancing effects." (From Goldman, E. "Endocrinologists Tackle Nutraceutical Guidelines" Internal Medicine NewsJune 13, 2000, p. 49)

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FDA Fraud Supplements

Nutrition Resources



Obesity/Overweight Children

Omega 3 Fatty Acids

Organic Foods

Portion Distortion

Processed Foods

Processed Foods
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Recommended Diets; Diet Information

Dietary Guidelines
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Saturated Fats

School Nutrition

Salt (Sodium)

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Sodas and other drinks

Side effects of soda
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Coke effects
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Coke effects
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WHO sugary drinks tax
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WHO sugary drinks tax
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Trans Fatty Acids


Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin D

Vitamin D
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Weight Loss

Nutrition 101
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PUBLISHED ON THE WEB: September 7, 2003
Updated: 4/23/2018 R2,222
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