Bhagyashrees ‘Healthy Choice for Lunch’ gives us key nutritional goals – see pic

Bollywood actor Bhagyashree has emerged as a food and health influencer. If you follow her on Instagram, you will find the actor sharing tips and tricks on how to lead a healthy lifestyle. This is not all. She also continues to inspire her 983k followers on Instagram with different posts and stories featuring her daily … Read more

High Cholesterol: Coconut Oil is Rich in Saturated Fat – ‘Avoid or Reduce’

High cholesterol is often caused by eating fatty foods or being overweight. It happens when you have too much of a fatty substance called cholesterol in your blood. Fortunately, many people can lower their cholesterol by eating healthy food and making lifestyle changes. If you have been advised to make dietary changes, there are a … Read more

Sonoma County health advocates are distributing 120,000 free rapid tests to low-income and Latino families

Hoping to mitigate the disproportionate impact of another winter wave of COVID-19, a coalition of local health advocates is distributing more than 100,000 rapid tests to disadvantaged Hispanic and low-income families in Sonoma County. The effort comes at a critical time as residents across Sonoma County prepare for Christmas and New Year gatherings, and the … Read more

Celebrity nutritionist Rujuta Dewikar shares her winter menu to stock up on good health

Winter season is in full swing, especially across North India. States like Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Punjab are experiencing an unprecedented drop in temperatures. The phrase #coldwave is also trending on Twitter in India today. During this cold weather, it is instinctive to reach for hot drinks and fried snacks in order to keep … Read more

Sonoma County health advocates are distributing 120,000 free rapid tests to low-income and Latino families

Hoping to mitigate the disproportionate impact of another winter wave of COVID-19, a coalition of local health advocates is distributing more than 100,000 rapid tests to disadvantaged Hispanic and low-income families in Sonoma County. The effort comes at a critical time as residents across Sonoma County prepare for Christmas and New Year gatherings, and the … Read more

Picadeli, Europe’s leading convenience store salad bar concept, partners with the Albertsons Companies to make its US debut to make fresh, healthy food more accessible and affordable.

Albertsons Companies Introduce Innovative New Deals For Its New Category, Introducing American Consumers To The Picadeli Salad Bar For The First Time Piccadilly United States CEO Patrick Hillstrand Patrick Hillstrand, CEO of Picadeli US, is leading the company’s growth in technology-based salad bar offerings in the US Patrick Hillstrand, CEO of Picadeli US, is leading … Read more

Nutrition education encourages healthy cooking in low-income families | local news

Urbana – Consumption of fruits and vegetables is an important part of a healthy diet. But low-income families face unique obstacles to healthy eating, including the high cost of fresh foods and limited cooking resources. A new study evaluates the effectiveness of a culinary intervention program for low-income families. Market to MyPlate (M2MP) is a … Read more

Governor Newsom Announces Appointments 12.21.21

Sacramento – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Catherine Lucero, 59, of San Jose, has been appointed director of the Office of Youth and Community Restoration at the California Health and Human Services Agency. Lucero has been a judge on the Santa Clara County Superior Court since 2001, supervising a juvenile justice court … Read more

Over half a million children benefited from healthy food and activities during the summer

Hundreds of thousands of children from low-income families benefit from healthy food and extra-curricular activities, through programs that help raise children’s educational outcomes that provide better nutrition, and improve well-being, behavior and social skills. New data from Childcare Works shows that nearly half a million children eligible for free school meals received nutritious meals, exercise, … Read more

Tobacco-style health campaigns were needed to make clear the harms of highly processed foods

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Tobacco-style public health campaigns are needed to illustrate the full extent of the harms of ultra-processed foods, public health experts argue in Open Access Global Health BMJ. Despite strong evidence linking these products to serious health consequences, the public does not know the true dangers of these “foods” and may have … Read more