Healthy Food

The FDA considers a “healthy” food label

The Food and Drug Administration is testing designs of a label that food manufacturers could voluntarily put on the front of packages indicating that a product is “healthy.”

Why it matters: The effort is controversial, in part because the meaning of “healthy” continues to evolve. The FDA itself is in the process of updating its definition, which dates back to 1994.

  • Other concerns are that such a label could be of dubious value, used too liberally by food makers, or seen by consumers as a product endorsement by the FDA.
  • Nutritionists make the point that a balanced diet matters
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Salmon with Lemon and Oregano

An easy to make seafood dish, my Salmon with Lemon and Oregano uses my two favorite ingredients and is ready in only 20 minutes.

Forkful of salmon with lemon and oregano.

I love salmon, and so does my heart. Super rich in omega-3 fatty acids, high in protein and various vitamins and nutrients, you’ll hardly find a healthier option for your dinner table. And when it comes to seafood, you can’t find a much easier dish to make than my Salmon with Lemon and Oregano.


  • Salmon fillets: Like previously mentioned, salmon is very healthy for you, and is rich and slightly oily in flavor. My favorite
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Food Security Secrets ‘They’ Don’t Want You To Know: The 24 Food Items Guaranteed to Disappear 24 Hours After a Crisis Review

Food security is more important today than ever. A $7 eBook called Food Security Secrets could help.

Food Security Secrets is an eBook featuring tips, tricks, and strategies for surviving food shortages.

Written by Donald Carlson, the book features a list of 24 critical food items that often disappear during a crisis.

Should you buy Food Security Secrets? What are the 24 items that disappear after a crisis? Keep reading to discover everything you need to know about Food Security Secrets today in our review.

What is Food Security Secrets?

Food Security Secrets ‘They’ Don’t Want You To Know

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Trial may lead way for free healthy food deliveries for heart attack recovery

A leading cardiologist is hoping to show health service spending benefits of delivering free groceries to those recovering from health attacks.

Elderly man holding hands on chest suffering from heart attack, closeup

Heart attacks are extremely common in New Zealand, says Dr Andrew Reynolds.
Photo: 123RF

Dr Andrew Reynolds, of the University of Otago’s Department of Medicine, received funding from the Health Research Council announced today to begin a trial comparing the costs of delivering the food to those associated with treating secondary events after a heart attack.

Dr Reynolds is one of six Otago researchers to be granted a $150,000 Explorer Grant, allocated to support transformative research ideas that have

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