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Local Colleges: Littleton, Colorado (3 Entries)
ARAPAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
5900 S Santa Fe
Littleton, CO 80120
(303) 797-4222
ARAPAHOE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
5900 S Santa Fe Dr
Littleton, CO 80120
(303) 797-4222
INSTITUTE OF THE BIBLE AND MINISTRY
6114 South Datura Street
Littleton, CO
(303) 797-7076
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Yevo: Most Popular Nutrition Trend for 2015

Many brands out there are proud to tell the world that they have eliminated all "artificial" ingredients from their products.\A lot of brands in the market are eager to announce that they have stripped their products of all "artificial" ingredients. For example, they may claim that their products contain no preservatives or artificial sweeteners, and then start calling them "all natural." A spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics says these companies are minimizing their ingredients according to consumer demands. However, this is still not enough reason to use the label, "all natural," warns the Food and Drug Administration.

Kraft, the maker of Oscar Mayer deli meats, Jell-O, Maxwell House coffee, and Velveeta cheese also recently shook up top management and reported sluggish sales. Big Food company, Kellogg's, has seen its sales plunge 5.4 percent over the past year. Campbell's Soup CEO has said: "There's a mounting distrust of so-called Big Food, the large food companies and legacy brands on which millions of consumers have relied on for so long." Do Americans finally realize what Yale medical researchers David Katz and Samuel Meller declared in a paper in 2013, that a "diet of minimally processed or unprocessed foods close to nature, predominantly plants, is decisively associated with health promotion and disease prevention." Eating minimally processed foods was even found to be more important than whether you are vegan or vegetarian, eat a paleo diet, or take part in any other specific diet like the 'Mediterranean diet.' Even eating meat, according to Katz and Meller, is O.K. as long as: ". . . animal foods are themselves the products, directly or ultimately, of pure plant foods—the composition of animal flesh and milk is as much influenced by diet as we are."

Those words may be found on a product label or as part of a company's marketing plan, but they're not always beneficial to you. If they replace a soda's artificial sweeteners with stevia, for example, it still doesn't mean the drink is now healthy. On the other hand, there are those products which have stayed true to their minimal ingredients and are full of nutritive value, and they very well deserve an "all natural" claim.

The Power of Protein

Companies that manufacture yogurt, cereal, cottage cheese and crackers are happy to tell the world how much protein their products offer. Of course, our need for protein is multifaceted. It builds and repairs our muscles, for example, and it helps satisfy our cravings, allowing us to manage our weight better. It's a matter of snacking, and companies are adding protein to just about every food product they make. If your hunger pangs are back thirty minutes from your last snack, it probably didn't come with enough protein.

From time to time, we welcome new trends in nutrition as we all try to improve our health. At the beginning of 2015, a lot have started their ascent to popularity, including this renewed drive to consume more ancient grains, other natural foods and those which are rich in protein.

The Comeback of Ancient Grains

Nowadays, there seems to be less interest given to quinoa as people are starting to welcome back millet, teff, sorghum, chia, buckwheat, kamut, amaranth and bulgar. These ancient grains have indeed been ressurected. Do any of them sound familiar? We've had these grains for hundreds and hundreds of years, some of them dating from 6,000 B.C. Most of them have high fiber content and are helpful in the prevention of certain cancers, hypertension and heart disease.

The Path To Finding Better Yevo Healthy Meals

It seems like ancient grains are getting all this attention today because of their gluten-free composition (not all but most). As gluten-free diets continue to be trendy, this comeback should not be at all surprising. On top of that, most people aren't happy about eating genetically modified food, and these grains are just the complete opposite, being true to their nature.

Water is The Most Critical Nutrient! Functions in transport, chemical reactions, temperature maintenance, lubrication, etc. Water deprivation ---> dehydration ---> electrolyte imbalance ---> death. Requirements vary from one species to another. For example, the desert rat requires very little, while the dairy cow may require 25-29 gallons/day. Management problems leading to lack of water bad taste (high sulfur content) don't know how to use or cannot find waterer stray voltage at water source

The antioxidants and other nutrients in fruits and vegetables help protect against certain types of cancer and other diseases. And while advertisements abound for supplements promising to deliver the nutritional benefits of fruits and vegetables in pill or powder form, research suggests that it's just not the same.A daily regimen of nutritional supplements is not going to have the same impact of eating right. That's because the benefits of fruits and vegetables don't come from a single vitamin or an isolated antioxidant. The health benefits of fruits and vegetables come from numerous vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals working together synergistically. They can't be broken down into the sum of their parts or replicated in pill form. Healthy eating tip 5: Eat more healthy carbs and whole grains. Choose healthy carbohydrates and fiber sources, especially whole grains, for long lasting energy. In addition to being delicious and satisfying, whole grains are rich in phytochemicals and antioxidants, which help to protect against coronary heart disease, certain cancers, and diabetes. Studies have shown people who eat more whole grains tend to have a healthier heart.

What Research About Products from Yevo Can Teach You

However, if you're planning to try these ancient grains, note how some companies just add ancient grains to their current products and market them as "healthy." This is why you have to read the nutrition facts label carefully to know just what exactly you're consuming.

Going Natural

 



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