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UMN nutritionist presents a fat problem for modern science

In 1957, Ancel Keys and a team of researchers embarked on an ambitious, global mission to reverse the heart attack epidemic through studying diet
Published: 05/14/18

Appeals court clears way for food stamp figures' release

A federal appeals court decision has cleared the way for the U.S. Department of Agriculture to disclose food stamp revenues for stores participating in the federal program
Published: 05/08/18

State holds recipe contest to encourage kids to eat healthy

The state is holding a recipe contest for kids to encourage them to eat healthy food grown locally
Updated one month ago

Proposal would update Minnesota food code

Proposed changes to Minnesota's food code would introduce new health standards for the state's food service industry
Updated one month ago
WHO: Saturated fat should be less than 10 percent of diet

WHO: Saturated fat should be less than 10 percent of diet

The World Health Organization is taking on the battle of the bulge, saying that saturated fat shouldn't make up more than 10 percent of your diet
Updated one month ago

Health officials tighten fish guidance for 2 Minnesota lakes

The Minnesota Department of Health is advising people not to eat any fish from Lake Elmo or any smallmouth bass from Lake Harriet under its updated fish consumption guidelines
Updated one month ago
How to make asparagus sing? Mustard, soy sauce and honey

How to make asparagus sing? Mustard, soy sauce and honey

Today's recipe is a simple, but flavorful asparagus saute that uses soy sauce instead of salt, which adds umami. A tiny bit of Dijon mustard and a touch of honey create a luscious glaze that make the asparagus sing.
Updated one month ago
Woman to compete in half-marathon after losing 92 pounds

Woman to compete in half-marathon after losing 92 pounds

Nicole Klan used to enjoy cheering on her children and husband as they competed in cross country, track and field and road races, but Sunday she'll be lacing up her running shoes for a half-marathon herself
Updated one month ago
Maple, honey producers not sweet on added sugars label

Maple, honey producers not sweet on added sugars label

Pure maple syrup and honey producers aren't sweet on a plan to label their pure natural products as containing added sugars
Updated one month ago

Pennsylvania House OKs bill to end food stamp work waivers

Pennsylvania's Republican-controlled House of Representatives is advancing legislation that would stop the state from getting waivers that allow food stamp recipients to continue receiving the federal benefit if they don't meet a work requirement
Updated one month ago