tbo: Tampa Bay Online.
Monday, Jun 26, 2017

Nutrition

The Latest: Pawn shop tip was key to capture of Lyle Jeffs

The Latest: Pawn shop tip was key to capture of Lyle Jeffs

Fugitive polygamist leader Lyle Jeffs' identity was revealed in South Dakota this week after he pawned two pairs of pliers and gave the store his real name and an ID to prove it
Published: 06/15/17
Snacks with added fiber a part of Nutrition Facts delay

Snacks with added fiber a part of Nutrition Facts delay

The revamped Nutrition Facts panel that was delayed this week could also change what companies get to count as fiber
Published: 06/15/17
Belgian court convicts parents in baby's malnutrition death

Belgian court convicts parents in baby's malnutrition death

A Belgian court convicted two parents for their part in the death of their child, who succumbed to malnutrition and dehydration because they were firm believers in alternative diets
Published: 06/14/17
Meat and potatoes can be made healthier as a dinner salad

Meat and potatoes can be made healthier as a dinner salad

Meat and potatoes can be made healthier, and lighter, as a dinner salad, which is a bonus for summertime eating
Published: 06/14/17
FDA delays revamped nutrition facts panel

FDA delays revamped nutrition facts panel

FDA delays revamped nutrition facts panel aimed at making it easier to see calories and added sugars
Published: 06/13/17

China trade mission hunting healthy snacks coming to Oregon

A trade mission of 25 people from China will be stopping in Oregon to check out specialty food, snack products, wine, craft beer and hard cider
Published: 06/13/17

Iraq: Mass food poisoning, 2 die at Mosul camp for displaced

Iraqi health minister: Mass food poisoning at camp for displaced people near northern city of Mosul kills 2; hundreds sick
Published: 06/13/17
Sweet sizzlin' beans! Fancy names may boost healthy  dining

Sweet sizzlin' beans! Fancy names may boost healthy dining

Researchers tried a big serving of food psychology and a dollop of trickery to get diners to eat their vegetables
Published: 06/12/17

Education officials asks for public opinion on new programs

The Wyoming Department of Education is asking the public to share their thoughts on its new American Indian education and school nutrition programs
Updated one month ago

Lawmakers push to add photo ID on food stamp cards

A bill supported by some Ohio lawmakers requiring identification photos on food stamp cards is a step closer to approval
Updated one month ago