Joshua Wagschal’s Blog
Before 2013, there was no easy way for consumers to track whether food and beverage corporations were focused on the public’s best interests. Fortunately, there are now several ways to hold the industry accountable. An online database called the Access to Nutrition Index (ATNI) was created by the Access To Nutrition Foundation (ATNF). This is a non-profit corporation based in the Netherlands and it’s funded primarily by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Wellcome Trust, and the Children’s Investment Fund. The organization is completely devoted to making fair, unbiased assessments of food and beverage manufacturers based on their nutrition policies and approaches. Data comes from a variety of sources, including the World Health Organization (WHO).
Nutrition is the study of all the nutrients that come from the food we consume, how our bodies use those nutrients, and the connection between our overall health and our diet.
When someone wants to save money on her groceries or have extra food supplies during the winter, there are several nutritious bulk foods available.
When shopping for groceries at the supermarket, you will want to select the most nutritious vegetables to obtain the highest levels of minerals and vitamins.
Combining a love of food and writing is a natural path for the eloquent foodie with a story to share. They publish blog posts showcasing delectable images of cuisine along with proficient recipes and personal stories to relate to their readers.
Macrobiotics is a unique diet plan based on the principles of Zen Buddhism that feature foods that create a healthy body balance. It’s a meal plan and way of life that can also treat diseases like cancer and heart problems, say its followers.
This past January, the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) debuted some new items that once again connected the technology industry with the fitness industry. Some of the most exciting collaborations featured more wearable tech, such as AI-driven headphones, swimsuits that can track your mileage, and smart watches that continue to grow smarter. But, also, there were luxury in-home fitness equipment products that promise to give fitness junkies everywhere something new to try out.