Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day! Plus 3 Simple Tips

Teaching your children about good nutrition is one thing, but giving them the opportunity to put what they’ve learned into…

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Fruit & Veggies—More Matters Month (Plus Recipes!)

Are you getting enough fruit and vegetables in your daily diet? How about the rest of your family? September is…

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Study: Healthy Eating Habits Begin Early

Childhood obesity rates in the United States are still rising, and right now nearly a third of American children and…

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Early Life Stress Affects Gut Microbes, May Lead to Anxiety & Depression

As scientists continue to explore the link between gut bacteria and mental health, Canadian researchers recently discovered that stress in…

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Same Great Products. All New Look!

Notice anything different about Renew Life lately? When you stopped by our website recently you probably spotted our eye-catching new…

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Paving the Way for Healthier Schools Nationwide

In 2012 Massachusetts was one of the first states to adopt ground-breaking nutrition standards in its public schools with the…

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U.S. Children & Teens Not Drinking Enough Water

At the same time kids in the United States are drinking more sugary drinks than ever, they are also drinking…

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Is that Sugary Drink Worth Your Life?

People are drinking more sugar-sweetened beverages than ever before—and it’s slowly killing us. After analyzing three decades of dietary information…

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The U.S. Obesity Epidemic is Getting Worse, Not Better

We know that carrying too much weight is unhealthy. We know that the standard American diet (SAD) is loaded with…

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Study Links Gut Bacteria to How Toddlers Behave, Especially Boys

What do those terrible twos have to do with gut bacteria? More than parents may think, say researchers from Ohio…

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SAD Truth: More than 60% of Calories from Highly Processed Foods

In light of a new study from the University of North Carolina, the nickname given to the standard American diet—SAD—seems…

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Obese Boys at Higher Risk of Inflammation, Bowel Cancer

This month as we focus on men’s health, it is important to remember that healthy habits start early. With obesity…

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Is Too Much Junk Food Destroying Our Good Bacteria?

Junk food is just what it sounds like: food with little or no nutritional value—mainly fast food and packaged snacks…

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When is the Best Time to Take Enzymes?

Even the healthiest eaters may experience occasional bloating or upset stomach after a meal, which is why many of us…

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Exercise for Your Health, But Cut Sugar to Fight Obesity

For decades we’ve been told how important it is to exercise if we want to lose weight—but we may not…

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