Which Chocolate is the Healthiest?
Cindy Lee
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

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  1. The Hidden Truth About “Health Bars”
    10 Mar, 2018
    The Hidden Truth About “Health Bars”
    When people think of energy bars, they think CFH: Convenient, Fast, and Healthy. While health bars are quick and easy boosts of energy when one is in a rush, the latter assumption is up for debate. In 2016, Morning Consult Intelligence surveyed two thousand Americans and found that while 71% of the surveyed Americans regard granola bars as healthy, only 86 of the 310 surveyed nutritionists agreed. The same survey shows that Americans consider too much sugar as unhealthy (46% consider sugar a
  2. All About the Added Sugar Repository
    20 Nov, 2017
    All About the Added Sugar Repository
    In efforts to help consumers recognize added sugar in products, we have started the following list, which we have named The Added Sugar Repository.  Click here for The Added Sugar Repository  We will continue to update the repository periodically with new sugar names and product examples as we find them, so check back as new items will be BOLDED for convenience.  About the project: The Added Sugar Repository is our project to help with health literacy related to sugar consumption. A lot of
  3. The Myth of Gatorade
    17 Jul, 2017
    The Myth of Gatorade
    Growing up at sporting events, Gatorade was a staple drink on the sidelines and almost always offered by the parents bringing post-game snacks. Kids will often drink a bottle to rehydrate and refuel after games and practices, but is Gatorade actually a good option for this purpose? Or even necessary to begin with? The answer is no. While it is billed as a necessity when partaking in sporting events, it is really just sugar water and should be avoided unless participating in long distance