Is Sucralose Safe?

27
Sep
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Sucralose was first discovered in 1976, and was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration on April 1, 1998, for use in 15 food and beverage categories. It was approved by the Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) in 1990, and has been used internationally since 1991. In 1999, the FDA approved sucralose as a “general purpose” sweetening product.

Preventing Injuries

10
Jul
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So, this is the year you?re going to get moving, and you?re in a hurry to get started.

First, slow down and consider a few things that can help prevent new injuries or worsening existing conditions, according to the American College of Sports Medicine:

It’s Harvest Time! Part 2

21
Oct
0

Different types of apples serve different purposes. There are obviously far too many varieties of apples to list them all, however these are among those most commonly eaten in the United States.
Criterion apples-also known as candy apples-are sweet and flavorful. They are crisp and juicy when eaten fresh, and are fine for baking as well.

It’s Harvest Time! Part 1

21
Oct
0

Summer has come to a screeching halt. The leaves on the trees are beginning to transform into a glorious palette of reds, golds and burnt oranges. It’s all part of the process of the changing seasons, and autumn in particular is recognized as a season of bounty. Let’s take a look at some wonderful seasonal fruits and vegetables that are now available.