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Scientists have discovered a chain of events occurring inside cells that control the amount of fat the body takes up.
The FDA's proposed changes to food labels are a step in the right direction, but parents can start encouraging healthy eating habits for their children right now.
People who are competitively active, such as college athletes or those training for an Ironman event, have unique nutritional needs.