Putting Zija In Your Life
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 20:37
As we said earlier, we don’t normally endorse products. But this one is different: Entirely different.

In a nutshell, would you consider taking a new health product that…
  • Was derived naturally and directly from the source? 
  • Was mentioned by the National Institutes of Health to be the most “nutritious botanical” they had ever studied?
  • Is already recognized as the most dense, natural botanical in the world?
  • Contains natural proteins, minerals, amino acids, anti-inflammatories, antioxidants and anthocyanins far beyond that of most food-based plants?
Shoo Fly Dyes
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 20:25
New York, NY, November 2013—Kraft says it plans to remove artificial dyes from selected products as people increasingly reach for foods they feel are natural. Three macaroni and cheese varieties in kid-friendly shapes are at the top of the list for change. The company said it plans to replace artificial dyes with spices such as paprika for coloring. The change doesn't affect Kraft's plain elbow-shaped macaroni and cheese with "original flavor."

The packaged-food company denies the change was driven by a petition on Change.org calling for the removal of artificial dyes from its flagship mac-n-cheese kits. That petition, which was posted in March, had more than 348,000 signatures on Thursday.
Trans-Fats Out, Soybeans in
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 19:47
Columbia, Missouri, November 2013—Officials from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced recently that they were ruling trans-fats as unsafe in food.

This determination could ultimately lead to a universal ban of trans-fats in baked goods and many other foods, such as icings and fried foods. Researchers at the University of Missouri have been working for years to create healthy alternatives to trans-fats. Now they say they have found a way to create a soybean oil that has no trans-fats.
Truly Greater Than Sliced Bread
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:53
A message from the editors of Healthy Newspaper.

Over the years, we’ve become pretty knowledgeable about health & wellness, but rarely endorse products.

But today we want to do just that—of a truly revolutionary product.

It comes from an ancient source: The Moringa Tree.

Dating to biblical times and valued for its medicinal properties, scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently declared the Moringa to be the “most nutritious botanical” they had ever studied.

How Sweet It Is!
Homepage Featured Stories
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:32
Portland, Oregon, October 2013—In response to the growing natural product trend, Steviva Ingredients has developed Nectevia™, an organic blend of blue agave nectar and stevia extract.
Naturally water-extracted at low temperatures and mildly filtered, the organic agave nectar is blended with sweetness boosters. The result is a flavor profile that is four-times sweeter than sugar.  Nectevia is ideal as a substitute for sugar, honey or corn syrup and is designed to be used in a variety of applications, including:
Kiss My Face, Part III
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 19:54
Gardiner, New York, November 2013—A couple of years back (May and November 2011 to be exact,) we published two articles about the company we’re about to discuss. They do good work and have decent products—so we think they’re worth at least three articles. Here goes.

When Bob MacLeod and Steve Byckiewicz first spotted a barrel filled with big, ugly olive oil bar soaps, they hadn’t the faintest idea that they would form the building blocks of a leading natural personal care brand that would be distributed around the globe. 
Good Food Cops Have Our Back
Tuesday, 19 November 2013 19:41
Washington, DC, November 2013—The Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) is leading an initiative to protect and improve the global food supply. So far, they have 14 co-founding partners. Recently, they welcomed two more: Wegmans Food Markets and the National Center for Food Protection and Defense (NCFPD).

The Global Food Traceability Center officially launched in July at the 2013 IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo in Chicago. It serves as an authoritative, scientific, and unbiased source for food traceability. Previously, there was no single entity, public or private, that brought together key stakeholders in the agri-food system. It’s a new collaboration bent on providing timely product tracing solutions.
How Do You Like Them Apples?
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:40
Vienna, Virginia, October 2013—If you were an apple, what type of apple would you be? Since October is National Apple Month, the U.S. Apple Association wants to help you get to the core of the matter. Check out AppletizeMe, an online destination that matches your personality traits to your ideal apple variety.

Are you a social butterfly? That makes you a Gala apple, the core of the in-crowd but always making everyone feel welcome and good inside.

How about an intellectual? Easy as pi. You’re a Ginger Gold.

Fitness fanatic? Then you’re a Fuji, living proof that crunches are worth the effort.
Accompany Your Taste with Pei Wei
Tuesday, 22 October 2013 20:27
Scottsdale, Arizona, October 2013—To celebrate fall, Pei Wei® Asian Diner is introducing a new limited-time menu offering, Sriracha Pineapple Pork Lettuce Wraps. This new option features all-natural, wok-seared pork and a combination of fresh-cut ingredients, topped with a kick of Pei Wei’s own Sriracha sauce.

By the way, Pei Wei is pronounced “pay way” and means “accompany your taste.” See up top.

Introduced this summer, two popular lettuce wrap choices have recently been added to Pei Wei’s permanent menu—Thai Chicken and Korean Steak.
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