And the culture of convenience has made sleep a little bit more elusive. Sleep isn't a switch-on, switch off, kind of device. It has to be planned for. Some say, even courted. That's why I created the Bedtime Blueprint which puts all the information you need to know about planning your days for sleep in one place.
Aesthetically speaking, the new label is easier to read than its predecessor was. Scientifically speaking however, the new label provides an array of new and important information; information that is particularly appealing to nutrition and public health professionals such as myself.
As a nutritionist and portion size researcher, I applaud the changes in food labels. Here are some of the changes you can expect to see.
The bottom line: Monitor your sugar and carb intake, squeeze in plenty of exercise, and follow it up with a hefty dose of protein. That's the hat-trick you need to having a fit, speedy metabolism -- no matter what your age.
The next time you eat a green vegetable, pause for a moment to appreciate the complex chemistry of chlorophyll that helps our health and prevents disease. By increasing your intake of greens may power your heart and body to better performance and might just be helping it produce increased ATP energy like a plant.
They now make it clear that they didn't even try to estimate the costs of Sanders' (or our) single-payer proposals. Instead, they made up their own reform proposal and costed that out.