Exercise better habits: Labeling foods with activity needed to burn calories linked to healthier choices

UK study finds that PACE labeling could reduce caloric intake by 200 kcal per day

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

04 Mar 2021 --- Risk of death from COVID-19 is ten times higher in countries where over half the population is classified as overweight. This is according to a report released by... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

04 Mar 2021 --- US-based Epogee has developed an alternative fat ingredient designed to help curb the world’s growing obesity epidemic. Esterified propoxylated glycerol... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

23 Feb 2021 --- High levels of fructose consumption causes inflammation in the immune system and damages cells that contribute to the healthy functioning of organs and body... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

12 Feb 2021 --- Nutri-Score is butting heads with Mediteranean diets, as Spain’s ministry of consumer affairs calls for olive oil to be left out of the front-of-pack labeling... Read More

FormattedPicture

NUTRITION & HEALTH NEWS

11 Feb 2021 --- Semaglutide as an obesity treatment has been submitted for US, UK and EU regulatory approval following the revelation that it can help people lose over 20 percent... Read More

trans