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What’s easier for you: figuring out your taxes or knowing what foods to eat for a healthier lifestyle? Fifty-two percent of Americans answered with taxes, according to the results of the International Food Information Council Foundation’s 2012 Food & Health Survey.
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With a new school year underway, fall is a season of fresh starts for many. As families settle into new routines, this time of year provides a good opportunity to work on forming healthy habits.
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Every five years a pamphlet known as the Dietary Guidelines for Americans is published by the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Health and Human Services. The effort is to promote nutrition literacy for Americans to achieve an ideal diet and maintain their health.
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