Shara Rutberg

stevia sweetener
Stevia sales are sweet
New labels could further boost popularity.
Did vitamin deficiency push Mary Todd Lincoln off the deep end?
A nutritional theory for first lady’s behavior.
plastic water bottles
Possibilities buzz for caffeinated water
Quenching thirst for a clean energy drink?
Omegas may lower breast cancer risk among obese women
Anti-inflammatory PUFAs may offer protection.
Olympic rings Rio 2016
Supplements at the Olympics
Supps get more spotlight—and scrutiny—at the Olympics.
Monk fruit: Vigorous growth ahead
Monk fruit may be moving out of stevia’s shadow.
weight room
D may be the gold medal vitamin
Vitamin again linked with faster, stronger athletes.
Getting the message, but still gobbling meat
The volume’s cranking on the anti-meat chorus, but a survey revealed Americans eating habits aren’t changing much.
tea leaves
Tea leaves may reveal fewer heart attacks
People who drank one to three cups of tea daily were 35 percent less likely to have a major cardiovascular event, according to new research.
Pulse-raising market growth predicted
Americans’ increasing hunger for plant-based protein will continue to grow, according to recent research.
‘Avoid’ sucralose, says CSPI
Citing newer research that links sucralose to cancer, the Center for Science in the Public Interest lowered its safety rating for the sweetener.
NASA’s newest weapon (against bone loss)
Dried plums fight bone loss caused by radiation experienced by astronauts, cancer patients and others, according to new research.
Consumers clueless about ‘clean’
Could using the term actually turn off customers?
Scientists split on salt
Haters gonna hate.
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A way to help beet heart failure? 1
Beets for more efficient beating
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