Nutrition Archives | Page 169 of 172 | AbcVitaminNutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition key to national development

By Bishow Parajuli and Dr. Mohamed Ag Ayoya * Malnutrition continues to be a challenge for many countries around the world. Globally, one in three people is malnourished in one form or another and about 815 million people, or one in ten, are suffering from chronic undernourishment. The various consequences of malnutrition are literally devastating. An estimated 45 percent of ...

Read More »

Messy Monkeys balances nutrition with affordability for US launch

Messy Monkeys baked whole grain non-GMO sorghum and quinoa bites come in kid-friendly flavors including pizza, cheese, and apple. The sorghum and quinoa provide 14% of the daily protein content suggested for children, 7% of fiber, one gram of sugar, and less than 100 mg of sodium. What parents find in the snacking aisle tend to fall into two camps: high ...

Read More »

Good nutrition key to best deer herds

Researchers at the Mississippi State University Deer Lab have one simple answer to almost every question land managers ask: Nutrition. How do you improve the health of a deer herd? How do you attract more deer? How do you grow bigger bucks or larger racks? Improve nutrition, and most everything else will take care of itself. Related: Black fly populations ...

Read More »

FAO Project Highlights: Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU) Phase VII – Famine Prevention Response …

Objective To ensure that Somali food, nutrition, and livelihood security is strengthened at the household and community level thereby ensuring greater resilience to future shocks, such as those caused by conflict, drought and floods. Key partners Government ministries and institutions, Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET), local and international NGOs and United Nations agencies. Beneficiaries reached Government, University, humanitarian ...

Read More »

Why You Should Go All In on Blueberries This Summer

Load up on pints of blueberries the next time you hit the supermarket. Not only are these summertime treats reaching peak ripeness right now, but they’re a smart choice year-round in fresh or frozen form. Anthocyanin — the antioxidant that give bluebs their color — contains powerful inflammation-fighting and cell-protecting properties. Plus, this naturally sweet-tasting produce contains next to no ...

Read More »