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Healthy School Lunches Are Under Attack

The facts are out there, a significant proportion of children in the United States are battling obesity and a lot of it has to do with our school lunches. 27% of 17-24-year-olds in this country are unfit to join the military, and they are at significant risk of developing lifestyle diseases later in their lives. Parents demanded […]

Sugary Drinks May Damage Heart Health

The latest Harvard research review is confirming what everyone feared, there are negative effects associated with sweetened drinks on our heart health. It has been known that they have negative effects, but most of us did not associate them with heart conditions. The review by Vasanti Malik, a nutrition research scientist from Harvard, points out […]

Pregnant Women Not Eating Daily Value of Fruits and Veggies

According to a report by American Baby called “What Pregnant Women Really Eat,” around 80 percent of pregnant women take chances in eating hazardous foods while more than 60 percent are not able to meet daily nutritional requirements for fruits and vegetables. 70 percent of respondents say that they ate healthier when they became pregnant […]

Only 4% of Americans are Eating Enough Vegetables

Americans are still not having enough vegetables despite the widely publicized benefits of eating them. According to a recent report released by the National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance, only 4 percent of Americans meet their daily required consumption of veggies. The National Fruit and Vegetable Alliance’s 2015 Report Card has given the marketing of vegetables an […]

Belly Fat is More Dangerous For Heart Than Obesity

Do you consider yourself healthy? In the context of body fat most people will answer by their BMI, and if their BMI is normal, their response will be positive too. Recent research has proved that this is not the case. Even if you have a normal BMI, it doesn’t mean you are healthy and especially […]

General Mills Faces Lawsuit Over Cheerios Protein

Cheerios manufactured by General Mills is a very familiar brand of breakfast cereals for people residing in the United States. It was launched under the brand name of CheeriOats but then changed its name to Cheerios in 1945. GM developed Cheerios Protein this past year to grab the attention of health-conscious consumers seeking more protein […]

67% of Parents Reward Children with Sweets

In July of 2105, Great American Cookies® released a survey about how parents reward their children for good behavior. The study showed that over 60% of parents rewarded their children with sweets. It’s obvious that we need to find healthier alternatives to reward our children for good behavior. See the infographic below for more details on the […]

USDA Fruit and Vegetable Program Stops Childhood Obesity

In July of 2015, the University of Arkansas released the results from a new study on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. The program is intended to help elementary schools increase the amount of fruit and vegetables offered to students. The USDA believes this program can help our children overcome many […]

Kid’s Health: Schools Need Help With Nutrition

Welcome to the NutriFusion blog! We are excited to start sharing news on the trending topics on health, food, and nutrition. Our first post revolves around the current problems with kid’s health and school lunches. In our post today, we focus on a recent article from the New York Times. Schools Report Varying Results in […]

NutriFusion® & Amazing Grains Form Partnership

Organic Sourced Food Ingredient Manufacturer, NutriFusion® Announces Agreement with Canadian Cereal Supplier, Amazing Grains NutriFusion®, a provider of natural nutrition and phytonutrient products for food manufacturers, today announced an agreement with Amazing Grains, a Canadian cereal supplier and mix blend food company. Amazing Grains is incorporating NutriFusion’s® whole organic, Non-GMO concentrated nutrient-rich food blend, GrandFusion®, […]