Online Health and Nutrition Store, WholeSoulNutrition.com, Launches Healthy Choices for Kids

Serving healthy snacks to children is important to providing good nutrition, supporting lifelong healthy eating habits, and helping to prevent costly and potentially-disabling diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity. Whole Soul Nutrition is excited about providing healthy choices for children to help them through their school day. The owners of Whole Soul Nutrition believe our children’s health should be at the forefront of everyday eating. As parents themselves, the owners know how hard it can be to juggle home, kids, careers, school, sports, etc. and still have to provide sound healthy snacks and meals for our families. In their commitment to providing natural nutrition, Whole Soul Nutrition has purposefully searched for healthy food products just for kids! Their selections are not only healthy but taste good and are the types of foods that kids love. The owners of Whole Soul Nutrition say, Healthy Choices for Kids is a win-win situation for everyone involved.
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In U.S., Less Than Half Look at Restaurant Nutrition Facts

Americans Who Pay a "Great Deal"/"Fair Amount" of Attention to Nutritional Information, by Key Subgroups, July 2013

Implications Although many large chain restaurants have already added nutritional information to their menus, less than half of Americans say they pay attention to this information. However, most Americans do pay attention to nutrition labels on packaged foods, which the federal government has required for 23 years. Americans’ level of attention to nutritional information in restaurants may increase as the practice of posting such information become more common. It is possible, though, that people are more flexible when eating out — and more likely to choose less healthy food options — than they are when deciding what to purchase at the grocery store. Regardless, paying close attention to nutritional information on food packages and in restaurants could be a successful tool for Americans in managing their weight and maintaining a healthy diet. But simply paying attention to nutritional information is not enough to lower obesity rates . Americans must also use what they learn from the nutritional information to make healthier choices.
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Global Medical Nutrition Market is Expected to Grow at a Steady Pace, Clocking a CAGR of 6.7 Percent During the Period 2012-2016

The acquisition is expected to boost Nestle’s presence in the Infant Nutrition market in China, since Pfizer had a major presence in that country. Commenting on the report, an analyst from the healthcare team said: “Vendors are leveraging their widespread distribution networks to increase their customer base. They are increasingly relying on online marketing and promotional activities to increase sales and brand equity. Through online marketing and promotional activities, more and more consumers are becoming aware of the positive health and nutrition benefits of probiotic products. Furthermore, online availability of medical nutrition products not only provides customers with easy access, but also helps vendors reduce their set-up, distribution, and operational costs.
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