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Full-fat dairy might be OK

September 10, 2018, 6:03am Health

Is butter back? Cheese? What about your whole-milk yogurt? Emerging research suggests that the answers to these questions are no, yes and yes — with some caveats. Read story

Sam Garrett and Lola of Grants Pass, Ore., are ready for Medford's In-N-Out restaurant to open Aug.

In-N-Out confirms plans for its next Oregon burger joint: Keizer

Sam Garrett and Lola of Grants Pass, Ore., are ready for Medford's In-N-Out restaurant to open Aug.

September 4, 2018, 9:56am Business

Eugene, Ore. — In-N-Out Burger — a California fast food chain with a secret menu and cult following — has finally confirmed plans to come to the Willamette Valley. Read story

Nature Valley drops ‘100% natural’ claim after pesticide lawsuit

August 24, 2018, 6:00am Business

General Mills Inc.’s Nature Valley bars will no longer bear the “Made with 100% Natural Whole Grain Oats” label, after the company settled a lawsuit by consumer groups alleging the snack contained glyphosate-a pesticide better known as RoundUp. Read story

Beware health marketing claims

August 20, 2018, 6:05am Health

Would you like to kick-start your metabolism and strengthen your immunity to diseases? Just eat fat-burning foods with immune-boosting ingredients, and drink alkaline water. Read story

You might not have to give up (lean) red meat, after all

August 13, 2018, 6:05am Health

These days, you never read social media posts or hear cocktail-party chatter in which people rave about their balanced, omnivorous diet. Instead, everyone seems to be following some sort of restrictive diet, whether low-carb, intermittent fasting or vegan/vegetarian. Red meat is about as popular as sugar. But that need not… Read story

Hummus is a healthful option to snack wisely.

Here’s how to incorporate healthier eating, in 5 steps

Hummus is a healthful option to snack wisely.

August 13, 2018, 6:05am Health

DALLAS — Like peanut butter and jelly, healthy eating goes hand in hand with movement. Here are five ways that Dallas-area nutrition pros suggest you incorporate the good stuff into your diet. They’re easy and seem small, but can make huge differences. Read story

This undated photo provided by Craig S. Kaplan shows the Rocket Espresso Cup, designed by Craig S. Kaplan and available at Shapeways.com. Consider a coffee-themed gift this holiday season to please your java-heads. (Craig S.

Seasonal food in quiet retreat in U.S., except for coffee

This undated photo provided by Craig S. Kaplan shows the Rocket Espresso Cup, designed by Craig S. Kaplan and available at Shapeways.com. Consider a coffee-themed gift this holiday season to please your java-heads. (Craig S.

August 12, 2018, 6:04am Business

It’s the middle of summer and farmers markets are a riot of colorful berries, stone fruit, and tomatoes. Read story

Navigate the bumpy ride to healthful eating

July 30, 2018, 6:05am Health

Feeding children can be a roller-coaster ride. Some days, children cruise along, eating most of what you serve. Then without warning, they take a dive and consume very little. This lasts just as long as you can cope, then they rise through a growth spurt to empty the refrigerator daily,… Read story

Artificial food coloring in cereal.

Research shows some food additives may harm children

Artificial food coloring in cereal.

July 30, 2018, 6:05am Health

Families should reduce exposure to synthetic chemicals found in food colorings, preservatives, and packaging materials as a growing body of research show they may harm children’s health, according to a policy statement and technical report from the American Academy of Pediatrics released online recently. Read story

Fruit juice for children? Not so fast

July 30, 2018, 6:02am Health

How much fruit juice should kids drink? Not very much. That’s the essence of the juice policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Read story