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NIDDK

Food Portions: Choosing Just Enough for You

patients  weight loss  Food Labeling  nutrients  Losing Weight  food portions  trans fat  saturated fat  Healthy Weight  eating out  calories  Portion control  Diet Nutrition  Weight Management  Weight Control Health Living  weight control  maintaining weight  managing weight  serving  food serving 

For a healthy weight, learn to read a Nutrition Facts label, understand how portions and servings differ, and choose the right amount of food for you.

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NIDDK

Lactose Intolerance

digestive system diseases  symptoms  milk  therapy  patients  nutrition  diet  Digestive Diseases  Diagnostic Tests  Diarrhea  Food Labeling  Lactase  Lactase Deficiency  Calcium  Ethnic Groups  Digestion  Lactose Intolerance  vitamin D  gas  health professionals 

Read about symptoms and management of lactose intolerance, a condition in which you have digestive symptoms after you consume foods or drinks that have lactose.

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CDC

Preventing Chronic Disease | From Menu to Mouth: Opportunities for Sodium Reduction in Restaurants - CDC

public health  CDC  dietary  sodium  Food Labeling  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  public-private sector partnerships  restaurants 

Restaurant foods can be a substantial source of sodium in the American diet. According to the Institute of Medicine, the significant contribution made by restaurants and food service menu items to Americans’ sodium intake warrants targeted attention. Public health practitioners are uniquely poised to support sodium-reduction efforts in restaurants and help drive demand for lower-sodium products through communication and collaboration with restaurant and food service professionals and through incentives for restaurants. This article discusses the role of the public health practitioner in restaurant sodium reduction and highlights select strategies that have been taken by state and local jurisdictions to support this effort.

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