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Fish oil and omega-3 fats

 

How to be safer with your supplements.

By Helen Kollias
  

Everyone knows that fish oil is awesome. It’s full of omega-3 fatty acids, which do so many fantastic things in the body.

However fish oil has come under fire. Some claim that it could be hurting instead of helping us. That we’re consuming too much. That we’re in danger.

In today’s article, we’ll review the latest research paper that’s confused and bewildered many people. And we’ll help you make sense of the controversy.

[Note: We’ve also prepared an audio recording of this article for you to listen to. So, if you'd rather listen to the piece, click here.]  Read more...

From Potatoes To Salty Fries In School: Congress Tweaks Food Rules

 

DECEMBER 10, 2014 5:41 PM ET
 
ALLISON AUBREY
When it comes to salty french fries or pizza served at lunch, schools may get more time to dial back sodium content, thanks to a provision in the federal spending bill headed for a vote on Capitol Hill.

When it comes to salty french fries or pizza served at lunch, schools may get more time to dial back sodium content, thanks to a provision in the federal spending bill headed for a vote on Capitol Hill.

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The gargantuan budget bill that lawmakers on Capitol Hill are expected to vote on Thursday does more than dole out federal dollars to keep the government running.

It also tweaks federal nutrition rules. Read more...

The Truth About Home Cooking

The Truth About Home Cooking from MarkBittman.com

Just two generations ago, preparing meals was as much a part of life as eating. Now we’ve given up what is perhaps our best excuse to get together and spend time with the people we love—mealtime—and someone else stands at the stove. We’re either watching cooks on TV like we would a spectator sport or grabbing grub, bagged, and eating it alone and on the go.

Read the rest of this article in the October 20, 2014 issue of TIME.