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The Not –So- Sweet Truth about What You’re Drinking

December 4, 2015

By Liz Aziz, PharmD Student Cedarville University School of Pharmacy Many Americans have grasped the warning on excessive sugar intake. The problem is, these sugary calories often creep into the average American’s diet through drink, not food. Sugary drinks have already been tied to an increased risk of Type 2... View Article

Skipping Breakfast: Do the Benefits “Outweigh” the Risks?

October 16, 2015

By Vineeta Rao, PharmD Student Cedarville University You have heard the concept all over the news and social media: Skipping breakfast leads to weight gain. Nutritionists and researchers have long speculated that when one skips breakfast, his hunger and lack of energy will cause a rebound-effect in which he will... View Article

Eat more, lose more?

November 18, 2014

By Stephanie Cailor, PharmD Student You have probably heard the common dietary recommendation that you should eat more fruits and vegetables as a part of a healthy diet. WebMD provides some simple diet tips including one that correlates specifically with this theme. They explain that by “eating more fruits and... View Article

Melting Away the Pounds: The Cold Facts

November 17, 2014

By: Sara Hill, PharmD Student As the holidays rapidly approach, more and more people start to think about losing weight for their family functions or maintaining their current weight throughout a food-laden season. However, despite the urge to snap up the first weight loss supplement that we hear advertised, we... View Article