Friday, November 12, 2010


I have been a subscriber to the Nutrition Action Healthletter for many years.  Ten newsletters are produced annually and cover a range of health topics.  It is published by The Centre for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) which is a non-profit health advocacy group.  CSPI advocates honest food labelling and advertising, safe and nutritious food and pro-health policies.  CSPI accepts no government or industry funding. 

The newsletter is usually about 15 pages in length and includes a number of regular columns.  It always has a feature article and the November 2010 edition has a feature story on foods and bone and muscle loss.  The article reviews what you can do to reduce your risk of weak bones and weak muscles.  Other regular columns include a one pager on recent research studies; a safe food report; an eating out survival guide; and, a back page split into two columns which highlights highly caloric/fat food and contrasting good nutritious food. 

I thoroughly enjoy reading this healthletter and would recommend it if you are looking for quick, easy to read material on healthy food and living.

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