A review of existing research finds people who get more fiber in their diets are less likely to have a stroke, compared to people who get less.
The recently released 2010 Dietary Guidelines identifies fiber as one of four nutrients of concern, noting most Americans fail to get enough in their daily diet. New reserach commissioned by the Kellogg Co. might help explain why. Nearly 20 percent of Americans incorrectly believe that meats, seafood and dairy foods are a good source of fiber and nearly one in 10 even thinks water provides the nutrient.
If you’re looking for some help with weight control this holiday season, a Detroit-based company based on Wayne State University research may have the answer. Mirafit fbcx is the name of the product, and it’s […]
Grand Rapids-based US Signal announced that it is significantly expanding its long-haul fiber network in Southern and Central Illinois, the St. Louis, Mo. area and southern Indiana. The announcement continues the company’s expansion into Illinois, […]