Are you concerned about
- Slowing the aging process
- Keeping your brain sharper
- Controlling your sweet tooth
- Maintaining muscle mass
- Cutting your cancer risk
The health choices you make right now will affect the quality of your life as you age.
You know it’s foolish to ignore words like “cholesterol”, “fiber”, “antioxidants” and “trans fat”. But you may be confused by conflicting medial reports, fad diet claims and the advice of well-meaning friends. How can you sort through all the available information on television, in magazines and on the internet? How can you make the right choices to lead a healthier – and happier – lifestyle?
Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter
From the research at the highly acclaimed Tufts University Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy comes the Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter.
For over 25 years, we have brought to light important information on the foods you eat and their impact on vitality, aging, disease prevention and weight control. I think you’ll enjoy our direct, no-nonsense approach to nutrition. Every issue, brings practical information you can use immediately.
Our readers have recently found out that it’s OK to “have another cup of coffee.” Discovered they can give eggs a second chance. Learned that sprayed-on cooking oils (such as Pam) are safe. Got the news that four 8-ounce glasses of water a day are sufficient.
Our goal is to give you a sensible, highly informed approach to healthy living, because we understand that making the right nutrition choices will help you feel better and live longer.
See for yourself how the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter can change your life and health for the better. Just click the link below to try our next issue, ABSOLUTELY FREE! There’s no risk involved. We’ll give you the opportunity to subscribe at a special introductory rate, but if you decide the Health Letter is not for you, just write cancel on the bill. The FREE issue is yours to keep.
Here's to your health!
David A. Fryxell
Managing Editor, Tufts Health & Nutrition Letter