DHH educates businesses on healthy eating

DHH educates businesses on healthy eating
AND ONE STATE OFFICIAL VISITED NEW ORLEANS IN THE HOPES OF EDUCATING BUSINESSES ON HEALTHY EATING… W-D-S-U'S DAMON SINGLETON HAS THE STORY ALL NEW AT SIX … The Secretary of the Department of Health and Hospitals …
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Ensuring Healthy Meals during the Summer Helps Kids Head Back to Class
Children who live in the Franklin Vista Apartments in Anthony, N.M., didn't have to walk far to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch this summer, thanks to Gadsden ISD Food Service Director Demetrious Giovas. He made sure children there were able to …
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Fresh Nation, HealthyCT team to promote healthy eating

Fresh Nation, HealthyCT team to promote healthy eating
Fresh Nation, a Stamford-based online marketplace for farmers markets, and HealthyCT, a nonprofit health insurance provider, recently launched a pilot program to promote healthy eating. HealthyCT is offering a 10 percent discount on goods and free home …
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Leane Brown's 'Good and Cheap' Cookbook Helps People On Food Stamps Eat
Imagine spending only four dollars on food…a day. Now, imagine maintaining a healthy diet on that same four-dollar-a-day budget. Sounds pretty difficult, huh? This is the challenge people on food stamps, or SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance …
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Grocery healthy eating tour Tuesday in Orchard Park
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Food Stamps: USDA Wants To Give Recipients Free Movie Tickets Encourage
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Pita Pit Celebrates Major Milestone: Brand Marks 500 Stores Open Worldwide


Coeur dAlene, Idaho (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

As a reflection of the growing demand for a healthier alternative to fast food, Pita Pit, a provider of deliciously convenient pitas, opened its 500th store worldwide on Saturday June 28, 2014. The international franchisors milestone store is located in Niagara Falls, Ontario; the same Provence that the brand first opened its doors in 1995. To date, Pita Pit has stores in 11 countries including United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom, Trinidad and Tobago, India, Brazil, Panama, South Korea and France.

When I rolled the first pita nearly 20 years ago, I envisioned the larger picture but never imagined that Pita Pit would become a globally recognized brand. Weve come such a long way and experienced outstanding growth in the past few years, and I couldnt be more proud to see the opening of our 500th store, said Nelson Lang, Founder of Pita Pit. Without the passion and dedication from our guests, franchisees, corporate team and staff, we would never have been able to reach this remarkable milestone.

After experiencing the most successful growth year to date in 2013, Pita Pit Inc. has increased its focus and enhanced the support for all of its franchisees across the United States. The recognition to equip its most valuable assets, the franchise owners themselves, with all of the support tools they need will help further expansion goals and yield the best customer experience possible.

When I opened my first Pita Pit franchise in Eugene, Oregon in 2000, I saw the innovation and the long term vision and knew I wanted to be a part of the growth. Reaching our 500th restaurant opening is a testament to Pita Pits mission of offering quality food and premium customer service to all those looking for healthier food options, shared Corey Bowman, President of Pita Pit Inc. Weve worked so hard to continue the momentum of our brands national and international growth, and were thrilled to be celebrating this occasion as a global company.

Pita Pit has found a niche in the marketplace by providing top quality, healthy and fresh fast food options among college campuses and cities. The brand offers diners a personally customized experience with their choice of freshly grilled meats, vegetables, zesty sauces and a pita rolled into a unique and delicious package.

Through the hard work from every one of our franchisees, we have been able to excel and become one of the international leaders providing healthy and fresh products to a growing number of Pita Pit fans around the world, Lang said. This is an incredible achievement for Pita Pit and we are thrilled to continue serving our pita fanatics as we add restaurants to new and existing markets globally.

ABOUT PITA PIT

Since opening its first restaurant in the U.S. in 1999, Pita Pit Inc. has continued to be one of the fastest-growing fast-casual restaurant franchises in the country. Offering a healthier and tastier alternative to traditional fast food, Pita Pits fresh, made-to-order pita sandwiches feature a variety of lean grilled meats, fresh vegetables, flavorful cheeses, and zesty sauces all rolled up in a unique and convenient package. The company was founded in Ontario, Canada in 1995 and Pita Pit Inc. was acquired in 2005 by the Coeur dAlene, Idaho-based Pita Pit USA. Now boasting 500 locations across 11 countries, Pita Pit is recognized as No. 1 in its category in Entrepreneur Magazines Franchise 500. Simply put, Pita Pit is Fresh Thinking and Healthy Eating. Learn more at http://www.pitapitusa.com.







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International Tree Nut Council Study Shows Potential Benefits in People with Type 2 Diabetes


Davis, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2014

Findings from a new study (i) published in Nutrition, Metabolism & Cardiovascular Diseases show that the fatty acids in nuts have the potential to help reduce the risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) in people with type 2 diabetes.

Researchers from the University of Toronto and St. Michaels Hospital in Toronto, Canada, found that incorporating about two ounces of tree nuts (almonds, Brazils, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, macadamias and walnuts) and peanuts into the diet of people with diabetes, was inversely associated with CHD risk factors and 10-year CHD risk. According to Cyril Kendall, Ph.D., co-investigator of the study, While a number of studies have shown that nuts can help reduce the risk of CHD and diabetes, no research to date has looked at the how nuts alter the fatty acid profile in people with diabetes and how this relates to cardiovascular health.

This study is a secondary analysis of the 2011 nuts and diabetes study (ii) by the same researchers. The original study was a 3-month parallel design with 117 non-insulin dependent adults with diabetes (men and women with a mean age of 62 years) who were all being treated with oral hypoglycemic medications. The subjects were randomized to one of three diets for three months. The first diet included a supplement of 75g (~2