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    Health & Diet Foods in Laurel

    Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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    Business Listing   A Herbalife - Laurel, MD - Phone: (301) 498-9387

    Business Listing   Amber Valley - Laurel, MD - Phone: (888) 456-2623

    Business Listing   C V S/ Pharmacy - Laurel, MD - Phone: (301) 776-0664

    Business Listing   General Nutrition Center - Laurel, MD - Phone: (301) 604-4041

    Business Listing   Laurel Health Food - Laurel, MD - Phone: (301) 498-7191

    Business Listing   Rite Aid - Laurel, MD - Phone: (301) 776-5566

    Business Listing   Starlight International Distributor - Laurel, MD - Phone: (800) 673-3037

    Business Listing   The Vitamin - Laurel, MD - Phone: (240) 568-9100

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    Helpful Definition for: Health & Diet Foods

    Health & diet foods, in Laurel, refer to the foods or beverages prepared in a way that help a certain part of the body either to lose or to gain body mass. The modifications in the preparation method include: use of a low-calorie substitute instead of a high-calorie ingredient, baking instead of frying, addition of reduced-calorie ingredients, such as resistant starch or dietary fiber, to replace part of the flour. However, these health & diet foods have a lot of controversies regarding their usage. The most significant of such controversies are regarding the safety of using sugar substitutes that are used to replace sugar and the excessive use of digestible sugar or any macronutrient that would be stored in the body as fat.

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    By: Lee Ann Rush A bill that would prevent individual states from requiring that foods containing genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) be labeled as such has been introduced to the House of Representatives and may come up for a vote in the near future. This proposed legislation, known derisively as the Deny Americans the Right-to-Know (DARK) Act, would give the U.S. Secretary..