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Global Health and Wellness Food Market- Featuring Archer Daniels Midland Co., Danone SA, and Dean Foods Co. Among Others

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The health and wellness food market is poised to grow by USD 235.94 million during 2020-2024 progressing at a CAGR of over 8% during the forecast period.

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The report on the health and wellness food market provides a holistic update, market size and forecast, trends, growth drivers, and challenges, as well as vendor analysis.

The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current global market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The market is driven by the growing adoption of healthy eating habits.

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The health and wellness food market analysis includes distribution channel segment, product segment, and geographic landscapes. This

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Parents Less Aware When Their Children Vape Than When They Smoke

When parents set strict household rules regarding not using tobacco, their kids were less likely to start tobacco use. Just talking to kids about not smoking is very less effective.

‘Strict household rules about not using tobacco are the best way to prevent tobacco use among youth.


“We know that tobacco-free homes are a fundamental tool to help prevent smoking by kids,” stated corresponding and senior author Benjamin Chaffee.

“Tobacco use by kids is troubling, and dentists, like all healthcare providers, should be worried about preventing youth tobacco use,” Chaffee stated.

The smoking landscape has dramatically improved over the last decade, particularly among youth, for whom cigarette smoking has declined while electronic cigarettes use soared. Last year, over 1 in 4 high school students was vaping, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The study utilized data from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study to examine

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ADM spotlights six emerging health and wellness trends from gut health to immune function

Recent ADM OutsideVoice research shows that 77% of consumers intend to make more attempts to stay healthy in the future, and food and beverage manufacturers who successfully manage to balance consumer health concerns with affordability are most likely to win with consumers.

“This evolution is providing a unique opportunity for forward-looking food and beverage companies to bring a suite of trailblazing new products to market,”​ said Ana Ferrell, VP of Marketing, ADM.

1. Increased focus on gut health and immune function connection

Globally, 57% of consumers report being more concerned about their immunity as a result of COVID-19, according to ADM OutsideVoice research.

“As consumers strive to enhance their immunity, they are becoming more knowledgeable about how the human microbiome supports the immune system and overall wellbeing. Products containing probiotics, prebiotics and postbiotics can benefit the microbiome and are already gaining momentum in the marketplace,”​ said ADM in

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Gyms and fitness industry worldwide and in Jamaica buckles under COVID-19 effects

The fitness industry and gyms in Jamaica and across the world are buckling from the severe impact of COVID-19. This as membership and business activities continue to dwindle for these entities.

Speaking with the Business Observer, Nicholas Rizzo, fitness research director at RunRepeat in the United States, said that operators in the fitness industry globally has seen drastic declines since the onset of the pandemic.

“The entire landscape for how gyms operate has changed and major companies, corporations to small local gyms will have to adapt immediately,” he told the Business Observer.

Referring to the findings from an earlier survey done by his company among a sample size of 10, 824 gym members across 116 countries, 46.7 per cent of the respondents indicated that they would not be returning to the gym even after they were reopened in May. Key findings from that survey revealed that more than

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Dentists advise against participating in TikTok teeth filing challenge

BOSTON (NewsNation Now) — There are some TikTok challenges that are raising health concerns, and the latest one involves people filing down their own teeth.

In a TikTok video sent to NewsNation, you can see a teenage girl using a nail file to alter the appearance of her teeth.

“It’s been a strange year. We’ve been in quarantine. We are seeing people do things, DIY in quarantine, like now visits to salons to fix our DIY haircuts, but when it comes to altering our teeth, I absolutely don’t recommend that,” said Dr. Brittany Seymour.

Seymour is the global health discipline director and an associate professor at Harvard School of Dental Medicine

“No, don’t file your beautiful teeth!” said Seymour.

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Enjoy yummy, healthy fall flavors: Dr. Nina Radcliff | Latest Headlines

• Ginger, rich in health benefits, is often used to soothe upset stomachs and reduce nausea. It is also linked to brain function, possibly protecting against Alzheimer’s Disease. Ginger contains a component called gingerol that can help keep infections at bay.

• Nutmeg has been linked to reducing feelings of pain associated with strains, injuries and even arthritis. It also has impressive fiber content that can help promote healthy digestion.

• Clove, similar to cinnamon, is rich in antioxidants, including vitamin C, which can neutralize free radicals and benefit your health overall. Also, clove contains antimicrobial properties that can help keep bacteria at bay and promote oral health. Additionally, it also helps support healthy blood sugar levels and liver and bone health.

• Allspice, with anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antioxidant properties, can also help boost the immune system. Boasting significant copper and iron levels that are essential to red blood cells,

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Health and Wellness in a Pandemic

Kittens RescueTina shows us how you can rescue kittens that need a home

Big Pumpkin CarvingLori is with Jack the pumpkin grower and watches him carve the big pumpkin!

Good Day RewindSee what you missed on today’s show

Virtual Job and Internship FairTina talks with Sac State’s Career Center about their Virtual Job and Internship Fair coming up.

Question of the Day – 10/5Tina has today’s question: What arcade game were (or are) you really good at? And then we have a little time to kill until the end of the show…

Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Contest PreviewThe Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Weigh-Off is next week! Cameron Palmer, the Chairman of the Weigh-Off joins Cody to give us a preview, and how much it pays to the winner!

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Even as gyms partially reopen, fitness companies face an uphill climb

Face down in a prison yard, with bullets zipping over his head and a riot broiling all around him, Don Dickerson committed to start living a clean life that would make a positive impact on the community.

He’s made good on that promise, helping Fitness SF expand to eight gyms that promote physical and mental health in the Bay Area and serving on a series of nonprofit boards that provide amity in a variety of sectors.

But after 16-plus years as the director of operations and then vice president of Fitness SF, Dickerson can’t help but feel as though he’s been forced back to lying in the dirt as chaos surrounds him.

Like so many other businesses in San Francisco, Fitness SF is at a crisis point. If city officials do not start responding to the virus in a data-driven manner, the fitness industry will be nothing but a memory.

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Victoria Beckham’s hair stylist reveals the secret to healthy hair

Gallery: Bitten Nails Over Lockdown? Here’s 6 Nail Growth Polishes to Get You Back on Track (Women’s Health UK)

There are many things Victoria Beckham has that we’d like for ourselves: a fashion empire, a wardrobe full of coveted pieces, luxury homes around the world and one of the most handsome men in the world on her arm. And though many of those things are hard to emulate in our normal day-to-day lives, we can definitely take one aspect of her life into our own: her haircare.



Victoria Beckham sitting in front of a building: Celebrity Hairstylist to Victoria Beckham, Jason Collier, has revealed that the secret to healthy, celebrity-chic, hair is collagen.


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Celebrity Hairstylist to Victoria Beckham, Jason Collier, has revealed that the secret to healthy, celebrity-chic, hair is collagen.

Celebrity hairstylist, Jason Collier, who styles the locks of Beckham, has revealed the secret to healthy, glossy hair: collagen.

“Collagen can act as an antioxidant to fight cell damage, as studies suggest free radical damage to the cells

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