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Prices are increasing on sugary drinks sold in Seattle, due to the passage of a new law that went into effect on January 1, 2018. The Seattle soda tax aims to discourage consumers from buying high-sugar drinks that have been linked to diabetes, obesity and tooth decay, while raising revenue for nutrition programs. Seattle voters endorsed […]

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September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month, and it’s a great opportunity to learn healthy ways to promote healthy eating habits in children across America. Since implementing National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month in 2010, childhood obesity rates have actually stopped rising. However, 30 percent of American children are still overweight or obese. Childhood obesity puts […]

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The debate over whether schools should have vending machines has been lengthy and ongoing. Vending machines are a convenient and relatively inexpensive way to grab a bite to eat or something to drink to sustain students in between meals. With vending machines found in 43 percent of elementary schools, 74 percent of middle schools, and […]

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The demand for convenient access to healthy foods has taken an upward turn, as more and more people become interested in living healthier lifestyles and are becoming educated about what they should eat. At HealthyYOU Vending, we’re all about healthy choices and convenience. Our healthy vending machine system is completely geared toward healthier, natural and […]

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When it comes to managing diabetes, meal planning is important—and that includes snacks. Eating diabetes-friendly snacks can help control blood glucose and energy levels while managing hunger. American Diabetes Awareness Month is a great time to take control of your snacking. Diabetes is a metabolic condition that affects how the body either produces or uses […]

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Once again, California is at the forefront of the health revolution, this time with proposed legislation* of adding warning labels to soft drinks: The proposed warning label came on the heels of California’s obesity and diabetes epidemic, which has taken a toll on public health and healthcare costs. The label would be similar to those […]

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