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Nurish Brands (aka, FEEL®) was recently recognized as an Industry Leader by Corp! magazine as part of their 2015 Food & Agriculture Awards. Industry leaders are leading food, beverage, restaurant and agricultural companies located in Michigan that are having a positive effect on the state economy through growth/expansion, sales, production, market share or employment.

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Is Coffee a Health Food?

There's mounting evidence that coffee drinkers, compared to nondrinkers, are less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease and dementia, along with fewer cases of certain cancers, heart issues and strokes. It seems like there's much more good news than bad news, in terms of coffee and health.

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Many of us drink soda. Some drink more than others. Yet most regular soda drinkers are aware that soft drinks are bad for the health. Giving up soft drinks can be one of the best things you can do to improve your health. Read more...

If you want to “feel” like you're drinking a healthy, flavorful beverage made in Michigan, look no further than the FEEL brand of “anti-energy, energy” drinks from Royal Oak-based Nurish Brands.

Read full article: http://www.theoaklandpress.com/health/20150309/royal-oak-based-nurish-brands-offers-feel-good-energy-drinks

Fueled by increased scrutiny and criticism about the energy drink category, nearly six in 10 Americans who are current consumers of the products say that they're concerned about potential health risks associated with the highly-caffeinated beverages.

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Americans swallow a whopping 13 percent of their daily calories from added sugars. That adds up to about 130 pounds per year. Break that down to the daily level, and we're way over the limit, downing the equivalent of 22 teaspoons of added sugars a day. Read more...

Fruit juices and smoothies may represent a new risk to our health because of the amount of sugar the apparently healthy drinks contain, caution the US scientists who warned consumers about corn syrup in soft drinks a decade ago. Read more...

Veterans of the "tobacco wars" want energy drink companies to stop marketing their products to children, a trend they likened to covert marketing once used by the cigarette industry. Energy drinks can contain large amounts of caffeine as well as other stimulants. Health experts have warned that excessive consumption, especially among children, can be unsafe. Read more...

A ruling blocking New York’s ban on large sodas was upheld by an appeals court, which said the city’s Board of Health failed to act within the bounds of its authority when it approved the plan.  A unanimous panel of the New York State Supreme Court’s Appellate Division upheld a previous ruling striking down the city’s plan to cap the size of sugary soft drinks sold in restaurants, movie theaters, stadiums and arenas at 16 ounces a cup. Read more...

A new report  suggests that artificially sweetened beverages may alter the body's metabolism, pointing out that  such sweeteners affect the way the body processes regular sugars. Read more...