healthfulness healthfulness


  • (n) the quality of promoting good health


  1. Chefs say one key reason to poach is the healthfulness of Japanese cuisine.
  2. They indicate their willingness to put their heads in a lion's mouth of uproarious dispute by comparing the healthfulness of Florida's sunshine with California's.
  3. You even seem to question the healthfulness of a major group of highly nutritious foodstuffs, including meat, eggs, dairy products and seafoods.


  • Government Bans Junk Food, High Calorie Drinks from Schools

    For years, school lunches have been criticized for their lack of nutrients and high amount of sugar and salt. But now, everything may change. The Agriculture Department on Thursday said it would implement new rules regarding school lunches, requiring all foods sold in the nation's schools to be monitored for healthfulness. Things like high-calorie sports drinks and candy bars will be removed ...
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Opposing Views


  1. Seldes called them "merchants of death" financing "patriotic organizations" promoting "imperialism (and) colonization - by means of war..........the healthfulness of their business depends on slaughter. The more wars (they got) the richer the...
    on Dec 28, 2007 By: George Seldes Source: Palestine Chronicle

  2. "We found that as the expiration dates approached or went by, the panelists' acceptance of the food diminished, as did their perceptions of the food's healthfulness and freshness," said Brian Wansink, a Cornell professor of marketing and of...
    on Aug 22, 2006 By: Brian Wansink Source: Newswise (press release)

  3. "You want to set up almost a competitive environment where the states will strive to improve upon the healthfulness of their populations, and that will result in less costs for the states at the acute level," Thompson said, adding, "And as...
    on Aug 3, 2006 By: Tommy Thompson Source: Kaiser

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