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Smart Woman: Foods Nutritionists Never Eat

Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 (Ivanhoe Newswire) - "I won't eat cereal with food coloring and that's the truth," Amy Jamison Petonic, RD, tells Ivanhoe. "The one food that I tell people not to eat at all is going to be processed meats," says Dietician Tanya Edwards, RD. That' Full story

Post expects sales rose at least 4 pct in 3Q

Cereal maker Post Holdings Inc. on Thursday said it expects sales in its fiscal third quarter rose 4 to 7 percent from a year ago, helped by a recent acquisition. Full story

Fiber-rich grains tied to lower diabetes risk

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who eat a diet high in fiber-rich whole grains are less likely to develop diabetes or heart disease, according to a review of past studies. Full story

Jill’s 8 nifty gadgets for the summer

   TODAY contributor Jill Martin shows off a variety of fun summer items, including a beach bag that allows sand to pass through it, a purse that charges your smartphones, and a men’s grill apron that holds all their cooking tools.

Very Last Word: What's your favorite breakfast cereal?

   On Monday's Very Last Word, MSNBC's Ari Melber and Krystal Ball talked about their favorite kinds of breakfast cereal.

Jane Lynch goes from ‘Glee’ to crying nightly in ‘Annie’

   Actress Jane Lynch of “Glee” discusses her role as Miss Hannigan in Broadway’s “Annie” and takes time to play a trivia game with TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.

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  click3: Ryan Gosling won't eat his cereal

An online short featuring children tasting strange food for the first time goes viral; Deadspin creates a map pinpointing each state's highest paid public employees-- the majority of them are football coaches; and the latest in Ryan Gosling memes: a series of Vines demonstrating how Ryan Gosling won

  New meme: Hey girl, keep your cereal to yourself

Actor Ryan Gosling has a new starring role in director Ryan Henry’s series of six-second videos created with the Vine app. They show the director trying to feed the actor cereal, and Gosling having one of it.

  New cereal claims you’ll crave sex after breakfast

WTVJ’s Justin Finch takes a look at a new breakfast cereal, being marketed to folks in Florida, which claims to be an all-natural aphrodisiac.

  Which packaged foods are actually good for you?

Deciding which foods to buy at the grocery store can be tough, but expert Miranda Van Gelder visits the Fourth Hour to reveal the healthiest packaged foods on the market, including snacks, frozen dinners and soups.

  Jaleel White on life after Urkel

Actor Jaleel White portrayed America’s favorite nerd, Steve Urkel, on the ‘90s sitcom “Family Matters.” Now, he’s the host of SyFy’s reality show “Total Blackout” and he challenges TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb to a blindfolded game.

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