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Do you ever wonder why some foods have that unique ability to make you lose track, lose control, lose concern, and always eat more than you ought?
Ever thought about trying a vegetarian diet for your cat or dog? It may not be as simple a choice as you think.
Adults who ate vegetables such as kale and spinach suffered considerably less cognitive decline than those who did not
More and more our later life is considered a meaningful and productive time. With all the planning and concern for what our retirement years should be, we must not forget the important role that nutrition plays in making our elder years as meaningful and happy as we expect it should be.
Peanut butter is a childhood favorite we can't resist. But there's more to it than meets the eye. It's time to examine this American tradition and its role in our thinking about diet and nutrition.
The rise in popularity of organic food has revolutionized how we eat and shop. But has it become a trend that strays from its original goals? An examination reveals the some troubling issues, stubborn myths, and the lost values that were once the organic movement.
Researchers claim that nitro fatty acids, formed when olive oil and vegetables are eaten together, are the key to the healthy Mediterranean diet. But such a reductionist approach to food and health is unhelpful
After making huge gains in beating child hunger, officials in Brazil face a greater challenge tackling an obesity epidemic
Carrot sticks vs. tater tots. Which will win in the school lunch battle to fight childhood obesity and poor eating habits? The stakes are high as the debate continues around this surprisingly complex topic.
What exactly are they? You eat them all the time. Are they good for you? Are they bad for you? Nutritious food? Medicine? Poison? An examination of this fascinating group of plants.
Don't forget your protein! Eating well in a vegetarian friendly world has never been easier, but beware the hidden pitfalls.
Tests have shown that what a woman eats during her pregnancy is easily detectable in her amniotic fluid, and the foetus develops a taste for familiar flavours
Action on Sugar is keen to make the public aware of the dangers and for manufacturers to face regulation
A hit in the kitchen thanks to its pungent kick, mustard once lived in the medicine cabinet ...
Weekly portion of salmon or other oily fish said to dramatic decrease chances of developing chronic inflammatory disease
Michiko Ono and Masaru Nishimori are both in their 80s, have never suffered a serious illness and deal with the Japanese capital's city heat better than their interviewer
The dangers of salt are well known, but a new study shows that you can reduce the chances of a stroke by eating more potassium
Government advice is that you should use just half a pinch of salt a day. But the only people who appear to pay any attention to this are those with cooking shows on TV
A predominantly processed-food diet at the age of three is associated with a lower IQ at the age of eight and a half
Breakfast reduces risk by a factor equivalent to exercising two or three times a week compared with not exercising at all