Eat less, live longer.
The takeaway message is simple: eat less meat, especially beef.
“You are what you eat.”
It may be delicious, but it’s not good for you.
NaNaNaNa, banana to the rescue!
The filters they designed actually make the food even tastier.
It’s a whole new type of cookbook.
Lentils are good for your heart, researchers say.
There’s too much salt in our foods, and Chinese is no exception.
Perhaps we could learn a thing or two from these old lads.
The compound essentially tricks the body to burn fat instead of glucose for energy.
A right doesn’t necessarily mend a wrong.
What’s good for your heart is also good for your mind, science shows.
Not bad for one gene.
Don’t be so quick to say no.
A study found moderately drinking wine lowered risk of premature death more than exercising.
Bottom line: cut down on the processed foods.
The results showed that 21.5% of the slow-eating group was obese, compared to almost 30% of the normal-speed eaters and 45% of the fast-eating group.
Chemicals commonly used in non-stick pans or stain-free clothing might promote obesity.
Eating more legumes and less meat is one of the healthier, more environmentally-friendly things you can do.