New ‘brain training’ game could help you wean off of excess added sugar

Sweet, sweet research.

Ancestral shift in diet may have changed human speech as well

Softer food gave humans an overbite that made it easier to produce “v” and “f” sounds.

Write it when you bite it: logging food for just 15 minutes a day may be the most effective weight loss hack

Nobody likes keeping track of the food they ate but it doesn’t a lot of time at all and the results speak for themselves.

Neanderthal diet revolved around meat, new study finds

Caveburgers, anyone?

The planetary diet: here’s what you need to eat to save the planet

Want to stay healthy and save the world? Here’s how.

There’s no such thing as an ideal diet, new study suggests

Eat more fibers, less energy dense foods, and you’ll probably be alright.

What are carbs? Are they ‘good’ or ‘bad’?

There are many misconceptions surrounding carbohydrates. Let’s have a look!

You burn more calories in the afternoon than in the morning

A story about metabolism, circadian rhythms, and calories.

One of our extinct ancient relatives developed a chewing pattern unique among primates

We don’t know why they did so.

Back to Basics: 5 Weight-Loss Diets and How Difficult They Are to Sustain

It does take a lot of willpower — but the results are often worth it.

3 out of 4 black adults have cardiovascular problems by the age of 55

The best thing to do is to stick to a healthy diet and be physically active.

Ancient jawbones hint at ancient humans’ diet

It’s all about the dried meat and seeds.

Weight gain is mostly controlled by what you eat — not genetics

This is good news, because it means we can change things.

Healthy diet may prevent brain shrinkage in older adults

Eating a balanced diet of fruits and veggies staves of brain aging and cognitive decline.

You can now add pasta to your list of healthy diet foods, study suggests

Researchers discovered that pasta didn’t contribute to weight gain or increase in body fat.

Healthy food significantly improves major depression symptoms, new study finds

“You are what you eat.”

In Victorian Britain, poor rural areas had the best diet and health

Perhaps we could learn a thing or two from these old lads.

We owe the shape of our jaws, at least in part, to our ancestors’ love of cheese

Cheese — it literally made your bones what they are.

Modern humans might’ve killed off the Neanderthals by eating all the mammoth

Dibs on the last slice.

Vegetarian diet found to be twice as effective at reducing weight

You might not like it, but that’s just the way things are.