Bottom line: cut down on the processed foods.
Eating more legumes and less meat is one of the healthier, more environmentally-friendly things you can do.
Eat your greens!
If you want to do the environment and yourself a favor, just eat healthily. There will be fewer emissions and less land use.
Dibs on the last slice.
Eating plants doesn’t necessarily make you healthier, but eating the right one certainly does.
Thought you’re safe with sugarless drinks? Think again.
I don’t need any food, the universe feeds me. Yeah…
It’s all about having a balanced diet.
Bite into this study.
Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa has started a new project where he monitored everything he ate during a year and made a work of art out of it.
They’re just as – if not even more – delicious.
If you want to grow some food from scratch… you need Finnish researchers.
For 3 in 10 people, coffee brings much more than just a morning buzz – it brings a bowel movement.
Adding extra-salt may make food tastier, but it can also has a negative effect on your health. With that in mind, Japanese researchers have invented a fork that creates a salty taste in your mouth at the press of a button, by releasing an electrical current which stimulates the tongue. Salt has long been associated with blood pressure, an increased risk of
Food packaging does influence the amount of calories consumed, a new study found. By showing portion sizes much larger than recommended, the pictures on various product’s packaging could make it difficult to eat healthy. Extras such as toppings or frosting on cakes are also usually not taken into account on nutritional labels, exacerbating the problem.
Scientists at the Georgia State University, Georgia Regents University and Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center found that the brain uses sweet foods to form the memory of a meal. The paper shows how the neurons in the dorsal hippocampus — a part of the brain that is critical for episodic memory — are activated by consuming sweets.
Let’s try again: Imagine you could grow your food at home, year-round, using a futuristic aquarium/garden system!
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has found that a breakfast rich in protein can help to prevent unhealthy snacking in the evening.