McDonald’s is testing a vegan burger. Here’s what it’s like.
Study compiling data from every country finds people are living longer but millions are eating wrong foods for their health.
New research reveals daily dose of just 375g of fruit, vegetables and beans are sufficient to reduce risk of stroke, heart disease or premature death, and could help low-income consumers.
New research suggests artificial sweeteners often found in diet sodas may increase your risk of stroke and dementia while also leading to weight gain.
A concentrated broccoli extract taken daily helps people with type-2 diabetes reduce blood glucose by 10 per cent – lowering their risk of other complications
A team of researchers from four American universities says the key to reducing harmful greenhouse gases (GHG) in the short term is more likely to be found on the dinner plate than at the gas pump. The team, headed by Loma Linda University (LLU) researcher Helen Harwatt, PhD, suggests that one simple change in American eating habits would have a large impact on the environment: if Americans would eat beans instead of beef, the United States would immediately realize approximately 50 to 75 percent of its GHG reduction targets for the year 2020.