All posts tagged with Food
10/03/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

The announcement that McDonald’s is switching to organic apple juice in its Happy Meals sounds like great news on the

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-10-03-mcdonalds-to-start-serving-organic-apple-juice-in-kids-happy-meals-but-its-made-by-coca-cola.html

10/02/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is one of the most abundant antioxidants. It’s necessary for cellular health and

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-10-02-vitamin-c-found-to-sharply-reduce-cardiovascular-mortality-in-latest-study.html

09/30/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Supplementing with agave extract can lead to better gut health and even weight loss, claim the researchers behind a new

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-30-agave-fiber-found-to-improve-gut-health-help-maintain-healthy-weight.html

09/28/2017 / By Lance D Johnson

Here I was, strolling up to a cancer fundraising event for a relative I hardly knew. I heard the sounds

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-28-groundbreaking-study-reveals-20-of-all-deaths-caused-by-junk-food-and-toxic-food-ingredients.html

09/28/2017 / By S.D. Wells

In today’s health world, conflicts of interest abound, such as the meat and dairy industries trying to show that animal

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-28-what-the-health-documentary-film-draws-heavy-criticism-from-quacks-that-shill-for-the-meat-dairy-and-pharmaceutical-industries.html

09/27/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson
Lump of Sugar

Results of a small study concluded that habitual use of artificial sweeteners can dampen the body’s response to glucose. Researchers

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-27-artificial-sweeteners-raise-the-risk-of-type-2-diabetes-new-study-confirms.html

09/27/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Hang on to that bag of coffee beans in your kitchen: a team of researchers estimated that the coffee-growing regions

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-27-predicted-decline-in-coffee-production-may-be-thwarted-if-they-save-the-bees-first.html

09/26/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

A recent study out of New Zealand has found an inverse relationship between the levels of vitamin C in a

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-26-vitamin-c-deficiency-found-to-promote-type-2-diabetes-and-obesity.html

09/25/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Many people who are trying to lose weight discover that sweets are their weakness, so they turn to artificial sweeteners

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-25-confirmed-artificial-sweeteners-raise-the-risk-of-type-2-diabetes.html

09/24/2017 / By Russel Davis

Drinking beetroot juice may help attenuate muscle damage following strenuous physical activities, British scientists revealed in a recent study. As part

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-24-beet-for-muscle-recovery-scientists-reveal-how.html

09/24/2017 / By JD Heyes

The first experience I had with “purple” potatoes was earlier this summer when my bride and I had several Army

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-24-purple-potatoes-may-cut-your-risk-of-developing-colon-cancer-and-inflammatory-bowel-diseases-new-research-says.html

09/23/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

According to researchers from the University of Tasmania, taking two-week-long breaks between dieting is the key to greater weight loss.

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-23-lose-weight-by-quitting-your-diet-for-two-weeks-experts-discover-boosts-metabolism.html

09/21/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

If you’ve ever wondered why you can’t get the same results your friend did by following a healthy diet, the

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-21-can-you-really-lose-weight-if-you-go-on-a-healthy-diet-a-fecal-sample-may-hold-the-answer.html

09/21/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The more low-fat dairy a person consumes in a day, the greater their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, claim researchers

http://www.foodscience.news/2017-09-21-low-fat-or-skimmed-milk-found-to-raise-the-risk-of-parkinsons-due-to-lack-of-full-spectrum-fats.html