Food and Health, Prevention

The rise in obesity in the US has led to an increase in fatty liver disease, including in children. Now a new study out of Texas A & M finds that a common compound in vegetables may help combat fatty liver disease. The research, published in Hepatology, showed how...
 

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It’s almost impossible to wrap our minds around the amount of food wasted around the world. The United Nations estimates that one-third of all food produced is wasted, which means over 1 billion tons of food is wasted each year. To better understand public perceptions and behaviors around food waste, the IFIC Foundation commissioned a ... Sustainable Foods: Good for Us, Our Wallets, and the Planet
Food and Health, Prevention

High blood pressure contributes to about 1,100 deaths each day. For that reason, and because high blood pressure is often without symptoms, it’s been dubbed the “silent killer.”
Cooking, Food and Health

Lots of useful dietary advice focuses on consuming more protein from plants and less from animals. However, not all protein sources are equally nutritious. In this post, we’ve taken some of the top plant protein sources and compared nutrition information across the board, so that you can make an...
Cooking, Food and Health

Quick question: mushrooms are vegetables, right? We find mushrooms in the produce section of the grocery store and the USDA includes mushrooms in the list of vegetable choices, but technically, mushrooms are fungi. Yet who wants to eat a fungus? Well, it turns out that mushrooms are great for...