While some moules et frites (mussels and fries) sounds delicious, the dish probably wouldn’t be as appetizing if every other bite had plastic in it.
The ultra-trendy spice is popping up in everything from lattes to soups—here are a few practical ways to add it to your meals
A new study found that eating greens can protect against memory loss
People who eat leafy green vegetables every day may maintain a sharper mind as they age, a new study suggests.
A good night’s rest is essential to great health. Want to improve your sleep? Try eating more fish, a new report suggest.
Another year is in the books! And with it, many thousands of new research studies. Here are five important lessons we learned about nutrition, as we scoured the research for you:
1) The sugar industry continues its hijinks
A study dating from December of 2016 suggests that industry-funded sugar research may be more likely to show favorable results for sugar. This confirms something you probably already knew as an Examine.com reader, which is that published research isn’t necessarily true just because it’s peer-reviewed.
As we celebrate our 5-year anniversary, we thought it would be fun to look back at the last 5 years in research.…
Low-carb. Red meat. Sugar. Paleo.
Those are complex topics, but you might not be able to tell from all the frenzied and simplistic arguments on either side.
Up to one-third of the world's dementia cases could be prevented by addressing factors such as education, hypertension, diet, hearing loss and depression over the course of a person's lifetime
Ever heard of the 250,000 cotton farmers in central India who took their own lives after being manipulated by promises made by Monsanto? Monsanto claimed to be able to put an end to famine and promised unheard of riches and crop prosperity if the farmers would switch from their conventional farming methods to the use of GM seeds. Many farmers had to borrow money to purchase these seeds, and after several failed harvests, they were left with no income and out of control debt.