Not all calories are created equal. Your body processes calories from certain foods differently, depending on whether or not the food (and its ingredients) are nutrient-rich or nutrient-poor. Kelly Ho...
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Cow's milk is declining in popularity, giving rise to a number of plant-based alternatives. But are they good for health? Just this week, a study by University of Surrey researchers revealed that most...
Aphrodisiacs have been around since the dawn of time. If there's a foodstuff that has a reputation as a sexual enhancer, people are going to try it. But do they really work, or are we just fooling our...
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Take notes! You may be wasting your money.
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Chances are, there's more than just milk in your carton. If you take a look at the ingredients on your milk jug, you'll likely see vitamin D listed, even if the milk doesn't advertise that it's been f...
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Eat yourself to good health.
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Eating less sugar and more vegetables and fish might reduce inattention and impulsivity, new research suggests.
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Make 2017 the year you try new things.
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Crucial stuff for this time of year.
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It’s not clear if these findings also apply to women.
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Step away from the chips.
A protein found in foods like spinach and kale may prevent cognitive decline.
Yes, we're talking tacos.
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Just another reason to love mushrooms.
We could all use a little boost.
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Does craving chips indicate that your body needs salt?
Lethargy, acne and constantly getting sick can all be symptoms.
How to make the switch healthy and sustainable.
They shouldn't replace proper nutrition.
Plus why seasonal eating is better for you (and your wallet).
We explore if vitamins in the veins are effective or a gimmick.
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It just depends on how you cook them.
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If you've been avoiding your microwave like the plague after a friend told you it kills every nutrient in sight, there's good news. Your microwave is not the devil. It's been said that microwaving kil...
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We all know how great vegetables are for our health (regardless of how much we might dislike them). They contain important vitamins, minerals and fibre, and a diet rich in both vegetables and fruit ma...
Zinc, magnesium, cyanocobalamin, iron, potassium. They might seem like foreign, chemistry elements, but making sure we consume enough of these nutrients is incredibly important for our bodies to funct...
When bacteria sneak into your body, it's the immune system that notices something is amiss. New research by an Australian team spanning three universities has discovered one of the ways the immune sys...