Diet Culture
What is Diet Culture? It involves weight stigma–a societal belief that people in larger bodies are less intelligent, more self-indulgent, and less deserving of respect. It involves Read more
Unconscious attention to food may explain weight regain after bariatric surgery
Among a cohort of adults who underwent weight-loss surgery, those with severe obesity before surgery showed a greater preconscious attentional bias response to food stimuli compared with Visit External
Nutrition GPA | Nutrition Over Easy
The Nutrition GPA® concept and quiz was developed as a self-help tool for those wanting to monitor and improve their eating habits and nutrition status. Recently featured by the New York Read more
Eating fruits and vegetables may lower women’s stress risk
New research finds that eating five to servings of fruits and vegetables daily may lower women’s risk of stress by more than a fifth. Source: Eating fruits and vegetables may lower Read more
FDA takes steps to improve ice cream production facility safety following inspections and environmental sampling efforts
“Inspecting food facilities and collecting and testing samples from the environment where foods are produced are two of the many ways the FDA works to better understand microbial Read more
8 TED Talks that basically equal an MBA
Lean back, open up your laptop, and put on your listening ears: we’ve outline the eight best TED Talks to improve your business skills. Source: 8 TED Talks that basically equal an Read more
A mysterious condition can make marijuana users violently ill, and it reveals a hidden downside to the drug’s growing popularity
Interviews with researchers, doctors, and patients with cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome reveal a severe and mysterious illness tied to heavy cannabis use. Source: A mysterious condition Read more
Is there any heat to the ‘healthy’ air fryer hype?
Air fryers use hot air to cook foods, with results similar to fried foods but with less fat content. But how healthy are they? Source: Is there any heat to the ‘healthy’ air Read more
How to use an air fryer, the miracle worker of kitchen tools
Wondering how to use an air fryer? Well, I’m about to tell you five ways that will make you want to elope with the trending kitchen device. Source: How to use an air fryer, the Read more
Mainstreaming marijuana culture
Chains, particularly those peddling indulgent fast food, have had an uneasy relationship with hemp. Certainly, many of these restaurants cater to the cannabis crowd. But for legal and Read more
Sit All Day at Work? Exercise Can Counter That
If your job keeps you chained to a desk all day, you might be able to erase the ill effects with regular exercise, a large new study suggests. Source: Sit All Day at Work? Exercise Can Read more
United States Food Loss and Waste 2030 Champions | US EPA
U.S. Food Loss and Waste 2030 Champions are businesses and organizations that have made a public commitment to reduce food loss and waste in their own operations in the United States by 50 Read more
ReFED: A Roadmap to Reduce U.S. Food Waste by 20 Percent
Find and share information on this website about proven solutions and innovative new approaches to reducing food loss and waste. Source: ReFED: A Roadmap to Reduce U.S. Food Waste by 20 Read more
One Short, Brisk Walk a Day May Keep Arthritis at Bay
Less than 10 minutes a day of brisk walking can help prevent disability in people with arthritis pain in their knee, hip, ankle or foot, researchers report. Source: One Short, Brisk Walk a Read more
How is Cassava Flour Made and Used? 
Native to South America, cassava is heavily relied upon as an energy source in Sub-Saharan Africa. Becoming a popular gluten-free flour alternative and thickener, cassava flour (aka tapioca Read more
Exercise Doesn’t Need to Be Intense to Yield Benefit
Among older women, regular light physical activity was associated with lower incidence of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and coronary heart disease (CHD), a prospective cohort study found. Read more
Scientists Define “Very Low Level” of Exercise That Lowers Risk of Death
A tiny, seemingly useless amount of exercise could have big impacts on heart disease and cancer risk, say scientists. In a report in ‘The British Medical Journal’, public health Read more
How Am I Really Supposed to Dispose of My Frying Oil?
Have you heard? The world’s sewers are headed straight for an aneurysm of hair and congealed fat. Caused by solidified cooking oils that pick up debris and expand, becoming enormous Read more
The Number of Calories You Burn Depends on the Time of Day, Say Scientists
  Calorie burning obviously depends on activity during the day, though the results of a recent experiment by scientists at Harvard Medical School indicate that certain times of the day Read more
The Evidence Points to a Low-Carbohydrate Diet
The Case Clinic is a series of 3 integrated CME case studies focused on the assessment, diagnosis & therapy for different therapeutic Read more