The US Food and Drug Administra-tion has finally unveiled proposed new food-safety regulations aimed at reducing the estimated 3,000 deaths annually from foodborne illnesses.
When Americans reach for a snack, its most likely to be fruit-though its a close call over more caloric choices.
Effect of curcumin on vascular activity equals that of exercise.
What exactly are chia seeds? They come from a plant in the mint family (Salvia hispanica L.) cultivated in Central and South America; the seeds were once a major food source for people in Mexico and Guatemala. In health-food stores and high-end supermarkets, youll find two varieties of chia seeds - creamy white and gray-black - which can be used interchangeably. Brown chia seeds are not fully mature.
Making sense of multivitamins cancer-prevention promise, heart-disease disappointment in recent findings.
Consuming too many carbohydrates could be bad for your brain, according to recent research linking high carbohydrate intake to greater risk of mild cognitive impairment.
Leafy greens were to blame for the greatest proportion of foodborne illnesses over a recent 10-year span.
Snack cakes, nachos and sugary sodas would be expelled from the nations schools under new regulations proposed by the USDA.
Americans rate of deaths from cancer is down 20% from its peak in 1991, according to a new American Cancer Society report.
PepsiCos announcement of plans to remove brominated vegetable oil (BVO) from Gatorade has cast a spotlight on the controversial beverage additive,