The 8 top best articles I found this week on food, fitness, health, and exercise that you may have missed but really want to know about!
Microbiome researchers had suggested that this variation begins with differences in our genes; but a large-scale study challenges this idea.
Diet is the hardest piece of the puzzle for most lifters and athletes. But these tips will lighten the load. Here's how to eat better with ease. (No endorsement to the supplements listed in the article)
You don't need that much protein, but having more than you need can help with health goals such as exercising, gaining weight, or losing fat. We look at the science and give you full recommendations..
Food labels began as marketing tool. Now they’re federally regulated. But are they giving consumers what they want?
That's the title of a new paper co-authored with Brandon McFadden at University of Florida and Norbert Wilson at Tufts that was just released in a special issue of Food Policy.
Whether you're buying a cheap or an expensive cut of steak, it's about how you're cooking it that's going to make the biggest difference.
Mustard has been popular for 6,000 years and that's not changing.
If you’ve noticed a positive change in food trends over the last 10 years, thank a millennial.