Another round of really interesting short articles on topics of interest to people who care about their health, fitness, wellness, and performance. Fitness pros, allied health pros, coaches, athletes, fitness nuts and foodies will be wise to take a look at these finds from the week.
We’re always game for a little healthy competition between coasts — especially when the emphasis is on “healthy,” literally.
What's black-and-white, clunky, and impossible for 90% of Americans to read? A standard nutrition label.
Next time you bite into a slice of watermelon or a cob of corn, consider this: these familiar fruits and veggies didn't always look and taste this way.
Packaged food manufacturers are trying to make food healthier by reducing salt and sugar, but a USDA report suggests the nutritional value has not improved.
I really hope these were just searches and not actually diets that were then followed by people. (Except #10)
Farmers around the world face many challenges protecting their crops from disease, pests, and even transportation. Discover how modern agriculture’s innovative technologies are helping farmers reduce losses.
Apparently people are showing up in the ER with nerve injuries from improperly cutting the pit out of an avocado. So now there's a cute new seedless variety.
A new study, led by the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture, gives the impression that a large-scale shift to organic farming would largely bring environmental benefits.