The best 7 articles from the past week on fitness, exercise, health, nutrition, farming and modern agriculture. What you may have missed but what to know about!
Products Illegally Marketed as Dietary Supplements and Proposed Multi-Stakeholder Responses
Several putative explanations of the obesity epidemic relate to the changing food environment. Individual dietary macronutrients have each been theorized to be the prime culprit for population obesity
Over the last couple of decades, research has focused on attempting to understand the genetic influence on sports performance. This has led to the identification of a number of candidate genes which m
When the food industry funds nutritionists, critics say it subverts science to preserve its market.
India is “sitting on a volcano” of diabetes. A father’s effort to ban junk food sales in and near schools aims to change what children eat.
The human body makes tens of thousands of cellular proteins, each for a particular task. Now researchers have learned to create custom versions not found in nature.
From $20 loaves to five-volume masterworks, one of the world’s most basic foods is hitting new highs at restaurants, bakeries, and home kitchens.