All of the environmental destruction, climate change, and pollution are not only problematic in their own right, but they're actually making food production more difficult and unpredictable.
The National Academy of Medicine will put together a panel of experts, who perhaps will understand that we need more of the right sort of science--the science of public health rather than biochemical/mechanistic/nutrition--to answer the real question: do we know that issuing these guidelines does more good than harm? If the answer to this question is "No," as I think it is, here's hoping the 2015-2020 version will be the last such set of guidelines issued.
Even small changes can make a big difference in reducing the disease burden.
As evidence of this idea, Oliver pointed to NPD Group surveys showing that the share of Americans who say they are dieting
Forty years ago, American diets were stocked with whole milk, canned cabbage and frozen plums. Now, Americans have more fresh
Is It Food, or Is It Foodiness? Well, Let's Go Back to the Prairie, Yet Again, and Discuss It With Laura
If you're working your pioneer tush off to survive, then that's what's on your mind, survival. Not, "Hmm, did I remember
The findings are based on data from 1,013 phone interviews conducted between July 7 and 10 of this year. Take a look at the
With our nutrition priorities now straight, it's time to optimize. Along with sharply reducing sugar consumption, one of many other things you can do to improve your daily diet is indulge -- or cultivate -- a taste for bitter flavors.