News of an interesting product for all you fellow caffeine junkies out there. It seems that a café in Australia has come up with a coffee so strong, it’s half way to being lethal.
I’m not sure if you can envisage the same health benefits as drinking a daily yogurt, but can we get the health benefits of probiotics into our beers?
An innovative idea from Danish students for you today for what can be done with carrot waste.
A nice bowl of cereal to start your day is not only tasty but could also be a way to ward off type II diabetes, with a small hack.
It may state on the packet how much protein is contained per 100g, but how much does your body take up?
It is really difficult in this day and age to know what is meant to be good for you or not.
Reported yesterday on the website of the UK newspaper The Guardian, it would seem that the Europeans MEPS have only narrowly voted against banning phosphates in our food. Phosphates are used in kebab meat to apparently keep the meat juicy, but are they bad for our health?
Our beloved bananas are under threat from a fungus that attacks the roots of the plant causing the plants to wilt. But finally scientists have given the banana plant something to make it resistant to this “Panama disease”, a resistance gene from a wild banana.
…if you want to get the most carotenes and fat soluble vitamins out of it. Yes another month, another paper reaching the same conclusion as others we have reported on previously (Egg up that salad, avocado is for A) if you add some sort of fat to your salad, in…
If you are drinking milk alternatives such as soya, almond and oat milk instead of cow’s milk chances are you are not getting enough iodine.