With so many probiotics out there, whether in the shape of yogurt, yogurt based drinks, kefir, kombucha, kimchi, sauerkraut or capsules bursting with freeze dried cultures, it is fair to say we are spoilt for choice.
Being a parent can be a tough job when it comes to wanting to get your children to eat some healthy foods. So researchers from the U.S. decided to see if the act of preparing food caused children to eat more of it.
Just when you didn’t think food advice could become any more confusing, a new study from the University of Copenhagen has found a possible link between HDL cholesterol (aka the good one) and increased mortality.
If you like dark chocolate and want to lower your blood pressure, then this might be for you. Scientists from the University of Pisa have found that when olive oil is added to dark chocolate it can improve your cardiovascular risk profile.
When you think potatoes, would you think unhealthy? For chips and crisps sure, but surprisingly a paper published in the British Medical Journal found that potato prepared in many ways can lead to high blood pressure.
The world’s supply chain of omega 3 fatty acids is in trouble. We have reported on it a number of times in this blog. But a new project is underway involving in the University of Nottingham, CHAIN Biotech and Calysta, Inc. to produce it from a gas that we would…
That’s right, that wonderful strong smelling green stuff that helps keep your beer from going bad and gives it some great bitterness, flavour and aroma to boot may also be able to help against metabolic syndrome.