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food preservation

How We Preserve Food: A Review of Current and New Food Preservation Strategies

A new review highlights different methods of food spoilage and the current strategies utilized around the globe for food preservation and processing. Food preservation, which...
food prices

Does Your Neighbourhood’s Food Prices Influence Your Diet?

We know food prices influence purchases, but little research has been done on whether neighbourhood food prices is related to overall diet quality. While physical...
leptin levels

How do Leptin Levels and Gene Variants affect Sensitivity to Sweets?

A study examined if salivary leptin levels and variations in sweet taste-receptor genes were involved in sweet taste sensitivity and satiety. Taste plays an important...
food benefit program

Do Food Benefit Program Incentives and Restrictions Influence Dietary Choices?

A study determined whether incentives and restrictions for healthy food purchases affect dietary purchases among low-income individuals using a food benefit program. Americans with lower...

UK’s Tax on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Aimed to Improve Children’s Health

Water and beverage consumption is an important, but generally under-emphasized, aspect of nutritional health. International health institutes, like the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA),...
stroke risk

Food Sensitivity

What is Food Sensitivity? Food sensitivity is also known as non-IgE mediated food hypersensitivity, non-allergic food hypersensitivity, or food intolerance. Food sensitivity is a reaction...
processed food

Regularly Eating Extremely Processed Food and Beverages May Raise the Risk of Future Obesity...

An original study establishes a link between the consumption of highly processed food products and future weight gain and obesity in middle-aged adults.   It is...
chronic inflammation

The Truth Behind Sugar Sweetened Beverages and Low-Grade Chronic Inflammation – July 20, 2016

Sweeteners like fructose, glucose and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) were experimentally determined to have the same effect on low grade chronic inflammation in...

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