In 2005 alone, Americans spent a staggering $60 billion on snack foods! Sugar and salt cravings are often blamed for snack attacks, but how can you stop them?
A group of women started smashing up a restaurant after McDonalds breakfast menu expired. It’s incredible what folks will do if they don’t get their McGriddles.
New evidence reveals that eating junk food causes lasting changes in your brain’s reward circuiting – an alteration that triggers obesity.
Are apple pie milky ways and chocolate covered banana cheetos a sign of how over-the-top our eating habits have become?
Exceeding the legal limit of a potent carcinogen and neurotoxin by up to a whopping 910 times, this favorite American snack is a walking time bomb. Find out how it and its close cousins may be jeopardizing your health.
“Breaking the foodopoly and fixing the dysfunctional food system requires far-reaching legislative and regulatory changes that are part of a larger strategy for restoring our democracy.”
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We all know our diet has a direct effect on how we look and feel. Now, surprising new research shows that mice develop a certain sexy “swagger” after eating probiotics. Does this apply to humans as well?
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Nutritional advice is often full of nonsense. Here are the top 11 “health foods” that are actually very harmful, along with the research to back it up.
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