Factory animals are pumped full of antibiotics to make them gain weight. What does that mean for our waistlines?
Food safety advocates are launching one final effort to stop the FDA from approving genetically modified salmon. But with the final hurdle fast approaching, frankenfish could be heading to your plate very soon.
A comprehensive new study calls popular energy drinks "a rising public health problem" that's sending more and more people to the emergency room.
Computer scientists at IBM are hoping to create a digital culinary genius that will be able to generate recipes that taste good and don't add to our waistlines.
That Greek salad can reduce one's chances of getting chronic diseases and ailments linked to memory loss, according to a massive new body of research.
Winter farmer's markets are popping up all over the country, offering baked goods, crafts, and of course, beautiful produce as well.
Your zodiac sign often reveals a lot about your personality. But can it also give you insight on what to eat?
From the worst drought in half a century, to the fight against GMOs, to disgusting revelations about pink slime, this was quite a year in the world of food. Here's a look at some of the biggest stories of 2012.
President Obama has so far declined to spend his political capital and on more than one occasion has taken Monsanto’s side. He has treated the food movement as a sentiment rather than a power, and who can blame him?
Can’t get rid of that extra belly fat no matter how hard you try? It may be caused by wheat belly, pro-inflammatory visceral fat that promotes disease. Learn how to heal the gut and prevent inflammation caused by belly fat.
Here are 10 simple, smart, and inexpensive ways you and your family can shorten the length and severity of a cold or flu by increasing the strength of your virus-fighting immune system.