Nearly a quarter of Latino children in the United States are
overweight, with those who consume lots of sugar- especially in
sugary drinks- running a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes,
according to a new study.
The much advertised 'obesity epidemic' does not exist, according to
new research that claims the disease is nothing but attempts by the
nation's weight loss industry to capitalize on public health
The heart health benefits of eating soy protein containing
isoflavones received a boost this week, when researchers from John
Hopkins University presented new research indicating their ability
to reduce two strong indicators for coronary...
With the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) poised to release a
risk assessment that is expected to declare food products derived
from cloned animals safe for the food supply, a new study has found
that these products would be...
Ingredients giant Cargill has launched a new line of sweeteners
designed to reduce the number of calories in frozen dairy desserts
and sweetened bakery products such as cake, muffins and brownies,
without altering the taste.