The unwanted extras in your morning filter coffee New research examines chemical leaching into coffee from filter coffee machines and electric kettles. The alarming results suggest that caffeine consumption is not all we have to worry about in our coffee culture.
Healthy' foods differ by individual Ever wonder why that diet didn't work? A new study tracking the blood sugar levels of 800 people over a week suggests that even if we all ate the same meal, how it's metabolized would differ from one person to another. The findings demonstrate the power of personalized nutrition in helping people identify which foods can help or hinder their health goals.
Moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy do not harm baby's IQ Women drinking and eating moderate amounts of caffeine during pregnancy should be reassured that they are not harming their child's intelligence.Food industry can help lower cardiovascular diseases by adding little seaweed to products Adding seaweed to processed foods such as frozen pizzas, hot dogs and dried pasta will reduce cardiovascular diseases, concludes a new scientific article. One suggestion is to replace 5 percent of the flour in pizza dough with dried and granulated seaweed.