One of the best, and oldest, ways to liven up a dish or a meal is by adding a side-dish or table seasoning made with fermented food. Why fermented food? The benefits outlined by Dr. David Williams are encouraging validations for going on the fermented route: Traditional fermented foods assist in managing the balance of stomach acid production; act as digestive aids that help the body produce acetylcholine, provide benefits to diabetics; assist in inhibiting the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the body.
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Eating bugs is not a strange thing in Asian ergonomic landscape. But snacking on crickets and other crawling insects is more popular among Cambodians. In other Asian countries exotic foods are served in specialty restaurants, but in Cambodia, they are peddled in every corner of the country.
Starting your day with a big glass of green juice is a hot health trend, as these emerald blends can give you a big boost of important nutrients.
The Tom and Jerry is from the 1800s, and it’s a hot cocktail that’s good for colder weather.
How possible is crop-growing on Mars? Although the Matt Damon film 'The Martian' based on a novel by Andy Weir is riddled with plotholes and errors scientifically speaking, the fact of growing plants on Mars is actually not far-fetched. NASA scientists, in cooperation with International Potato Center (CIP), will experiment with growing potatoes under simulations of Mars-like conditions.
Americans are drinking at an alarming rate. In 2014, about 30,700 died because of alcohol-related conditions. This includes cirrhosis and alcohol poisoning.
Scientists from University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) are trying to discover the concept of the "internet of food."
The results showed that both the parents and children eating almonds have an increased result for their protein food, seafood, plant proteins and fatty acids, while they ate fewer empty calories.
Eating a moderate amount of almonds every day may enrich the diets of adults and young children, according to a new study.
Afraid to give your family a bug during Christmas dinner because of all the food recalls and health public announcements being posted everywhere? Well, here are a few things to remember for your family to have a clean and safe Christmas Eve lunch or dinner. And it all starts with your fridge.
Have you already planned your Christmas Eve dinner or lunch by making roast turkey, bacon wrapped lamb or chicken wings? And then you suddenly remembered that you have that one certain relative or friend that is vegetarian or vegan?
A recent firm press release from the Food and Drug Administration announced that the Swinomish Fish Company is recalling all salmon bacon catches due to a possible health risk.
With all of the food recalls and food borne illnesses popping up in almost every state in the United States, it's always best to start being clean and sanitary at home. Here are some tips that you can do to STOP food borne illnesses during the holidays.
The Philippines looks to study virgin coconut oil as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
Walmart kicked off its drone delivery pilot through a collaboration with the drone delivery company Flytrex.
Across the industrial spectrum, the number of organizations buying into technology related to the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to proliferate at an epic pace. Many companies have already realized the transformational advantages of the IoT.