What if a person can use 100 percent of the brain's full potential? Can the world finally see the first breed of superhumans? Recently, a smart drug is being sold commercially and is dubbed as the "Vigra of the brain" because research says that it can unlock more than 10 percent of the brains capabilities
March 20 marked the special day of a new sweet tooth couple in town
A new study suggests that the results recorded and displayed by the fitness devices may not be as truthful, compared to manual calorie counting and other methods.
In A study conducted by Emma Boyland, The American Council of Science and Health said about 43 percent of the respondents in their study said, they can never be persuaded to buy frozen food again. With more modern technology aiming to further prolong the shelf life of fruits and vegetables, more people are asking, are frozen foods good for you?
In a pioneering move, two Austrian entrepreneurs, Katharina Unger, 25, and Julia Kaisinger, 28, have developed a novel device that helps to breed protein-rich mealworms in the comforts of one's home and subsequently eat them.
Chemical lab at Iggesund, Sweden, used chocolate to analyze packaging materials.
Is there any difference between animal and plant proteins? They’re called “proteins,” after all, right? Wrong. Find out why there’s a need to understand animal and plant proteins as they enter our body through the food we eat.
Maple syrup production is now largely developed in Vermont. Back in the day, maple syrup was just a side venture helping citizens to pay taxes. Today, with the increased demand for alternative sweeteners, large companies and corporations are investing in the Vermonts and maple syrup production.
According to the National University of Singapore's (NUS), its team of food scientists is partnering with a local food manufacturer called Y G C Group (S) Pte Ltd to launch its new healthy and tasty seaweed drink.
Cultured butter, also known as sweet cream butter, is considered premium by today's culinary standards. It is very nutritional which has live micro-organisms and "healthy fat" compared to normal butter. It is made by adding live bacteria to cream before churning. The good news for health buffs is that this premium cultured butter can easily be made at home.
The study supports evidence suggesting that Neanderthals were omnivorous.
There is a new piece of wearable technology developed in the University of Buffalo. It's not your typical smart watch or smart band but a "smart necklace". It can track your food intake by the sound you make.
Seaweed is now known as a rich source of protein, according to the Institute of Food Technologists
Stillhouse Original Moonshine is not your typical whiskey in a bottle
Welcome to the future because science can now produce meat balls from lab-enhanced beef cells.
Soups are a classic choice for warming up on a cold winter's night. We don't often appreciate its value as summer fare, though. However, there's actually some fantastic soups perfect for the lighter, warmer season.
Most people love an order of fries, but how they enjoy those fries does indeed vary. Whether skinny or thick, spicy or curly or covered in truffle salt or a mix of herbs, it's a sure hit at any dinner table. Even the most classic of fun favorites though can be improved upon and some spots around the country are doing exciting things with their fries!
Rosé wine is made in almost every region in the world, from many different grape varieties. And rose-colored wine is produced in a sweet, dry, sparkling, and even fortified style. Yet the classic style of dry rosé wine from Provence sets the trend that many other wine-producing regions around the world want to emulate.
Dominique Ansel moved from Paris to New York City to work at Daniel Boulud's French flagship Daniel as the executive pastry chef, a position he held for 6 years. Fast forward 15 years later, and Ansel has become a household name after the invention of a certain croissant-donut hybrid, and his namesake bakery has expanded beyond SoHo to include branches around the world.
As if you ever really need an excuse to order a piña colada, today is National Piña Colada Day, so go ahead and order that creamy, sweet, cocktail-meets-dessert libation that is best served on a sunny, tropical beach somewhere exotic.
The cold brisk wind whips through the streets on an early spring evening in Prague. As temperatures hover around freezing, only one dish warms the soul this evening. Upon opening the door to Krčma the smell of comfort greets us like warm blanket-braised meat, baking spices, simmering herbs, and fried potatoes.