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Findings of a recent study published in "Natural Genetics" suggest that to a large extent one's health is dependent on what their parents ate. For instance, scientists have demonstrated that obesity induced by diet as well as diabetes can be inherited epigenetically by an offspring both via the sperm and oocytes.
A study found that children with younger siblings tend to have lower chances of becoming obese.
A study revealed that the average U.S. diet sources almost 60 percent of its daily calories from ultra-processed foods. In addition, 90 percent of the calories from ultra-processed foods comes from added sugars. This would mean that on average, Americans get almost 54 percent of their daily calories from added sugar, way above the 10 percent limit set by USDA
Researchers found that the use of emojis greatly affects the simple decision-making skills of children when it comes to identifying the healthy and unhealthy food choices.
After decades of preaching good nutrition with no result, is pricing structure the way to beat the obesity problem?
If chronic diseases aren't enough justification for you to stop you from indulging, here are other 10 things that will happen to your body once you stop gulping or even sipping!
In case of the world's most famous Mexican-inspired fast food chain, (they claim) yes, they can. In fact, according to Taco Bell's dietitian and product developer, Missy Nelson, the fast-food chain already is.
New York State senator proposes a bill that would prevent consumers from purchasing acquiring foods through food stamps.
A recent research review reveals that the consumption fish more than three times a week during pregnancy by women will lead to obesity problems in their kids in the future.
Another study confirms it: food commercials and ads of soda, sugar-based cereals and other 'unhealthy' food are extremely effective on children, crucial in shaping a child's diet and eating habits.
Diet coke or diet soda can allegedly help you lose weight. Ironically, the study done on diet coke and weight loss was funded by Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
The UK government is really focusing on health, after numerous studies show alarming results, especially on children.
If you think wrong supermarkets are the only sources of fattening deserts, think again. New research studies reveal that lack of nutrition education and transportation to the grocery store selling the right food are the main causes.
Will you pay for $106 for a burger made at Gordon Ramsay's?