A new study suggests that eating a handful of nuts per day reduces the risk of heart disease, cancer and premature death.
Food scientists find that front of pack (FOP) is not the best option to determine a food's nutritional value and content.
Researchers found in a new study that using small plates during meals can help diners lose weight.
Now here's a study that gives the term "lovebirds" a whole new meaning.
Elephants use their trunks to reach hard-to-get food by blasting air through the appendage, according to a recent study.
When you live alone, you can do just about anything you want. With nobody holding you down, that includes eating whatever you want too-and unfortunately, that means not always making the healthiest decisions.
New findings published in the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing reveal that graphics may be helpful in encouraging people at diners to eat less.
Not only are high fat foods bad for you and low in nutritional value. They can hold dangerous food additives that may actually make you want to eat more.
Kids love fast food; so much so, that 12 percent are scarfing down hamburgers and pizza daily.
New findings published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) reveal that low birth weight may be linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
Restaurant food may be just as unhealthy as meals at some fast-food joints, according to recent findings published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The point of a health bar is to replace a meal and/or boost energy levels before or after a workout. However, new findings published in the Journal of Marketing Research reveal that some nutrition supplements may actually make individuals want to eat more, increasing the risk of weight gain instead ...