Food & Nutrition

Eating Disorders and Dietary Supplements: A Review of the Science was published in May of 2023 in Nutrients and authored by Susan J. Hewlings.
Join Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein on Episode 79 of the Science Dispatch podcast as they discuss
Unless you live in isolation from supermarkets, you've likely heard of plant-based meats — products made from plant-derived ingredients like legumes, grains, oilseeds, and fungi, designed to replace animal meats.
According to Johns Hopkins, anywhere from 33% to 50% of adults in the US take a multivitamin
Almost a year after my colleague, Dr.
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I explained that the bans are not new but part of ongoing efforts by environmentalists who misattribute honeybee declines to neonicotinoids ("neonics"), despite evidence that infestation by Varroa destructor mites are the r
“Protecting and growing the organic sector and the trusted USDA organic seal is a key part of the USDA Food Systems Transformation initiative.” [emphasis added]
Mycotoxins Mycotoxins are metabolites, small molecules, produced by filamentous fungi. As long as the environment is favorable (type of substrate, temperature, and humidity), mycotoxins can develop in our food.
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