Food & Nutrition

Laboratory grown muscle cells from various animals are quickly becoming a commercial reality; they are already real food, at least in Singapore, the only country that has approved their use as a human food.

“The objective of my invention is to furnish a vegetable substitute for meat which shall possess equal or greater nutritive value in equal or more favorable form for digestion and assimilation and which shall contain the

80 post-menopausal women who were overweight participated in a sixteen-week study of the effects of caloric restriction on their weight and microbiome. This current report summarizes the impact on their gut bacteria.

If you remember your high-school US history class, you know that prohibition was an abject failure.

Last month, comedian Russell Brand gave his YouTube followers a 17-minute lecture about Bill Gat

If there's one thing everyone should know about science, it's this: what the evidence shows about a topic and what the public is told the evidence shows are often very different things.

“Are GMOs making you sick?” That's the question posed by the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT) in an alarming April 2

Just six years ago, America was engaged in a ferocious debate over GMO food labels; March Against Monsanto could




“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.” - Hippocrates


Introduced in the 1990s, crops genetically engineered (GE) to withstand exposure to the weed killer glyphosate (Roundup) were a game-changer for agriculture.