This Week's Top Stories On Food Science & Healthy Eating, Vol. 4
Round 'em up!
Also, there will be a quiz.
A Harvard study finds that eating whole grains can significantly lower the risk of premature death.
No more sticky, stuck ketchup! A new coating makes the insides of bottles permanently wet and slippery.
A better approach than probiotics? Feed your gut bacteria the fiber it wants.
Discover 7 simple ways to soothe an upset stomach after eating.
This short, fascinating video reveals how earth may have acquired its precious water.
Did humans drive Neanderthals to extinction with the help of the first domesticated dogs? The author of the book The Invaders thinks so.
Gluten sensitivity affects the body differently than celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder. This article explains the differences.
People living in modern industrialized societies have fewer kinds of gut microbes than hunter-gatherers.
Most physical reactions to foods are caused by food intolerances rather than allergies. The Mayo Clinic explains the differences between them.
And while we're on the subject...the gut bacteria of infants could predict their future risk for ashthma and food allergies.
Science is looking into the curative powers of curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric.
Take the quiz, and test your knowledge of the gut microbiome.