Round 'em up! Here are this week's top stories about healthy eating and food science.

Also, there will be a quiz.

Organic has benefits. But what we choose to eat may matter more than whether the food was

organic versus conventionally grown.

Most carbs in legumes come from starch. So why are legumes recommended as good sources of fiber?

Two words: Resistant starch.

Drinking booze may temporarily raise the risk of stroke or heart attack. But over time, for moderate drinkers, the same drink may offer

protection against those very same problems.

Does fear of allergies and weight gain keep parents from

feeding kids healthy nuts?

Early exposure to

peanuts may keep kids from developing peanut allergies later in life.

Pregnant women who eat

diets rich in vitamin D my reduce their child's allergy risk. But supplements don't seem to offer the same protection.

CNN explores 5 simple ways to

avoid food poisoning in your home.

Fasting days may have

beneficial effects on blood sugar, cholesterol, and insulin levels.

Just can't resist those salty snacks? You're not alone. A new study found that

adding extra salt made people eat 11% more calories.

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