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Nutrition

  1. swellness
    Are Mushrooms the Best Brain Food?The Cut spoke with an expert about fungi’s surprising cognitive benefits.
  2. swellness
    There’s No Such Thing As a Universal DietCan artificial intelligence give me a personalized nutrition plan?
  3. science of us
    Are Calories Pointless?Fish calories are different than donut calories, and now maybe someone will explain why.
  4. swellness
    A Plea to Make Fiber CoolIt’s cooler than yogurt, which is also cool.
  5. how should a person eat
    Tell Me About the Planetary Health DietA legit riveting chat with a Harvard nutritionist.
  6. science of us
    I Wanted to Know My Blood SugarSo I bought a glucometer. Was it a good idea? I don’t know.
  7. science of us
    Breakfast Isn’t Pointless, But It’s Having an Identity CrisisBreakfast isn’t essential for health, and eating it might actually be a barrier for people trying to lose weight.
  8. science of us
    So You’re Saying My Seltzer Is Not Made of Crushed Up BlissThat doesn’t sound right.
  9. science of us
    Are These the Food Rules That Will Save Us All?An argument for eating meat once a week.
  10. science of us
    ‘The Planetary Health Diet’ Has a Nice Ring to ItA sweeping new report recommends eating a lot less meat.
  11. science of us
    How Much Junk Am I Consuming Online Every Day?What is “digital nutrition” and is mine enviable?
  12. science of us
    I Would Eat More HazelnutsA bit of nut news.
  13. science of us
    The Next Milk Is Sesame “Milk”The milk frontier knows no bounds.
  14. science of us
    Everyone Is Probably Getting Enough ProteinThere’s no need to supplement.
  15. science of us
    I’m Ready to Go 86 Percent VegetarianA recent editorial pushed me into once-a-week territory.
  16. health concerns
    Why the Keto Diet Is a Recipe for Big, Fat ProfitsRestricted carbs, tons of cash.
  17. science of us
    Diets Only Work If You Believe They WillVox’s Julia Belluz on her night in a metabolism chamber.
  18. swellness
    What Is Dietary Dampness?An introduction to the traditional Chinese medicine concept.
  19. science of us
    What Should We Call Frankenmeat?Lab-grown meat companies want a better name.
  20. science of us
    I’ve Been Comforted by a StrawberryWhy we stress-eat and how to embrace it (or reroute it).
  21. science of us
    A Meat Tax Sounds Nice to MeImagining a world in which processed meat costs more.
  22. science of us
    Nuts Are Life, the Rest Is Just DetailsSome recent news on nuts and obesity.
  23. science of us
    Are We Really Still Juicing?A consideration of the new celery-juice trend.
  24. science of us
    I Can’t Remember Why I Don’t Eat DairyIt’s not because milk is “unnatural.”
  25. science of us
    My Favorite Vegetable Was High-Fructose Corn SyrupReading Marion Nestle’s Unsavory Truth: How Food Companies Skew the Science of What We Eat.
  26. science of us
    What Is Cricket Powder and Why?I used it to make cookies, which I brought to the office.
  27. science of us
    Rethinking the $20 I Spend a Week on Almond ButterReasons to return to peanut.
  28. science of us
    I Eat Butter StraightAnd other millennial food trends.
  29. hard to swallow
    Researchers Want to Engineer Your Perfect Diet — They Just Need Your DNACompanies like Nestlé are combining the dinner-in-a-pill fantasies of science fiction with the privacy concerns of Facebook.
  30. health concerns
    The Last Conversation You’ll Need to Have on Eating Right: The Follow-upsMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz tackle the questions they received after their original story on healthy food.
  31. Moby Has a Take on Food Stamps — and It’s JunkThe vegan electronic musician’s liberal paternalism doesn’t have me SNAPping my fingers.
  32. science of us
    Is Stevia Better for You Than Sugar?All about the alternative sweetener.
  33. The Last Conversation You’ll Ever Need to Have About Eating RightMark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz patiently answer pretty much every question we could think of about healthy food.
  34. science of us
    The Science of How Your Diet Affects Your Mental HealthThe emerging field of “nutritional psychiatry” is exploring how the food you eat can affect your risk of depression.
  35. science of us
    What Exactly Is the Keto Diet, and Is It Safe?All about the trendy high-fat, low-carb eating plan.
  36. science of us
    10 Days of Eating Fat, for My Mental HealthThe ketogenic diet is showing scientific promise as a treatment for some psychiatric disorders.
  37. wellness theories
    A Vegan Food Blogger on the Realities of Instagram“People probably think I’m super confident because I have a million followers. I’m not.”
  38. science of us
    ‘Processed Food’ Gets an Unfair Bad RapBaby carrots are processed. So is bagged lettuce.
  39. climate change
    Climate Change Is Also Making Plants Less NutritiousRising levels of carbon dioxide are to blame.
  40. burning questions
    What Are Your Questions About Diet and Nutrition?So much advice is deliberately confusing — Grub Street wants to help fix that.
  41. good fat
    You Might Want to Start Eating More Fat and Fewer Carbs, According to a StudyThe study linked high fat intake to a lower risk of premature death.
  42. wellness theories
    Taraji P. Henson on Meditation, Exercise, and Why She Started Eating Better“I find myself being in a meditative state all the time.”
  43. How to Make Diet Ice Cream That Actually Tastes GoodThe flavor science of Halo Top.
  44. Cheesecake Factory Leads the ‘Oscars of Unhealthy Food’Like Moonlight, but for heart attacks.
  45. Eating Too Much Sugar Is Linked to Depression in Men, Poor ThingsThe study found no association between sugar intake and mood disorders in women.
  46. Scientists Have Created a Food They Believe Can Alleviate World HungerIt’s made with just four ingredients: water, carbon dioxide, microbes, and electricity.
  47. bad science
    You (Probably) Shouldn’t Worry About the Chemicals in Your Macaroni and CheeseThe fact that some mac ‘n’ cheese products have trace amounts of certain chemicals isn’t necessarily cause for alarm.
  48. coconutgate
    Coconut Oil Is Still Fine — Not Great, But FineIt was never a magic potion to begin with.
  49. Highlighting When Menu Items Are Healthy Can BackfireVeggies are more appealing when they’re framed as a decadent dish.
  50. Vegetarian Diets May Be More Effective for Weight Loss Than Restricting CaloriesAccording to a new study.
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