Studies investigating the potential health benefits of non-sugar sweeteners have failed to reveal “compelling” evidence linking the product with weight loss and improved health, say European researchers.
Red meat, which already has a bad reputation for its association with elevated risk of some cancers and other diseases, may have earned another demerit based on new research that links frequent consumption to high levels of a chemical associated with...
Non-thermal food processing technologies – such as microwave drying – offer a number of functional benefits. But a new study conducted across three European countries has found consumers are resistant to the use of these techniques.
People with a pre-disposition for staying up late are more likely to eat a diet that is low in vegetables and high in sugary and caffeinated beverages. It is also likely that a higher intake of their energy will come from fats, new research reveals.
The British Dietetic Association is launching One Blue Dot, a project that brings together information on healthy diets and sustainability to tackle the “urgency of change” that is needed in how people eat.
The use of edible or wild flowers in food is growing in popularity but a lack of chemical and toxicological data and presence of toxic compounds in some species could be causes for concern, Danish researchers suggest.