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GM Corn Causes Tumors in Rats?

9/26/2012

You may have heard about a recent French study into the health impacts of genetically-modified (GM) corn published this week in the Journal Food and Chemical Toxicology. French researchers claim that rats fed a diet of GM corn (or exposed to the popular weed killer Roundup) are more likely to develop mammary tumors, organ damage and early death compared to rats fed a non-GM diet. 

Though the study has been widely condemned by international scientists, we asked several Best Food Facts experts to review the study and share their thoughts.

FOOD FIGHT POLL: Who Sets the Menu at Your House?

9/20/2012

Who determines what's for dinner at your house?

Why Popeye REALLY Ate Spinach

9/19/2012

Best Food Facts recently received a question from a reader asking, "What foods contain Vitamin K? Why do we need Vitamin K?"

To answer the question, we reached out to Dr. Wendy Dahl, an assistant professor in the Food Science and Human Nutrition Department at the University of Florida.

Good Diet for Gout?

9/18/2012

Recently, Best Food Facts received a question from a reader asking for advice on a good diet for gout. WebMD.com defines gout as a kind of arthritis. It can cause an attack of sudden burning pain, stiffness, and swelling in a joint, usually a big toe. These attacks can happen over and over unless gout is treated. Over time, they can harm your joints, tendons, and other tissues. Gout is most common in men.

GMOs in Our Food - Consumers Ask All

9/14/2012

We receive a LOT of questions about genetically modified foods and food ingredients from readers like you. And based on our research online and in popular press, there are growing concerns. We had consumers ask experts directly, and are excited to bring the videos of the interactions in October 2012.

BMO Crops?

9/12/2012

Ever heard of BMO crops? A new study has looked at the effects of bioelectric magnetism organic (BMO) technology on okra yields. Bioelectric magnetism refers to electrical, magnetic or electromagnetic fields produced by living cells, tissues or organisms. 

Study Claims Organic Is Not More Nutritious

9/4/2012

Do you buy organic? If so, why? A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine by Standford University researchers may change your mind about eating organic.

Just Eat It (In Moderation) - Expert SINGS!

8/31/2012


Who knew information about food could be so fun?! Food Expert, Dr. Carl Winter, from the University of California - Davis, has integrated his vast knowledge about food safety, healthy eating and consuming in moderation on the road and has a whole library of tunes you may recognize, but words that are entirely different. His work in this area has caused his followers to name him the "Elvis of E. coli" and "Sonatra of Salmonella." Here are a couple good ones - for your edification, as well as a few giggles!

Are Eggs as Bad as Cigarettes?

8/24/2012

 

Recently, a Best Food Facts reader asked us to review an article that said eating eggs is just as bad for your arteries as smoking, wondering if this is true. Considering that, on average, the American consumer eats 248 eggs each year, we thought this was a very good question.

Is GM feed linked to poor fertility in farm animals?

8/23/2012

We’ve answered questions about genetically-modified food, but recently, Best Food Facts received a question via Twitter, asking if GM feed is linked to poor fertility in farm animals, particularly poultry and waterfowl.

FOOD FIGHT POLL: Does your child eat school lunch?

8/16/2012

It's back-to-school time, and we want to know: Does your child eat school lunch? Or do you pack a sack lunch? Let us know your thoughts!

Does Cooking Grass-Fed Meat Destroy its Fatty Acids?

8/15/2012

Does cooking grass-fed meat destroy fatty acids?

Many of us see grass-fed and grain-fed labels when shopping for beef. We’ve looked at the differences between grass-fed and grain-fed, and asked experts what’s more healthy, but recently we received another question about the topic from one of our readers.

Foods For Weight Loss

8/7/2012

What type of foods should be eaten as part of a healthy diet and to help reduce weight?

Many of us want to lose weight - the great news is that there are certain types of food that can help us get there! Brenda Roche Wolford, M.S., R.D. - Nutrition, Family & Consumer Sciences Advisor at the University of California explains.

Drought: What Does It Mean For Food?

8/3/2012

The drought across the United States is setting records for heat, lack of rain and now, food prices. Dr. Chris Hurt from Purdue University explains how a drought leads to higher food prices.

National Lasagna Day

7/29/2012

Celebrate National Lasagna Day with one of these dishes - classic lasagna, eggplant parmesan lasagna, vegetarian lasagna, apple dessert.

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