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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.

Like Eggs? Study Says Chicken Housing is Not Just for the Birds

7/25/2012

A national study is taking a thorough look at the well-being of not only the birds housed on these farms, but also the people who care for them.

Why Doesn't Fast Food Spoil?

7/18/2012

Have you seen photos on Facebook or Twitter showing fast food that doesn't spoil?

How about the YouTube video showing a cheeseburger that's four years old?

We reached out to Dr. Sean O'Keefe, a food science professor at Virginia Tech, and asked him why fast food doesn't spoil.

 

Obesity in America: Is There a Gluten Connection?

7/16/2012

A new book claims wheat is a primary driver of America’s recent rise in obesity. And going gluten-free is growing in popularity among people seeking to lose weight or just feel better. Dr. P. Stephen Baenziger, a wheat breeder and geneticist with the Department of Agronomy and Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. We spoke with him about the growing concern American consumers have with wheat consumption.

FOOD FIGHT POLL: Why do you skip breakfast?

7/15/2012

Is Resistant Bacteria in Chicken Causing UTIs?

7/13/2012

People might be questioning the safety of eating chicken in light of news reports claiming a link between the E. coli that causes human urinary tract infections and E. coli that could be found on chicken products. Dr. Randall Singer, DVM, Ph.D., associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Minnesota’s Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences.

How Much Water Is Needed to Stay Hydrated?

7/12/2012

Why do our bodies need water, and how much water should we drink per day? Dr. Stanley Goldfarb, a professor at PennMedicine, explains.

How Dangerous is BPA in Food Packaging?

7/5/2012

An article in The Washington Post discussed a study about the dangers of BPA, bloggers are concerned about it, soup companies are eliminating it, moms are taking plastics out of their homes, and an article posted on the website foodconsumer.org discussed the FDA’s denial of a request to ban BPA in products manufactured in the United States. Dr. Bruce Chassy concludes that while infinitesimal amounts of BPA do enter the food or beverage, it's all about the quantity of exposure that matters.

 

Mad Cow Disease - How Do We Know We're NOT At Risk? Reader Questions Answered.

6/25/2012

As a follow-up to our previous post on the California dairy cow with “mad cow disease”/BSE, there were a few reader questions. We talked to Dr. James Roth, from Iowa State University, to provide some clarity. 

Are Superweeds Taking Over Our Fields?

6/20/2012

Recent blog posts and articles claiming that "superweeds" are getting stronger because of herbicide resistance have raised concerns amongst our readers. To help dig into the subject, we’ve enlisted the help of Dr. David Shaw from Mississippi State University.

FOOD FIGHT POLL: How do you define "local" food?

6/19/2012

When you think of local food, what definition do you use? Take our poll!

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