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Anti-nutrients – they’re part of a normal diet and not as...

Jill Joyce, Oklahoma State University Maybe you’re trying to eat healthier these days, aiming to get enough of the good stuff and limit the less-good...

Whether slow or fast, here’s how your metabolism influences how many...

Terezie Tolar-Peterson, Mississippi State University It’s a common dieter’s lament: “Ugh, my metabolism is so slow, I’m never going to lose any weight.” When people talk...

The rise and fall of Tab – after surviving the sweetener...

Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University Tab, the Coca-Cola company’s original diet soda brand, is headed to the soda graveyard, joining retired brands such as Like,...

To reduce world hunger, governments need to think beyond making food...

Michael Fakhri, University of Oregon and Ntina Tzouvala, Australian National University According to a new United Nations report, global rates of hunger and malnutrition are...

Love avocados? Thank the toxodon

Jeffrey Miller, Colorado State University Given avocado’s popularity today, it’s hard to believe that we came close to not having them in our supermarkets at...

Duckweed is an incredible, radiation-fighting astronaut food – and by changing...

Barbara Demmig-Adams, University of Colorado Boulder The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. What’s the big idea? Current industrialized food systems were optimized...

In changing urban neighborhoods, new food offerings can set the table...

Joshua Sbicca, Colorado State University; Alison Alkon, University of the Pacific, and Yuki Kato, Georgetown University When new residents and businesses move into low-income neighborhoods,...

Could China’s strategic pork reserve be a model for the US?

David L. Ortega, Michigan State University During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, we became accustomed to face-masked shoppers, social distancing and one-way aisles at...

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Fight for federal right to education takes a new turn

Derek W. Black, University of South Carolina A new fight to secure a federal constitutional right to education is spreading across the country. This...