Genetics apparently, can influence what people eat. Some genes are linked with fat and salt intake, and some explain why there's little or not preference for vegetables and fiber.
Natural compound in brocolli and other green vegetables could reduce the signs of aging.
Although eating is essential to survival, it also drives the aging process, say researchers from the University of the Pacific who studied the biological effects of consumption using corn snakes.
A stone tool excavated from a cave in Italy still bore flakes of what might have been a prehistoric breakfast.
When you see a child "brown-bagging it" during lunchtime, it's very likely that that are lucky enough to have a parent who cares about their nutrition and well-being. However, despite how thoughtful a parent may be, junior might be better off if he had just been given some lunch money.
Basketball star LeBron James made$20 million more through endorsement deals, than his own $13 million annual salary playing for the NBA Miami Heat in 2012 alone. That may be great for his wallet, but not so great for the children who watched his commercials, a new study said.
A Seattle woman is endeavoring to live without food for six months, and sustain herself with only water and sunlight in an experiment she calls "Living on Light." She has been documenting her journey to survive as plants do on Facebook and YouTube.
Women who experienced childhood abuse, including severe physical or sexual, are at a higher risk of developing a food addiction in adulthood compared to women who did not experience any abuse, according to a new study released Wednesday.
The average American consumes more than 3,400 mg of sodium a day, which is the same as 1 ½ teaspoons. Doctors have long touted the need to reduce sodium intake, but now a new study says there is actually no evidence to back up the benefits of a low-sodium diet.