Search Results for: Food Science

Are condiments healthy? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the most popular—mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise and sauerkraut— and sees what the science has to say.
Have you been wondering if celery is worth anything from a nutrition standpoint? We have, so Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looked at the science and finds some surprises.
Several studies have shown a connection between soy and health promotion. Soy is good for hormone balance, bones, the heart and cholesterol levels.
If diet can lower the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other illnesses—can you treat acne with food? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena investigates.
Food addiction is an often debilitating biochemical disease, not very different from drug addiction. In fact, it targets the same regions of the brain.
Pumpkin is powerful.  In fact, it’s one of the most nutritious, high-fiber fruits you can find. See why this golden gourd is more than just a decoration.
You keep reading and hearing about bees dying. It really could be a world catastrophe if that happens. Read on to find out exactly why this is a growing problem.
It's been getting a lot of attention lately in health and nutrition circles, but how good is it? Dr. Mcilvena digs into the science.
Fiber can really help you lose weight by making you feel fuller longer. Foods high in fiber increase the production of cholecystokinin, which does the trick.
Broccoli is one of the most nutrient-dense foods that prevents and fights cancer while boosting the immune system and cardiovascular health.