Ever feel sleepy after a big lunch? Find out the science behind taking a siesta!
Some simple sugars detected by astronomers, glycoaldehydes, are thought to be the basic building blocks of life.
Did you know that the majority of the world's barley harvest is destined for beer production.
Why do some doctors give antidepressants, but not diet pills, to overweight patients?
Every time you eat sugar, in-mouth bacteria feed on the carbs and produce acid that harms the teeth.
Potatoes are a vegetable, but they're full of starch and carbohydrates, so they can't be good for you right?
Researchers have found a way to convert types A and B blood into type O, which can be transfused into any patient. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Despite what past diet fads may have led us to believe, carbohydrates are our bodies’ preferred source of energy. All carbohydrates share the same fate of being broken down into sugars that are used to fuel your brain and body. What’s the difference then between simple and complex carbohydrates? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Ever wonder how they determine how many calories are in food?
Ever wonder why you become sleepy after a big meal? Find out on this Moment of Science.