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November 7, 2011


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Chew Your Way To Weight Loss

According to a new study, taking more time to chew could help you better control your weight.

October 13, 2011



The Dawn Of Agriculture (And Health Problems)

According to many studies, the rise of agriculture coincided with declines in human height and overall health.

September 22, 2011



Some Monkeys Chew Their Cud?

Proboscis monkeys from Borneo and cows do have something in common: They both chew their cuds.

August 15, 2011



True Love And Garlic

Why don't tooth-brushing and mouthwash really help? Why makes garlic so persistently stinky?

August 2, 2011


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Can Food Be Addictive?

"Today, high calorie foods are not only abundant; they contain much higher amounts of sugar and fat than what's found in natural food sources."

April 11, 2011


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Imagination May Kill Food Cravings

Just thinking about eating food may be enough to curve your appetite.

February 8, 2011


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Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Food

Love to bake, cook, or eat food? A Moment of Science brings you some of our best food related articles.

February 7, 2011


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Growing Meat In The Lab

Would you ever eat meat that was grown in a lab? Or, is this food science too out there?

February 1, 2011


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How Your Stomach Digests Food Using Protease

How does your body know to stop digesting after all the food is gone?

January 4, 2011


Salted peanuts

What Is The Difference Between Food Intolerance And Food Allergy?

Do you or someone you know have a food allergy or intolerance?

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