Vice President Mike Pence says U.S. food workers are “vital” amid the coronavirus outbreak and the government will “work tirelessly” to ensure their workplaces are safe.
Neal Barnard, MD, reviews some healthy foods that are great to stock up on during the COVID-19 pandemic. He also covers some his own personal cooking tips and secrets. Eating plant-based meals—rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes—is a powerful way to boost your immune system and overall health. If you’ve recently stocked up […]
Cooking at home has many advantages. Eating home-cooked meals more frequently helps you fulfill all the necessary dietary needs, research suggests. However, it’s really important to follow certain rules in order to keep your food safe to eat. We deсided to dive deeper and find out what common mistakes we all make while cooking. It’s impossible to recognize dangerous bacteria either by the food’s appearance or taste. […]
TJ Murphy, CEO of Baldor Specialty Foods, on whether we should be concerned about the safety of the nation’s food supply in the era of pandemics.
Dr. Jeffrey VanWingen, a family physician in Grand Rapids, Michigan, demonstrates how to grocery shop and get take-out food safer during this pandemic.
This is a question that many are asking. Can you get coronavirus from food?
From Brazil nuts and figs, Oatmeal and Blueberries, Apples and Peanut butter to Green tea and Lemon juice, keep watching till the end to find out all of them.
In an effort to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, state governments are declaring mandates to close bars and restaurants except for pickup or delivery orders. Los Angeles is now one of several states with these restrictions, which are already affecting local business. Here is a small but comprehensive list of 12 small business […]
Should we be concerned about contracting coronavirus from food? Food Science and microbiology expert Associate Professor Julian Cox explains.
When we think of protecting our immune systems, we often think of taking shots of Emergen-C, getting plenty of rest and drinking copious amounts of vitamin-C infused beverages. However, these may not always be the best options for keeping a healthy immune system, especially during the winter season when sickness seems to run rampant. We […]
Andrew Becker discusses how the current food environment of today motivates us to consume until we are obese. We are evolutionarily primed to thrive in a food scarce environment with natural foods, but now face an endless supply of processed junk food that has the power to cause addiction.
Overcooking or charring the food from outside is in trend because it adds a smoky flavor and enhances the taste. However, experts believe that overcooking can have negative health effects. Firstly, the longer you cook, the more nutrient loss occurs. Secondly, overcooked food is hard to digest and metabolize. Thirdly, when we cook starchy food […]
No matter how much kale or spinach you eat, the bioavailability of non-heme iron doesn’t increase, but the vitamin C in orange juice can actually help your body absorb more of it.
For some people, a simple peanut or a bite of shrimp can cause the body’s immune system to wildly overreact. In some cases, the results can be deadly. But what exactly is happening in the body for it to confuse nuts or shellfish with a true threat?