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The key to a good pho is apparently in the broth. In the north, the bones used to create the broth are not roasted. As a result, the broth is less brown in colour. Lily explained that the bone choice for the broth is essential and can dramatically improve the taste of the dish.
Indigenous Amazonian diets 'hold the key' to longer lives, says study
This International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we look at how populations of the Bolivian Amazon have been found to possess healthier brains than Europeans.
Kimbal Musk is starting a gardening movement to tackle food poverty
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Earthling Ed: The ethical case for veganism
Vegan educator Ed Winters tells us why a meat-free diet is good for health, the environment and animal welfare.
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If you're new to veganism, you're bound to be asked this question eventually.
Blossom Chaat - Changing the perception of Indian food
Chef Himanshu Saini creates recipes to widen the world's perception of Indian food.
Cancer survivor chef Rita Kahawaty is making Dubai eat healthier
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‘Become a beefatarian’ says controversial EU-funded red meat campaign
Environmentalists are calling the news "laughable".
Atlético Madrid’s Saúl Ñíguez explains why he isn't vegan yet
Although the Spanish midfielder follows a fully plant-based diet, Saúl Ñíguez won't call himself a vegan yet.
Politicians are calling for a mandatory food labelling across Europe
The Nutri-Score system was introduced in France by the Sante Publique Francais
How to become a more sustainable meat eater
We all know that we should try to eat less meat for the good of our health and the environment, but how can we make wise choices when it comes to the meat we do buy?
Could a plant-based diet be making you dumb?
A recent study in the British Medical Journal states that the UK could be heading for a 'choline crisis' with the rise of vegetarian and vegan diets.
Natural Healing Destination: West Bohemian Spa Triangle
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Our favourite zero-waste, organic and bulk store in London
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Bad diets deadlier than smoking tobacco, warns new study
Almost 11 million people died in 2017 because of poor diets.
EU fruit and vegetable consumption: how much does your country eat?
In 2017, around 1 in 4 people (27 %) ate fruit at least twice a day, according to a survey of the European Union (EU) population. A further 37 % of the EU population ate fruit once a day and the remaining 36 % ate fruit either less frequently or not at all during a typical week.
Spanish town half way to goal of losing 100,000 kilos
The Spanish town of Narón last year launched a pioneering healthy lifestyle initiative to help its residents shed a collective 100,000 kilos over a two-year period. So far, it seems to be working.
What should you eat to stay healthy and save the planet?
Half as much meat and sugar, twice as much fruit, nuts and vegetables: the planetary diet to help feed the world's population and stave off disease.
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