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Britain's food tsar Henry Dimbleby steps down over obesity crisis
Henry Dimbleby, the UK's food tsar, has quit over what he calls a 'lack of government action' over obesity in one of the worst affected countries in Europe.
What is the climate impact of the 6 most popular diets?
Our diets have a wide variety of climate impacts, a new study shows, with one almost four times more polluting veganism.
The $3,500 pizza working wonders for waistlines and a kids' charity
A remake of one of the most loved dish in the world for those who prefer it guilt free.
Could baby formula made with human protein emulate breast milk?
Helaina is attempting to make the first baby formula consisting of human proteins.
Gut health scientists need 100,000 volunteers to send them their poo
Scientists in France are seeking poo samples from 100,000 volunteers to map the nation’s gut health and boost research in personalised medicine.
Your taste preferences could be down to your genes, new study reveals
A new study completed by the University of Edinburgh argues that the reason why we love and hate certain foods could be partly down to our genes
A banana a day can keep some cancers away - but ripeness matters
The risk of some hereditary cancers was reduced by more than half for participants in the 20-year study.
Intermittent fasting may be no more effective than a normal diet
Losing weight is hard, but intermittent fasting without also reducing the amount you eat may not help, a new study has found.
Electric chopsticks could help cut salt intake but keep the taste
Japanese researchers say their device attracts sodium ions, making a low salt diet a tastier option.
What can the world’s Blue Zones teach us about extending our lifespan?
There are lessons to be learned from the communities and regions where people regularly live to 100.
Would you eat sweets made out of insects?
The Israeli company behind these gummy bears feeds its insects with the finest organic grass.
British pig farmers 'fear ruin' over Brexit and the rise of veganism
There is a butcher shortage in the UK, which is creating a slaughter backlog for many pig farmers.
Bone selection is key to a good bowl of Pho
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
A donation to the Million Gardens Movement helps provide a garden kit to a family that can’t afford it.
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.
Why might veganism be more popular with women than men?
It turns out that meat and masculinity are linked.
Estonian distillery infuses its tonic with Christmas pine needles
It's made from infused pine needles, mixed with cardamom and lemon peel and the end result is a delicate bitter-sweet soda.
The one question vegans are tired of being asked
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.