Although alcohol contains calories, they do not mention the nutritional facts. The reason behind this is that the FDA regulates the safety of food, even non-alcoholic beverages, but does not govern the alcohol industry. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) regulates the alcohol industry, which does not mandate labeling.
According to a new study from Ohio State University, fathers who tend to follow a healthy lifestyle could play a great role in their children’s health. The researchers of the study also found that men doing moderate exercises a month before conception could help their children to lower the risk of obesity and diabetes.
Considering the findings of three preliminary studies, researchers offer clues to why people often struggle to stop eating processed foods. People who ate minimally processed foods are found to secrete more of a hormone that suppresses appetite and less of a hormone that increased appetite.
According to a new study, replacing carbon-rich beef with carbon-low chicken will reduce your dietary carbon footprint, which is the emission of carbon dioxide that is induced by your activities, including the production of food. Generally, animal-based foods have a bigger carbon footprint than plant-based foods.
Study says the term world-drinking is nothing but the global intake of major beverages. Researchers said that there has been a significant difference in the beverages consumed in different demographic groups across 185 countries. The study has been presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition.