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How the official dietary recommendations could take into account environmental as well as health aspects
What would the official food pyramid look like if it took planetary boundaries into account in addition to health? The environmental protection organization WWF Austria has sought the answer with experts* from the University of Economics - and today presents concrete proposals for a reform of the ...
Poor mental health among employees has an enormous impact on the global economy, costing companies about $1 trillion annually in lost productivity by some estimates — and the toll is only expected to rise. But as employers scramble to address mental health issues, their efforts could actually be ...
Scientists find that allergies to soy and peanuts can be activated by common meat-free alternatives based on other legumes, but most people won’t experience a reaction
Many people keen to reduce their meat consumption are turning to substitutes made of legumes packed with protein, vitamins, and fiber. But allergies to legumes like soy or peanuts are both common and dangerous. Are patients allergic to particular legumes at risk from meat-free proteins made of ...
EFSA experts provisionally concluded thatmineraloil saturated hydrocarbons (MOSH) do not pose a health concern. They also confirmed that some substances in the group known asmineraloil aromatic hydrocarbons (MOAH) are a possible health concern. These are some of the conclusions of a ...
10% increase since 2001
A new study in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, published by Elsevier, has determined that 60% of foods purchased by Americans contain technical food additives including coloring or flavoring agents, preservatives, and sweeteners. This represents a 10% increase since 2001. ...
Splenda's unique Stevia genetics and innovative US processing will yield high-quality, superior tasting stevia and positively impact the global supply chain
Splenda®, the #1 low-calorie sweetener brand and its parent company, Heartland Food Products Group have officially announced the opening of Splenda Stevia Farm: the first-ever fully integrated, United States-based stevia farm. Now fully operational in Central Florida, the Farm aims to produce ...
Researchers at the University of Notre Dame are adding to their list of consumer products that contain PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances), a toxic class of fluorine compounds known as “forever chemicals.” In a new study published in Environmental Science and Technology Letters, ...
Business as usual could add 1°C of warming; Existing solutions can cut this by more than half
A new study by climate scientists sheds light on the significant role food systems will play in future global warming and what can be done about it. The research, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, finds that food production, distribution and consumption could still add around 1°C to ...
Trend-conscious, innovative and award-worthy
Innovative and honored by the international organic food and natural cosmetics community - these are the winners of the Best New Product Awards at BIOFACH and VIVANESS 2023. This time, the nearly 36,000 trade visitors to the trade fair duo were able to vote on their favorites for the entire ...
What influence do plant-based meals have on mood and on feeling full compared to animal-based meals? Neuroscientists at MPI CBS in Leipzig investigated this in three smartphone-based studies in over 400 university cafeterias across Germany and have now published their findings in the journal ...